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Our mission:

With the realization that all students can learn, our school will strive to teach our students the intellectual, physical, creative, emotional, and social skills necessary for productive citizenship.


High school students and parents check out Mrs. Walker's webpage for helpful information! Go to school directory at the top, then click on high school and choose Mrs. Walker.

Dear Parents:
The Iowa High School Athletic Association and the NFHS is excited to announce a campaign to showcase the tremendous value high school sports and activities bring to students. Their campaign, #MyReasonWhy, highlights engaging stories told by students, parents, coaches, officials and communitymembers. We all know that high school sports and activities help students do more than build skill and character development; participation in sports and activities gives students a sense of self and community-and research shows that 92 percent of parents are in agreement that participation in sports and activities leads to healthier lifestyles later in life.
IHSAA needs your help capturing stories from Iowa to share with a nationwide audience by encouraging students, parents, coaches, officials and thcommunity members to share their reasons for participating and influential moments-big or small-using the hashtag #MyReasonWhy.
They're also collecting stories at http://nfhs.org/myreasonwhy to feature on their site and social channels, in advertising and in public displays and high schools across the country.
Watch their campaign video and learn more at http://nfhs.org/myreasonwhy 
They greatly appreciate your support and thank you for your time.

School Starts
August 23rd!

8th graduation Slideshow 2017 

Click on Link below to checkout the 8th Grade TAG Project!
8th grade TAG
From Mr. DeStigter: Middle School Athletics



2017/18 Activity Pass prices including summer activities:
Student Pass: $80
Adult Passes - $140
Senior Pass: $15

Athletic Forms:
ALL 4 Forms MUST be turned into the office in order to participate in 2017-18 Athletics.
2. Athletic_Physical_Form.pdf
4. GOOD CONDUCT POLICY 2017-18.docx

Family Health Care of Siouxland Moville Clinic will be doing sport physicals at the clinic for those entering grades 7-12.
Thur 7-20  1-3pm
Thur 7-27 10-11:30am
First come first served
$30 payment
(completed participation questionnaire due at time of exam)
Questions: CALL (7120-873-5225

Football Schedule

Updated Sports Schedules can be found on : 

    KP/WC TLC Web Page 

WC Stadium Chairs are available in the WC Office - $50.00

Iowa Department of Educations Public Feed Back Info for Science Standards

click on : Varsity Jacket
scroll to: Woodbury Central
then start designing your jacket

Wall of Fame
Hauff Sporting Goods

Northwestern College Traveling Volleyball Camp
June 5-8
Middle School (1:00-3:00) Cost: $55
High School (9:00-12:00) Cost: $75
Northwestern College Traveling Volleyball Camp
June 5-8
Middle School (1:00-3:00) Cost: $55
High School (9:00-12:00) Cost: $75
Northwestern College Traveling Volleyball Camp
June 5-8
Middle School (1:00-3:00) Cost: $55
High School (9:00-12:00) Cost: $75
MS/HS Bulletin 5/26/17
Posted on 05/26/2017
MS/HS Bulletin 5/25/17
Posted on 05/25/2017
MS/HS Bulletin 5/24/17
Posted on 05/24/2017
MS/HS Bulletin 5/23/17
Posted on 05/23/2017
MS/HS Bulletin 5/22/17
Posted on 05/22/2017


Non-Discrimination Statement

It is the policy of the Woodbury Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age (for employment), marital status (for programs), sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status (for programs) in its educational programs and its employment practices. There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination. If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact Doug Glackin at 408 S. 4th Street, Moville, IA, phone: 712-873-3128, dglackin@woodbury-central.k12.ia.us.

The board requires all persons, agencies, vendors, contractors and other persons and organizations doing business with or performing services for the school district to subscribe to all applicable federal and state laws, executive orders, rules and regulations pertaining to contract compliance and equal opportunity.

Code No.   102

Bullying and Harassment Policy.docx
Complaint and Grievance Procedures.docx
Board members:

Brad Koele: bkoele@woodburyrec.com

Eric Nelson: (712) 540-5633 - efarrisnelson@gmail.com

Gary Frafjord: frafjord@wiatel.net

Jeanene Sampson: jpsampson@yahoo.com

Ryan Kluender: kluenderr@wiatel.net

Steve Steffen: thesteffens@wiatel.net(712) 873-3960

Scott Lamp: sjqclamp@wiatel.net, (712) 873-5473

Link to board Policy and Board Minutes: https://sites.google.com/a/woodbury-central.k12.ia.us/school-board-packet/