Edgewood students are heart heroes. Our 3rd grade students are learning how to be heart healthy in gym class while participating in Jump Rope for Heart. Click the link to learn more.
The 3rd grade went to the Children's Museum on Monday, March 12, 2018. Click the link to learn more.
Edgewood students are heart heroes during Jump Rope for Heart. Our kindergarten and pre-k students are learning to be heart healthy in gym class. Click the link to learn more.
The WHSD held its annual Tech for Tots on Feb 28th to showcase how we are integrating technology and STEM initiatives with our younger students
The kindergarten classes went to the Children's Museum on February 28th. Click the link to learn more.
Sunday, March 25
2 pm – 4 pm
Woodland Hills JSHS Soccer Field
Free event! Bring Your Own Basket!
All WHSD families welcome!
Edgewood had a lot going on for Read Across America week. Click the link to learn more.
Especially Kind Edgewood Elementary Students of the Month were recognized by their teachers and rewarded with a Wii Party. The students got some exercise while enjoying their favorite Wii Games and a special treat.
Mrs. Sperduto's class had two visitors for their career project. They are learning about different careers from people in those fields. Recently, Erica Newport, a real estate agent, and Stephanie Miller, a beachbody coach, came to talk to them. Click the link to see some photos from the visit.
As part of dinosaur week, Ms. Reifman's pre-k students became archaeologists and went on a dino hunt thoughout Edgewood. Click the link to see more.
The Edgewood Character Education Theme for February was KIndness. Edgewood staff and students rose to the Kindness Challenge and committed over 150 acts of random kindness over the course of the month. Those who participated were entered into a drawing, and twelve lucky winners walked away with some great prizes.
WHSD Elementary students celebrated reading at the first meeting of the 2018 Millionaire Book Club. Kindergarten through sixth grade students are challenged to read a million words over the course of the next three months. Parents and children enjoyed games, refreshments, and “make-it take-it” activities. Each participant also received a book courtesy of the Millionaire Book Club.
Mrs. Brand's 3rd grade class researched African American inventors. Click the link to learn more.
For the first time ever, the entire 3rd Grade wins the Golden Spatula Award for outstanding cafeteria behavior!
The 2nd grade went to the Children's Museum on Friday, February 9, 2018. Click the link to see more.
The kindergarten students celebrated the 100th day of school. Click the link to learn more.
Kindergarten celebrated the letter Hh by reading The Pigeon Finds A Hot Dog by Mo Willems and having their own hot dog party! Click the link to see some photos from the party.
Mrs. Sperduto's class had a visitor for their career project. They are learning about different careers from people in those fields. This week, Adam Gusky talked about being a Sports Broadcaster. Click the link to see some photos from the visit.
Classes competed to collect the most money during a week of Penny Wars. Each day had a different dress down theme. Our school raised over $700. Mrs. Tatarzyn's class won Penny Wars and will play Bingo as a reward. Click the link to learn more.
Woodland Hills Elementary students were rewarded with a trip to PPG Paints Arena for The Pittsburgh Penguins Open Hockey Practice. More than 200 WHSD students enjoyed watching the Penguins demonstrate their skills. These deserving students were recognized for perfect attendance, excellent behavior, and demonstrating what it means to be a Wolverine!
Parents, there has been an addendum to the Parent Handbook that is for riding the school bus in the Woodland Hills School District. Click the link to learn more.
Kindergarten registration for 2018-2019 school year. Child MUST be 5 years old by September 1, 2018. Click here for more information.
Congratulations to Woodland Hills High School on earning their fourth straight Bronze Medal by U.S. News & World Report.
The U.S. News rankings include data on more than 21,000 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia. Schools were awarded gold, silver, or bronze medals based on their performance on state assessments and how well they prepare students for college. Other local Bronze Medal schools include Gateway and Kiski Area.