Parents and Students:
Due to ongoing concerns about the Omicron variant no outside Valentine deliveries will be allowed on campus this year. Student Council will be taking orders for delivery after lunch on Valentine's day. If you would like for your child to receive a Valentine gift here at school, please place your order with student council by filling out an order form (sent home with students) with payment by the deadline so that items needed to fill them can be purchased and available for delivery that day. Valentine's Day is Monday, February 14 and the deadline to order is February 1st.
Parents or Guardians of children 12 and up, if you are interested in getting your child a vaccination shot at Woodlawn Schools, please click here to help us gather a volume count and to get notified of information regarding vaccinations with Woodlawn Schools!
Important Message from the Superintendent!
8/13/2021 - UPDATE
Parents, Guardians, and Students,
The Woodlawn School District will officially start the first day of school, Monday, August 16, 2021.
I would like to take a moment to welcome every student back to school! Every teacher and staff member from kindergarten to 12th grade is excited for what the new year holds for each and every one of you. I would also like to take this same opportunity to thank each parent for preparing their child for this school year. As you may be aware, Woodlawn School District currently has an optional face mask policy within our district. As parents, you have the choice of whether your child wears this protective device or not. For those who have concerns about the transmission of the Covid virus, I strongly encourage you to have your child wear a face mask to school. Our Woodlawn faculty will also do our very best to ensure the safety of every child through providing the ongoing precautions that were in place last year. Additionally, we would like to offer a vaccination clinic for those students who meet the criteria as set by the CDC and ADH. In order to do so, each participating child will need the consent of their parent/guardian. Should there be an interest in this, WHS will be scheduling this event in the future. WSD highly supports the rights and choices of parents to make individual choices concerning their child, we also hold the responsibility to make sure that each and every child has a safe learning environment to succeed. If wearing a mask or being vaccinated will prevent one child from becoming ill, I strongly encourage you (as parents) to consider these options for the safety of your child and their classmates. I know we are in store for great things here in Woodlawn! See you all Monday morning!!
Kevin Hancock, Superintendent
Woodlawn School District
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