Charter Council Opening

Woodland Charter School will be holding an election for a new Charter Council member to begin their term of service as early as January 2018. Charter Council duties include: school policies, overseeing programs, activities and financial affairs at Woodland. Charter council nominees must have demonstrated a commitment to the mission and purposes of Woodland Charter School, and must have expertise in areas relevant to the needs of the organization including familiarity with Waldorf pedagogy. Ideally, nominees would have experience with community organizing, strategic planning, group process, financial analysis and/or fiscal management.

Interested candidates should express interest and obtain a questionnaire by contacting Charter Council member Jesse McNamara at jesse.mcnamara@woodlandcharterschool.org or Monica in the Woodland office at 541-846-4246.

Nominations can be made by the Charter Council, individual Charter Council members, Parent Council, or voting members and will be collected until November 30th. The election will be held on December 13th, 2017.


Woodland Charter School Needs Your Support!

Thank you for your continued support – Woodland Charter School is thriving because of you! Over the summer we will be putting in another modular building to accommodate our growing population. Because a significant portion of our state-funded tuition (15%) is kept by the district, we will need to raise about $50,000 in the coming year to meet our students’ educational needs. Donations of any amount greatly appreciated!

To make a contribution to Woodland Charter School, use our “Donate” PayPal button below, or send a check/money order to Woodland Charter School, PO Box 740, Murphy, OR 97533.

The recurring payment option in PayPal an easy way to make an ongoing contribution. Woodland Charter School has federally recognized nonprofit status, allowing for your contributions to be tax-deductible.

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Woodland Charter School is a member of the Alliance for Public Waldorf Education guided by the core principles of Public Waldorf Education.