Free/Reduced Lunch Application

Follow this link to complete a Free/Reduced Lunch Application.

Free/Reduced Lunch Application

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Bus Call Center

Please call the following Bus Call Center with any questions or concerns about buses:

813-794-2500

 

Monday-Friday 6:30-10:00 a.m. and 2:00-6:00 p.m.

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Avoid the Summer Slide… READ, READ, READ!

Woodland Summer Reading Challenge

Below are the criteria for each grade level to earn the amazing reward:

Incoming K – Have had 500 books (may be repeat books) read to them before entering K.

Incoming 1st – 40 picture books

Incoming 2nd – 40 picture books

Incoming 3rd – 20 books including 2 beginner chapter books

Incoming 4th – 6 chapter books or at least 600 pages from chapter books

Incoming 5th - 6 chapter books or at least 600 pages from chapter books

August 22nd Inflatable Bounce House, Giant Slide & Extended Obstacle Course for all students who complete the challenge. 

Reading logs were sent home on the last day of school, more can be found in the front office at WES. The log needs to include books, pages, and parent signatures. 

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2014-2015 Registration Information

New Student Registration Open Now – Please stop by the front office Monday-Thursday 7:30-5:30 to register. 

 

Returning Student Registration – Wednesday, August 13th from 9:00-3:00

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Maintaining Reading Growth (5th Grade)

 

Dear Families:

This year your child has worked hard to develop as a reader. Please help your child to

maintain their reading growth over the summer by dedicating 30 minutes each day for

your child to practice their reading. After they have read engage in discussion about

what they have read. Encourage them to share what they like about the book and

author to help guide the selection of their next book. Visiting the Public Library is a

great way to find new books and authors and gain access to a wide selection of poetry,

fiction, and informational books.

 

After reading try one or two of the following:

  • What is the theme of the text? How do you know?
  • Explain the relationships or interactions between two or more individuals.
  • Describe how the author organized the information.
  • Describe two or more main ideas in the text.

 

Read a chapter book a week! Discover a new genre.

Website Resources:

textproject.org

http://www.shelsilverstein.com

kids.nationalgeographic.com

http://www.bookadventure.com

http://www.wegivebooks.org/books

http://www.readingrainbow.com

http://www.storylineonline.net/

http://www.highlightskids.com/

 

 

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Maintaining Reading Growth (4th Grade)

 

Dear Families:

This year your child has worked hard to develop as a reader. Please help your child to

maintain their reading growth over the summer by dedicating 30 minutes each day for

your child to practice their reading. After they have read engage in discussion about

what they have read. Encourage them to share what they like about the book and

author to help guide the selection of their next book. Visiting the Public Library is a

great way to find new books and authors and gain access to a wide selection of poetry,

fiction, and informational books.

 

After reading try one or two of the following:

  • What is the theme of the text? How do you know?
  • Identify examples of figurative language and describe its meaning and effect.
  • List the key facts and ideas that support the author’s main idea.
  • Use specific details from the text to describe in depth a character, setting or key event.

Get hooked on a series!

Website Resources:

textproject.org

http://www.shelsilverstein.com

kids.nationalgeographic.com

http://www.bookadventure.com

http://www.wegivebooks.org/books

http://www.readingrainbow.com

http://www.storylineonline.net/

http://www.highlightskids.com/

 

 

 

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Maintaining Reading Growth (3rd Grade)

 

Dear Families:

This year your child has worked hard to develop as a reader. Please help your child to

maintain their reading growth over the summer by dedicating 30 minutes each day for

your child to practice their reading. After they have read engage in discussion about

what they have read. Encourage them to share what they like about the book and

author to help guide the selection of their next book. Visiting the Public Library is a

great way to find new books and authors and gain access to a wide selection of poetry,

fiction, and informational books.

 

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After reading try some of the following:

  • Think about questions you would ask the author.
  • Describe the setting (time and place) and compare it to other stories.
  • Describe the central problem and describe how it was resolved.

 

Third grade readers should read a chapter book a week!

Website

Resources:

textproject.org

http://www.shelsilverstein.com

kids.nationalgeographic.com

http://www.bookadventure.com

http://www.wegivebooks.org/books

http://www.readingrainbow.com

http://www.storylineonline.net/

http://www.highlightskids.com/

 

 

 

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Maintaining Reading Growth (2nd Grade)

 

Dear Families:

This year your child has worked hard to develop as a reader. Please help your child to

maintain their reading growth over the summer by dedicating 30 minutes each day for

your child to practice their reading. After they have read engage in discussion about

what they have read. Encourage them to share what they like about the book and

author to help guide the selection of their next book. Visiting the Public Library is a

great way to find new books and authors and gain access to a wide selection of poetry,

fiction, and informational books.

Text for 2nd Graders

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After reading have your child try to do one or two of the following:

  • Identify main topic of a multi-paragraph text.
  • Ask their listener questions about what you just read to them.
  • Decide if a text was fiction or nonfiction and tell how you know.
  • Determine the meaning of words and phrases in a text.

Website Resources:

textproject.org

http://www.shelsilverstein.com

kids.nationalgeographic.com

http://www.bookadventure.com

http://www.wegivebooks.org/books

http://www.readingrainbow.com

http://www.storylineonline.net/

 

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Pasco County Library Summer READING Clubs!

 

Pasco County Library System registration for their Summer Reading Clubs starts on May 27th. There’s a club for each age group. Kids can sign up online at www.pascolibraries.org or visit any of the Pasco County Libraries. Let’s keep the kids reading this summer.

The libraries also have weekly programs for kids of all ages this summer. Checkout their events calendar at http://evanced.info/pasco/evanced/eventcalendar.asp?ag&et&lib=ALL

TWEEN SRC flyer Fizz Boom Read SRC Flyer

 

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We’re on Twitter!

Follow Woodland’s Principals on Twitter….

Mrs. Poe – @POEKPOE

Ms. Vitello – @diane_vitello

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