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Set Me Free Survey

July 8, 2019

Thank you for your participation! Your input helps us create and maintain the best curriculum and presentations possible. Please answer the following questions with as much detail as possible. read more

Construction Trades Students at Construction Trade Day

April 18, 2019

Construction Trade class is at Metro Community College for Construction Career Day. read more

STEM B.E.S.T Digital Playbook

January 15, 2019

As part of the grant process takes place, we are keeping a Digital Playbook . Check back weekly or as often as you like to view our playbook and see what is going on with our Makerspace.     read more

Gov. Reynolds announces new, real-world professional learning opportunities for students

October 25, 2018

Woodbine Community School is the recipient of a STEM Best Grant. The STEM BEST Program fosters a learning environment where students are able to participate in real workplace projects designed by business professionals and teachers and apply . . . read more

Summer Math Challenge

March 29, 2018

Summer Math Challenge is designed for students who have just completed grade 1 through 8. This is a free program designed to help kids retain math skills learned during the previous year. The 6 week program offers daily emails with fun . . . read more

End of 3rd Quarter...P/T Conferences

March 11, 2018

Thursday, March 15th is the end of 3rd quarter.  Reports will be given out at conferences on Tuesday, March 20th & Thursday, March 22nd at P/T Conferences.   Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held from 4-8 on March . . . read more

School Safety Response Letter

February 20, 2018

In response to school safety in our district, a letter is being published online.  Please read at this link .   read more

Lunch at School

December 12, 2017

When you are a guest for lunch, at school, you need to pay cash for your meal.  You cannot charge to your child's account, according to the Federal Government Food Guidelines. read more

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