Strategic Planning Initiative

Creating a vision for our children’s future.

Federal Way Public Schools has embarked on a Strategic Planning Initiative to develop the vision and direction for enhancing student achievement and success in the coming years.

The strategic plan will be our roadmap toward a future vision and provides unity, clarity and direction to the important work of the district.

In developing our plan, the District will use an approach that is inclusive and intentional and values all voices, and will continuously engage all stakeholders within the Federal Way Public Schools community.

This work must be collectively developed by members of our greater school community. There will be many opportunities to provide input on the Strategic Plan over the course of the year. The online survey is the initial effort to gather input, a series of forums for students, families and communities is another opportunity for participation.

We hope you’ll join in shaping what our school system should do and be for our community’s children.

There is a transportation shuttle service  to the January 14 Community Forum.  Transportation shuttle services to Sacajawea Middle School will be provided from Woodmont K-8.

Woodmont K-8
26454 16th Ave. S
Des Moines, WA 98198

Buses will depart the pick-up locations at 5 p.m., from the front of the school.
Buses will depart Sacajawea Middle School 15 minutes after the Forum concludes.

Community Forums info on the web

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How to activate your Parent VUE Account

Need help logging into Grades Online/Parent Vue?

Welcome Letter from our new Principal Dr. Jordanne Nevin

Traffic Revision- Right Turn Only Revision

Thank you voters!

Safe Arrival Program

Safe Arrival Program-KOREAN

Safe Arrival Program-RUSSIAN

Safe Arrival Program-SPANISH

Safe Arrival Program Letter to Families


What does FERPA do for you and your child? Please click on the attached link to learn more. Also, we have FERPA forms in the Woodmont office.  For more information on the The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA)* please go to

FERPA English 2015-16


Woodmont K-8 School provides students with a warm, safe, and supportive environment that enables them to continually work toward improved academic achievement. This school serves a multi-ethnic population of 420 students. This diverse student population gives everyone connected with the school the rich opportunity to learn about world cultures. Read on…

Keeping up with the Thunderbird

Upcoming Events  

On Wednesday, December 15th from 12:00-12:20 Dr. Tammy Campbell, FWPS Superintendent, will be visiting Woodmont and meeting with parents.  Please arrive at 11:50 to sign in at the front office.  The meeting will be held in the  Library.  If you plan on attending please contact Belin Solis, Family Liaison @ or 253-945-4505.  All are welcome to join. 

 Upcoming Events

January- Kindergarten Registration Begins


February 1 to 29 and April 1 to April 29
Choice Enrollment Begins; Secondary Feb. 1 to Feb. 29 and
Elementary April 1 to April 29
February 11-Math Game Night!! 6 – 7:30 PM
New News Regarding Early Release Dates
The district has changed from Late
Start Days to Early Release Days.
The Early Release time will be
1:15 PM. Bus information will be
determined soon, we will let you
know ASAP.
The dates are set as
February 24, 2016
March 16, 2016
March 30, 2016
April 13, 2016
April 27, 2016
May 11, 2016
May 25, 2016
June 1, 2016

5th Grade Transition Night

Highly Capable -timeline-2015-2016

Create Your Own Involvement Plan

Create Your Own Involvement Plan Spanish

School Supply List 2015-2016

District Calendar 2015-2016

The Battle of the Books 2016


Free the Children

A huge thank you to everyone!  Woodmont K-8 Schools’s donation of $1099.86 in support of Alternative Income goats project has been matched to a community in need in India.

To see how your donation is making a difference on the ground, please visit this country blog:

Lunch Menus    New Prices for School Meals 2015-2016

Staff Latest News – Standard Based Education Updated

How to talk to your student’s teachers about Standards-Based Education

How to talk to your student about Standards-Based Education

Talking About Violence with Young Children

6-8 Grade Retake Policy

Middle School Math Retest Policy

Re-doing a math quiz

Math Reflection

Family Partnerships

“The Family & Community
Partnership Office is collecting success stories in connection with great
family school partnerships. If you are a teacher, school staff member or
parent, and have a positive partnership experience to share, please contact the
Family Partnership Advocate, Trise Moore at or call

Grade-Level Expectations

Kids Count K-1

Kids Count 2-3

Kids Count 4-5

Emergency Weather Information

Emergency Bus Routes


If you are interested in volunteering at school, or joining your child’s class on a field trip, you must complete the Washington State Patrol Background Clearance form. Clearance can take up to 2 weeks.

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