Greetings! Did you see Woodland featured on the front page of the Brooklyn Park Post this week?
On Wednesday, October 15th our school family celebrated Unity Day. Which is a nationally recognized day when schools and communities come together to send one large ORANGE message of support, hope, and unity, while opposing bullying. We had a wonderful celebration at Woodland.
Our scholars all made or were given "super hero" ORANGE capes as a sign of their commitment to end bullying. Pictures of our super heroes were taken in a "photo booth" and the entire school, with capes on, SOARed around the building. Our day ended with students from Osseo Senior High School handing out bookmarks to all children at the end of the day. The bookmarks and words from the students encouraged our scholars to read.
Many kudos to our SOAR Task Force for their planning for this event. The coordination of the day was led by our assistant principal Mrs. Toni Beckler with assistance from our counselor, Mrs. Laura Larson. They did a great job! Thanks, also, to the students and staff from OSH for their support of reading at Woodland.
It was an absolutely fabulous day at Woodland! See some of the pictures below.
Enjoy your weekend! The weather should be beautiful!