March 15, 2021
As the District begins planning for the 2021-2022 school year, we feel the need to move our registration process back to the Spring in order to gauge and respond to the needs of our community. We hope to return in the Fall to a post-pandemic environment, bringing along both positive and negative lessons learned from this past year. Please watch for a parent survey coming out just after Spring Break to provide feedback.
To launch our planning, we ask for all families to declare their intent for the 2021-22 school year. This includes completing the registration process through Infinite Campus or submitting the Intent to Withdraw Form to your child’s current school. We encourage families to reach out to counselors or school administrators with any questions or concerns regarding the transition to the new school year.
Below please find important information about the 2021-22 school year:
NOTE: Please contact your child’s school counselor to further explore options and address any concerns.
We look forward to starting a new chapter here at Woodland Park School District in the 2021-22 school year and welcoming back all students to a post-pandemic era!
As always, please reach out to our staff with any questions or concerns as we finish out the school year and transition into the new school year.
Parents/Guardians will need their Infinite Campus Parent Portal Username and Password to login to the Infinite Campus site. If you do not remember your Username and/or Password or have troubles logging in, please click on the following link to submit a ticket for assistance. Please allow up to 24 hours for a response. Below parents may also access information on logging into the parent portal and a video on completing online registration.
Parent Portal Registration Steps:
The district requires the following documents for New Student Registration. Scan and have all three required documents ready to upload into the application (birth certificate, immunization records, and valid proof of residency). If you are unable to scan and upload at the time of registration, please submit a copy to the school or district registrar prior to the start of the school year.
New Student Registration Steps
If you are having difficulty completing the registration, please contact your school directly through our main phone numbers listed on the bottom of this webpage or request assistance through the following link:
You may also view the parent training video below:
All online applications will remain open for 30 days. If all documents are not submitted and/or the application isn’t completed, the application is deleted and must be resubmitted. All complete applications are processed in the order received.
Please note that students enrolled in special programs and/or currently under an active IEP (special education), 504 Plan, ALP (Gifted and Talented), Health/Safety Plan, Behavior Plan, or receiving ELL (English second language) services may be required to submit additional information prior to the completion of the registration process
Throughout the registration process, the district will communicate via the email provided during registration. Please check your email frequently including your spam and junk mail.
WPSD proudly announces the opening of our newly redesigned Woodland Park School District Early Childhood Center (WPSDECC) located at Gateway Elementary!
The district holds a long history and tradition of offering preschool programs in each of our elementary schools. However, for the last several years, we faced challenges in staffing three individual preschool programs, especially given the unique requirements at this level. We know preschool lays the foundation for a strong educational journey through our district. So to ensure quality programming for our students and families, our team analyzed a variety of options and decided to bring together all individual programs under one roof.
The WPSDECC will be located inside Gateway Elementary with many of the faces our community knows and loves from each individual school playing an active role in the new center. We believe that centralizing our preschools allows us to provide opportunities for greater collaboration, to share resources, and to become more flexible in meeting the needs of our community. Since preschool students will return to their home schools for kindergarten, each elementary principal will be actively involved in events and learning in our new center.
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.
Families may now complete the Free & Reduced-Price Meal (Reduced Fees) Application through the Parent Portal. Please download and follow the instructions below.