Foundation Updates
Sunday, November 12, 2023


Thank you to those parents and guardians who attended the mixer on November 9th at SacYard! 

Foundation General Meeting – Monday, November 13, 6:00-7:30 PM, room 56 or virtually here; you can also dial in: +1 484-531-2251‬ PIN: ‪950 451 878‬#). Come meet Alex Vang, After School Education and Safety Senior Program Manager, and Ashely Devonshire, College and Career Technician! They’ll introduce themselves and their roles; we’ll also go through our upcoming events, treasurer’s report, fundraising, and more. Agenda: 

BONUS! Parent and Foundation Board Parliamentarian Ryan Fong will bring Seka Hills tasting samples to the general meeting.  

Olive Oil Fundraiser – Don’t miss out on the 2023 Foundation’s Seka Hills Olive Oil, Balsamics & Honey fundraiser – just in time to be gifted for the holidays! We were able to create this custom fundraiser at great pricing due to a personal relationship with Seka Hills. Otherwise, most items are only available at the Seka Hills Tasting Rooms, and you won’t find better pricing. We have been provided with a limited allocation of product, so some are likely to sell-out as they did last year. Order early for best selection. Sales close on November 27th with orders available for campus pick-up after school on December 12th. Order here: 

Sales are going fast, and with limited supply this year, you’ll want to order soon!

November School Supplies Drive: With sniffle season around the corner, the Foundation is supporting teachers by collecting facial tissue, hand sanitizer, as well as other school-wide needed supplies like whiteboard markers, whiteboard erasers, and snacks for the staff break room. Sign up here: 

Families can drop off items at the front office during these two weeks:

  • November 13 – 17
  • November 27 – December 1

The staff thank you for your donations and support! 

2024 Gala – March 2, 2024

Gala planning is in progress, so please mark your calendars and consider volunteering your time for the Foundation’s most significant fundraising event of the year. We also invite you to take our survey today to assist in selecting the Gala theme!

After School ASSETs Program: Parents and guardians: Please complete this district registration form if your student does any after-school stuff – from athletics to clubs to sports to theater and band. If they are around at all after school, it is important for you to fill the form out for your student(s).

Through this ASSETs Program, WCHS receives $250K/year for 5 years if we have enough after school participation. Since the loss of Title I funding this year, this ASSETs Program is critical to our school for continued tutoring, sports, etc.

It should take no more than five minutes. Like the LCFF form families submit every year, this registration is absolutely critical for continued funding.

Per Alex Vang, the new After School Education and Safety Senior Program Manager, the information is compiled to bring all after school activities under one ASSETs umbrella. The amount of students the school/district counts for enrollment directly affects how much resources the district can contribute to West Campus’s amazing programs. Without the ASSETs registration form, they cannot officially record the student as ‘present’ in ASSETs and therefore cannot be given additional resources to serve that student or the activity they are currently participating in.

Questions about the ASSETs program? You can join our general meeting on Monday, November 12, room 56, 6-7:30 PM to meet Alex. You can also email him at

The Specialty Program Application is now available for families interested in having their rising ninth grader attend West Campus next year.  One factor families may be using as part of their process are reviews on various websites. We invite you to share your thoughts and experiences about our school on GreatSchools, a platform that helps other families make informed decisions about their children’s education. Your review can help prospective parents get a glimpse of what makes our school exceptional and provide valuable information about the learning environment, teachers, and overall experience. If you can, take a moment to share your West Campus experience on

Upcoming Dates

  • Nov 13-17 – Mental Health Awareness Week
  • Nov 13 -17 – School Supplies Drive drop-off
  • Nov 16, 4:30-7 PM (location TBD) – UCD MESA presentation on admissions process, college applications, A-G requirements, financial aid, and supportive campus resources; food is provided so please RSVP here
  • Nov 20-24 – No school (Thanksgiving break)
  • Nov 27 – last day to order Seka Hills (olive oil, etc) products
  • Nov 27 – Dec 1 – School Supplies Drive drop-off 
  • Dec 1, 8:30-9:15 AM (cafeteria) – Coffee with the Principal
  • Dec 12, 3:30-5:30PM – Seka Hills (olive oil, etc.) pick-up in parking lot near cafeteria
  • Dec 25 – Jan 5 – No school (holiday break)