This October the Woodstock Student Council will be organizing our first ever “Socktober” sock drive! The rules are simple. Donate as many new pairs of socks as you would like and turn them into a donation bin under the bulletin board in the front of the school. At the end of the month, our student council will meet after school to donate the socks to Mainspring. Mainspring is a nonprofit that will provide our city’s homeless population with socks throughout the cold winter.
Thank you for your donations!Ponny Kosmas
In order to keep all children, families, and staff safe, please follow traffic and parking rules below:
We appreciate your help and support in keeping everyone safe.
I am very excited to start my second year as the Principal of Woodstock Elementary. I look forward to continuing our work to make your child’s school experience rich, meaningful, and successful!
As we are eager to see returning and new students, I would also like to introduce staff new to the Woodstock School Community:
Please be sure to say hello to our new members of the Woodstock Staff!
As we all return to school, please take a moment to review the Arrival and Dismissal Procedures in this packet of information. With student safety being our first consideration, please cooperate with the Arrival and Dismissal Procedures.
In preparation for a year full of learning and growth, the Woodstock School Community participated in a survey last spring to identify our school values. In addition to our school expectations that students are Safe, Respectful, and Responsible, this year we will be emphasizing our community’s values of Compassion, Curiosity, Integrity, and Perseverance. Through these expectations and values, we look forward to another great year!
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to send me an email, give me a call, or stop by the office.
With Woodstock Pride,
Seth Johnson, Principal
As previously communicated, PPS recently hired an independent third party to test lead paint levels in two of the classrooms at Hayhurst, #14 and #15. A copy of their final report, dated September 15, 2016, may be accessed here. The report’s Executive Summary on page 1 includes the following recommendations:
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM TAG Night
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM ESL Night
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Back to School Night Night
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Reed College FUNd Run