Morning drop off will look a little different when we return to campus. Here is what to expect.
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With information changing so fast and frequently, staying on top of school communications will be more important than ever. Here are the ways you can get the info you need to know.
This year, in the 3rd grade we will be celebrating our mistakes because mistakes help us to learn.
As we prepare to return to campus for in-person instruction, here are some steps families can take now to be ready for the transition.
At school, it will be especially important for all of our Mighty Owls to wash their hands at least once each hour. Andrew R in Grade 1 shows you how.
All Woods students are invited to compete in our Virtual Free Thrown Competition. Are you ready?
I’ve had a few of you reach out because you were unable to attend our recent coffees, where we discussed mental health during distance learning. We did not solve all of the world problems, but we certainly had good conversations.
You don’t have to become a professional musician to reap the life-long benefits of studying an instrument.
At the beginning of the year, we like to set goals for learning!