Terry showed us all that the impossible is possible. He reminded us all that we can make a difference in the world and change people’s lives for the better. Now’s your chance to do just that by raising funds for your school’s Terry Fox Run. #BeLikeTerry
The Woodville Wolf Pack will be running to support cancer research on Friday September 27th,2019 from 1:00-3:00. We encourage everyone to come on out, cheer and support our wolves! Our goal this year is to raise $4000.00.
If you are able to volunteer for this event, please contact Mr.s Farr at the school.
If you would like to order a t-shirt for the run, please complete the order form on the back and return it to the school before September 17th.
Thank you for supporting this worthwhile cause.
Returning to school can be an anxious time for some students as they get ready to meet new friends, get acquainted with a new teacher, new routines and possibly a new school. Here are some tips that can help ease the transition to a new school year.
- Start preparing your kids for school at least a week before. For example, practice the route to school, and get them back into a school-time sleeping schedule.
- Prepare a “Must Know” list for the school and teacher. The list will provide important information for the school staff, such as allergies, illnesses, physical limitations, or any necessary accommodations that might need to be made.
- Watch for possible signs of stress, such as altered sleep, headaches and/or stomach pains, a lack of appetite (or eating more than usual), anxiety, or poor concentration – both before school starts and for several weeks after schools begins.
- Don’t forget to ask your kids if they have any worries about the new school year, then follow up on their concerns, provide information, reassurance and problem-solving help, as needed.
- Be careful not to overload your child with too many activities outside of school. Sometimes the best cure for stress is just to have some quiet time.
- Monitor and manage your own stress level so that it does not create more anxiety for them and so they can pick up some good stress management techniques from you too!
- Finally, be positive about school with your children and help them feel it’s a good experience.
Courtesy of the Psychology Foundation of Canada psychologyfoundation.org
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Where did the summer go? I can’t believe that it is already September and we are starting back to school. I hope you were able to spend some time doing the things you love as a family. I am excited to hear all about the adventures you had and to spend time at recess catching up.
All signs point to another incredible and productive school year. Our skilled and devoted staff is already planning and preparing for your child(ren). Our enthusiastic office team is registering new families, ordering needed materials and updating student files. Our hard working and conscientious custodians have spent the entire summer thoroughly cleaning the facility.
We are indeed a joyous and caring community with the common goals of nurturing responsible, caring students and promoting high-level learning.
Thank you to all who are helping prepare for the new school year. Your commitment to ensuring that Woodville Elementary School remains a celebrated and successful school is awe-inspiring. I eagerly look forward to greeting students and families again.
|8:57 - 9:00 am||Entrance Bell|
|9:00 - 9:40 am||Period 1|
|9:40 - 10:20am||Period 2|
|10:20 -11:00am||Period 3|
|11:00 - 11:40am||Nutritional Break & Recess|
|11:40 - 12:20pm||Period 4|
|12:20 - 1:20pm||Period 5|
|1:20 - 2:00pm||Nutritional Break & Recess|
|2:00 - 2:40pm||Period 6|
|2:40 - 3:20pm||Period 7|
Principal - Carrie Pilgrim
Secretary - Judy Rea