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    How to Stay Informed at West Woodland

    How to Stay Informed

    There are a number of ways to stay informed regarding your child’s education. Information comes from a variety of sources including the school, your child’s classroom, the community and the school district. Read more to find out how you stay in touch with each source.   Don’t have regular access to computer or email?

    Please feel free to let your child’s teacher and Marty Phelps know – we will be happy to have paper copies of any communication sent out via email sent home with your child! Paper copies of SNEAKS and many other forms are available in the front office. If you would like computer access, the library and computer lab computers are available for families of West Woodland students to use before and after school. There is no access to Hotmail on these computers.

    Communication from West Woodland 

    #1 Email is the primary way that West Woodland will share. This will include event information, Principal & PTA communication, emergency school closures & everything in between. To stay informed:
    • Provide an accurate email address on the Verification Form on TCB day
    • Do not “unsubscribe” from any of the emails, or you will be removed from the mailing list.
    • If you suspect you are not receiving these emails, contact Marty Phelps at
    • If you do not have regular access to email, visit Marty Phelps in the front office of West Woodland, or email her at:

    #2 The West Woodland Website: Here you’ll find the school calendar, weekly announcements, lunch menus, parent resources, student activities & much more.

    Communication from Your Child’s Classroom 

    Your child’s teacher will inform you of how he or she will communicate with you.

    Test Scores, Attendance & Library Account 
    (not Grades)

    You can look up your child’s test scores, attendance & library account status for overdue books by logging into the SOURCE.

    Connect with the Community

    PTA Meetings & Newsletter: Meeting times & topics are listed on the school calendar  as they become available
    Facebook -  (like the page to receive updates in your facebook feed)

    Twitter - Follow @codewildcats  - This is used for emergency purposes only, including information regarding school closures and family reunification.

    Yahoo Group - To subscribe, send an email to:

    Communication from the District

    Seattle Public Schools has it’s own set of communication tools similar to what’s listed above, including a newsletter, twitter & facebook accounts, automated calls and email alerts.  For more information on how the district communicates, check: