Please click here to access information regarding the WPSD COVID-19 Plan and updates from the District (1/11/20)
Please read message from the Board of Education to our community. This message was sent to all staff, parents, and also placed in the January 13, 2021 Pikes Peak Courier - Woodland Park Edition. Click here to read message.
The Board of Education has begun their search for the next WPSD Re-2 Superintendent of Schools.
If interested in applying for this position, please click here.
Durham School Services is currently hiring bus drivers. Please click here for information.
We cannot thank our staff enough for keeping us safe! Click here to see pictures.
***Updated January 5, 2021*** WPSD Re-2 continues to offer free meals for all children through the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year. Under the USDA Food and Nutrition Service policy memo "COVID-19: Child Nutrition Response #56," school authorities may choose to extend the free meal service through June 30, 2021.
Please click here for the updated Food Service Plan for January 2021.
Please click here to access the January 5, 2021 parent listening session for students on IEPs held by the Ute Pass BOCES.
At the Special Board Meeting held on Monday, December 28, 2020, the Board of Education voted by resolution on the charter school application submitted by Merit Academy. Please click here to read the resolution.
The Board of Education reached this difficult decision after many hours of deliberation and consideration of all input received. The Board would like to thank Merit Academy for all their hard work as well as the many community members who offered unique and thoughtful perspectives throughout this process.
The 2019-20 Stakeholders' Report provides information on finances, school highlights, assessments, accreditation and much more on the prior school year.
This is an annual report on the prior school year and is made available each December of the following year.
Opening on January 9th will be Romeo & Juliet!
Theatre students have been working hard to produce a virtual theatre production that you will be able to watch with your family in the comfort of your own home.
Tickets available here!
The next event is scheduled for Saturday, February 13, 2021 from 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. at the Middle School.
Durham School Services morning and afternoon bus route information.
Morning route information - click here
Afternoon route information - click here
If you have any questions, please contact Durham at 687-4411.
Please click here for new procedures for District delays and closures during Phases 2-4 of the District Reintegration Plan.
We would love to have you join us! Watch our WPSD Commercial!
The 2020-21 Registration Window is now open. Please click here for detailed information.
If you are experiencing grief, loss, or mental health issues and need support, counselors are available during school hours. For mental health emergencies, call 911.
Emotional Support Resources:
For those in need of family support services and/or meal provisions during this time, please contact Community Partnership Family Resource Center at (719) 686-0705 or www.cpteller.org.
COVID-19 Call Center is open seven-days-a-week. You can connect with information and resources for COVID-19 by calling (719) 575-8888. The call center is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m on weekends.
Woodland Park School District. A Place of Becoming.
Together, we embrace a culture where all learners are empowered to pursue intellectual, personal, and collective excellence.
Educators that inspire, empower, and connect with students
Objective: Maximize academic preparedness for post-secondary success
Prepare students academically at each level for the next step so that students will have all opportunities and choices available as they move through our district and beyond.
Objective: Optimize educator talent and invest in their success
Attract, support and retain the highest quality staff by fostering an exceptional, positive, and empowering work environment.
Social Emotional Growth
Objective: Build a comprehensive multi-tiered system of integrated and coordinated supports to strengthen students' social emotional skills, mental wellness, resiliency, and connectedness
Build common beliefs, expectations, and systems around social-emotional learning, with an initial emphasis on student behavior.
Objective: Bolster relationships through purposeful communication
Emphasize effective sharing of information internally and externally with District stakeholders.