On Friday, Sept. 11, 2015 the cafeteria turns in into the Woodburn Movie Theatre with a showing of “The Incredibles”!
Freshly popped popcorn and other refreshments are available for purchase.
In honor of 9/11, a table will be set up for students to write a letter of thanks to our own “incredibles,” local first responders.
- Admission Cost: A suggested donation of $1.00 per person is appreciated!
- Doors open at 6:30 pm, movie starts at 7:00 pm
- Popcorn and other treats available to purchase
- Be comfy! Dress in your PJs!
- Bring a sleeping bag or blanket
Join us on Thursday, August 27th from 4:00-6:00 for our annual Back-to-School Night to meet your teacher and fellow Wolves! You can purchase student planners, school lunches, and request an express pickup pass. Student planners are $5.00, cash or check only to Woodburn Elementary. You may credit any amount to your child’s lunch account. Lunch prices are $1.70-breakfast; $2.55-lunch; $0.65-milk. If you are new to the Camas School District, stop by the cafeteria to scan your finger to activate your lunch account. I encourage you to participate in our outstanding PTA! It is a great way to get involved and support our Woodburn family, as well as get to know the members of this great community. If you can, please bring your school supplies in on that night. Hot dogs, hamburgers, and snow cones will be available for purchase. Thank you to our PAWS group for helping organize this event.
Please join us for an evening of family-focused learning activities to support early learning and school readiness skills. This program is open to young learners, ages 3-6 in the Camas School District, and their parents. We will focus on early literacy and math skills and provide free materials for you to take home and use to continue the learning at home. Emphasis on kindergarten readiness skills.
Space is limited to the first 40 families to register!
State Superintendent Randy Dorn announced that five teachers from Washington have been selected as state-level finalists for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST).
The finalists were selected over the summer by a statewide selection committee comprised of content area experts and award-winning teachers. Their nominations were recently confirmed by the national PAEMST program.
About Tara Obermiller
Tara is in her sixth year of teaching. She currently teaches third grade at Woodburn. Tara’s classroom is alive with hands-on instructional tools including manipulatives, iPad apps, visual models, whiteboards, fraction strips and more. She has embraced technology and integrated it into her daily lessons. These tools aren’t just props. They kindle a classroom culture full of vibrant discussions and risk-taking. Tara is also an expert at using data to guide instruction. Her efforts have recently led to the creation of a Wednesday math intervention time that engages volunteers to work with specific students on the specific skills they are struggling with. Tara’s skill as a communicator and her dedication to the profession also make her a standout. One parent observes, “I cannot think of any other who so full exemplifies dedication to and excellence in teaching. Being a teacher isn’t just something Tara does; it is who she is.”
“What makes these five teachers so great is the hands-on learning that’s happening every day in their classrooms,” said State Superintendent Randy Dorn. “Under the guidance of Deborah, Tara, Sadie, Lorianne and Meredith, students are solving real-life problems, collecting scientific evidence and presenting their findings to each other and the communities. That’s how we build a new generation of scientists and engineers, and I’m proud to call each one of these amazing individuals Washington teachers.”
The national PAEMST program typically announces national award recipients in the spring. State-level finalists are recognized by regional and state math and science associations and invited to several annual state events for award winning educators.
In the woods near Lake Merwin, yellow school buses pull up to a cedar house. The bus doors open, ejecting energetic third-graders who propel toward the house.
It’s field trip day at the Lelooska Cultural Center in Ariel, 10 miles east of Woodland. Over the course of a school year, about 10,000 third- and fourth-graders visit the site. Thursday’s students are from four Clark County schools: Marshall and Washington elementary schools from Vancouver Public Schools, Woodburn Elementary from Camas School District and Pacific Crest Academy, a private school.
Read the full story at The Columbian.
Teacher Tracey MacLachlan said, “The kids really love the interactions with seniors. Each week they sign up for a turn to read, and most can’t wait for it to be their turn.”
Common Core Standards/ Smarter Balanced Testing for Woodburn
There is no doubt that you may have heard the term Common Core… click on the above link to find out more.