Woodbury School is an
active family learning environment
On behalf of the faculty and staff of
I would like to extend a sincere welcome to all of our Woodbury School
parents. The 2012 - 2013 school year will offer many exciting opportunities for all of us.
We look forward to working with you
to provide your child
with the best possible educational opportunities and to share the
goal that your child will reach toward his/her maximum potential.
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will improve their skills in Language Arts
2. Students will improve their skills in Number Sense.
3. Action on
each Standard Opportunity cited in our
(If you would like to be part of our AdvancEd School Improvement Team please let Dr. DeCorte know.)
|Summer Reading Packet|
August 24, 2012
Dear W.W. Woodbury Parents and Guardians,
We highly recommend that each student should be read with, to, or listened to, daily for at least 20 minutes. Attached are some sight word lists, websites that will provide our students with ideas, and ideas for activities and the opportunity to encourage all the hard work your student does at school.
Thank you for sharing your child with us here at Woodbury.
Woodbury Community of Learners
Click image below for literacy activities you may wish to enjoy at home
The information that follows is
designed to define policies and regulations that will assist the
and staff to operate our school efficiently. However, this document is not intended to be all-inclusive.
We recognize that from time to time, questions may arise regarding the policies or regulations.
In the event that problems arise related to your child's achievement and/or behavior in the classroom,
please feel free to consult with your child's teacher. Accordingly, if you have any questions or
concerns that are school-wide in scope or you are unable to resolve problems at the classroom level,
please feel free to call me at school (786-6316).
Again, welcome to
Together we can make a difference for our students.
Children of the Code
'The Code and the Challenge of Learning to Read It'
A Social Education Project & Documentary Series
Including over one hundred and twenty interviews with leading neuroscientists, psychologists,
reading researchers, educators, historians, economists, technologists, and policy leaders.
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