Welcome to Woodlawn Elementary!
We enjoyed Christmas Break!
Children returned to school on January 6th, 2020 ready for the new semester!
Where Knowledge is Key!
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.
Mark Your Calendar!
January, February, and March 2019
Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday January 20 (Monday) (No School)
Report Cards January 8 (Wednesday) (A and A & B Honor Roll are posted in the Cleveland County Herald and in the WES building)
Students Return to School – 2nd Semester Begins January 6 (Monday)
October, November, December, 2019
Christmas Holidays December 23 – January 3 (No School)
Title I Meeting December 19 – (Thursday at 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. in the District Library- agenda)
Music Program K-3 December 12th (Thursday at 2:00 p.m. in the cafeteria)
Woodlawn Spelling Bee December 11th (Wednesday at 1:00 p.m.
in the cafeteria) All are welcome to attend!
Music Program 4-6 December 9th (Monday at 2:00 p.m. in the cafeteria)
Thanksgiving Holidays November 25-29 (Monday – Friday) (No School)
Students tour the UAMS Mega Brain November 18 (Monday)
Thanksgiving Meal will be served on November 14th (Thursday) (Participating parents must pay for meal.)
Progress Reports November 13 (Wednesday)
Fall Harvest Holiday November 11 (Monday) (No School)
Kindergarten and First Grade goes to the Pumpkin Patch November 1 (Friday)
Community Flu Clinic on October 29 (Tuesday) (1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.)
School Flu Clinic on October 24 (Thursday) (Starts at 9:00 a.m.)
School Day Picture retakes October 23 (Wednesday)
Report Cards – Parent/Teacher Conferences (After School) on October 22 (Tuesday) (A and A & B Honor Roll are posted in the Cleveland County Herald and in the WES building)
Pee Wee Homecoming October 19 (Saturday) 6:30
Tasting with the Chef October 16 (Wednesday) (2 Nominated students per grade)
Grandparent’s Day! October 15 (Tuesday) Lunch time to 1:00 p.m.
Apple Tasting day October 15 (Tuesday) Lunch time all Elementary
Columbus Day Holiday October 14 (Monday) (No School)
August and September, 2019
Labor Day Holiday observed on September 2nd (No School)
Progress Reports September 18 (Wednesday)
School pictures will be taken on August 27 (Tuesday)
First Day of School August 15 (Thursday)
Literacy Night 2019
Woodlawn Elementary School promotes Literacy opportunities for families to share together!
We are so excited to promote effective Literacy practices!
Kindergarten students enjoyed learning about fire safety!
Chuck Valentine, Local Volunteer Firefighter and School Resource Officer,
brought a local firetruck and taught the children during Fire Safety Week.
Grandparents Day 2019!!
The smiles in the pictures are contagious!
We had an outstanding turnout of 234 grandparents for a student body of 274.
In addition to eating lunch, the visitors and children participated in an Apple Tasting Event, attended recess, PE and observed our Math & Literacy classes.
Thank you for joining us and making our event successful!!
2019-20 Household Application for Free and Reduced Price School Meals is available online. If you have more than one child in the district, please submit the form only one time.
Woodlawn Elementary School has a free, anonymous, and safe reporting service for bullying, harassment, or any other types of suspicious or illegal activities available for students or parents/guardians to report to school administrators in a confidential manner.
Follow These Easy Steps 1. Go to AnonymousTips.com, 2. Click the “Send Tips” Link, 3. Create Your Tip and Submit