The atmosphere at Woodrow Wilson buzzes with the enthusiasm of staff and students alike. Each day begins with a morning assembly led by Principal Lisha Elroy. The respect the students have for her is nearly tangible. She emits both warmth and authoritativeness. The school definitely has some challenges in terms of both the physical make-up of the buildings (built in 1967 during the Open Classrooms concept that has since been abandoned for the most part) and the demographic make-up of the students (80% of students are eligible for free/reduced lunch) but the dedication of the teaching staff, the leadership of Principal Elroy, and the caring community of Duncan reaching into the schools through programs like Beautiful Day are beginning to make a huge difference and I anticipate this trend will only continue.
Well I think the teachers and staff are great and do what they can wwith what they got....the classes are way overcrowded abd I worry about safty since alot of the classes go straight to outside instead of a hallway...and I do wish they would take more pride in the cleanliness of the school I think they need a new janitor. Mixed feelings
the academic programs at Woodrow Wilson are excellent they make learning fun there the teachers at this schoolinvolve the parents the keep us informed of everything going on , the music and art are excellent programs there.overall i think this school is topnotch the faculty cares about each and every child there.