Woodland Middle School

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     We still have some yearbooks available.    The cost is $25.00 and will be sold until they are gone.    If you have not purchased a yearbook for your student this is the last chance.   
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School Information

 Monday Late Start:   School Starts at 9:10

Office Hours: 7:30 am - 3:30 pm

School Day: 7:55am - 2:40 pm

Principal: Dave Serwat

Assistant Principal: Heather Somers

Counselors: Jaime Valenzuela,  Corey Brown


Kate Brostrom, Office Manager

Debbie Dotson, Assistant Treasurer

Patrice Cory, Registrar/Attendance

Woodland Middle School: 667- 5996 (fax) 667-5997

District Office: 664-8241


8th Grade Trip “2016”


7th grade students can now register for next year’s 8th grade trip and travel on THIS YEAR’S PRICES if registered by July 1, 2015!!  (SIGN UP today!)


To celebrate the end of the school year, 8th grade students have an opportunity to take a fun and educational trip to Washington DC and New York City.  This is an exciting opportunity for 8th graders who are interested in traveling with their friends to celebrate the end of Middle School. The trip dates are June 12-17, 2015. The trip is booked through School Tours of America and is not affiliated with the School District. The trip price is all inclusive except for spending money. Parents are invited to come for an extra fee. For registration form and more information about the trip click HERE .

Contact Pam Westberg at 208-661-5503 or email at pwestberg@cdaschools.org.


Work Hard, Have Fun, Be Nice, and Learn for life.
We believe in the mission of the Coeur d'Alene School District, which is to "provide every student an academically excellent education".
 We believe parent and community involvement is essential for a positive school climate. We also believe that a vital element in classroom experience is the classroom teacher, who is:
. . . the catalyst in the student’s exploration of new fields
. . . responsible for academic growth
. . . committed to encouraging personal growth
. . . dedicated to excellence
. . . held accountable for their education