The Woodburn School District provides a
world class education to 5,600+ students
in grades K-12 across four elementary,
two middle and five small high schools.

Our Mission

Our promise is to engage, inspire, and prepare all students to learn and lead in a global society.

Our Vision

Woodburn School District is an outstanding multilingual school district, which motivates and empowers all students to succeed.

We Value

  • Accountability
  • Civic Responsibility
  • Diversity
  • Equality
  • Family
  • Integrity
  • Learning
  • Multilingualism
  • Parent-Community Partnerships
  • Safety
  • The Individual

Apr
25
Wed
SMILE Club Meeting
Apr 25 @ 3:20 pm – 5:00 pm
Apr
26
Thu
Class Picture Day at Lincoln Elementary
Apr 26 all-day

Classrooms will take a class picture on Thursday, April 26, 2018.

Flyers will be sent home with information on how to purchase a class picture.

 

Track vs. Valor, Sweet Home, Lebanon @ Woodburn High School @ Woodburn High School
Apr 26 @ 3:45 pm – 5:45 pm
  • Dismiss @ 2:45pm, depart 3:00pm (not all athletes are able to travel due to grades and limited space in meet)
Senior Symposium @ Large Commons
Apr 26 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Apr
27
Fri
5/27 Lincoln Elementary Variety Show
Apr 27 @ 12:45 pm – 2:15 pm

Variety Show

The annual variety show of student music, singing, dance and other acts will be held on April 27, 2018, 12:45-2:15 PM. 

 

 

All students are invited to tryout, but there will be a limited number of slots in the variety show due to time constraints. We appreciate your assistance in helping your child understand that not all individuals/groups that tryout were be selected.

WHS Theatre Presents Sin Miedo @ Woodburn High School Lectorium
Apr 27 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Woodburn High School Theatre is proud to announce their upcoming production of an original bilingual play featuring contemporary stories of Woodburn. Created by Woodburn High School students, the play is titled Sin Miedo. This play, devised and written by WACA theatre students, has been in development for almost a year. Though fictional, the story line is based on interviews of real Woodburn residents and centers around the events surrounding the 2016 election and the ICE scare that followed.

The play follows Maricela, a Woodburn High School freshman, about to turn 15. She is being pressured by her family, especially her grandmother, to hold onto Mexican tradition and plan her quinceanera. However, she is deeply conflicted about the idea and its ramifications for her identity and relationships. When ICE agents make some arrests in the Woodburn community, fear rises and only heightens Maricela’s inner conflict.

This story is interwoven with true, first-hand accounts and responses from the performers. The show is recommended for middle school age and older.

The production features a diverse cast and crew representing all four schools on the Woodburn High School campus. Fourteen student actors appear onstage, featuring Fayina Mametieff as Maricela, Evelyn Ramirez as Rosa and Brenda Ortega as Matilde. Each performance will be followed by a brief talk-back with the actors and creators of the show.

For more information or for group seating reservations, please contact Caleb Thurston (cthurston@woodburnsd.org; 503-980-6275.)

https://sites.google.com/woodburnsd.org/waca/sin-miedo?authuser=0

Apr
28
Sat
Dia del Niño/Day of the Child @ Woodburn High School Campus
Apr 28 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
WHS Theatre Presents Sin Miedo @ Woodburn High School Lectorium
Apr 28 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Woodburn High School Theatre is proud to announce their upcoming production of an original bilingual play featuring contemporary stories of Woodburn. Created by Woodburn High School students, the play is titled Sin Miedo. This play, devised and written by WACA theatre students, has been in development for almost a year. Though fictional, the story line is based on interviews of real Woodburn residents and centers around the events surrounding the 2016 election and the ICE scare that followed.

The play follows Maricela, a Woodburn High School freshman, about to turn 15. She is being pressured by her family, especially her grandmother, to hold onto Mexican tradition and plan her quinceanera. However, she is deeply conflicted about the idea and its ramifications for her identity and relationships. When ICE agents make some arrests in the Woodburn community, fear rises and only heightens Maricela’s inner conflict.

This story is interwoven with true, first-hand accounts and responses from the performers. The show is recommended for middle school age and older.

The production features a diverse cast and crew representing all four schools on the Woodburn High School campus. Fourteen student actors appear onstage, featuring Fayina Mametieff as Maricela, Evelyn Ramirez as Rosa and Brenda Ortega as Matilde. Each performance will be followed by a brief talk-back with the actors and creators of the show.

For more information or for group seating reservations, please contact Caleb Thurston (cthurston@woodburnsd.org; 503-980-6275.)

https://sites.google.com/woodburnsd.org/waca/sin-miedo?authuser=0

Apr
30
Mon
Seal of Biliteracy Recognition Night @ Woodburn High School Commons
Apr 30 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
WHS Campus Seal of Biliteracy Ceremony
Apr 30 @ 6:30 pm