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November 19th – 23rd
|November 7th||Pam Sherrill||November 13th||Carleta Ehler|
|November 8th||Casey Goad||November 18th||Missy Keeler|
|November 21st||Ginger Johnston|
Bus drivers needed! Must be willing to acquire CDL with passenger endorsement.
Contact Sandy Parker at (918)857-3044.
Substitute for any position
If you are interested in serving as a substitute for Woodland Public Schools
next year, please contact the Superintendent's office at (918) 642-3295 X100.
Below is a link to the Oklahoma Academic Standards:
Below is a link to the Woodland Public Schools Drug Testing Policy:
The Oklahoma School Testing Program has set up a Parent/Student Portal which parents and students can use to access state-mandated assessment scores for grades 3-8.
To register to use the portal, a parent or student will need the 10-digit Student State ID, which is found on the online gradebook. You will also be asked for the birthdate of the student. After entering the 10-digit Student State ID and birthdate, you will be asked to supply an email address and password so you can access the portal later as needed.
To register or access the portal, visit: https://okparentportal.emetric.net
To access your child’s 10 digit Student State ID on Gradebook, go to www.woodland.k12.ok.us. Scroll to the bottom right and click on Gradebook. Your child’s username and password were mailed home earlier this school year.
The parentportal can be typed in or is accessible on the Woodland website at www.woodland.k12.ok.us
Please contact Shelly Doshier if you need help or have questions at (918)642-3295 x301.