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GREAT Students, AMAZING Staff, OUTSTANDING School!

Welcome to WOODLAND !
100 North Sixth Street, Fairfax, Oklahoma 74637
  918-642-3295       
Ext-100 Superintendent-Fax 918-642-1355 Ext-200-Elementary-Fax 918-642-3280
Ext-102 High School-Fax 918-642-5754 Ext-300-Middle School-Fax 918-738-4287

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Varsity Football Thursday, October 19th  vs. Porter

7:00 pm Hamilton Field


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Braden will run in the State Cross Country Meet on Saturday,

October 21st @ 3:00 – Gordon Cooper Vo-Tech

GOOD LUCK BRADEN!

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October 4th Christina Cox October 15th Yolanda Kuhn
October 6th Tara McKinney October 16th Jackie Pease
October 13th Abby Wade October 19th Chris Jones
October 14th Sandy Batschelett October 20th Lorna Gray

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CHILD NUTRITION MEAL CHARGE POLICY

The Woodland School District offers nutritious school meals to students at a minimal cost.  In order to avoid adversely affecting the school lunch program financially, the School Board establishes policy regarding the charging of school lunches.  Negative student balances affect the ability of the lunch program to operate in a fiscally responsible manner.

  • The Woodland District discourages the charging of student lunches.  Students that have charged meals shall not exceed $50.00 in unpaid charges.  If this amount is exceeded and not paid in a timely manner, then the student will be suspended from all school activities until the balance is paid.  
  • Notices and/or phone calls of unpaid charge balances above $30.00 will be sent to the parents/guardians to avoid the lunch program carrying large unpaid balances.  All communications will be directly with the parent or guardian.  Under no circumstances will a child receive a handstamp, any other physical marking, or notification to show that they have unpaid charge balances. 
  • If no response to unpaid lunch charges is received by the Woodland District from parents/guardians and several attempts are made to collect the balances, all excessive balances may be subject to referral to a collection agency.  
  • Parents who could be eligible are encouraged to apply for Free and Reduced Lunch under the federal government guidelines.  Applications are available at the schools and on the district website.

Students will be treated with courtesy and respect regardless of whether or not the parent has provided payment to the school district.  It is our belief that our students should be fed a regular meal.  Staff members will be instructed to adhere to this policy.  If a staff member fails to adhere to the policy, disciplinary action shall be taken.

Board Approved – August 28, 2017

 

WEATHER FORECAST

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Our School Reach Broadcast System will be utilized to notify
parents/guardians of  any ANNOUNCEMENTS, SCHOOL CLOSINGS or DELAYS.
Please make sure your phone number is ALWAYS updated with the front office. 

If you would like to be added to the contact list, please call our HS office at (918)642-3295 x102.

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