Woodland Park School District

A PLACE OF BECOMING

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WPSD will not hold class April 17-21 as previously planned, with April 21 as a professional development day for teachers.

The last day of school has been moved to Thursday, May 21. This is due to the number of workdays for our staff and the fact that teachers worked over Spring Break.

https://wpsdk12.org/uploads/forms/April-2020-Revised-2019-2020.pdf

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WPSD will be on Remote Learning through April 30. This is a preventive measure to avoid spreading COVID-19. The health and safety of our students and staff continues to be our top priority.

https://www.colorado.gov/governor/news/colorado-takes-further-action-address-public-health-threat-covid-19

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Families who are looking for someone to tutor their student, please call Community Partnership Family Resource Center at (719) 686-0705 for a list of tutors in our community.

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Grab & Go meals will be available Monday-Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. beginning on Monday, March 30.

The 3 distribution locations are:

  • Gateway Elementary (Bus Loop)
  • Summit Elementary (Student drop-off/pick-up loop)
  • Florissant Grange parking area

Click HERE for more details.

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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.

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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