If your child is between the ages of 8 to 17 and likes to write, then visit the webpage listed below for more information!
ALSO, TONIGHT (Tuesday, 4/8) is our PTA McSpirit Night. Your child will be bringing home a flyer this afternoon. They will also be bringing home the PTA’s cookie dough fundraiser. We appreciate all of the many different ways that you support our school!
April 14th and April 15th – 3rd, 4th, 5th Reading (70 minutes)
April 16th and April 17th – 3rd, 4th Math (70 minutes) and 5th Science (80 minutes)
April 18th – No school
The week of April 21st – Every 5th grade class will have 2 sessions of math.
Please make sure your child is in school and on time!
To provide our students with a quiet, focused testing environment, we will have a closed campus during FCAT. This means that from 4/14-4/25, no volunteers or visitors will be allowed in classrooms. We also need to ask that no parents come in for lunch during these weeks. Thank you for your patience during this important time!
Please call your child’s teacher or the front office (813-794-6400) with FCAT questions.
Spring Break starts for students on Friday, March 14th. Friday is a teacher planning day, so there is NO SCHOOL for students.
We look forward to seeing you back on Monday, March 24th!
Woodland wants YOU on our Relay for Life Team! The more the merrier! If you would like to join and help raise money and get sponsors to raise money, please e-mail Calisha Belen, Team Captain, at: email@example.com
Attention Wranglers -
On Tuesday, February 25th, our 4th grade students will take the FCAT Writing Test. Our campus will be closed due to a quiet campus environment until 1:00. This means no visitors are allowed on campus including lunch. We want to create a quiet, focused environment for our 4th graders, so they can do their very best!
Thank you for your support of our 4th graders!
We are having early registration for incoming Kindergarten Students.
Please stop by the front office Monday-Thursday from 10:30-2:30 (with your proof of residence).
To receive a registration packet, you MUST have your recent proof of residence.
Returned packets MUST have ALL required documents listed at the bottom.
Incomplete packets will not be accepted.
If you have questions, please contact the front office at 813-794-6400.
____ Florida Immunization Card-Blue or White (questions please call your child’s doctor)
*4/5 doses DTP (if the 4th dose was given on or after the 4th birthday the 5th dose is not required)
*4/5 doses Polio (if 4th dose is administered prior to the 4th birthday, a 5th dose is required)
* 2 doses MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella)
* 3 doses Hepatitis B Series
* 2 doses Varicella Vaccine (*Varicella Vaccine (protects against chicken pox) is not required if disease is documented by the healthcare provider)
____Proof of Address (recent utility bill, lease agreement –Photo ID and PO Box address will not be acceptable)
____Physical (dated within the last 12 months of the first day of school)
____Birth Certificate (copy)
____Social Security Card (copy)
____ Photo ID (copy of person enrolling student)
To find out if you are in Woodland’s boundaries, click on this link: Boundaries
Follow Woodland’s Principals on Twitter….
Mrs. Poe – @POEKPOE
Ms. Vitello – @diane_vitello
Mrs. Boyers – @akboyers
Pasco Schools to Hold Information Meetings on New State Standards
Zephyrhills High School = Thursday, February 20, 2014 – 6-8 pm in the Commons Area
Land O’ Lakes, FL – (December 10, 2013) – Pasco County Public Schools has scheduled a series of 13 community meetings starting at Anclote High School on January 14, 2014, to educate parents and the community about Florida’s new standards for k-12 students.
Meetings are scheduled from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at each district high school for parents whose children attend the high schools and the elementary and middle schools that feed into them. Those who attend will hear a presentation by district experts, receive materials explaining what the Common Core State Standards are and are not, and participate in a question and answer period.
The Florida Board of Education adopted the standards in 2010, and in 2011 schools began implementing curriculum and training teachers to help kindergarten and first grade students master the standards. The standards will be fully implemented in all grades starting with the 2014-2015 school year.