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.


Welcome to Woodburn School District!

Welcome to the Welcome Center! This building is much more than just another office.

The Welcome Center is frequently the first point of contact for families moving into Woodburn School District. It also functions as the central point for all student registrations in the district, providing accurate and timely data to schools about their incoming students. As such, we are often the face of the district, and strive to provide outstanding service to our students and their families.

The Welcome Center also houses the coordinators for our language programs, homeless program, parent involvement, After-School Club, and various programs, including Title 1A, Title 1C Migrant, Title III English Language Learners, and more. These programs provide valuable support to students with special needs throughout the district.

We strive at the Welcome Center as being friendly, efficient, and courteous. The Welcome Center also connects families to community resources in order to meed their needs. I invite you to join us in our mission of bridging the gap between families and the schools.

Sonia Kool, Director of Instructional Services

Claudia Ramirez-Trejo, Program Secretary

Location:
1390 Meridian Drive,
Woodburn, OR 97071

503.982.4290

 





PreK Promotion from Woodburn School District on Vimeo.

Woodburn School District Preschool students celebrated the end of their first school year at the Woodburn High School Lectorium, Thursday, June 14, 2018. Students from Mrs. Del Carpio, Mrs. Ramirez and Mrs. Falcon classroom performed a few musical numbers for an audience of parents, friends and relatives.