Learn more about WHS's transition to Hybrid Learning (prerecorded)

Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Woodland High School's return to In-Person-Learning

Woodland High School hopes to return to in-person learning in early 2021. The start date remains dependent on the number of COVID case counts and the positivity rate in Cowlitz County. The final decision will be made by the WSD board of directors in consultation with Cowlitz County Health Department officials.

In anticipation of transitioning to hybrid learning, Woodland High School held a virtual open house on Thursday, November 19, 2020. You can join Principal Dr. Phillip Pearson, Assistant Principal Dan Uhlenkott, and WHS Counselor Terra Pfeiffer as they walk through what the eventual return to in-person high school will eventually look like for Woodland:



As always, feel more than free to contact us at any time via phone in the office (360-841-2800) or contact Dr. Pearson via email at pearsonp@woodlandschools.org.



Learn more about how Woodland Public Schools educates our students and serves the community, by visiting our dedicated news webpage at www.woodlandschools.org/news/wsd

Stay informed with the latest updates about the eventual transition from remote learning to in-person learning and more about COVID-19 at Woodland Public Schools’ dedicated website: www.woodlandschools.org/covid-hq