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This school year has been like no other in history. Following new safety protocols and keeping everyone’s safety at the forefront is a daily routine for everyone now.
At Woodland we are keeping up with our commitment to keeping our students safe and still providing an A+ academic learning experience for all students. Daily sanitizing and cleaning of surfaces, floors and materials is helping to keep classes clean and germ free. Students have easily and effortlessly moved into the routine of wearing a mask daily in their classes. Virtual learning is still an opportunity for students to continue their learning. More information and updates can be found on the NNDSB website.
Some activities during the school days have changed to accommodate the new safety routines. We have had our very first virtual Halloween costume parades in each classroom and a virtual Remembrance Day celebration reminding our student of this important day and time. Soon the school will embrace activities and learning around the topics of anti-bullying, and inclusion and how each of our students can commitment to being, the best person they can be and stop the act of bullying.
We are thankful for each day and the learning that is happening in our classrooms. Laughter smiles and learning can be found each day at Woodland Public School.
Stay tuned for more exciting information about our school , our teachers and our students.
Woodland Students Make a Pledge against Bullying
Stand Up !
During the week of November 16th-19th all students participated in taking a pledge to stand up to bullying. The week was full of activities and videos supplied by the NNDSB all focused around topics that teach us important messages and engaged students in learning about important topics. Each day was dedicated to a different topic starting with Citizenship and community on Monday, Conflict Resolution on Tuesday, Anti Bullying and Pink Shirt Day on Wednesday and on the last day Thursday Cyber safety was the topic. To create a visual representation of student commitment of pledging their allegiance not to. bullying each student was invited to dip. their hand in paint and press their hand to mural paper making a hand print. The completed 16 feet of mural paper with 400 colourful hand prints will grace one of the halls of Woodland as a visual reminder to stand up and speak up against bullying.
Thank you to all students and staff who participated in this project!
The completed mural