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Donation funds Woodland school building

The Columbian
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WOODLAND: TEAM High School received a $22,000 donation, which the school used to add a multipurpose facility, at right, for additional student learning and services.
WOODLAND: TEAM High School received a $22,000 donation, which the school used to add a multipurpose facility, at right, for additional student learning and services. Photo Gallery

WOODLAND — Woodland Public Schools’ alternative high school, TEAM High School, received a $22,000 donation from the John Moffitt Charitable Foundation to procure and install an additional portable facility on the school’s grounds. The second building will offer specialized education, increase course offerings and provide free meals for students. The donation was made after Jillian Domingo and Elizabeth “Liz” Vallaire, teachers there, wrote a proposal for the grant. “With the new space, we can provide multisensory, multifaceted approaches to learning for students with special needs who process information differently neurologically; these students can now be served using specialized instruction,” Domingo said in a news release. The facility was installed in December.

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