Principal - Mr. Joe Wank
Elementary Calendar Classroom Web Sites
Woodmore Elementary Open House/Orientation
Preschool Open House has been scheduled for . The two sessions will take place from for the first group and for the second group. More details will be coming! Call Mr. Ball or Mrs. Harman for more information.
Kindergarten Orientation is on Thursday, August 21st at 6:30 p.m.
Open House for grades 1-6 is on Monday, August 25th at 6:30 p.m.
Woodmore Elementary will be collecting 2014-15 SCHOOL FEES on Tuesday, August 12th from 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and on Wednesday, August 13th from 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
These forms will also as available at the Woodville and Elmore libraries starting the week of August 1st. Please bring your completed forms when paying fees.
Miss Drown’s homeroom had a wonderful time learning about alpacas, llamas, goats and the skills needed to become a successful, working adult during our REACH field trip! The students learned about new farm technology, farm equipment, and all the hard work that goes into becoming a successful farmer! We then traveled to a farm next door that raised goats and chickens. We walked around the farm and learned about growing our own crops, vegetables and herbs in a green house. Our last stop took us to an alpaca farm! The students really enjoyed learning about the different kinds of alpacas and how you are able to use their fibers for making rugs, scarfs and clothing! Our favorite part of the whole trip was being able to actually go into the field with about 30 alpacas! We were able to pet them if they allowed us to get close, and we even held baby chickens before the day was over! We learned so much, and had a blast! J
The Fifth Grade class of Mrs. Nieman-Adams visited Luckey Farmers in Lindsay and Woodville, Ohio on May 20th. After a year of monthly lessons about the world of work, leaders Doug Uher and Matt O’Brock brought all the experiences to life as we toured the facilities and saw first-hand how this co-op works for the surrounding farmers. Students learned the importance of technology in agriculture, in the machinery used for planting, fertilizing, and assessing the needs of the crops. The highlight of the trip was watching a “Drone” fly over the field, then later viewing the images captured from its route, and how it will be used to increase the number and quality of the crops.
Kindergartners Learn About Safety
Participant at the Scripps National Spelling Bee
You made us proud!
Destination Imagination "eXtreme team" Heads to Global Competition!
Woodmore Elementary students line up to cheer on the "eXtreme team" as they leave to go to global finals in Nashville, TN. The team consists of Phoebe, Nick, Marty, Regan, Loren, Kiersten and Johanna.