FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Woodland, Calif., November 15, 2018 –
In the Woodland joint Unified School District, the wellness and safety of our students and staff remains our top priority. After careful consideration, continuous monitoring of air quality conditions across our District, and thoughtful planning to meet the needs of our students and staff, WJUSD officials have made a decision to close all of its school sites and offices effective Friday, November 16, 2018 along with all K-12 school districts in Yolo County. The decision to close all District schools and offices during these extraordinary conditions was taken very seriously.
Schools and offices remained open today to provide all students a safe learning environment and to ensure they were supervised and fed. The District has been following the recommendations of public health officials to keep students and staff indoors and limit exposure to smoky air.
Schools will be closed next week for a regularly scheduled break (November 19-23) and will resume on Monday, November 26, 2018. Employees scheduled to work next week should maintain contact with their direct supervisor to determine if and when they need to report for work.
Woodland Joint Unified School District