• Shark Tooth Creek

    Posted by Laran Lofton on 11/1/2021

     

    kids with shark teeth in hand

    Even though it was a cold and rainy day, the fourth graders at Woodstock Elementary School thoroughly enjoyed their field trip to Shark Tooth Creek in Aliceville, Alabama on October 29th.  They enjoyed learning about the history of why the shark teeth were there. Then students eagerly searched the creek banks finding teeth and putting them into their baggies.  Students enjoyed comparing their findings and spending time outside of the classroom. The two students whose baggies weighed the most received a prize. Kylie Parker and Cleiver Lopez won those honors.  Also, Sophia Trammell and Connor Davis, the two students who found the biggest teeth, were awarded prizes.  AJ Palmer, a fourth grader in Mrs. Lightsey's class, stated that he was excited to go on the field trip and to see the big and small shark teeth in the creek banks. Sophia Trammell, also in Mrs. Lightsey's class, said that she never dreamed there'd be that many teeth in the creek.     

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  • Red Ribbon Week in Review

    Posted by Laran Lofton on 11/1/2021

    kids wearing pirate wearboys wearing redkids in island attirekids in beads

    October 25th-29th was Red Ribbon Week at Woodstock Elementary School.  This is a week where we focused on being Drug Free and making healthy choices for our lives.  With the help of ThriveWay's Curriculum, students focused in on their treasures and what they hope for in the future.  They were reminded that using drugs will hurt their treasures and wreck their futures.  On Thursday, most students walked a mile to remind them to walk away from drugs and toward healthy choices.  The Pirate theme was used for the week, so on Friday, students dressed as pirates. 

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  • Constitution Day

    Posted by Laran Lofton on 9/20/2021

    kids standing with their classroom constitution

    Woodstock Elementary School participated in Constitution Day on Friday, September 17th.  Students learned about what the Constitution is and how it was formed.  Mrs. Perdue's kindergarten class used the Constitution as a model to make their own Classroom Constitution.  Instead of signing it, they placed their handprint on it to represent that they will abide by it. 

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