Last Updated: Saturday, August 1, 2020
Woodland Public Schools are looking at a variety of scenarios as we think forward about returning to school this fall. The Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) has convened a large committee (120 members representing a broad scope of stakeholder groups) that is looking at a continuum of reopening options and plans to provide additional guidance in the coming days and weeks.
While reflecting on current guidance, we also listen to our students, families and staff and community partners. We continue to receive feedback on what is working (best practices) and opportunities for changes. In addition, the district's leadership team reviews research and articles from across the country that will also inform our plan forward.
On this page you will find information that the team is reading and reviewing as we contemplate our next safe, healthy, and best possible educational steps for each student, staff and family member. As we come across more articles we find compelling, we will share them as well.
Please feel free to send me any articles or ideas you might have as the more information we can review and reflect on. Together, all things are possible.
Michael Z. GreenSuperintendent