In August of 2019, Dr. Sylvia Simon, representing partnerships between the Monticello Medical Clinic and the Dollywood Foundation, attended the Woodlawn Elementary School Open House to sign up children from birth to under age 5 to enter the Imagination Library program which mails books to each child at home each month until the child’s fifth birthday. The Dollywood Foundation provides funding for half of the cost of each child’s book and the local community raises the other half of the cost of each book.
We are all excited that Cleveland County children have the opportunity to substantually improve literacy rates during elementary years and beyond starting with this program.
For more information please visit the Imagination Library website at www.ImaginationLibrary.com.
To register birth to under age five children for the program. please contact the Woodlawn Elementary School at 870-357-2211.
Provided by the UAMS Institute for Digital Health and Innovation (IDHI) Stroke Program
November 18, 2019, the Woodlawn School District found the best way to inspire young minds with an enormous brain. Students saw the Mega Brain and became immediately curious and asked so many questions of the UAMS visiting guests. The UAMS Institute for Digital Health and Innovation (IDHI) Stroke Program provided a giant inflatable Mega Brain for K-12 students to walk-through and lessons about stroke, healthy lifestyles, telemedicine and much more. The Mega Brain program was an effective tool for teaching about stroke and stroke symptoms. Educating children and the public about how to recognize symptoms of stroke saves lives was the message both Marzella Backus, Assistant Director of the IDHI Stroke Program and Sherri Searcy, an Outreach Nurse for the program communicated with the children and staff. Older students were especially intrigued by the conversations about telemedicine and possibilities for their future.
Woodlawn School District
Parent Engagement Summary
The Woodlawn Public School district, in collaboration with parents, established a parental involvement plan that establishes the district’s expectations for parental involvement, and includes programs and practices that enhance parental involvement and reflect the specific needs of students and families. The Woodlawn School District is excited to share above our Parent Engagement summary of the engagement plan. Ark. Code Ann. § 6-15-1704(a); Rules Section 3.02
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