Program offerings for fall term include the following:
Please register at the
1390 Meridian Drive
Woodburn, OR 97071
Monday-Friday from 9AM-4PM
This program is funded through various title programs and through 21st Century Grant programs, therefore all families in Woodburn may participate!
*All program offering, instructors, content and availability is subject to cancellation or change without notice.
FamU runs from 6-8:30 PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
For updated information, please visit our calendar bit.ly/famucal.
Parents in the GED, Sign Language, and Beginning Literacy Class attend that class for two hours. Parents learning English in the beginning, intermediate, or advanced ESL classes have one hour of instructor time and one hour of English practice in the Rosetta Stone learning lab.
Parent classes offer leveled instruction. During registration, parents complete a test to determine their readiness and instructional level. Based on that assessment parents may be placed into one of four cohorts: beginning literacy, beginning English, Intermediate English, Advanced English, or GED. Parents who graduate that part of the program may continue their learning in the American Sign Language class or pick-up another language in the Rosetta Stone Language Lab.
Students may come take classes that are preparatory for the GED. Upon Compton of the class, students are given a diagnostic to determine if they are ready to take the official GED exams. Those that are ready are encourage to take them. The Woodburn Chemeketa Center is an official GED testing site. The student generally pays for the test fee.
All children grades 1-5 have one hour of academic support and one hour of enrichment. The academic support is provided by highly-qualified staff, including at least one licensed teacher, and is in the area of mathematics or reading. Enrichment options vary each week, and may include (but are not limited to) art, PE, games, robotics, girl scouts, etc.
All PreK and Kinder and teen classes are two hours in length. Classes are taught by highly-qualified teachers and also local Pre-K specialist teachers. All PreK/Kinder classes are intentionally designed to be highly engaging and not simply “more of the same” that they get during the regular day. All students who attend must be potty-trained and out of diapers prior to participating.
Teens grades 6-12 may either volunteer to help in a class or a project, work on homework, receiving tutoring support, or attend English or ASL classes (pre-approval required).
Phone: 503.982.4290 / Fax: 503.982.3634
Classes: Lincoln Elementary School, 1041 N Boones Ferry Rd, Woodburn, OR 97071
Office: Welcome Center: 1390 Meridian Drive, Woodburn, OR 97071
Each title and grant will provide funding focused on its specific population and objectives, with the overall goal of meeting the needs of Woodburn Families.
FamU will provide coffee and pastries for adults and presenters in attendance. Dinner will be provided to all students (PreK-12) attending the program.
The FamU Symposiums offer quarterly and one-time presenters an opportunity to meet with parents at FamU. Kindergarten and Pre-K continue during symposiums, and alternative activities are available for students attending the symposium. A schedule of symposium events will be announced prior to the event. Community organizations are encouraged to apply to attend and will be given a display booth.
FamU is cancelled whenever school is cancelled in the district due to reasons of inclement weather, etc. Please check the school website or our announcements feed (below) for details.
There are several ways to find out what is going on at FamU!
The website provides general information and overview for FamU.
Twitter: General announcements and useful information are available on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/woodburnschools
Remind: We will be using Remind to push out closure and other important data to FamU attendees. All registered participants are automatically added. You may also subscribe here: https://www.remind.com/join/wsdfamu
Email list: Get on our email listerve: Click http://ethreemail.com/subscribe?g=29cb0e4f to subscribe to updates!
Special Accommodations / Non Discrimination
Woodburn School District meeting locations are accessible to persons with disabilities. A request for an interpreter for the hearing impaired, or for other accommodations for persons with disabilities, should be made at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting. Please contact Peppi Kosikowski, Assistant HR Specialist at 503-981.2713.
The Woodburn School District recognizes the diversity and worth of all individuals and groups. It is the policy of the Woodburn School District to comply with state and federal laws and promote nondiscrimination and an environment free of harassment of individuals or groups based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, marital status, age, or disability in any educational programs, activities or employment.
Additionally, the Woodburn School District 103 complies with provisions of the various civil rights laws, such as the Fair Employment Practices Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Title IX Regulations and section 504 of PL 93.112 in employment, educational programs and activities.
All Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs in this school district will be open to all students. The District will take steps to ensure that the lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in CTE Programs.
Dana Christie Coordinator, Title II & Section 504 (503) 981-2726 1390 Meridian Drive, Woodburn, OR 97071
Casey Woolley Coordinator, Title IX (503 ) 981-2612 1390 Meridian Drive, Woodburn, OR 97071