Principal Graham

Woodburn Town Hall 10.15.20 & Family Survey

Woodburn Families-

Last night we hosted a Town Hall to share our plans for the in-person hybrid model. For those who were unable to join us, we have linked the recording and slides from the Town Hall.

To support our planning efforts, we need each family to respond to our Family Preference Survey. If you have already completed the survey, then thank you in advance. We appreciate your efforts to communicate and collaborate with us to do our best for all of our students this year.

Hybrid Family Preference Survey [linked]

Woodburn Town Hall Recording 10.15.20 [linked] 

Woodburn Town Hall Slides [linked]

Have a safe weekend,

Brian Graham, Principal
Woodburn Elementary

Title I Funding – Staff Qualifications Letter

Title 1 Staff Qualifications – Each year Woodburn receives federal funding to support student learning. As part of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) we are required to share this letter in case you would like to request information about the professional qualifications of staff working with your child. Please contact Principal Graham if you would like more information.


Woodburn Town Hall Recordings 8/20 & 8/21


Thank you to our community for participating in our Town Halls on Thursday (8/20) and Friday (8/21). If you were unable to participate, you can view the recordings linked below. Both of the presentations are the same, but the Q&A sessions from our community were slightly different.

Town Hall Recording From Thursday August 20th, 2020 [Linked]

Password required: rvP@$L2G

Town Hall Recording From Friday August 21st, 2020 (Linked – no password required)

FAQ Document From Town Hall [linked]

Upcoming Important Dates


Woodburn Town Hall

Thursday August 20th 4:00pm-5:00pm

Friday August 21st 9:00am-10:00am

Join us via ZOOM through the Parent Square Links.

All sessions will be recorded and made accessible on our website.



Robotics Workshop

robotics photo

Who: Woodburn 4th and 5th grade students

Limited to 24 participants a lottery system will be used by

Principal Graham if there are more than 24 registrations.


Opens Feb. 3rd and closes Feb. 21st.

Forms are available in the main office.

main office, printable online form linked

Cost: $25, all proceeds go towards purchasing additional Lego Robotics Kits. Fees paid upon confirmation of registration.

When:  Mondays and Tuesdays March 2nd, March 3rd, March 9th, March 10th  2:35-3:45 pm

Parents are encouraged to attend the last 30 minutes of the final session on March 10th to see their child’s building and programming success.

Where: Woodburn Elementary, Computer Lab

 What will students learn? Students will learn how to build simple robots with EV3 Lego Robotics kits. After completing a build, students will learn basic programming to operate the robot using EV3 programming software on chromebooks.   Opportunities will be provided for students to navigate obstacles by using sensors and sequencing in their programs.

 Teacher:  Jean Maas Camas School District STEM TOSA, Sponsored by Principal Graham, Volunteers from the CHS Robotics Teams