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Woodland Park School District Early Childhood Center (WPSDECC) located at Gateway Elementary and Summit Elementary.

Update for 22-23 school year: We are requiring all children to be potty trained before starting the 22-23 school year. We will set up accommodations for any child who has delays or disabilities that may hinder them from meeting this requirement. A meeting with the child’s teacher, the special education teacher, and the director will need to take place prior to the first day of school.

If you would like more information regarding the WPSDECC program or have specific questions, please reach out to Director Katie Icenhower at kicenhower@wpsdk12.org.

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Durham School Services morning and afternoon bus route information.

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If you have any questions, please contact Durham at 687-4411.

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Vision Statement

Woodland Park School District. A Place of Becoming.

Purpose

Woodland Park School District exists to establish a common foundation of knowledge that cultivates educated citizens who appreciate and contribute to this great American Republic as provided in the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution. Through a rigorous culture of achievement and an ethical code of conduct, students will develop personal discipline, courage, and drive with a willingness to work respectfully with others and equipped to be successful members of a uniquely American society.

Core Beliefs

District philosophies that align with parental choice and build systems oriented to parental expectations and values, and acknowledge parents as the primary educators of their children. Soliciting and collaborating with parents, staff, teachers, students, and community to inform our actions which value the merit of each unique student. Offering a variety of programs that provide content-rich curriculum and extra-curricular activities. Developing professional educators that engage and inspire students through positive ethical leadership. Continuous improvements of our district programs, processes, and academic results. The future success of our Community, State, and Nation depends on an educated citizen who understands the Constitutions of the United States and the State of Colorado.

Woodland Park School District At a Glance

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17

Athletic programs offered at WPHS
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100%

Elementary students receive hands-on outdoor education
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20

Average elementary class size
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4

Yearly WPHS theatre productions
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84.7%

WPHS graduation rate
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8,465 feet

Woodland Park elevation
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245

Average days of sunshine
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10+

Activities offered at WPMS
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2,340

Number of PreK-12 students
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56%

WPSD teachers with advanced degrees