Help Support Our Community by Supporting Sun School at Woodlawn

 Sun School builds community and support at Woodlawn Elementary School.     The SUN team at Self Enhancement Incorporated (SEI) made a short video to help our community understand the many resources they provide at Woodlawn. Woodlawn Elementary School has a family resource navigator, Raquel Garcia,  that works as a part of our Sun School Staff team.    Raquel works alongside families to help reduce barriers and stressors in the home to promote success for all students and their families within our community.  If you need support, all you have to do is fill out this form, and Raquel will reach out to you about support. Raquel Garcia , SUN School Family Resource Navigator is excited to build relationships with our amazing […]

Holiday Cookie Fest for Staff Recap

On Wednesday, December 15th and Thursday, December 16th, the Woodlawn School community showed our love for Woodlawn School staff by bringing 29 different types of homemade cookies, including vegan and gluten-free options! Thank you to the PTA Staff Resilience Room Chair, Bettina Hammersly-Rhys for coordinating this awesome event. Here is a photo of just a few of the cookies…

Woodlawn PTA Staff Fund

Nationwide, many educators purchase items out of pocket. One of Woodlawn PTA’s budget goals each year is to provide $100 in discretionary funds to each Woodlawn Elementary staff member to use for items that directly support their classroom or Woodlawn students. In the past, staff have used these funds to subsidize field trip costs, purchase tee shirts for their class, purchase classroom books and other materials, and purchase items to enhance teaching remotely during the pandemic, to name just a few. This year, Ms. Audel has used her funds to revamp the fish tanks in the library, another teacher has used her funds to purchase seating for her classroom, and the kindergarten team has used their funds to purchase educational […]

On OMSI exhibit showing phases of the moon

Woodlawn Students Take a Virtual Voyage Through Space

Do you wish you could take a planetarium tour during the pandemic? All of our classesat Woodlawn took a tour of the universe without even leaving their seats. The K-2students attended a scientist led virtual indoor star party and our 3-5th attended ascientist led virtual astrobiology lesson. These virtual voyages through time and space were fully funded by a NASA grant and our Woodlawn Wildcats were chosen by OMSI, based on an application process. I am lucky enough to have a third grader and a first grader at Woodlawn so I sat in on each presentation. I learned that life may exist in some surprising places and that Mount Hood is tiny compared to the mountain on Mars. Remember the […]