Throughout the school year, I traveled to a number of area schools to learn more about each one's science curriculum.
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Beginning in Kindergarten, students attend weekly art classes with Mrs. Taverner where they develop an appreciation for what they can create and discover their inner artist.
At the end of the school year, we welcomed two Physical Education teachers from Lycée Rochambeau who taught the 6th and 7th-grade French students about the game of rugby
Last week, during the very first week of summer break, 11 students and three teachers spent our time at A Wider Circle completing various jobs, including sorting donated goods, testing appliances, basic cleaning, weeding the perimeter of the building, and more as part of the first annual Community Service Camp at The Woods.
Here are a few things you can do to help cultivate an excitement towards literacy.
Mr. Clubbs offers some advice for our rising 8th Grade students.
I was lucky enough to attend Le Dîner en blanc in Paris this year thanks to my mom, who received the coveted invitation after having attended several Dîners en blanc in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
On Friday, May 31st, we celebrated and recognized the Class of 2019 for their outstanding contributions to The Woods community.
Just before the last day of school, The Woods Academy hosted parents of rising 5th and 6th-grade students for a round table discussion on retaining math skills over the long summer.