DATE: October 28, 2019
Woodburn School District
Woodburn, OR- On Monday, October 28 the Woodburn School District (WSD) was made aware
that at 10:30 a.m. this morning, Nicholas Federico, PE teacher on the Woodburn High School
Campus, was placed under arrest by Marion County Sheriff’s Office for alleged inappropriate
conduct that took place with a former student. Mr. Federico was immediately placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. The District understands that the school community will experience a range of emotions and will provide available resources to support our students, staff and families. Marion County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting the investigation. People with information which may be helpful to the investigation should call the Marion County Sheriff’s tip line at (503) 540 – 8079.
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The Woodburn School District provides a world-class education to over 5,600 students in grades K-12 across four elementary, two middle and five small high schools. We offer challenging academics that include all-day kindergarten, dual language instruction, Advanced Placement courses, and the International Baccalaureate diploma. We embrace innovation in our instructional practices with teams of teachers working together for student progress. Woodburn graduation rates are 12 percent higher than the state average, and even higher for disadvantaged student populations. For more information about Woodburn School District, visit www.woodburnsd.org or like us on Facebook (WSD103).
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