Woodland Park Elementary School
At Woodland Park Elementary, we are proud of the school’s mission statement, “A Community that Believes all students can Achieve.”The mission statement is our school’s touchstone; it illustrates that our learning community including the principal, teachers, students, and parents clearly share a common purpose for student learning.
We pride ourselves on the relationships we build with our students and parents, and encourage involvement in our learning community from parents, community members and other stakeholders. Because of our community mindset and support for learning, parents and community members are always welcome at Woodland Park Elementary.
As educators, we take student achievement very seriously and boast higher than average state scores over the last several years. Our primary academic goal is for all students to learn and improve academically. To this effect, we employ a diverse set of educational tools and offer special programs to provide each student with the right tools to achieve success.
Woodland Park Elementary News
Woodland Park Starts IXL Math for Early Birds September 8th
IXL is an online resource that not only helps students build core skills in math, but also makes math practice an entertaining and fun experience. Beginning September 8, parents with students in grades 1-5 are invited to drop their children off early to school (7:30 AM) on designated days of the week for an additional 20 minutes of supervised math practice.
Woodland Park PTO Hosts Teachers & Staff Appreciation Week
During the week of May 5-9, the Woodland Park PTO hosted daily events to celebrate the dedication and success of Woodland Park’s teachers and staff. Throughout the week the PTO provided either breakfast or lunch for staff members. Each day had its own theme relating to the efforts of the men and women who make the school successful. The daily events included: MONDAY – Continue Reading
Woodland Park Hosts Math Night
On March 20th 2014 families attended Woodland Park’s Math night. Together, parents and their children shared a meal while listening to Math Coordinator; Sherry Thompson, present ways to practice structuring numbers at home. During the remainder of the evening, families attended two sessions in different grade levels. The sessions consisted of grade level activities parents and students could partake in Continue Reading