Ridgeview Behavioral Health Services is offering a Zoom event – Parenting During a Pandemic on Monday, March 8th, 11:00 – 12:00. This will be a live Zoom session, but will also be recorded to be viewed later if you are unable to attend the Zoom. This event will have a closed Zoom link, so you […]
Our first graders have been working hard to learn all there is to know about elections. We started our unit off by introducing our 3 candidates through books, “Duck for President,” “Grace for President,” and “Otto Runs for President.” We spent a lot of time discussing what it means to be a good leader and […]
Woodland’s 2nd graders in Mrs. Spangler’s class had a virtual lesson provided by Kris Light from the Museum of Science and Energy on forces. As a follow up the kids assembled marshmallow shooters, to observe forces when launching various objects of various masses. Learning is such a blast!
Our Kindergarten friends recently enjoyed exploring their 5 senses by air popping popcorn. These kids are anxiously awaiting the opportunity to test their senses.
This fun activity not only provided a great snack, […]
Woodland Stands agains Bullying – Wednesday, October 21st was Unity Day. We wore our orange to stand against bullying and show we are united for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion.
We had so many kids participate and show that they are willing to stand up against […]
It is that time of year, time for the Woodland Spirit Wear Sale. We have a new design ready to go and many items for both you and your student. . You can order spirit wear in youth and adult sizes now through Friday October 23rd. Due to changes this year, our sale will be […]
Families–are you looking for resources for ConnectOR and virtual learning?
We have a page for you that includes video tutorials for how to log on to Canvas and Skyward.
Because there are so many resources on this page, we have also included a direct link to it in our website menu listing with all of […]
The Tennessee Department of Human Services announced financial assistance is available for families who qualify for free or reduced school lunches, through the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program.
Parents who already receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) benefits currently, do not need to apply. The funds began arriving […]
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.