This weekend, our Science Olympiad team excelled in the Camas Science Olympiad competition held at CHS. Ms. Hanley led our Woodburn team with a focus on collaboration, having fun, and sportsmanship. Our teams participated in four challenges: Spiffy Spans, Green Eggs Go Bam, Silly Sinking Ships, and Physicology Fun Chow Down.
When the results were tallied, Woodburn had four of the top five teams in the entire competition. Woodburn will be housing the traveling ESO trophy until next year’s competition.
When you see Ms. Hanley and any members of the team, give them a high five!
We welcome you to join us for Family Literacy Night on Nov. 15th.
5:00-5:30 Pizza and veggies will be served in the cafeteria.No charge. Donations will be accepted to support the 20/20 book cart.
5:30-7:00 Literacy Night activities
- Viewing our new ReadyGen reading curriculum
- Learning how to use and access online literacy applications
- Family story time
- Family word photo booth
All children who visit six or more activities will be able to select a book to take home.
Families are encouraged to bring electronic devices, such as phones, iPads, and tablets to access online literacy applications.
Information about our Reading and Math Intervention programs will start at 7pm
We will be reviewing the Parent-School-Student Compact together.
Read the full article at the Camas-Washougal Post Record
At Woodburn we are doing great things to make learning relevant, rigorous, and exciting. Each year Woodburn receives Federal Title IA funds to support student and staff learning. As part of Federal Title IA Regulations we are required to hold parent meetings to review our School Improvement Plan and Parent Involvement Plan.
Woodburn will be offering two separate opportunities to review our Woodburn Elementary School Improvement Plan as well as our building’s Parent Involvement Plan. We welcome your participation and value your input. Meetings will be held at Woodburn on October 21st, 2016 from 1:30-2:30pm. Another meeting is offered on October 27th from 5:00-6:00 p.m. If you have any questions please contact Brian Graham, Principal at firstname.lastname@example.org or (360) 833-5860 ext. 78221
Learn the fundamentals of computer programming and have fun as you unlock the secrets of coding using Scratch 2.0. Scratch is a kid-friendly programming language developed in partnership by MIT’s Computer Science Department & School of Education. Scratch is the ideal platform to introduce coding to kids, as it provides students a developmentally-appropriate environment in which they can create animations, interactive stories and games. Students are limited only by their own creativity and willingness to “dive deep”.
Wednesdays 1:15pm – 2:45pm 10/26 – 11/16 Woodburn Elementary
Grades: 3-5 Fee: $70 Instructor: Chad Stewart Course #1109-16
To enroll, complete the registration form below or go online: http://schools.camas.wednet.edu/communityed/
At Woodburn we welcome parents, family members, and community to volunteers in classrooms. To volunteer in the classroom, at school events, or on field trips, all volunteers must complete a volunteer application and copy of your drivers license to complete a background check. Below is the link for the Camas School District volunteer application form and guidelines for volunteering.
For more information contact your child’s classroom teacher or Brian Graham, the Woodburn Principal.