Educational Services is responsible for the overall direction and supervision of all instructional services and programs. Included is the responsibility for the implementation of K-12 academic content standards and the measurement of student achievement of the standards.
In August, 2012, Woodland Joint Unified School District began offering Transitional Kindergarten (TK) to eligible children. TK offers a developmentally age appropriate curriculum for our youngest students in the district and builds a strong foundation for school success. Children who will have their fifth birthday between September 2 and December 2 are eligible. Click here for more information. FACT Sheet
WJUSD State Seal of Biliteracy
The Governing Board desires to publicly recognize students who have demonstrated proficiency in one or more world languages in addition to English in order to ensure broader intercultural understanding and career opportunities. The district shall present the State Seal of Biliteracy to each graduating high school student who has attained a high level of proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing in one or more languages in addition to English. (Education Code 51460-51464).
The district shall affix the seal of biliteracy to the diploma in recognition of the student’s accomplishments and this achievement shall be noted on the student’s transcript. At the discretion of the school principal, students may wear a medallion and/or sash during graduation ceremony depicting their exemplary accomplishments in biliteracy.
For more information, see criteria attached and contact your site counselor or EL specialist to complete an intent form.
School Loop District Wide
The Woodland Joint Unified School District has adopted School Loop in an effort to increase school to home communication and provide increased educational support for students. School Loop is a web based communication network that will open access to school and classroom information, which is necessary to support and increase student achievement district-wide.
In School Loop teachers are able to: communicate with parents and students via a teacher School Loop website and Loop Mail, post homework and classroom assignments, maintain a calendar of events particular to a teacher and/or course, store digital resources for parents and students, and utilize the School Loop gradebook. Parents are able to visit School Loop and monitor: student progress, school news and events, classroom news and events, access homework and classroom assignments, and communicate with all site staff.