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What a beautiful new campus we have! Come check it out!
We have a new main building, complete with an elevator, air conditioning, and all the newest technology. There is a new three-story building next to the pool. It houses many updated classrooms and the fancy new ASB office. The cafeteria has been totally remodeled and now serves some amazing lunches. The quad has been repaved and landscaped and is even bigger now that the old ASB wing is gone. The gyms and lockers are all beautified, the theater is amazing, and we have solar panels to help run the power around here. Thanks so much to all who helped to make this happen!
Creighton Lane, beloved coach, staff member, and friend to so many, passed in February. I will add the link to the
amazing foundation created to honor his memory soon.
In July of 2013, we lost a dedicated, loving, and brilliant teacher, Ms. Joan Owen.
We are sad to announce the passing on May 7, 2013 of Ms. Diane Di Bari, Wilcox's school psychologist for the last 20 years.
We are sad to announce the passing of Mr. Foster Lopes. He taught in the district from 1962-1986.
We are saddened by Mr. Lopes' recent passing. His funeral will be held Tuesday Feb. 12th at 11:30am at the Lima Family Mortuary in Santa Clara. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Santa Clara Schools Foundation, or one of several other charities to which Foster felt a closeness.
This is a link to a very nice online obituary:
On May 22, 2012, Wilcox High lost a bright, caring, and talented student. Amanda Walsworth was a junior and an active member of New Life Campus Outreach. Amanda did not survive a devastating fire that destroyed her grandparents' home.
Roger Hoy, a retired Wilcox teacher, counselor, and Assistant Principal, passed away on October 25th. He was also a basketball, cross country, and track coach at Wilcox.
We are sad to announce the passing of Mr. Ray Elwell. He passed away on Tuesday, February 8 in San Jose. Mr. Elwell was a Social Science teacher and Department Chairperson for many years. He was honored as the SCUSD Employee of the Year in 1985. He is remembered as a fabulous teacher, a kind and thoughtful mentor, and an inspiring colleague and will be truly missed.