Woodstock Elementary School

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  • shot injectionsAre your kids up to date on all their vaccines?

    Vaccines are safe and effective in protecting children against a variety of potentially dangerous infectious diseases. The Alabama Chapter-American Academy of Pediatrics (AL-AAP) and the Alabama Department of Public Health encourage parents to keep their children and teens healthy by ensuring they receive vaccines according to the recommended schedule. Vaccines are important as they help children's immune systems fight infections.

    To find what vaccines are recommended during pregnancy and according to the age of your child from birth to age 18, visit the vaccine schedules at: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/parents/index.html

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    Pre-K Application

    Woodstock Elementary School will begin accepting Pre-K applications for the 2023-2024 School Year January 15, 2023.  The last day to turn in an application online is March 17th at noon.  Any child in the state of Alabama who will be 4 on or before October 1, 2023 may apply.  The random drawing for acceptance into the program will occur March 17th at 1:30 p.m.  You do not need to be present at the drawing to be accepted.  To learn more about the application and selection process visit:  Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education First Class Pre-K Program

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    Best Effort

    Students at Woodstock Elementary School continue to strive for Best Effort in all they do whether it is in the classroom with school work, riding on the bus and following the bus rules, or being a kind and friendly classmate.  Congratulations to these recent recipients.  

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    Donuts with Dad

    Woodstock Elementary School students invited their dad's (or male figure in their lives) to join them for breakfast Friday, January 20th.  It was time to enjoy each other's company and share a meal.  

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    Daddy-Daughter Dance

    Friday, January 20th, Woodstock Elementary Schools cafeteria was jammin' as girls brought their dad's or a significant male influence in their lives to the school for the Daddy-Daughter Dance put on by the WES PTO.  Girls wore beautiful dresses and were given tiaras as they entered the magically decorated cafeteria to dance the night away with their fathers.  A special thanks to  Woodstock Foodland, Gateway Foodland Corp. for your generous sponsorship and donations; Balloon Mama for the decorative balloons; Amanda Todoroff for the banner; Little Caesars in Woodstock for the pizza; Anna Lamb Photography for the pictures; Mrs. Essman, Ms. Lofton, PTO Members and volunteers for your help.   

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    100th Day of School

    Today, January 25, Woodstock Elementary Students celebrated the 100th day of school .  Some of the students chose to dress up as 100-year-old people to celebrate while others wore special shirts commemorating the day.  Brag tags and 100 days of school coloring pages were given to each student and some classes had a special snack as well.

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