Woodmere School

School Grade Levels: K-5

7900 SE Duke St.Portland, OR 97206Ph 503-916-6373Fx 503-916-2687

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    March 12, 2018- Woodmere Bulletin

    Dear Woodmere Families –

    On Wednesday, March 14th at 10:00, Woodmere students and staff will join all of Portland Public Schools by holding a Peace March to honor and support school safety in our community. Because many of our younger students are not as aware of the national events that have prompted this,  we will be focusing our classroom discussions on topics of unity and school safety.

    At 9:55, the fifth grader students will begin by leading the school in a march to the perimeter of the 100 mile track before forming a school wide circle where we will sing together.  Community circles will then be held by grade level on the big field. (In the event of rain, classes may be returning indoors before beginning their circle discussion.)

    You are invited to join in our Peace March.   Please plan to sign in at the office by 9:45 to join your child’s classroom.   We will be encouraging students to wear Woodmere shirts or sweatshirts if they have them and ask families to do the same.

    -Woodmere Staff


    NEW TREE PLANTING DATE! Rescheduled after our unfortunately timed snow. The groups and times will stay the same as the original date:

    9am-10am: 3rd grade and 1st grade

    10:15am-11:15am: 5th grade and kindergarten

    1pm-2pm: 4th grade and 2nd grade

    Hopefully all of our volunteers can still join us!


    Join us for the Parent Coffee: Thursday March 22nd at 2:00

    Our world is not always easy for our children to understand and can make for some very difficult conversations for parents. Join Ms. Louise who will be sharing some ideas on how to talk to children about hard topics on Thursday March 22nd.

    Talent Show

    Hello Woodmere families!

    We will once again be having a talent show! Tryouts will be on Thursday, April 12th, after school. Permission slips will go home the week before. This has been a very popular even in the past. So this year, we are actually planning an evening performance, too! We're hoping that more families will be able to attend. It will be on Thursday, May 3rd, at 6:00.

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    Shining Stars

    Rm 8 & 9:               Isabelle & Charlie   

    Kinder:                   Naomi & Owen

    1st:                          Minh & Aiden

    2nd:                        Yana & Kansie

    3rd:                         Shawn & Lily

    4th:                         Ameia & Briana

    5th:                         Aayan & Chloe

    Gaga Gold winners:            Jamari (3rd grade)

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    Top runners each week: Ziba  (3rd grade)

    Way to go runners!  

    104 students are more than a quarter of the way to 100 Miles.

    Keep up the hard work

    Feb 27th 2018-Woodmere Bulletin

    Principal’s Notes

    The snow days made for some chaos but everyone was so respectful and easygoing about the changes to schedules and routines. I was impressed by how many people jumped in to help out their neighbors with pick up and snowday care for kids. Way to go Woodmere community!

    We are working with Parks and Rec to reschedule our tree planting date. Fingers crossed that there are no more snow days. Thank you to all our volunteers for being flexible and we hope we will see you on our new date.  

    Math Night was a big success with 110 students and parents coming to play games that promote mathematical thinking. Games make learning fun and help us to build long term memory for math facts and number sense .

    Social Skill of the Month: Growth Mindset

     In March , Woodmere students will be learning about Growth Mindset. All classes will be reading Your Fantastic Elastic Brain  to learn how to develop a growth mindset. There are many strategies for changing our personal mindset about learning. A growth mindset helps students to value hard work over talent and to recognize that learning is a  process we all take part in.

      Growth Mindset<-------------------------> Fixed Mindset

    I can learn anything if I work at it <-------->I’m just not good at….

    I like to try new things <--------------> I stick to what I know

    Challenges help me grow <------->I get frustrated when things are hard


    Help us Celebrate our Classified staff! :Woodmere is lucky to have so many caring adults supporting our classrooms and families. Take time the week of March 5th -9th to say thank you to one or all of them. Notes, Flowers and artwork from kids are a great way to let them know you see what they do for your child each day. Custodians, Secretaries, Educational Assistance, Paraeducators, and our Cafeteria play such a big role in making Woodmere a welcoming and supportive place for kids, often going beyond their job description to make sure that every kids is safe and supported.


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    Shining Stars

    Rm 8 & 9:               Leon & Jordan   

    Kinder:                   Izayah & Simeon   

    1st:                          Lydia & Christopher

    2nd:                        Aubrey & Jonathan

    3rd:                         Lilia & Graeden

    4th:                         Jayneene & Sierra

    5th:                         Annie & Charlotte

    Gaga Gold winners:            Sergio (5th), Abigail (K) , Aiden (1st)            

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    Top runners each week:

    Annie  (5th grade)

    Khoi (4th grade)

    Sophia (4th grade)

    Way to go runners!  

    4 students have reached their 100 mile goal.  3 have reached 75 miles so far and another 18 have run more than 50 miles so far this year.  Keep up the hard work

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    Principal’s Notes

    With the beautiful weather  we have been having, more students are walking to school. Mr Stultz and the safety patrol wanted  to remind everyone how important it is for kids to cross only at the cross walks on Duke where safety patrol is stationed.. The safety patrol’s bright flags and vests are there to make student crossings more visible to drivers. Parents can help out by walking with your child when possible or reviewing their route to review pedestrian safety.

    Social Skill of the Month: Gratitude

    In February, we are learning the social skill of being grateful and expressing gratitude.  Classes are reading The Giving Tree with their teachers. ‘By learning about gratitude helps kids become sensitive to the feelings of others and develop empathy’ says Barbara Lewis, author of What Do You Stand For? For Kids (Free Spirit Publishing, 2005). Grateful kids look outside their one-person universe and understand that their parents and other people do things for them -- prepare dinner, dole out hugs, buy toys.


    Family Math Game night

    Join us for fun math focused games on February 15th. Woodmere staff will be hosting games for families to play together in many of the classrooms. Playing games is a great way to help children apply and build math skills, and coming together for a night of games and a meal together is fun for everyone.


    In School! On Time! Everyday!

    Since winter break  average daily attendance has been improving despite the flu that has been going around. January attendance awards went out on tuesday and 168 students got a new silver dog tag to add to their swag tags collection. 214 students were recognized for being starting the morning on time throughout January and got to add a thumbs up charm to their collection.

    Shining Stars

    Rm 8 & 9:               Oscar & Martin

    Kinder:                   Winter & Da’Mophee

    1st:                          Charlene & Kahlia

    2nd:                        Layla & Derek

    3rd:                         Ziba & Julie

    4th:                         Doneven & Sanaa

    5th:                         Joellinz & Devontae

    Gaga Gold:             Brian W.


    Runner of the week:  Jennifer C


    Remember that running club is on Wednesday morning from 7:50-8:36.  Currently, we have around 40 students coming each week.


     crazy hat day coming soon

    Bedtime Story hour *** **

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     September 21st 

    5:30 PM 



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