As beloved and well-known as Mrs. Kathy Piwko is, very few know just how much she will hate that this entire post is all about her and the legacy she has left at The Woods Academy. Maybe it is her modest, considerate nature that has allowed her to so profoundly touch the lives of this community for the past 34 years .
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During the month of June, I attended the Institute for Social Emotional Learning hosted by Holton-Arms School and sponsored by IFSEL (Institute for Social and Emotional Learning).
I just returned from the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) 2018 Conference in Chicago.
I just visited The Library of Congress for a special event on June 27 - a conversation with the Librarian of Congress and Ndaba Mandela, Nelson Mandela's grandson.
Third-grade Spanish students had to wait until the end of the year to explore a universally favorite topic: food.
Just before graduation, we asked the Class of 2018 what one word they would use to describe The Woods. Can you guess what they said?
Just before graduation, we asked the Class of 2018 what they thought they would remember most about The Woods ten years from now. Their responses are not surprising.
Just before graduation, we asked the Class of 2018 for the most important piece of advice the could give the rising 8th graders. Here is how they responded.
On Friday, June 1st, we celebrated and recognized the Class of 2018 for their outstanding contributions to The Woods community.