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November 2016 Newsletter

Dear Woodstation Family,


Things are rolling here at Woodstation. Parents, please remember that if you get your child to school after 8:00 a.m. we are asking you to walk them in to the building and sign them in. Getting to school on time or early helps students have a better start to their school day. Thank you for helping make the start to every school day a good one. The teachers are working hard every day to continue to provide each student a quality education. We appreciate your support in helping us accomplish this important goal.

   Please check our website for all the latest information for what’s happening here at Woodstation. Besides your child’s agenda, another great way to get information is Parent Portal. If you are not signed up for Parent Portal, please come by or call the school, and we will give you the information on how to sign up today.

I would love for you to encourage your child to take advantage of extra instruction opportunities available at Woodstation. Mrs. Knight, our Media Specialist, opens the media center in the mornings from 7:25 – 7:50 for students to read. We have also recently added an after school STEAM program for students in grades 3-5 and we are working on starting a computer programming/coding class for 4th and 5th grade students as well.

   We are all looking forward to our annual Fall Festival, on Friday, October 28 from 5:00-8:00 p.m. We hope to see everyone here for an evening of great fun! A few of the games and events for everyone to enjoy are cake walk, mini golf, hay ride, face painting, chili cook-off, petting zoo, cow patty bingo, and a selection of great food items! Don’t miss out on this exciting night!

   Looking ahead to November, we hope you have a great Thanksgiving break from November 21st-25th to enjoy your family. We have a lot to be thankful for; not only during this time of year, but every day we are alive. Thanks for letting us be a part of your child’s learning experience.


Ernie Ellis


                                                                        Woodstation Elementary