Woodland Public Schools proudly announces that all students will transition to either hybrid schedules or full in-person learning over the coming weeks.
The transition to in-person learning was made possible thanks to the dedicated efforts of the Woodland and Ariel communities in reducing the spread of the Covid-19 novel coronavirus. “We are incredibly grateful to our community members for taking this disease seriously and following recommended safety guidelines to reduce its spread,” said Michael Green, Superintendent of Woodland Public Schools. “Thanks to the efforts of our friends, neighbors and colleagues, all of our students will be able to return to school and receive at least some form of in-person learning by the first week of March.”
Due to the different sizes of each of Woodland Public Schools’ facilities and the different safety guidelines provided by Clark and Cowlitz counties’ health departments and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for different age groups, elementary students will be able to return to full in-person school while older students in middle and high school will transition to a hybrid schedule.
Elementary Schools (Grades K-4)
Woodland Public Schools’ elementary schools will return to full-in person learning on the following schedule:
Middle School (Grades 5-8)
Woodland Middle School will transition to a hybrid schedule starting Tuesday, February 23:
High School (Grades 9-12)
Woodland High School will start the new hybrid learning bell schedule remotely on Monday, March 1 with students returning to in-person school on Tuesday, March 2 on the following schedule:
If you have questions or need additional information, please contact the main office for your student’s school.