Woodland Park School District

A PLACE OF BECOMING

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WPSD Press Release regarding the continuation of mask and health protocols through the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year

Please click here to access information regarding the WPSD COVID-19 Plan and updates from the District

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Dismissal times for the last day of school - Thursday, May 27.

Dismissal Times

Elementaries - 10:45 a.m.

Middle School - 12:00 p.m.

High School - 2:00 p.m.

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On March 15, 2021, the Board of Education formally approved the contract for our new superintendent, Dr. Mathew Neal.

Here is the link to the press release: https://www.einpresswire.com/a...

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March and April Recycling events have been cancelled. Saturday, May 15 is the next scheduled event. Please contact ETech Recyclers at 719-799-7617 for your recycling needs if you are unable to wait until May 15. Thank you for your understanding.

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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 the remainder of the school year.


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Durham School Services is currently hiring bus drivers. Please click here for information.

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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.

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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:

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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.

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Vision Statement

Woodland Park School District. A Place of Becoming.

Mission

Together, we embrace a culture where all learners are empowered to pursue intellectual, personal, and collective excellence.

Core Beliefs

Educators that inspire, empower, and connect with students

Strategic Plan

Academic Success

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.

Educator Talent

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.

Communication

Objective: Bolster relationships through purposeful communication

Emphasize effective sharing of information internally and externally with District stakeholders.

Woodland Park School District At a Glance

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15

Athletic programs offered at WPHS
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100%

Elementary students receive hands-on outdoor education
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23

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