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Monday, June 22, 2020

Returning to School this Fall - A Letter from the Superintendent

Dear Parents, Caregivers, Students, Staff, and Community Members: Earlier in June, we invited all of our caretakers, students, and staff to take part in a ThoughtExchange, an innovative group-generated feedback system, to help plan our return to school this fall.  The community’s...

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Monday, July 6, 2020

Class of 2020 Commencement Ceremony will be Virtual-Live on July 10

July 6, 2020 Dear students, staff, and community members: With Cowlitz County still in Phase 2 there really is no possible way we will be in Phase 4 by July 10th. While Phase 4 would have allowed us to conduct a "regular" graduation ceremony in person, accordingly, the high school is in full planning...

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Monday, June 29, 2020

Woodland Public Schools celebrates graduates of all ages with special commencement ceremonies

Woodland Public Schools staff celebrates graduates of all ages throughout the district with commencement ceremonies that respect social distancing while still celebrating students’ accomplishments. From students just beginning their academic careers to those proceeding on to the final...

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Monday, June 22, 2020

Woodland High School’s annual plant saved through teamwork and planning; horticulture teacher Kendra Pearce receives Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award

Woodland High School’s annual plant sale put on by students of the school’s horticulture classes would have been canceled this year due to the pandemic had it not been for the quick thinking and teamwork to take the sale online thanks to more than 40 students and nearly two dozen current and...

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Friday, June 19, 2020

Woodland Public Schools offers learning alternatives for families concerned about coronavirus prevention this fall

After hearing some families’ concerns about coronavirus prevention when students return to school in the fall, Woodland Public Schools reassures families by spotlighting two district programs designed to help students learn from home with limited or no classroom interaction: Lewis River...

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