Student Schedules

 

Current Students: Requesting Schedule Changes

August 13 – 16:   1:00pm to 3:30pm

August 20 – 21:   1:00pm to 3:30pm

August 22 – 28:    Before school, during lunch, after school

**Counselors will not meet with students during instructional time for schedule changes.

Please call Mrs. Rucker at 686-2074 or stop by the Students Services Center (Counseling office) for an appointment time.

 

Students New to Woodland Park School District

August 7:   8:00-11:00am, 1:00 to 3:00pm, 5:00 to 7:00pm

August 8:   8:00-11:00am, 1:00 to 3:30pm

August 13 – 16:  8:00am to 12:30pm

August 22 and following:  call for an appointment

Please call Mrs. Rucker at 686-2074 or stop by the Students Services Center (Counseling office) for an appointment time.

 

WPHS Reorganizes Administration

Woodland Park High School is preparing for the new school year with a new administration team.

WPHS Principal Kevin Burr is the interim principal for the school year. He was twice been named Kansas High School Principal of the Year and has served as an assistant superintendent and superintendent. “Throughout my career I have served in many leadership roles over my 35 years in education, but I realize that I am at my best as a high principal,” Burr said. “I am looking forward to building relationships with staff, students, and the entire WPHS community.”

Karen Hamlow, previously the Instructional Resource Teacher (IRT) the past three years at WPHS, was hired as one of two assistant principals. Cindy Gannon will continue her 10th year as an assistant principal. She has been with WPHS for 21 years.

Sara Lee is now the Dean of Student Services. Beginning her 13th year at WPHS, she has taught Theatre and English classes at WPHS and WPMS.

Joe Roskam, WPHS football coach, is the new Athletic Director. Coach Roskam will continue coaching football along with overseeing the entire WPHS athletic department. He is beginning his 8th year at WPHS.

Tina Cassens continues her position as the Director of Secondary Schools. “I am confident the reorganization of our high school administration will make a positive impact on our staff, students, and entire culture,” Cassens said. “We are looking forward to a great year!”

The first day of school is August 22.