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Support Our Annual fund

Woodcrest School has raised over 60% of the funds needed for our goal $30,000 for our new steam lab to be built over the summer.  We want to thank our parent org executive members, room parents, and dedicated parent volunteers lead by Mr. Ghaznavi, for helping to spread the word on our ambitious project.  STEAM based learning gives students tools and methods to explore new and creative ways of problem-solving, displaying data, innovating, and linking multiple fields. It teaches them how to think outside the box!

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Valley Trails at Woodcrest School Provides On Site Camp Model During Pandemic

Valley Trails at Woodcrest School provides parents with childcare options while Campers learn online from Woodcrest School teachers.  Campers attending Valley Trails are supervised by camp counselors in the classroom while teachers brodcast engaging curricculum via Google Meet.  After 12:00PM, campers go into camp mode, playing sports, dance, drama, art, and team building.  Parent’s are thrilled that their children are able to socialize and build strong academic skills during the pandemic when other schools are providing limited programming.  Valley Trails at Woodcrest is full for the 2020 school year and will be converting to a school model upon Woodcrest receiving a K-2 waiver.

On Campus Open House is a Big Success

Woodcrest hosted an on campus open house for parents and students interested in Kindergarten-Eighth grade in the schools new outdoor social distance classroom.  The event had over 40 enthusiastic parents interested in learning more about what Woodcrest School has to offer, meeting wtih parent ambassadors, and hearing from the school’s passionate and dedicated teachers.  Parents were so happy that Woodcrest has been able to provide on campus learning through a camp model over the past few months and confidence is high for the school to add moe on campus learning this year.

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Our Covid Safety Plan

We are so thankful to our parents who are working with our school to provide a safe space for campers to be on campus during this difficult time.  The school is working with a great team of parents, teachers, lawyers, and health professionals to provide a camp model with limited interruption from the Pandemic.  We are committed to keeping our lines of communication open and to clearly communicate our plans. This is a very fluid situation with guidelines changing rapidly.  We will do our part to provide protocols and important information as it unfolds.
In case of a closure, we will pivot to our robust Google Classroom online program until it is deemed safe to return to campus.
Ultimately, every one of us has a role to play in making our plan a success. We must all do our part this school year to slow the spread of COVID-19 by wearing masks, avoiding gatherings, and limiting our community’s exposure.
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