Come one, come all to the first ever Woodland Virtual Variety Show!
We are a learning community that promotes the growth of well-rounded citizens. We believe all students can learn, collaborate, create, and grow.
District 196 is moving forward with planning for Kindergarten Bridge to School. For updated program information and to register, please click here to learn more.
Our Community Education program is working hard every day to ensure a variety of learning opportunities for your engagement, enrichment and inspiration! Check out what's in store for summer.
In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week the Woodland PTO and community would like to say thank you fro all that our dedicated teaching staff does on a daily basis to make Woodland Elementary the great school it is. Please enjoy a video highlighting some of the ways they make a difference in the lives of students.
There will be no distance learning May 1 and 4, however free meals will still be available. Also, students will be able to keep devices this summer.
All cocurricular activities and on-site events are also canceled. Alternate plans for graduation are currently being discussed.
Based on the addition of new safety and security improvements, the benefit of key features and our familiarity with the system, the district has decided to continue using Zoom.
The national Schoology and Seesaw support teams are monitoring the situation and working hard to minimize any disruptions to service to member districts.
We are committed to the goal of providing meaningful learning opportunities and personalized connections between students/families and teachers/school staff during this time.
Free meals will be available at five school locations or dropped off at neighborhood sites around District 196.
Transcript of Superintendent Mary Kreger's latest update to families regarding COVID-19.
In response to Governor Walz’ executive order, all of our schools and buildings are closed until at least Monday, March 30. Only essential staff will be in the buildings.
In the event schools will remain closed after spring break, the district will implement its e-learning plan. Options are available for students and staff who do not have access to reliable internet.
Grab-and-go meals will be available March 16-20, and child care is being offered only for children of health care workers and emergency personnel.
This includes all programs and activities. Teachers will not be providing instruction this week. School buildings will be open Monday, March 16 from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. to allow families to collect necessary items.