Gov. Jay Inslee has suspended on-site learning for all schools for the 2019-20 school year. Learn how Woodland Public Schools will continue serving our students and our community: https://bit.ly/2019-20-Suspended #InThisTogether
Woodland Public Schools appointed Tom Guthrie as the interim board representative for Director District 5 during a regular board meeting on Monday, March 23, 2020. Learn more about Director Guthrie at: https://bit.ly/WPSGuthrie
American Sign Language students at Woodland High School use sign to introduce their pets in a home learning project. Learn more about how Woodland Public Schools keep students learning at: https://bit.ly/WPSteaches #InThisTogether
Studies show learning a new skill is highly beneficial for your mental health. While you’re stuck at home, try something new like baking a new recipe or learning a language. Learn how Woodland Public Schools keep students learning: https://bit.ly/WPSteaches #InThisTogether
We are making progress in the fight against COVID-19, so continue to hunker down! Remember - only leave home for the absolute essentials. Learn more about how Woodland Public Schools keep students learning at: https://woodlandschools.org/home-learning-stories #InThisTogether
A Woodland parent-teacher uses video conferencing to find a classmate for her student. Learn more about how Woodland Public Schools keep students learning at: https://woodlandschools.org/home-learning-stories #InThisTogether
Learn Physical Education from Mark Greenleaf and stay in shape during the statewide school closure. Learn more about how Woodland Public Schools keep students learning at: https://woodlandschools.org/home-learning-stories #InThisTogether
Feel like things are out of control? A routine can help you feel more grounded in chaotic times. Make a family schedule that includes dedicated times for things like study, play, meals, chores and rest for everyone. https://www.woodlandschools.org/o/district/page/covid-19-updates
Tips for home learning from a brand-new parent-teacher. Learn more about how Woodland Public Schools keep students learning at: https://woodlandschools.org/home-learning-stories #InThisTogether
Feel anxious about everything that's going on right now? Exercise can help reduce stress and anxiety. Add movement into your family’s daily routine by taking the dog for a walk around the neighborhood, have party or relax with yoga. https://bit.ly/WPSteaches #InThisTogether
"Woodland Reads" moved online to continue student learning in English Language Arts. Learn more about how Woodland Public Schools keep students learning at: https://woodlandschools.org/home-learning-stories #InThisTogether
Staying indoors too long can drag anyone down. Instead, find ways to connect with nature, even while social distancing. Go for a nature walk, start a summer garden, or just go into your backyard to identify plants & insects you find. http://bit.ly/WPS-COVID19-HQ #InThisTogether
Grace (7th, oboe) and Abigail Heffernan (6th, flute) perform the song "Call of Duty" while learning from home. Learn more about how Woodland Public Schools keep students learning at: https://woodlandschools.org/home-learning-stories #InThisTogether
While it’s important to stay informed, consuming frequent news reports about an outbreak can cause anyone to feel anxious. Lower your stress levels by taking breaks and go outside. https://www.woodlandschools.org/o/district/page/covid-19-updates #InThisTogether
Columbia Elementary staff prepared and delivered dozens of learning packets and bags of school supplies to keep our students learning during the statewide closure. Learn more about how we're keeping students learning at: https://www.woodlandschools.org/home-learning-stories
Early Childhood Education students use technology to continue learning during closure. Learn more about how Woodland Public Schools' staff is using innovative ways to continue student learning during the statewide closure at https://www.woodlandschools.org/home-learning-stories
HOME LEARNING STORIES: Michelle Reyes-Escobar, a WMS 8th grader, has been spending time during her home studies to create paintings and exercise her creativity. Learn more: https://www.woodlandschools.org/home-learning-stories
Woodland Public Schools will continue providing food delivery, grab-and-go meals, and other services during Spring Break (3/30 to 4/3). Learn more at our website: http://bit.ly/WPS-SpringBreakServices2020
Stay up-to-date with Woodland Public Schools during the school closure: https://www.woodlandschools.org/o/district/page/covid-19-updates We update the website at least once a day with the latest info on how Woodland's schools are serving our students and our community.
Who doesn't love girl scout cookies? Special thanks to Cowlitz County Girl Scout Troop 40096 for donating 6 cases of cookies and 3 cans of coffee to help feed truckers at our makeshift rest stop. Stay connected with WPS: https://www.woodlandschools.org/o/district/page/covid-19-updates #InThisTogether
Do you or someone you know need help during the COVID-19 statewide closure? Our staff has assembled a list of resources and emergency services for the Closure Resources page of our COVID-19 HQ: https://www.woodlandschools.org/closure-resources #InThisTogether
Starting Tuesday, March 24 at 12 p.m., Woodland High School will become a 24/7 rest stop for long-haul truckers as rest areas close due to COVID-19. The trucking industry is vital in ensuring Americans receive goods. Learn more: https://bit.ly/COVID19-WHS-Rest-Stop
Thank you, Benno Dobbe (right) and Holland America for giving 6,000 tulip bunches to healthcare workers and first responders in Washington & Oregon, and for giving Woodland Public School staff 550 bunches for their ongoing food delivery program! More: https://bit.ly/33GGhfg
Food Service continues Monday 3/23 on the same schedule every weekday (no late-start during closure). Also, please keep all dogs at home or on-leash. We know they love our food, but it's for the kids! http://bit.ly/WPS-FoodDelivery #TogetherAgainstCOVID19 #WoodlandSchoolsFightCOVID19
Woodland Public Schools introduces No-Contact Kindergarten Registration! Packets and drop-off at LRA mailbox near 761 Third St. Special thanks to Ken Paul with River Country Realty! More details: https://bit.ly/WPS-Registration
The Woodland Public Schools' Home Learning Opportunities website is now live: https://www.woodlandschools.org/o/district/page/home-learning-opportunities To stay updated during the COVID-19 closure, visit: https://www.woodlandschools.org/o/district/page/covid-19-updates
Woodland Public Schools staff packed and delivered nearly 1,600 meals to our children-in-need while following social distancing and no-contact delivery guidelines. Learn more: http://bit.ly/WPS-Food-Delivery #TogetherAgainstCOVID19 #WoodlandSchoolsFightCOVID19
Woodland Public Schools will deliver free breakfast and lunch to children ages 1-18 years old starting tomorrow, Wednesday, March 18. For more details: http://bit.ly/WPS-FoodDelivery
Woodland Public Schools is considering offering meal delivery as part of the Federal Government's program to serve all children free breakfast and lunch. We ask parents to take part in this 5-minute survey to assess how many need delivery: https://forms.gle/HFDK7obAsTS7F5QG7
**COVID-19: Childcare Needs Survey** Woodland Public Schools would like families in need of childcare to participate in our survey so we can assess our community’s needs for childcare during the closure. https://forms.gle/maNp7FDwzK8xbgSVA
All school offices will be open on Monday, 3/16 to offer time to pick up any items that might have been left behind. If you cannot make it, contact your school on Monday and staff will arrange a different time for you. More details: https://www.woodlandschools.org/o/district/page/covid-19-updates
Woodland Public Schools’ administrative team is meeting today (Saturday, March 14) to develop solutions for our students throughout the statewide school closure. Stay tuned to our dedicated COVID-19 website which is updated at least once a day: https://www.woodlandschools.org/o/district/page/covid-19-updates
Comcast is waiving all fees for its Internet service for low-income families for the next 60 days due to the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. Qualifying families can sign up online at https://www.internetessentials.com or call 1-800-934-6489.
** COVID-19: Meal Service on Monday, March 16 ** Woodland Public Schools will be serving meals beginning Monday (3/16) for free for all children ages 1-18 years old. For hours & locations: https://www.woodlandschools.org/o/district/page/covid-19-updates
** COVID-19 Update: Saturday, March 14 ** The district administration team is meeting this morning (Saturday, March 14) to develop plans for: Food Service, Childcare & Remote Education. Stay updated: https://www.woodlandschools.org/o/district/page/covid-19-updates
** COVID-19 Update ** Gov. Jay Inslee has made the decision to close all schools statewide through Friday, April 24 to help reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). More details from Supt. Michael Green: https://www.woodlandschools.org/o/district/page/covid-19-updates
Our area superintendents are coordinating efforts to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. We will have additional updates tomorrow, Friday, March 13. Stay tuned to our dedicated COVID-19 website for the most up-to-date information and resources: https://www.woodlandschools.org/o/district/page/covid-19-updates
Official sources of information are the best way to stay grounded with the facts when it comes to COVID-19. Educate yourself and stay up to date on what’s happening at Woodland Public Schools. Visit our COVID-19 website for the most recent updates: https://www.woodlandschools.org/o/district/page/covid-19-updates
COVID-19 March 7 Update: Confirmed case in Clark County, none in Woodland Public Schools. For more information along with all updates, closure or schedule changes, resources, tips and guidelines, visit the district's dedicated COVID-19 website: http://bit.ly/WPS-COVID19-HQ
Kindergarten registration has started for the 2020-21 school year for Woodland Public Schools! Packets are available from the district registrar at Business Svcs 7:30am-4pm Mon-Fri. For more info: http://bit.ly/WPS-KinderRegistration We can’t wait to meet our new students!
Our Spring Sports Kick-off is tonight at 6:30pm in the commons. All spring athletes and parents are expected to attend. The Beaver boosters will be serving hot dogs at 6pm as well as selling beaver gear - so come early. See you tonight!
COVID-19 March 4 Update: In an effort to reduce misinformation about the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19, Woodland Public Schools has created a website which will carry the most up-to-date information: https://www.woodlandschools.org/covid-19-updates
TRAFFIC ADVISORY: A motorist hit a school bus this morning at the intersection of Atlantic Ave. and Lewis River Rd. No students were on the bus as the time and the motorist is being cited for fault of the accident.
HEALTH ADVISORY: Woodland Public Schools Superintendent Michael Green sent a letter home with students with information about COVID-19, the Novel Coronavirus. You can read it and download a PDF in both English and Spanish from this link: http://bit.ly/WPS-COVID19-Advisory
The School Board approved a replacement levy to run on April 28. Without a replacement levy, Woodland Public Schools MUST cut $3,000,000 in educational programs and services for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year. Learn more: www.woodlandschools.org/levy-2020
Join us tonight in Ridgefield at 6pm when our girls basketball team will be taking on Hockinson in the district playoffs! Here is the playoff bracket: http://www.2agshl.com/tournament.php?act=view&league=28&page=1&school=0&sport=12&tournament_id=3248&view_edits=1
Girls basketball lost their district opener at WF West but are still alive. They play Hockinson at Ridgefield - Monday night at 6pm. Let’s pack the house for them! Here is the tournament bracket: http://www.2agshl.com/tournament.php?act=view&league=28&page=1&school=0&sport=12&tournament_id=3248&view_edits=1
We are sending four wrestlers to the state championships in Tacoma this Friday/Sat: 106 Gaige Pilot 1st 106 Mason Rikard 4th 113 Judeah Sanders 2nd 120 Josiah Sanders 2nd Here is state tournament info: http://www.wiaa.com/subcontent.aspx?SecID=319
How about our boys basketball team!? They played 4 games in 5 nights - and won them all! Last night they knocked off Columbia River - our league champs this season. This team supports one another and plays with so much heart - they represent everything we stand for and are so fun to watch! Here is the Columbian write up from last night: https://www.columbian.com/news/2020/feb/15/boys-basketball-woodland-51-columbia-river-48-2/ Here is the updated district bracket: http://www.2agshl.com/tournament.php?act=view&league=28&page=1&school=0&sport=3&tournament_id=3246 We play Tuesday at Ridgefield - 6pm vs WF West. Let’s pack the house!
North Fork Elementary School held a Lockdown Drill on Thursday, February 13, 2020. For more information on what a lockout drill entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/WPS-Safety
North Fork Elementary Families! Join for our Kids at Hope Family Night next Tuesday, February 18 at 5pm with spaghetti dinner & bingo! Recommended donation: $2/person or $5/family with proceeds going to our Supply Closet to help kids in need. RSVP: http://bit.ly/31wYTx9
Woodland Public Schools welcomes two new board members and recognizes the school board during School Board Appreciation Month! Learn more about Jeff Wray (District 3) and Tammy Graham (District 4) in this week's feature story: http://bit.ly/WPSBoardAppr2020
Today’s events: Sub Regional wrestling at Hockinson - 10am.
Did you know that Cowlitz County families can now text 911 in the event of an emergency? Cowlitz 911 now takes text messages, a service that may literally help save the lives of people who cannot speak or where making noise may be dangerous. Learn more: https://5il.co/crc2
SNOW ROUTES: Routes 617, 616 and 613 will be on snow routes that will not travel N Dubois or Yale Bridge Road areas, but will travel on normal snow route schedule.
Students from TEAM High School team up with Lewis River Academy to help improve student learning. From classroom helpers to group instructors, Woodland's TEAMmates help their younger counterparts learn! Learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/TEAM-LRA
Did you know that the state funds only half of our district's custodians? Woodland Public Schools uses local levy dollars to help clean ALL of our schools, not just HALF of them. You can learn more about the upcoming levy election at https://www.woodlandschools.org/levy-2020
Columbia Elementary School held an Earthquake / Shelter-in-Place drill on Wednesday, January 29, 2020. For more information on what a lockout drill entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/WPS-Safety
Woodland High School’s Beaver Bots, the school’s FIRST robotics team, qualified for and competed in State Finals! Learn more about WHS Robotics in this week's Woodland Schools Weekly: http://bit.ly/BeaverBots2020
Today’s events: JV/V Girls Basketball at RA Long - 5:30/7pm.
Did you know the state only pays for one nurse to cover all of the district's schools with more than 2,500 students? Using local levy dollars, the district employs nurses to serve ALL of our schools, not just ONE of them. Learn more at https://woodlandschools.org/levy-2020
Do you live in Director District 5 and want to make a difference to your public schools? Woodland Public Schools still seeks an in interim School Board Representative. The application deadline has been extended to Monday, Feb. 3. Details & app: http://bit.ly/WPS-Interim2020
*REUNIFICATION DRILL 2020* In our third update for Woodland Middle School's upcoming Reunification Drill this March, we cover the Six Staging Areas in Reunification. For this and previous updates, visit our webpage: https://www.woodlandschools.org/reunification-drill-2020
North Fork Elementary School held an Earthquake / Shelter-in-Place drill on Thursday, January 16, 2020. For more information on what a lockout drill entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/WPS-Safety
WEATHER UPDATE: All buses on normal routes for afternoon of Thursday, January 16, 2020.
Thursday, January 16, 2020: Yale Elementary School - CLOSED. All Other Schools - OPEN and ON-TIME. SNOW ROUTES: No transportation east of Fredrickson Road or on Little Kalama Road.
Hey, all 2nd-5th grade aspiring chefs! Don’t forget to return your recipe entry form for this year’s Future Chef Competition to your school’s office by Wednesday, January 15. Click this link if you need a replacement form: https://5il.co/c8ok
Join us in the library at 12:05pm tomorrow as we celebrate with Gwen Elkinton - she's committing to play fastpitch for Clark College!
Today's events: JV/V Girls Basketball at home vs Columbia River - 6/7:30pm.
Snow Routes for January 14, 2020: 610: No Shirley Gordon 612: Will travel Little Kalama, but no Woodland Heights 613 & 616: No Dubois
Woodland Public Schools is putting a Replacement Educational Programs & Operations (EP&O) Levy before voters in February's election. Learn more about how levies help pay for nearly everything students need for a high-quality education from this feature: http://bit.ly/WPS-Levy2020-Article
Weather Bus Route Changes for 1/13/2020: Route 610 No Shirley Gordon Route 612 and 614 No Little Kalama Route 616 No travel beyond Ambler on N Dubois
Woodland Middle School will be holding an important Reunification Drill on Friday, March 6. To learn more about Reunification and what to expect during this drill, visit the Reunification Drill 2020 webpage: https://www.woodlandschools.org/reunification-drill-2020
Interested in volunteering for a leadership position helping guide Woodland Public Schools? We are still accepting applications for an interim School Board Member for Director District 5. For more information, visit our website: http://bit.ly/WPS-Dist5-2019
HEALTH ADVISORY: Cowlitz & Clark Health Departments have seen an increase in cases of influenza & norovirus. For more information about influenza, norovirus, and to learn tips for how to keep your family safe and healthy, visit our website: http://bit.ly/WPS-2019Flu
Woodland Middle School held a lockout drill on Wednesday, December 18, 2019. For more information on what a lockout drill entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/WPS-Safety
Chelsea Larson went from no credits her sophomore year to graduating a year-and-a-half early thanks to hard work and the staff of TEAM High School! Learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/WPS-TEAM-Chelsea
Looking for part-time work with a fun, tight-knit team where you can make a difference? Woodland Public Schools is looking for food service (kitchen) substitutes! Learn more and apply online: http://bit.ly/WPS-Food-Service-Subs
Make a difference in a child's life by being a Woodland Lunch Buddy for just one lunch a week! Find out more about how you can be a Lunch Buddy at Columbia or North Fork Elementary Schools by clicking this link: http://bit.ly/LunchBuddy-2019-12-10
Woodland High School’s Positive Academic Support System (PASS) connects struggling first-year high school students with dedicated staff members who help mentor and guide them to a successful freshman year. Learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/WHSPass2019
Unfortunately, we are experiencing issues with the phone lines today in which we are unable to receive incoming calls or make outgoing calls. Our service provider is currently working to resolve this issue. In the meantime, if you need to reach us, please feel free to contact us via the following email addresses. firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Columbia Elementary School received a $750 grant from Walmart for the student council and Franklin Collazo's class received school spirit t-shirts paid for by Retta Wilson of Eagle Loans in Ridgefield. Learn more: http://bit.ly/CESDonations2019
Woodland Public Schools' Family Community Resource Center and Clark County Fire & Rescue teamed up for the 2019 Coat Drive. Community members donated over 130 new winter coats and jackets for students of all ages! More details: http://bit.ly/2019CoatDriveResults
Woodland Public Schools seeks interim School Board Representative for Director District 5 from Feb 10, 2020 to general election in Nov 2021. For more information including the Board Member Application Packet and boundary maps, visit our website: http://bit.ly/WPS-Dist5-2019
Woodland Middle School students learned how choices made today will affect their futures as they prepare for Career, Life, and College during the CHOICES workshop with Fibre Credit Union Click here to learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/WMS-CHOICES-2019
Columbia Elementary School held a lockdown drill on Friday, November 22, 2019. For more information on what a lockdown entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
North Fork Elementary School and Woodland High School held lockdown drills on Thursday, November 21, 2019. For more information on what a lockdown entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
Woodland Middle School held a lockdown drill on Wednesday, November 20, 2019. For more information on what a lockdown entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
Yale students enjoyed their first-ever annual Fine Dining Event! Yale students learned proper table manners and enjoyed a catered multi-course meal prepared by the district's nutrition services. Learn more: http://bit.ly/YaleFineDining2019
Career-Life-College (CLC) prepares students with skills they need to succeed in life after graduation. The Career Explorations fair with Port of Woodland brought 69 businesses to teach students about local career opportunities. Learn more: http://bit.ly/CareerExplorations2019
Students throughout Woodland Public Schools remembered and honored our country’s veterans during assemblies before Veterans Day weekend. With respect and gratitude, we thank all of our veterans for their service. Click to learn more: http://bit.ly/WPS-Veterans-Day-2019
North Fork Elementary School held a lockout drill on Monday, November 4, 2019. For more information on what a lockout drill entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/WPS-Safety
Woodland's local Walmart awarded a grant to Robin Uhlenkott's Personal Finance & Citizenship grant to help send 6th graders to Junior Achievement BizTown. Thank you to the Walmart Foundation! Click here to learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/WMS-Walmart-Grant
Join the Family Community Resource Center (FCRC) for the 2019 Coat Drive on Sat, Nov 16, from 12-2pm @ Woodland Walmart! Donate a new coat or hoodie & get a free ride on a fire engine thanks to the Clark County Firefighters Association. Details: http://bit.ly/FCRCCoatDrive2019
TRAFFIC CONSTRUCTION ADVISORY: BNSF will close the W Scott Ave crossing to all traffic from Wed, 11/6 through Mon, 11/11. Detoured traffic may increase travel time for to and from schools. Please be safe and plan your travel routes accordingly.
Join us for the Woodland Schools Choral Concert next Monday, 10/28 @ 7pm at Woodland High School! Choir Teacher Brent LiaBraaten promises a jam-packed concert featuring the 5-6 Chorus, the 7-8 Trojan Chorus, the WHS Concert Choir, and the WHS Jazz Choir! See you there!
**KWRL IS HIRING FOR A SCHOOL BUS DRIVER SHORTAGE** Interested in part-time work where you make a difference? KWRL is looking for school bus drivers! Call KWRL at (360) 841-2023 or visit www.kwrl.org for more information!
Do you know someone looking for a good job? Tell them about the free Woodland Works job fair this Thursday, October 24 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Woodland High School. More details: http://bit.ly/WoodlandWorks2019
Students in Woodland Public Schools’ Lewis River Academy learn more about the subjects they study from special workshops featuring guest lecturers who specialize in using in-class material for their careers and professions. Learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/LRAWednesdayWorkshops
Today’s events: Varsity football at Ridgefield - 7pm
Woodland Public Schools receives $60,000 grant from OSPI for the Dual Language Program at Columbia Elementary School. Click here to learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/WPS-DualLanguage60k
TRANSPORTATION SAFETY UPDATE: A Woodland school bus was rear-ended while transporting students home from school this afternoon. There were no injuries and students were transferred to another bus. More details: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
Woodland Public Schools has released its Annual Report 2019, a summary of the 2018-2019 school year. Click this link to visit the Annual Report section of our website: http://bit.ly/WPS-AnnualReport
Woodland Public Schools and The Port of Woodland invite job-seekers to attend the free Woodland Works Job Fair featuring nearly 50 area employers on Thursday, October 24 from 1-4pm @ Woodland High School! Click here to learn more: http://bit.ly/WoodlandWorks2019
Free and Reduced-Price Lunch Program participants from past years have until October 10, 2019 to renew for the current year. Also, don't forget the other benefits available including reduced-price internet and athletic fees! For more information: http://bit.ly/WPS-FoodSvcs
Woodland High School students learned the dangers of distracted driving - the #1 killer of people under the age of 24 - and how to help stop it from Joel Feldman, a speaker whose own daughter was killed at age 21. To learn the whole story, click here: http://bit.ly/WSW-EndDD2019
Columbia Elementary School held a fire drill on Monday, September 30, 2019. For more information on what a fire drill entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
TDN did a great article on our new head baseball coach Joseph Brown. We’re excited to have you on board coach Brown! https://tdn.com/sports/joseph-brown-brings-experience-passion-to-woodland-baseball/article_27997c9f-81e0-52f2-aead-765b28e603e4.html
Woodland Middle School held a fire drill on Thursday, September 26, 2019. For more information on what a fire drill entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
Today's events: Golf at Cedars for the Prairie Invite: 9am Cross Country at home vs Hockinson - 4pm
North Fork Elementary School held a fire drill on Friday, September 20, 2019. For more information on what a fire drill entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
Woodland High School held a fire drill on Thursday, September 12, 2019. For more information on what a fire drill entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
More than 600 students from Woodland, Kalama, La Center, and other local school districts received free backpacks filled with school supplies at Woodland Public Schools’ third annual Back to School Bash on Saturday, August 17. Details: http://bit.ly/WSW-BackToSchoolBash2019
Want to be in-the-know about Woodland Public Schools? Download the free app for iOS & Android! Learn how to sign up for Notifications and more from our website: http://bit.ly/WoodlandPS-App
Woodland High School held its first drill of the new year, a lockdown drill, on Thursday, August 29, 2019. For more information on what a lockdown entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
Woodland High School held its first drill of the new year, a lockdown drill, on Thursday, August 29, 2019. For more information on what a lockout entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
Woodland Public Schools introduces Career-Life-College to prepare students for their futures after school & Woodland High School enhances Digital Learning for the new school year! http://bit.ly/WPS-CLC-and-Digital-Learning
PLANNING TO RIDE THE BUS IN 2019-2020? YOU MUST REGISTER (even if you're a past rider)! Students not registered BEFORE 8/27 will NOT be allowed to ride to or from school. Register online: https://portal.kwrl.org/parent/registration or call the district office at (360) 841-2700
Woodland High School introduces Freshman Beaver Camp, an all-day orientation for incoming 9th graders, on Thurs, 8/22 from 9am-1pm. You can find more details from our website: http://bit.ly/BeaverCamp2019 We can't wait to meet the Class of 2023!
Back to School Bash is this Saturday (8/17 from 3-6pm at WHS)! Can you believe it's almost time for the new school year to start? More details on the Bash are available on our website: http://bit.ly/WoodlandBash2019
Woodland Public Schools start on Tuesday, August 27! Do you know everything you need to know for the new year? Check out our weekly feature for information, tips, and resources to hit the ground running for the 2019-2020 school year! http://bit.ly/WPS-BackToSchool2019
Do you have a kindergartner starting school this fall? All Woodland kindergarten students start on Tuesday, September 3 - a week LATER than all other grades. Learn everything you need to know from our website: http://bit.ly/WPS-Kinder2019
Save the date for Back to School Bash 2019 on Sat, 8/17 from 3-6pm at WHS! Back to School Bash provides FREE backpacks and school supplies for students as well as games, bounce houses, prizes and food! For more details: http://bit.ly/Back-to-School-Bash-2019
Community support and local grants help Woodland Public Schools offer free summer meals and backpacks with school supplies to students in need. To learn the whole story, click here: http://bit.ly/FCRC-Support-Jun2019
*BUS REGISTRATION REMINDER* If your student will be riding the bus in the 2019-2020 school year, you must register them for transportation even if they have ridden the bus in past years. You can register online from KWRL’s website: https://portal.kwrl.org/parent/registration
The entire staff of Woodland Public Schools gathered at Woodland High School for the End-of-Year Staff Awards Luncheon on Wednesday, June 12, 2019. To see more pictures and learn about this year's winners and retirees, click here: http://bit.ly/WPS-StaffAwards2019
The Class of 2019 celebrated graduation by taking part in Woodland's Annual Parade of Graduates through the district's schools. For pictures and to learn more, click here: http://bit.ly/WHS-GradParade2019
Congratulations to Woodland Middle School, one of 34 Washington middle schools to receive a 2019 State Recognized School Award! Click here to learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/WMS-receives-2019-SRSA
HEALTH UPDATE: * All student medication must be picked up by 2pm on Thurs 6/13. * Washington State no longer permits philosophical exemptions for the MMR vaccine. Students must be vaccinated to attend school in 2019-2020. More info is on our website: http://bit.ly/WPS-MMR19
Woodland Middle School held a fire drill on Monday, June 10, 2019. To learn more about what happens with different drills and to read safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
Woodland High School and TEAM High School celebrate the graduates of the Class of 2019! To learn the whole story, click here: http://bit.ly/WSD-Class-of-2019
Woodland High School held a Shelter-in-Place drill on Monday, June 3, 2019. To learn more about what happens with different drills and to read safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
Woodland Middle School’s new Drama Class and After-School Club performed ‘Big Bad,’ a play about the trial of The Big Bad Wolf, and put on the school’s first play in more than five years. To learn the whole story, click here: http://bit.ly/WMS-Big-Bad
Looking for a great family dinner with live music this weekend? Come to the 22nd Annual Hot Chili Cool Jazz Concert at Woodland High School this Friday, May 31, 2019 at 6 p.m.! For more details: http://bit.ly/HotChiliCoolJazz2019
Woodland Middle School held a lockout drill on Tuesday, May 28, 2019. To learn more about what happens with different drills and to read safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
KWRL is introducing new features which means ALL Woodland students planning to use KWRL bus transportation in 2019-2020 must register. You can register online: https://portal.kwrl.org/parent/registration You can also register in person at the district office or KWRL at 989 Frazier Ln in Woodland.
Woodland High School's SkillsUSA team won six medals at the 2019 State Conference and Kim Miller was selected as Adviser of the Year! To learn the whole story, click here: http://bit.ly/WHS-SkillsUSA-2019
Cascadia Technical Academy recognizes three Woodland High School graduates for their exemplary work and notable accomplishments! Congratulations! Click here to learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/WHS-Cascadia-2019
Art Fest 2019 is almost here – next Monday (5/20) through Thursday (5/23)! Come see more than 1,000 pieces of student art from throughout the district at Woodland High School. Click here for details: http://bit.ly/ArtFest2019
Nominate a Woodland Public Schools employee to be considered for an Employee Excellence Award! Do you know an individual who creates a positive, caring and productive school environment? Nominate them today by using this online form: http://bit.ly/1XtHP1Y
Woodland Middle School's Horticulture students learn to care for plants from seed to harvest. Students research plant growing requirements; develop natural herbicides; cultivate soil to ensure healthy plant growth and much more! http://bit.ly/WMS-Horticulture-2019
UPDATE: Woodland High School in Woodland, Washington was NOT placed in lockdown on Friday, May 10 and there was NO incident of any kind on our campus. Any information to the contrary is likely referencing the Woodland High School located in California. We ask all community members and social media users to please verify your news sources before sharing any information on social media to avoid causing unnecessary concern.
Travel into the fantasy world of New Landia with the WHS Drama Club as Agnes seeks to discover why her sister loved Dungeons & Dragons in “She Kills Monsters.” Performances: 5/17-5/19 at 7pm. Tickets: $10 adults, $5 students/children. (PG-13) Learn more: http://bit.ly/WHS-SheKillsMonsters
Woodland Middle School held a fire drill on Friday, April 26, 2019. For more information on what a fire drill entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
Partners in Transition students ages 18-21 learn how to transition to adulthood by organizing outings and learning from professionals. This year, students attended the Night to Shine prom experience and learned about aerodynamics! http://bit.ly/WPS-PartnersInTransition2019
Woodland Public Schools along with Kalama, Ridgefield and La Center Districts threw a special appreciation luncheon for our KWRL bus drivers and transportation staff! Thank you for ensuring our students make it to and from school safely every day! http://bit.ly/KWRL-2019
Woodland High School’s Jazz Choir won first place in Vocal Division 3 of the Commencement Bay Jazz Festival for the second year in a row – and this is only the festival’s second year! Click here to learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/WHSJazzChoirWinsX2
How are your Woodland schools performing? In the 2019 Progress Report: • Detailed data about Graduation Rates, Attendance and SBA Performance • How our staff has dedicated themselves to improving student learning • Our plans & goals for the future http://bit.ly/WPS-ProgressReport2019
Woodland Middle School held a fire drill on Friday, April 26, 2019. For more information on what a fire drill entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
Woodland High School held a lockout drill on Thursday, April 25, 2019. For more information on what a lockout entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
Under Washington State’s new funding formula, one school district is getting far more state dollars than a district right next door. Learn why WHERE you live impacts the state’s investment in your school: https://youtu.be/2ARokFWRM0E
Woodland Public Schools held its Kindergarten Kickoff on Tuesday, April 16! New students and their families registered for school, met their principals, and even took a school bus ride so they could see what it's like! Click here to learn more: http://bit.ly/WPS-KinderKickoff2019
Woodland elementary students cooked their favorite Mexican recipes to compete in Future Chefs of America. 2nd-5th graders picked & cooked their own recipes with presentation plates for judging by a panel of judges. Learn the whole story! http://bit.ly/FutureChefs2019-Woodland
Elizabeth Vallaire, TEAM High School Teacher, selected as Secondary Alternative Learning Teacher of the Year for Washington State! Click here to learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/2KmycpZ
What’s at the core of the changes to school funding in Washington? Learn more about the tough issues school districts across the state are facing. https://www.esd112.org/schoolfunding
Kindergarten Kickoff is Tues, 4/16 from 5-6:30pm in the WMS Commons. Before school begins this fall, each elementary school will hold an open house so students (new and old) can meet teachers and tour our facilities. Come anytime between 5-6:30 to learn about our K-4 programs!
Kindergarten registration has started for the 2019-2020 school year for Woodland Public Schools! Packets are available from the district’s registrar 7:30am-4pm Mon-Fri. For more information: http://bit.ly/WPS-KinderRegistration We can’t wait to meet our new students!
March Madness sweeps up Woodland High School students as they debate the significance of 16 different Supreme Court cases! Click here to learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/WHSMarchMadness2019
Woodland Middle School held a lockdown drill on Monday, March 25, 2019. For more information on what a lockout entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
Woodland High School celebrated its Top 5% GPA Earners for 2019 in a special assembly on Thursday, March 21, 2019: http://bit.ly/WHSTop5-2019
Students learn proper table etiquette and try new foods during the annual Fine Dining Event at Woodland Intermediate School. Third graders learned proper table manners and how to use a full set of dining utensils while enjoying a multi-course meal. http://bit.ly/2JloYKf
Woodland community members, staff and students turned out to make this year's annual $50k-for-20 Scholarship Fundraiser Kickoff Event a success. Attendees dined on Mexican cuisine prepared by Culinary Arts students, bid on student artwork and much more! http://bit.ly/2UCc7EE
STUDENT DROP-OFF ALERT: Due to an accident on Lewis River Road, we wanted to make parents and guardians aware that buses may be delayed. We will post updates as we receive additional information.
Woodland High School held a lockdown drill on Thursday, March 14, 2019. For more information on what a lockout entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
Under the state’s new school funding formula, the ability to fund programs via local levies has been reduced by 40% in some cases. Click the link below to learn the core issues facing Woodland Public Schools: https://www.esd112.org/schoolfunding/
Woodland Schools opening two hour late. Little Kalama & Dubois on AM Snow Routes
Dakota Wilcox, Woodland Middle School student and aspiring baker, donated more than $600 in proceeds from her cookie sales to Woodland Primary School's special education preschool program! http://bit.ly/2F6zKzN
Woodland Public Schools will be operating on time today. Little Kalama and N Dubois are on modified bus routes.
Have you bought tickets to the $50k-for-20 Fundraising Dinner on March 14? There's still time! Tour CTE facilities plus dinner from WHS's own Culinary Arts program. Tickets: $20 eacj or $35 per couple. Proceeds pay for graduate scholarships. http://bit.ly/50kFor20-2019Dinner
The staff and students of Woodland Public Schools celebrated their Board of Directors during the district’s regular board meeting on Monday, February 25! Click here to learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/2SEoSwA
Next week (March 4-8) is National School Breakfast Week! Celebrate with us as our food services team offers FREE breakfast for ALL students throughout the entire week! More details and menus: http://bit.ly/2GTtMV0
School funding across the state of Washington has changed dramatically. How do we take a bite out of the problems that have cropped up? https://www.esd112.org/schoolfunding/
The Board of Directors has approved new elementary school names! Beginning this fall, Woodland Primary will be named Columbia Elementary and Woodland Intermediate will be named North Fork Elementary. Yale Elementary stays the same. More: http://bit.ly/WPS-Reconfiguration-2019
Woodland Middle School held a fire drill on Tuesday, February 26, 2019. For more information on what a lockout entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
Woodland High School held a lockout drill on Thursday, February 21, 2019. For more information on what a lockout entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
Join us for the $50k-for-20 Fundraising Dinner on Thursday, March 14! Tour the CTE facilities followed by dinner prepared by WHS's own Culinary Arts program. Tickets are $20 per person or $35 per couple. Proceeds pay for graduate scholarships. http://bit.ly/50kFor20-2019Dinner
Have you voted for your favorite names to replace Woodland Primary and Intermediate this fall? You have until the end of the day on Friday, February 15! Click this link to vote: http://bit.ly/NameYourSchoolsFinal
Woodland Schools will operate on schedule. Buses on Modified route: Little Kalama— no travel beyond Davis Peak. North Dubois — Snow Route
Woodland Middle School students learn how dropping out of high school could affect their futures during special CHOICES in-school workshop with Fibre Federal Credit Union. Learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/WSW-WMS-CHOICES2019
All Woodland Public Schools are closed today. No Cascadia Tech Bus
Has your WIS/WMS 2nd-5th grade cook registered for the Future Chefs event? There's still time! The deadline is next Friday, February 15. More details and registration form can be found here: http://bit.ly/2QCSxoJ
The Name Your Schools finalists are in! Vote for your favorite name-pair to replace Woodland Primary School and Woodland Intermediate School from now until February 15! (Only one vote per person - duplicates will be deleted) Click this link to vote: https://goo.gl/forms/AuQ1JKrkfPhWUWH83
Due to slick roads Woodland Public Schools will open two hours late today. Buses will be on snow routes. There will be no Cascadia Tech Skills Center Bus this morning.
Woodland Primary School held a lockdown drill on Monday, February 4, 2019. We encourage parents to discuss the details of the drill with their students. For more information, visit the district's Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
Yale Elementary School attracts teachers looking for a non-traditional classroom experience. Although more than 20 miles away, the location is all that’s remote about Yale School as the staff remains very much a part of Woodland Public Schools. http://bit.ly/2BdWCuX
Woodland Public Schools’ Jazz Ensemble made up of high school and middle school students and led by Band Director Bryana Steck took first place at the 57th Clark College Jazz Festival this past weekend! CONGRATULATIONS! http://bit.ly/2sWZ5VO
Woodland High School’s Mike “Coach Woody” Woodward Shares Lessons Learned From 20 Years Of Coaching. http://bit.ly/2WsIpTF
Want to learn more about reconfiguration or the district’s new school start times for 2019-20? Come to the Reconfiguration Information Night on Thurs, Jan 31 at 6pm at WHS! For more information, you can also visit the district's website: http://bit.ly/2FL1taU
Clark County Health Dept. is investigating a measles outbreak, identifying 22 confirmed & 3 suspect cases in Clark County as of January 21. Woodland Public Schools advises parents to take proper precautions. For more information: http://bit.ly/2FPlyvT
Don't forget to submit your ideas for names for Woodland Public Schools' K-4 elementary schools! The Name Your Schools campaign closes tomorrow (Tuesday, January 22, 2019)! http://bit.ly/NameYourSchools
Name Your Schools! With Woodland Primary & Intermediate both serving K-4 next year, they need new names! We want your ideas! Submit as many ideas as you want at: http://bit.ly/NameYourSchools The form closes 1/22/2019. You will get to vote on your favorites after that time!
Woodland Primary School held a Lockout Drill on Monday, January 14, 2019. For more information on what this drill entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
Three Woodland High School students make a one-in-a-million chance by earning perfect 800 math scores on the SAT! Click here to learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/2FspbIP
Woodland Primary School has a new Facebook Page: http://www.fb.com/WoodlandPrimarySchool Due to technical issues, the previous page was eliminated. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Do you have a 2nd-5th grade student who loves to cook? Compete in the free Future Chefs competition for favorite Healthy Mexican Food Recipe! More information and entry forms available here: http://bit.ly/2QCSxoJ
Practice makes perfect - Woodland Middle School's staff and students handled a live fire alarm on Thursday, January 10, 2019. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2H3XvM4
Woodland High School held a Shelter-in-Place Drill (also known as an Earthquake Drill) on Wednesday, January 9, 2018. For more information on what this drill entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
There is still plenty of room in the free Strengthening Families class offered for families with kids 10-14 years old! This free 8-week class is open to 12 families with youth ages 10-14. Learn more & register: http://bit.ly/2SKEIq2
Woodland’s sixth graders learned personal financial management while becoming sales managers and CEOs for a day at Junior Achievement's JA BizTown! Click here to learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/2Re6WgC
The Board of Directors approves a boundary plan for reconfigured elementary schools in 2019-2020. To learn more about the reconfiguration process, click here: http://bit.ly/2s1YrGt
Woodland Middle School held a Lockout Drill on Wednesday, December 19, 2018. For more information on what this drill entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
TEAM High School helped Luke Cook graduate a semester early, join the military, and pursue his dream of working in law enforcement. Click here to learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/2EtGsQj
Woodland Middle School’s LEGO Robotics Team is headed to the state competition after coming in second place this past weekend! The team competed in three categories – Project (with a student-programmed “robot nurse”), Core Values, and Robot Design. GO TROJANS!
If you can't make it to tonight's WHS concert at 7pm, you can watch the concert on YouTube live (or after the event) from this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxBqLYfOgMM If you have an account with YouTube (Google), you can set a reminder so you can join us live tonight!
The Cowlitz County Extension of Washington State University is offering a free Strengthening Families Class for parents and caregivers of preteens and teens. This free 8-week class is open to 12 families with youth ages 10-14. Learn more & register: http://bit.ly/2SKEIq2
Woodland Police Chief Jim Kelly and Officer Brent Murray visited Katie Klaus' Woodland High School government class to discuss citizens’ rights, the Constitution, and how law enforcement protects the public. Click here to learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/2Px25kO
You are invited to attend a gallery showing of artwork from students in Woodland High School’s AP Studio Art class on Friday, December 14 from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Lovejoy Gallery located at 226 Davidson Avenue, Suite A in Woodland. To learn more: http://bit.ly/2QgS4xo
Woodland High School held a lockdown drill on Thursday, December 6, 2018. We encourage parents to discuss the details of the drill with their students. For more information, visit the district's Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
Explorience empowers students at Woodland Primary School to learn science and social studies by becoming explorers, astronauts, aviators, and more! Learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/2KRfQtV
Woodland Middle School held a lockdown drill on Thursday, November 29, 2018. For more information on what a lockdown entails as well as safety updates from around the district, visit our Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM view image
Woodland High School band students took part in “Music Major for a Day” at Washington State University followed by a private tour & instruction at the University of Idaho's Lionel Hampton School of Music. Learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/2DLkHvd
The inaugural Woodland Days Career Fair, in partnership with the Port of Woodland, connected more than 700 Woodland students with over 40 local businesses offering living-wage career opportunities. Read the whole story: http://bit.ly/2B3tA1p
Dear parents of K-3 students, You will receive an email later today with a link to participate in a survey to help guide the district’s planning process to transform WIS & WPS into K-4 neighborhood schools. Please help our team by taking a few minutes to participate. Thank you!
Woodland High School’s staff and students gathered to wish our Lady Beavs Volleyball Team good luck as they departed for the state championships on Thursday, November 8, 2018. GO BEAVERS! More pictures: http://bit.ly/2JVLIgF
Interested in part-time work where you make a difference? KWRL is looking for school bus drivers! Benefits include $20.97 per hour, Free & Paid CDL Training, and Public Employee Benefits. For details, visit: https://goo.gl/tVDDxC or call (360) 841-2023
Woodland High School’s Floriculture Team placed eighth in national FFA competition! Team members: Cooper Kaml, Jacob Laddusaw, Jennifer Parkhill, Elisabeth Patnode & Megan Shubert with Team Advisor Mary Ellen Vetter. http://bit.ly/2Ps0zEv
WMS parents & guardians are invited to attend Fall Open Conference: Tues, 10/30: 1-3:30pm & 4:30-7:30pm Wed, 10/31: 1-3:30pm Thur, 11/1: 1-3:30pm The new Open Conference schedule requires no appointments & offers the opportunity to speak with all of a student's teachers.
Yale Elementary students learned fire safety from the Cowlitz-Skamania Fire District 7 firefighters during a visit recently. Learn the whole story: http://bit.ly/2Pn3bDS
Digital Citizenship Week teaches students how to use technology responsibly from November 5-9. Students will learn to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly in a world that’s becoming more and more digital. For more information: http://bit.ly/2J9aBF4
WHS families: Attend Woodland High Connect Night to learn more about high school life THIS Wednesday, October 24 at 5pm! The first 400 attendees can eat at a free baked potato bar with all the fixings! Free childcare is available from 5:15-7:00pm. We hope to see you there!
Woodland High School provided free health screenings for students thanks to a partnership with the Providence Heart Institute. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2q2O9ol
Ever wanted to visit a Woodland High School classroom virtually? Now, you can! Friday, Oct 19, WHS will live-stream class debates in Aaron Blackwelder's 9th grade class starting @ 8:25 a.m. Watch the action as it happens: http://bit.ly/2EuigyZ
All of Woodland Public Schools held Earthquake Drills today, Thursday, October 18 for the Great Washington Shake-Out at 10:18 a.m.! Learn more at the Safety Corner: http://bit.ly/2ymwxIM
WHS families: Attend Woodland High Connect Night to learn more about high school life on Wednesday, October 24 at 5pm! The first 400 attendees can eat at a free baked potato bar with all the fixings! Free childcare is available from 5:15-7:00pm. We hope to see you there!
Woodland Primary School’s new Dual Language Program empowers kindergarten students to become biliterate and bilingual in English and Spanish. 44 kindergartners spend half the day learning lessons in Spanish and the other half learning in English. More: http://bit.ly/2QSdsol
WHS AP Government students attended a congressional debate and met with a Cowlitz County Defense Attorney to learn more about the U.S. political and justice systems thanks to teacher Shari Conditt using hands-on experiences to enrich student learning. http://bit.ly/2C3nGOx
Book Buddies at Woodland Intermediate School work together to improve their reading skills. Every week at WIS 4th & 2nd graders read aloud with each other to improve reading and writing skills as Book Buddies. To read the entire story, click here: http://bit.ly/2y4fvOl
A Woodland High School student was struck by a school bus this morning. The student received a head injury but maintained consciousness and was sent to the hospital. Woodland and Cowlitz County emergency personnel responded to the scene. More details: http://bit.ly/2ORZoL4
Woodland High School and Woodland Middle School held fire drills today, Thursday, 9/27. We encourage you to discuss the details of these experiences with your students to get feedback on how they felt during the drill. For more information, visit: https://goo.gl/bt1BLG
Woodland High School made ASB cards free for every student this year to reduce the financial burden of attending school events and participating in athletics. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2QRwxbn
Did you know that September is National Attendance Awareness Month? Learn why attendance is important and how Woodland Public Schools is dedicated to ensuring all students receive the best possible education by improving attendance: http://bit.ly/2NTCqpH
Woodland Public Schools staff kicked off the new school year by reflecting on current progress and setting future goals. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2MEp5g9
Woodland Public Schools announces reconfiguring of existing schools to Neighborhood Schools to accommodate substantial growth in enrollment. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2CHgFFn
SAFETY UPDATE: Woodland High School held fire drill today, Thursday, 8/30. We encourage you to discuss the details of these experiences with your students to get feedback on how they felt during the drill. For more information, visit our website: https://goo.gl/bt1BLG
REMINDER: Buses may run a bit late during the first days of school as drivers & students get used to routes. You can view your bus's progress in real-time using GPS! Log into Skyward Family Access, click District Links, select KWRL Parent Portal. https://goo.gl/nzRiNe
Woodland Public Schools' Back to School Bash 2018 gave away nearly 800 free backpacks to students in need attending Woodland, Kalama and La Center school districts on Saturday, August 18! Learn more: https://goo.gl/xGkn3q
The first day of school for students is Tues, Aug 28! Kindergartners meet with teachers next week and start school Tues Sept 4. If you haven't received an appointment, please call Woodland Primary School at (360) 841-2900. We can't wait to see our students!
Woodland Public Schools staff partnered with Woodland Co-Op Preschool to teach parents of preschoolers how to educate their children about appreciating people with disabilities including using the proper vocabulary and recognizing differences. Read more: https://goo.gl/gQZCvP
Is your student riding the bus to school this year? Only previously-unregistered students need to register. Register online and find your route number using KWRL's redesigned website and "Find My Bus Route" tool at www.kwrl.org The 2018-19 school year starts Tuesday, August 28!
Make a difference in a child's life by being a Woodland lunch buddy for 40 minutes once a week! Mentor training is next Tues, 8/21 at WPS 2-3pm or 7-8pm. Register with John Christopherson at email@example.com or (360) 431-6455.
The first day of school for Woodland Public Schools is Tuesday, August 28! You can get a jump-start on the new school year with this week's feature article with resources and tips including how to download our new smartphone app! https://goo.gl/pEkAK8
Find out how some Woodland Public Schools' staff members spent their summers working To prepare For 2018-19 School Year! https://goo.gl/Etwfef
SAFETY CORNER UPDATE: Old trees removed to improve student and community safety as well as make way for new Celebration Maples coming later this fall! More details: https://goo.gl/2H3zGE
Do you know any children in need of free meals this summer? Our free Summer Meals Program continues through Tuesday, 8/17 with free breakfast & lunch for kids under 18 at WMS. https://goo.gl/Cu9Zqf
Woodland Primary School students learn science concepts from a circus performer's amazing tricks during OMSI’s “Gollyology” https://goo.gl/feikNA
Woodland Intermediate School held its first Career Day featuring guest professionals who taught students about a variety of career choices! https://goo.gl/8jDyC1
Don't forget - kids eat free this summer! Kids 18 & younger eat free breakfast at WMS from 8:30-9am & lunch 11:30am-12:30pm from 6/25-8/17. Adults: $2.50 breakfast, $3.50 lunch. https://goo.gl/ALTGnY
Staff had the End-of-Year Staff Awards! Superintendent Green announced Kimberly Miller, WHS CTE Teacher, is Regional Teacher of the Year! (Pic: Asst Supe Asha Riley & Kim) Pics: https://goo.gl/Wuxxac
Today is the last day of school! We wish our students a happy, fun & safe summer! Stay tuned to Facebook, Twitter & woodlandschools.org for updates. Our first day of school is Tuesday, August 28.
Woodland Public Schools celebrated its largest graduating class, the Class of 2018, on Friday, June 15! To read the entire story, click: https://goo.gl/oJh9Dy
The Class of 2018 Commencement Ceremony will be held tomorrow night, Friday, 6/15 at 7 p.m. at Woodland High School, 1500 Dike Access Road! Watch it live for free on YouTube: https://goo.gl/rpztKP
Woodland Public Schools' TEAM High School offers a true alternative for students seeking flexible schedules and the ability to work at their own pace. https://goo.gl/T8VfDM
Woodland High School held a lockdown drill today, Monday, 6/11. We encourage you to discuss the details of these experiences with your students to get feedback. https://goo.gl/7kt3tz
The Partners in Transition program teaches special needs students the skills they need to succeed in life and work. To read the entire story, click: https://goo.gl/TiLHht
Come see more than 1,000 pieces of K-12 student art during Art Fest 2018 from June 4-7 at WHS! https://goo.gl/skreSd
Congratulations to our WHS Beavers Softball Team - this year's 2A State Champions! https://goo.gl/nwHUqF
Kids eat free this summer! Kids 18 & younger eat free breakfast & lunch at WMS from 8:30-9am & 11:30am-12:30pm from 6/25-8/17/2018. Adults: $2.50 breakfast, $3.50 for lunch. https://goo.gl/ALTGnY
The KWRL Transportation Cooperative drives more than one million miles each Year to get students to and from school safely. https://goo.gl/GLFCxw
Woodland Primary School held an earthquake drill today, Tuesday, May 15, 2018. Talk with your students about their experience, and refer feedback to school administrators, if necessary. Thank you!
Woodland Public Schools’ Food Pantries offer resources to families-in-need thanks to community support! https://goo.gl/1rdKH5
Woodland Intermediate School held a fire drill today, Friday, 5/11. We encourage you to discuss the details of these experiences with your students to get feedback on how they felt during the drill.
Learn how Woodland Public Schools uses technology, training, and teamwork to keep students and staff safe! Read this week's feature story to find out more: https://goo.gl/WCygEh
Woodland High School was selected as a SkillsUSA National Model of Excellence as the Culinary Arts capture the minds of Woodland students! https://goo.gl/BLsSn5
PRIDE Night offers Woodland families and community members the chance to learn all about Woodland Middle School! https://goo.gl/6cnCx5