Delaware Division of Public Health Ebola Updates
Community Eligibility Provision in School Nutrition Programs
Beginning with the school year 2014-2015, students that attend Woodbridge School District will be able to eat school breakfast and/or lunch at no cost due to USDA’s Community Eligibility Provision.
Community Eligibility Provision was enacted as a result of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act 2010 and provides universal meal service to students in schools/districts that qualify. The CEP is an alternative to collecting, approving, and verifying household eligibility applications for free and reduced price meal benefits. If a school has an Identified Student Percentage of at least 40, the entire school qualifies for the CEP.
Good nutrition can contribute to the academic success of students. USDA encourages districts/schools that qualify for the CEP to consider this option and the many benefits it provides:
For more information, please contact Bonnie C. Workman, Coordinator for Woodbridge Food Services at
We are proud to announce that we have won the award for the Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association (DIAA) State Champions in Sportsmanship. This is the fourth time Woodbridge High School has received this award and the sixth time for Phillis Wheatley Middle School!
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WOODBRIDGE EMPLOYMENT APPLICANT NOTICE
The Woodbridge School District utilizes a variety of sources to publish openings within the District including print media, postings sent to other agencies, and websites. The preferred method of application is located at the NEW State of Delaware applicant site: Join Delaware Schools .
Applicants can fill out the online application and resume that will be sent directly to the Personnel Office. The more traditional “hard copy” application is also available at the Woodbridge School District office. Please contact the Woodbridge Personnel office with any questions.