Woodland Joint Unified School District

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About the District

Woodland Joint Unified School District (WJUSD) was formed in July 1965, when it united local elementary and high school districts. The District is comprised of 26 schools, ranging from preschool to senior high school instruction, and more than 1,000 teachers and staff members. In addition to core programs, the District offers curriculum for English Language Learners, special needs, gifted and talented, preschool, independent study, and home schooling students, as well as a variety of adult programs. 

WJUSD is governed by a seven-member Board of Trustees, and serves an ethnic and culturally enriched population in a 305-square-mile-area that serves students in Woodland, Knights Landing, Yolo and Zamora.

 
WJUSD Quick Facts 
Number of Students - 10,853 (at the beginning of the 2016-17 school year)
Number of Teachers and Staff - 1,145 (2015-16 school year)
2016-17 Operating Budget - $107 million
Preschool Sites - 6
Transitional Kindergarten Sites -5 
Elementary Schools - 11 
Middle Schools - 2 
High Schools - 3