Woodard to Retire from School Board After 16 YearsPrevious Next
Long-time Board of Education member, Bill Woodard, who is recognized for his strong and thoughtful leadership and dedicated service to Woodland Public Schools, retired from the Board at the end of November. Woodard began serving on the Board in 1997 joining, now Board President, Jim Bays. “He does his homework, always has an open mind, considers all sides of an issue, and is not afraid to make tough decisions,” said Bays. “More than anything he cares about kids and realizes that they are our real mission. Bill’s stability and natural leadership will be hard to replace.”
Woodard has given 16 years of dedicated service and will be surely missed by the Board and staff of the Woodland Public Schools. “As a parent and engaged member of the greater Woodland community, Bill brought to the Board a common sense perspective that focused on what was best for students, families, and the success of all of our schools,” said Superintendent, Michael Green.
Thank you, Bill, for many years of ardent service to our schools!