Woodland — Teachers from Woodland Public Schools spent parts of their summer developing their teaching skills through professional development opportunities, helping out in their communities, offering students opportunities to make up class credits and preparing for the upcoming school year. Team members from Woodland Primary School attended a special biliteracy institute to prepare for the launch of the school’s Dual Language program this fall. Woodland High School teacher Shari Conditt worked with the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., after being accepted to a special institute for high school civics teachers. Josh Furlong, a paraeducator at Woodland Intermediate School, volunteered as an intern to offer mental health services to people in need in Longview. Keith Clevenger, a math and science teacher at Woodland High School, spent his fourth straight summer teaching summer school in order to give students the opportunity to make up failing grades from the past year.