Greengate School is a special-needs school in Woodland.  The school emphasizes an environment that is physically and emotionally safe for all students, and has staff to provide instruction in academic, social, emotional, behavioral, self-help, and community topics, while also addressing vocational and recreational needs.  Their programs run with help and input from parents, caregivers, student volunteers, community members and administrators.

"The goal for all students is to engage in multiple opportunities for meaningful practice of functional life skills."  Aspects of this education include:

  • Community Based Instruction
  • Gardening
  • Recycling
  • Meal Preparation
  • Home and Life Skills
  • Indoor and Outdoor Recreation
  • Mobility Opportunities Via Education (MOVE Program)
  • Integration and Inclusion with nearby comprehensive campuses


Questions?  Contact:

Debra Johnsen,
Principal.  530-668-3854

Rosalva Wisterman, Administrative Secretary.   530-668-3851