ANNOUNCEMENT FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT
Dear Parents, Students, Staff, and Community,
During Governor Asa Hutchinson’s daily briefing yesterday, school districts were directed to start no earlier than August 24, 2020 and no later than August 26, 2020.
The Woodlawn School District (WSD) administrative staff are discussing options for School Year (SY) 2021. We will be seeking additional information from our school staff and the Woodlawn Board of Education before an official announcement will be presented. I want to thank you for your patience realizing we just received this information yesterday.
The administration desperately wants to give our patrons more concrete decisions, but guidance from state and federal agencies change daily. Our goal is to continue to provide our students with the best educational experience in the safest environment.
We will continue to provide the latest guidance and updates as they are presented from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Arkansas Department of Health (ADH), Division of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) and Arkansas Activities Association (AAA). We are informing our coaches of the latest safety precautions and guidance, and they are communicating procedures to athletes.
Again, THANK YOU for your patience and understanding! We want the best and safest return to school for our students, staff, and community.
Notice: For those still interested in getting a yearbook for the 2019-2020 school year you may do so at this link: Yearbookforever.com
Woodlawn School District
Parent Engagement Summary
The Woodlawn Public School district, in collaboration with parents, established a parental involvement plan that establishes the district’s expectations for parental involvement, and includes programs and practices that enhance parental involvement and reflect the specific needs of students and families. The Woodlawn School District is excited to share above our Parent Engagement summary of the engagement plan. Ark. Code Ann. § 6-15-1704(a); Rules Section 3.02
Woodlawn Elementary and High Schools have a free, anonymous, and safe reporting service for bullying, harassment, or any other types of suspicious or illegal activities available for students or parents/guardians to report to school administrators in a confidential manner.
Follow These Easy Steps
1. Go to AnonymousTips.com
2. Click the “Send Tips” Link
3. Create Your Tip and Submit