Warrior Parents,

Our homecoming festivities begin on Monday! We have spirit days every day for our students, and night events all week,

including a movie, the Homecoming parade, the powder puff football game, the faculty vs. student basketball game,

and then of course the football game and homecoming dance.

Hope to see you around! Thanks and as always, reach out if you need anything at all.

It's Homecoming week!

Everyone is invited to dress up each day based on the theme. Come out and join us for nightly events too! The week's theme is Back to the Future. All clothing must be within the OCPS dress code.

Don't get a tardy like Marty, rush to class in your favorite PJs on

Monday, September 26th!

Mathletes vs Athletes

Who are you? McFly or Biff?

Choose a side and dress up as either a Mathlete or an Athlete on

Tuesday, September 27th!


Wear NEON on Wednesday, September 28th!

12th: Pink, 11th: Purple, 10th: Blue, 9th: Green

Channel your spandex and neon for an 80's comeback!

Go back in time on Thursday, September 29th and come to school dressed in your favorite 80's outfit.

BE TRUE TO YOUR SCHOOL! Go ALL OUT in Orange and Blue and show your Warrior spirit on Friday, September 30th.

The West Orange HS Homecoming Parade will be held in Downtown Winter Garden on Tuesday, September 27th at 6pm. Students, staff, family, friends and community members are invited to come out and show your Warrior pride and support our homecoming court, band, school clubs and organizations. The parade starts near the corner of Plant and Dillard Street and proceeds down Plant Street and ends near City Hall.

Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month

Thanks to all who wore gold and showed their support at the football game on 9/16. If you did not attend but would like to make a contribution to Cannonball Kids, please click on the following link:


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Join the West Orange band, cheerleaders and Warriorettes in the WOHS Courtyard before school starting at 7am on football game days.

Wear your blue and orange!

It's time for the annual State of the Schools update! Join community leaders Sept. 29 to hear the latest, send off retiring Supt. Dr. Barbara M. Jenkins and welcome new Supt. Dr. Maria F. Vazquez.

Register at https://bit.ly/2022stateoftheschools Presented with Central Florida Hotel & Lodging Association and featured sponsors Rosen College of Hospitality Management and Wells Fargo plus community partners AT&T Greater Orlando Builders Association Heart of Florida United Way Orlando Health OUC - The Reliable One University of Central Florida Valencia College Wharton-Smith, Inc.

For enrollment and withdrawal information, please visit the WOHS Enrollment/Withdrawal Procedures for the most up-to-date information about procedures and documentation. You can find information about school curriculum at WOHS Curriculum Guide.

Click here for Back to School Resources provided by OCPS

Step 1: Open the link to the fillable Emergency Student Information Form and complete.

Step 2: Save the document to your computer as a pdf with your child's name in the title. EX (JohnDoeEmergencyForm.pdf)

Step 3: Open this link to answer a few identifying questions and upload your completed form.

Step 4: Repeat these steps as necessary to complete a form for each of your children attending West Orange High School.

If you have any questions please contact Mandi Brown.

For parents who wish to review the 2022/2023 Code of Conduct, please click here.

The OCPS McKinney-Vento Program (MVP) provides support to families currently in housing transition due to financial hardship. Housing transition includes those lacking a fixed, adequate, or regular housing situation. Depending on the situation, this can include families living in shared housing, garage or studio apartments, hotels, shelters, and/or cars. If your family or a family you know is currently living in housing that fits this description, we ask the family complete the OCPS digital Student Residency Questionnaire or SRQ. Once completed an OCPS McKinney-Vento Program staff member will review the information. If the family qualifies, a staff member will reach out to explain rights and supports provided by the McKinney-Vento Act.

To complete the SRQ, families can visit the OCPS McKinney-Vento Program website at https://homeless.ocps.net and click on the link labeled Digital SRQ or they can link directly to the SRQ by going HERE. For additional questions, families can call 407-317-3485.

If you are a teacher, club sponsor, team coordinator, parent or student with information or pictures to share in our newsletter regarding anything going on at West Orange HS, please email it to communications@wohsptso.org so we may include it in this newsletter and on our social media.

Please remember that West Orange High School PTSO is set up as a charity for Amazon Smile. Just choose us as your recipient charity by selecting West Orange High School PTSO Inc. It is the same as shopping on Amazon. We get a percentage of all purchases made.

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The Crisis Text Line is a great resource for someone who doesn’t want to talk but would be more comfortable texting. Please talk and share with your students. https://www.crisistextline.org/


For latest information by text message from your PTSO -

To register, text @wohsptso to the number 81010

If anyone has trouble with 81010, they can try texting @wohsptso to (407) 502-5362.

or send an email to: wohsptso@mail.remind.com

Click HERE for information on the Remind App

To view past Remind messages click HERE

West Orange HS Communications


West Orange HS Remind Text Messages

Texts sent from the guidance office, class events, volunteer opportunities and more. . .

Text 81010:

Senior Class Code: @wo2023

Junior Class Code: @wo2024

Sophomore Class Code: @wo2025

Freshman Class Code: @wo2026

West Orange High School Info: @wohsinfo

Dual Enrollment students: Text @wovcde to 81010

Twitter: @WohsPtso

Be sure to Opt In. Connect Messenger allows the school to send text messages to parents and the staff which is convenient for short reminders. In order for the school to be able to send a text message that you can receive each person must opt-in. To opt-in please text ANY of the following: “Y”, “YES”, “OPTIN”, “OPT IN” or “SUBSCRIBE” to 68453.

You will see these in classroom windows all around our school and across digital platforms too. Every student deserves a safe learning environment free from bullying and bigotry. YOU are welcomed here!

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There is a lot that goes on at WOHS every day. We post numerous items on the PTSO Facebook page, website and Twitter during the week. These include events, pictures, videos, updated schedule items, sports scores, news, etc. Please like and follow our West Orange High School PTSO Facebook page, check the website for updates and follow us on Twitter. All calendar items can be seen in Facebook events. You can now find us on Instagram!! Please feel free to share any information regarding your class, club, sports team, etc. by emailing communications@wohsptso.org. All of the information in this newsletter is provided by YOU!

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“Hope for Healing Florida is an initiative about helping good people in crisis by leveraging the resources of our state agencies, private partners and our state administration. Click here for resources.

School safety is everyone's business. Do your kids know how to report a concern? OCPS District Police Chief Holmes explains that there are 3 ways to report tips anonymously: Call 1-800-423-TIPS, go to www.speakouthotline.org or by using the P3 Campus App.

Students can also tell any staff member at their school.

Click here to become one too!