Youth Directory

It is the Mission of the Woodland Public School District to educate all students to excel in their chosen endeavors while becoming productive members of society.

Special Services supports Diverse Support Program K-12, Partners in Transition Program (PIT) 18-21, English Language Learners (ELL), Highly Capable (Hi C), Learning Assistance Program (LAP) Reading at Woodland Primary, Intermediate, and Yale school, Occupational and Physical Therapy, School Nurse, School Psychologists, Special Education, Special Education Preschool, Speech and Language Services, and Title 1 Reading and Math at Woodland Middle School.

The mission of TEAM High School is to provide a different path for students to experience success and accomplishment in school, preparing them to hold a productive place in their communities. TEAM High School supports the Woodland School District's mission by providing a nontraditional educational program.

There are opportunities for employment driven training available through WorkSource Cowlitz/ Wahkiakum for both Dislocated Workers and Low Income Adults. For more information on eligibility requirements and training opportunities available.

Yale Elementary School is served by 3 teachers, 3 support staff and numerous parent volunteers. Classrooms are multi-aged, utilizing thematic units and cross-grade activities that work well in this small, family-like setting.

We know that lasting personal and social change comes about when we all work together. That’s why, at the Y, strengthening community is our cause.  Every day, we work side-by-side with our neighbors to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive.

Our mission is to promote positive change in a child and family's life by engaging and linking them to resources that will result in success in school, having positive friends, a healthy home life and being involved in positive activities.

Youth and Family Link provides a comprehensive program to ensure that children and families have access to, and receive, primary health care and mental health care.  Programs are developed through cooperative planning with community groups and local providers in the healthcare and treatment fields.  Exercise, diet, education, positive socialization and best practice treatments help youth and families to live healthy lives. We believe that: Our Services should be affordable and accessible to those who need them; Children and families should have access to resources to improve their lives; Services should be accessible, not just available, to all who need them.

YSPP is a suicide prevention education program focusing on youth. It sponsors awareness trainings for communities and professionals and has produced curricula for elementary, middle, and high school students. The YSPP website, www.yspp.org, includes fact sheets, awareness materials, resource lists for adults and youth, and special sections for LGBTQ youth.

As young people work toward finishing their high school education and begin thinking about their future, many realize that they lack the skills employers desire. Without skills, youth remain stuck in low paying jobs with very little hope for advancement. The Youth Workforce Program is designed to assist young people from Clark and Cowlitz Counties as they begin employment or complete their secondary or post-secondary education.

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