WPSD Online Program (Grades K-12)

Woodland Park School District’s online program utilizes curriculum from Lincoln Interactive, and includes full programming at all grade levels. The program is managed through an online computer system, but, depending on the class and level, may also include textbooks, reading books, hands-on materials, writing assignments, etc.

Follow-up and assistance are provided through our Liaisons.

Our online program is very rigorous and requires significant parent/learning coach involvement, especially in the younger grades. They don’t “go it alone,” however, as our Liaisons, Sandy Struble and Diana Roberts, make themselves available to answer questions, problem solve, and even help in content areas when necessary.

Online students have access to fine arts and other enrichment opportunities.

WPSD Online Program may be used as a full curriculum, including some music and art, or in combination with many of our campus-based programs. The elementary middle school classes meet one day per week and are specifically designed to complement home-based schooling options. Online and homeschooled middle school and high school students have access to the same enrichment/elective opportunities as campus students.

Generally, there is no cost to families who enroll in the WPSD Online Program, as long as students are enrolled and working on the curriculum by September 15. All students must complete an enrollment packet, available at Gateway Elementary School for elementary students and at the District Office for middle school and high school students. We recommend that students enroll in early August to ensure curriculum will be available by the start of the school year. After September 15th options may only be available with fees.

WPSD will provide some help to get started.

Each family that registers for a full WPSD Online core curriculum (language arts, math, science, and social studies) will be issued a voucher every three years toward the purchase of a computer and/or printer, as well as a $30 monthly voucher to help cover the cost of high-speed internet access. Families will need to pick up the cost of some consumable materials, such as paper, printer ink, and repairs.

Other requirements are bulleted below:

  • WPSD Online students must participate in all District and Colorado State Assessments, including CMAS (grades 3-12), ACT (grade 11), and PLAN (grade 10). CBLA (Colorado Basic Literacy Act) includes DIBLES and STAR Reading, Math and Early Literacy. These assessments monitor students’ progress throughout the year in Grades K-5.
  • Attendance must be kept, but parents have flexibility in scheduling time. Student progress is monitored throughout the year.
  • Frequent communication between parent, student, and online teacher is encouraged to help set goals and discuss progress.
  • Additional services may be provided to students needing literacy support, special education services, etc.

Sandy Struble

Grades K-5 Online & Enrichment Academy Teacher

Gateway & Summit Elementary School




Diana Roberts

Grades 6-12 Online Liaison

Woodland Park High School & Woodland Park Middle School