Recent News Articles...
WPHS Cross Country Team Living Its Motto, 'Fear the Pack' (August 30, 2022)
WPHS Softball Team Loses Non-Conference Game to Liberty (August 30, 2022)
WPHS Boys Soccer Team Battle Fountain-Ft. Carson, Ends in a Draw (August 22, 2022)
The Woodland Park School District Re-2 is seeking an individual to fill the position of Interim Superintendent of Schools.
Durham School Services morning and afternoon bus route information.
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Afternoon route information - click here
If you have any questions, please contact Durham at 687-4411.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.