Thu, March 21Gr 2 Music for Parents 9:30
Fri, March 22Kindergarten Tour 9:30-10
Thu, March 28Gr4 Musical
Tue, April 2STEM Night PTA
Wed, April 3Early release day for all students; end of quarter planning
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Woodlin Elementary School students explore, learn, and succeed in a nurturing
and encouraging environment.
Goals: We ensure that ALL students have access to exceptional teaching and the support they need to demonstrate proficiency of grade level standards. We provide opportunities for acceleration and enrichment to ensure that we are adding value to all students.
Family members are invited to come into school to read to the children on April 16, 2:20 pm. Please read the invitation for more information. SIGN UP BY APRIL 12.
This newsletter includes: what does respect look like and student pedestrian safety. What is happening in SCIENCE: Grade K, classify animals by features; Grade 1, discover landforms and earth changes; Grade 2, investigate habitats; Grade 3, explore biomes; Grade 4, compare and contrast first- and second-hand accounts of the same science event; Grade 5, study brightness of stars and how earth's rotation determines constellation that we see.
Do you have a child who will start Kindergarten in Fall, 2019? Find out what forms you need. Sign up for one of these 1/2 hour tours (3 offered in Feb. and Mar.), and come to the Kindergarten Open House in May.
Shout out: THANKS! to our PTA for running the Geography Bee.
Order your yearbook here.
Please contribute photos for Woodlin's yearbook!
Mr. Jackson gives us some great reminders about arrival, dismissal and safety practices. Read all about it! Gravitational forces, animal habitats, and important African-Americans in history are just a few things our students are learning this month.
Woodlin Elementary received an MCPS Educational Foundation Grant to support A Lion's Share of Melodies, through which students will create simple lyrics and melodies inspired from 18th Century Lion Statues.
Our school counselor, Ms. Dobres, is working with children during January to set SMART goals and on how to make friends.
This new state school accountability report card is designed to measure school success in several ways. It can be paired with the Montgomery County Public Schools Equity Accountability Model to gain a better picture of school success.
Address: 2101 Luzerne AvenueSilver Spring, MD 20910
Principal: Mr. Craig O. Jackson
Mrs. Cassandra Scott
School Hours: 9:00 AM - 3:25 PM
Office Hours: 8:00AM - 4:30 PM
Early Dismissal: 12:55 PM
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