Recent District Updates:
Recent Press Releases and News Articles...
WPSD Adopts Core Knowledge Language Arts Curriculum for 2024-25 Academic Year (February 23, 2024)
WPHS Athletic Trainer Wins Prestigious Award (February 12, 2024)
Woodland Park Elementary Schools get 3D Printers (January 24, 2024)
WPSD Facilities Planning Update (January 22, 2024)
Board of Education Renews Superintendent Witt's Contract (January 18, 2024)
2022-2023 Finalized School and District Performance Frameworks (December 20, 2023)
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Durham School Services morning and afternoon bus route information.
2023-2024 Morning route information - click here (updated 9.19.23)
2023-2024 Afternoon route information - click here (updated 9.13.23)
If you have any questions, please contact Durham at 719-687-4411.
Durham School Services is currently hiring bus drivers. Please click here for information.
What are charter schools? Check out the Colorado League of Charter Schools to learn more!
Do charter schools perform well? Keystone Policy Center helps answer this question!
What are the rules for charter schools? Check out these FAQ's from the CDE!
For WPSD chartering information click here.
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.
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.