Annually, Colorado public schools are required to update and submit to the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) a plan for improvement of instruction. Our school's most recent version on file with CDE is available at:  As our improvement plan is a plan to continuously improve instruction and revised regularly as we receive updated, relevant information. The most up-to-date plan is available upon request from the school principal.
Woodrow Wilson Elementary School in Colorado Springs lies on the eastern edge of District #11's boundaries. It was constructed in 1969 and remodeled extensively in 2007. The average student population is 400 with an average class size of 22. Wilson is a School-Wide Title I school. 
Although not included in our student population count, there is also a child development preschool in association with the Community Partnership for Child Development housed in our building.
 Personnel include:
  • 3 Kindergarten Teachers and 3 aides
  • 4 First Grade Teachers
  • 3 Second Grade Teachers
  • 3 Third Grade Teachers
  • 3 Fourth Grade Teachers
  • 3 Fifth Grade Teachers
  • 1 Physical Education Teacher
  • 1 General Music Teacher
  • 1 Art Teacher
  • 1 part time Band Teacher
  • 1 part time Orchestra Teacher
  • 4 ELL (English Language Learner) Teachers
  • 2 Special Education Teachers and 5 Special Education assistants
  • 1 TLC (Teaching and Literacy Coach)
  • 1 LTE (Library Technology Educator)
  • 1 LTT (Library Technology Technician)
  • 1 Social Worker
  • 1 Community Liaison
  • 1 part time Psychologist
  • 1 part time Nurse
  • 1 part time Gifted and Talented Teacher