Throughout the last several months, Woodland Joint Unified School District has asked for community input and engagement via several efforts, including the superintendent search process, the kickoff of this year’s LCAP Collaborative and our Career Technical Education, Budget Advisory, Facilities Advisory and Woodland High School Community Stadium committees.
These feedback opportunities have allowed us to hear from more than 400 students, staff, parents, family members and community leaders who are all passionate about ensuring endless possibilities for local youth.
“I would like to thank everyone who has collaborated with us so far this year. It is incredibly important that we continue to engage our community and work together to enhance educational opportunities for our students,” said WJUSD Superintendent Tom Pritchard. “The more families and stakeholders are involved, the better our students will do in school.”