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Spectators watch the boys shot put competition Wednesday during the Southwest Washington Middle School League championship meet at Woodland High School. After a double levy vote failure, Woodland Public Schools is expected to be without $3 million in supplemental funding in 2024 and will lose several staff and student programs -- including track and field.

Levy failure for Woodland Public Schools clouds future of more than just athletics

Spectators watch the boys shot put competition Wednesday during the Southwest Washington Middle School League championship meet at Woodland High School. After a double levy vote failure, Woodland Public Schools is expected to be without $3 million in supplemental funding in 2024 and will lose several staff and student programs -- including track and field.

May 12, 2023, 6:03am Clark County News

Bright sun, a taste of summer heat, a buzzing crowd of excited parents and anxious student-athletes: the scene at Woodland High School on Wednesday was a typical spring sight in this sports-loving small town just north of the Lewis River. Read story

Woodland holds Family Fun Nights, like this one at the middle school held on April 13, to get families involved in student learning.

Teamwork boosts learning in Woodland Public Schools

Woodland holds Family Fun Nights, like this one at the middle school held on April 13, to get families involved in student learning.

April 29, 2023, 5:14am Community

Woodland Public Schools’ learning coaches are using collaboration, data analysis and innovative teaching techniques to help teachers improve student learning lost during the pandemic. Read story

Woodland High School  (Alisha Jucevic/The Columbian)

Woodland schools measure still too close to call

Woodland High School  (Alisha Jucevic/The Columbian)

April 28, 2023, 3:00pm Clark County News

Woodland Public Schools’ replacement levy appears to still be failing by the slimmest of margins, now behind by just 32 votes, 1,990 to 2,022. The measure requires a simple majority to pass. Read story

The Washougal School District Administrative Offices.

Washougal School District measures pass, Woodland Public Schools’ still uncertain

The Washougal School District Administrative Offices.

April 26, 2023, 4:21pm Clark County News

Two critical replacement funding measures for the Washougal School District have passed with resounding support in Wednesday afternoon’s election update. Read story

The Washougal School District predicted big cuts to programs from athletics to arts if its operations and capital facilities and technology levies failed for a second time in 2023. Both passed in the April special election.

Schools measures passing in Washougal, trailing in Woodland

The Washougal School District predicted big cuts to programs from athletics to arts if its operations and capital facilities and technology levies failed for a second time in 2023. Both passed in the April special election.

April 25, 2023, 9:06pm Clark County News

Funding measures for two small districts in Southwest Washington saw a mixed bag of results Tuesday, with two levies in the Washougal School District strongly leading in initial returns and a measure in Woodland Public Schools trailing by 37 votes. Read story

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This bacon and blue cheese salad prepared by fourth- grader Ruxson Guajardo was named the winner of the Woodland elementary school Chefs of America Cooking competition.

Woodland elementary students compete in Future Chefs of America

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This bacon and blue cheese salad prepared by fourth- grader Ruxson Guajardo was named the winner of the Woodland elementary school Chefs of America Cooking competition.

April 22, 2023, 5:07am Community

Woodland elementary school students competed in the annual Future Chefs of America event by cooking their own recipes in Woodland High School’s commercial-grade kitchen for judging by a panel of guest judges as well as sharing samples with all attendees on March 29. Read story

Trying to pay your utility bills in Woodland? Here’s the hiccup

April 20, 2023, 7:51pm Business

Woodland’s utility billing portal outage has entered its seventh day after servers belonging to the company that manages the small town’s utility payment system crashed last Friday. Read story

Lue Morgan (pictured on the far right) a senior at Woodland Public Schools' alternative TEAM High School, recently organized a poetry slam as a way for them and their classmates to have an opportunity to share their creativity and to have their voices heard.

Woodland student organizes poetry slam for classmates to share inspiring poetry

Lue Morgan (pictured on the far right) a senior at Woodland Public Schools' alternative TEAM High School, recently organized a poetry slam as a way for them and their classmates to have an opportunity to share their creativity and to have their voices heard.

April 15, 2023, 5:02am Community

Lue Morgan, a senior at Woodland Public Schools’ alternative TEAM High School, organized an evening poetry slam as a way for them and their classmates to have an opportunity to share their creativity and to have their voices heard on the evening of March 1. Read story

A landslide sent debris across all northbound lanes of Interstate 5 north of Woodland on Monday afternoon.

Intense rain cited in I-5 landslide that closed northbound freeway

A landslide sent debris across all northbound lanes of Interstate 5 north of Woodland on Monday afternoon.

April 11, 2023, 5:46pm Clark County News

State Treasurer Mike Pellicciotti was getting ready to make the drive back to Olympia after a day in Vancouver when he got word that all of northbound Interstate 5 near Woodland was blocked due to a landslide. Read story

3rd Congressional District Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, D-Skamania, right, listens to  U.S. Department of Agriculture undersecretary Xochitl Torres Small answer a question Tuesday during a roundtable at Our American Roots farm in Woodland.

Gluesenkamp Perez, USDA undersecretary look at broadband expansion

3rd Congressional District Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, D-Skamania, right, listens to  U.S. Department of Agriculture undersecretary Xochitl Torres Small answer a question Tuesday during a roundtable at Our American Roots farm in Woodland.

April 7, 2023, 3:25pm Clark County News

Woodland and Kalama projects are in the works to bring high-speed internet to rural and remote homes that have never been connected before. Read story