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Woodsdale Weekly Newsletter please click here for the Woodsdale Weekly - English version... and Portuguese version...
Woodsdale Upcoming Events

12/17 TO 12/21 - SPIRIT WEEK
12/17 - HATS AND SCARVES DAY
12/18 - UGLY/TACKY SWEATERS DAY
12/19 - WACKY SOCKS DAY
12/20 - TEAM JERSEYS/SHIRTS DAY
12/21 - PAJAMAS DAY
12/24 TO 01/01 - NO SCHOOL, HOLIDAY BREAK
01/02 - SCHOOL REOPENS
01/02 - PTO MEETING, 7:00 PM
01/05 - AEF 2019 TEAMWORK TRIVIA NIGHT
01/21 - NO SCHOOL, MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY
01/25 - EARLY DISMISSAL

Home-School Connection to Teaching and Learning Resource please click here for more information about this Home-School Connection from the Department of Education...
Everything Teaching and Learning at Abington PreK-12 Facebook Page Sharlene Fedorowicz, Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment for the Abington Public Schools, is excited to announce a new Facebook  page to showcase all the great instruction, collaboration, and student engagement happening in Abington classrooms! Click on the link below to see just some of the great work being done by Abington educators and students.
Everything Teaching and Learning at Abington
Check back often. In the future, the link to this page will be on the "Students and Families" web page on this site on  the "Links" page.
School Resource Officers please click here to meet the Abington Public Schools resource officers...
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Message from the Principal

Dear Woodsdale Families,

We have only a few more days before a nice long break for the holidays. The character trait we're working on for the month of December is caring and we all know just how much this community cares. Thank you to all who have reached out to see what you can do for those in need.

When we return from break, our eyes are on a few school-wide initiatives I want to share here. Grade level teams have developed action plans tailored to address some of our MCAS performance deficits. These action plans will address mathematics and ELA components, so expect to see and hear about new concepts (geometry, measurement, fractions), as well as increasing our expectations for writing and composition.

School council is hard at work developing our questions for the upcoming community focus groups. We'll be sending out information, agendas, and invitations shortly after break. We'll also be retraining some of our critical response protocols (ALICE) and working with staff and students to run another training exercise during the first week of February.

Enjoy your winter break- this will be the last weekly newsletter of 2018!

Mr. Hawes