Special thanks to Literacy Specialist Brooke Hanson and the Title Reading Team for writing this grant.
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
Thank you to the SW Washington Police Activities League (PALs) for visiting Woodburn on January 21st for a 2nd grade reading assembly. Officers from the Camas PD, Washougal PD, and Animal Control, celebrated literacy and showed off their vehicles this week. We look forward to continuing this partnership in the future!
During a recent field trip to the Steigerwald Refuge in Washougal, Woodburn 5th graders explored the landscape and helped with restoration. Students planted a mix of black cottonwood, red osier dogwood, and a mix of different willows, surrounding each log habitat structure with a layer of new vegetation. Read more about his project following the link. https://spark.adobe.com/page/SPBR0eylTRC0m/
Dear Woodburn Families,
Hearing Screening Volunteers Needed
December 6 | Volunteers 7:45 AM-2:00 PM
Woodburn is looking for adult volunteers to help with hearing/vision screenings. You must have valid volunteer clearance on file with the district (same as for field trips). We need 4 volunteers between 8:00 AM-2:00 PM (small breaks in-between, we may even finish earlier). Screenings will take place in the computer lab at Woodburn and instructions will be given. Volunteers should arrive at 7:45 AM for a brief training session. We’ll need help conducting the screening, watching over students while they are in line and retrieving students from classrooms. Please contact Carrie Davis in the Woodburn Office if you can volunteer:
Brian Graham, Principal
The wonderful Woodburn Giving Tree, benefiting Woodburn families, will return to the lobby on Monday, December 2, 2019!
NOMINATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED!
Would your family benefit from the Woodburn Giving Tree during the holiday season? Or do you know a Woodburn family who could use some help with gifts? We will be accepting family nominations until Wednesday, November 20, 2019.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO PURCHASE A GIFT (TAGS WILL BE AVAILABLE DEC. 2, 2019)
- Select a snowflake ornament from the lobby tree and record your snowflake id number in the white Giving Tree logbook
- Purchase the requested gift item indicated on the ornament ($25.00 limit)
- Return the wrapped gift to the Woodburn lobby by Wednesday, December 11, 2019
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY!