Champlin Park High School is hosting a Lullaby concert for the public this evening! Kids are encouraged to attend in their pajamas. It is a lovely concert-we hope you can make it! Click HERE for more details!
Woodland Elementary is participating in the 8th Annual Neighborhood Forest program, whose aim is to provide free trees for kids to plant on Earth Day! We are so excited to give away free trees!!!
If you would like your child to receive a tree, please fill out the online registration form by April 15th and receive a free tamarack tree (6-12 inches in size) during Earth Week (April 22-28). Planting instructions and species information will be emailed to you a few days prior to the trees arriving.
Register (on a laptop, tablet or desktop computer) to receive a free tamarack tree for Earth Day to plant with your child:
Thank you for your support and participation! For more information about this program, please visit www.neighborhoodforest.org. Here is a video you can watch to learn more about the program too! https://youtu.be/ta359qUBsJs
MN Reading & Math Corp Tutors Needed
Would you love to help children grow their reading or math skills, succeed in school and get extra support? If your answer is yes, you can be trained to serve as a tutor with Minnesota Reading Corps or Minnesota Math Corps!
Whether you want to explore an educational career, re-enter the workforce, or give back to your community, you can succeed as a tutor. Minnesota Reading Corps and Minnesota Math Corps have provided direct services to over 35,000 children in more than 700 schools across the state. See the attached document for details on how you can become a Minnesota Reading or Math Corps Tutor!
At Woodland, we've been given 4 reading positions and 2 math for the 2017-2018 school year. It is going to be very important for us to fill these positions because of the great impact they have on our kids. Our incredible tutors are providing one on one interventions that are moving our kids to grade level reading skills. They have a direct impact on the academic lives of students every day. What more could we ask for out of a partner program?