Since COVID keeps us apart, our school mascot Hoot and I have gathered the energy and enthusiasm of our Woods community in our first ever Virtual Pep Rally!
Earlier this year, we received a visit from Ms. (Mademoiselle) Laurence Laurent who works as a Kindergarten French Teacher at Elsie Whitlow Stokes, a Bilingual Public Charter School in Washington DC.
First grade has been studying Canada and they have learned many things about our great northern neighbor.
Earlier this month, the fourth graders had the opportunity to create their own sandwiches. However, these masterful meals weren’t the edible sort. They were book report sandwiches.
The upper school religion classes have focused recently on the importance of the Lenten season.
Check out all the fun we are having in our Physical Education classes.
This winter the 6th graders have been learning about energy, simple machines, and motion through a variety of experiments, projects, readings, and interactive online activities.
Singing activities are on hold right now, but the 8th-grade members of our select choir The Owl Tones came together to make a recording of our school song. They used our new music ensemble collaboration app, Cyborg Llama.
Last year, I started a classroom economy system in my 6th-grade classes where each student applied for a classroom job to “pay” for renting their desk. The 7th graders kept talking about it so I wanted to replicate it in some way in our hybrid classes.