By now most of us have seen the familiar images of computer screens full of student and teacher faces thanks to video conferencing tools like Zoom. The on-screen aspect of distance learning seems to be getting all of the attention. What about what happens off-screen?
News from The Woods
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Here we feature posts written by our teachers, students, and other members of The Woods community.
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Thankfully for teachers, there are a ton of electronic tools available, and many sites and programs are accessible for free during closures.
Dozens of our teachers and staff members shared their "go-to" motivational song(s) to create the Woods Works On Playlist on Spotify.
This winter the 6th graders were given the task of designing, constructing, testing, remodeling, and presenting their own Rube Goldberg machines.
Although our spring sports season has been put on hold, it hasn’t stopped our Woods student-athletes from being active.
Try your hand at being a scientist with some of these simple experiments.
During the past few months, our performers have been carefully preparing their pieces. Even though they are not able to perform their music on The Woods Academy stage this year, we are delighted to share their performances with you by video.
March 18 was supposed to be our annual Francophonie Festival. So, Ms. Santiago decided to share how our 2nd Grade French students prepared for the event that we hope will take place later this spring.