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Woodland High Schools CLC Classes filled gift baskets for each of the board members.
Woodland High Schools CLC Classes filled gift baskets for each of the board members.
Woodland Public Schools recognizes its Board of Directors, community members who dedicate themselves to serving Woodland students (Photo) - 02/03/23

Friday, February 3, 2023-Woodland, WA-Woodland Public Schools recognized its dedicated Board of Directors, including one who will retire at the end of the year after 15 years of service, during a regular board meeting on Thursday, January 26, 2023.

Superintendent Michael Green opened the meeting by recognizing each of the board members for their dedication in helping to oversee the district’s schools. “School districts' elected boards of directors play a crucial role for our communities and our schools,” he said. “These community leaders volunteer to take on the sometimes-daunting task of helping guide school districts with their decisions affecting student learning, professional development and a myriad of other aspects of district operations.”

Green presented each board director with a special certificate recognizing their contributions, and recognized Board President Janice Watts, who, after serving 15 years, will not be able to run for reelection as she has moved outside of her member district. “Janice has dedicated more than a decade to public service, and for that we will be forever grateful,” said Green.

The Directors of Woodland Public Schools Board are:

  • Sarah Stuart, raised in Woodland and a Woodland High School graduate, earned her Bachelor’s Degree in nursing from Linfield College, and has children currently attending Woodland schools. Stuart represents District 1.
  • Janice Watts, raised in Woodland and a Woodland High School graduate, owns Letter Box, a local Woodland Business, and has four children who have attended or are currently attending Woodland’s schools. Watts continues to serve as Board President and represents District 2.
  • Jeff Wray moved to Woodland with his wife and two children 2017 and represents District 3. Wray serves as Board Vice President.
  • Trish Huddleston lives in Woodland with her two children and her partner, and she represents District 4. Huddleston serves as the Board’s Legislative Representative.
  • Tom Guthrie moved to Woodland with his wife and children in 2004. Guthrie represents District 5.

In addition to posters thanking the board made by students from each of the district’s schools and programs, students in Woodland High School’s Career-Life-College classes provided the board members with special gift baskets filled with items created by the students. 

“Our school board members help fulfill our mission statement of ensuring all of our community’s children have full access to an excellent education,” said Superintendent Green. “While we certainly appreciate our board members throughout the year, these annual recognition meetings gives us the chance to offer them at least a small amount of the recognition they truly deserve.”

Learn more about how Woodland Public Schools educates our students and serves the community by visiting our dedicated news webpage at www.woodlandschools.org/news/wsd 


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