We miss our Woodland Hawks and hope that each of you have a wonderful and safe summer! We hope to see you all soon! Please enjoy this farewell video from our Woodland staff.
Phase 2 packets became available for pick up this week. If you were unable to pick up your packets or need to print off a page, they are available by grade level below. Please note if your grade level has a part 1 and part 2, our scanner was not able to scan both sides […]
Yearbooks are now on sale through April 2nd. We have 2 separate links for purchase, depending on grade level. Yearbooks are $15. Deadline to order is 4/2/20!!!
If your student is not a 4th grader this year, you will want to purchase using this link: Yearbook purchases for grades K-3
This year we are offering the […]
Mrs. Scudder’s 3rd grade class presented an African American wax museum on Friday, February 28th. Each of the students selected an African American from history. They were responsible for researching that person, preparing posters, and dressing up as that person.
Our first graders recently celebrated our 120th day of school. One of our standards for learning is counting and writing numbers to 120, so it only seems fitting that we celebrate when we reach 120 days of school. Our students participated in several activities focused on the number 120.
We worked together to create structures using […]
On Friday, February 14th, Woodland PTO hosted the annual Muffins with Moms in the gym. It was a great chance for moms and their Woodland students to sit down, chat, and enjoy one another’s company. Thank you to our amazing PTO for making this event successful!
On Saturday, December 7th, Woodland’s FIRST Lego League Teams competed in the Secret City Qualifier at Oak Ridge High School. Our 2 teams have been preparing since August for this competition, and they did an amazing job!
Ms. Olvey’s class held their tenth annual Pumpkin Party on Halloween! Important male role models were invited to spend time with their first grader in the classroom. These role models get to work together with their child and other students to separate the seeds from the strings, count the seeds in groups of ten, and […]