Lunch at Fairless
Kindergarten anxious to learn!
Open House 2013
Pink Day for Breast Cancer Awareness
Pre-K Story Time
School Spirit Day
Pink Day to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness
Christmas in the Scandinavian Counties
Making Gingerbread men
Grade 5 singers performing at Christmas Around the World program
Lunch at the Nook
Fraction fun on the calculator
Cat in the Hat
Go Animate video creators
Yoga Ball Grant
Library Books funded by Donors Choose
Descriptive Snowman Skype Project
Please click on this link to view the Agenda for the July 21, 2014 Legislative Meeting.
Please click on this link to view the Board Tabs for the July 21, 2014 Legislative Meeting.
Woodland Hills School District will have two (2) Pre-K classrooms for the 2014-15 school year. This program is open to residents whose children are four (4) years old by September 1, 2014 AND income is within 300% of federal poverty level. Click here to see poverty chart. No transportation is provided for Pre-K. Please contact Renee Englert for availability at (412) 731-1300 x0155.
Several teachers showed off what talented writers our Fairless students are by publishing their own classroom book! Each student wrote and illustrated a part of the book. The writings were collected and submitted to Studentreasures where they were bound and published! Many families purchased a copy of the book for their very own keepsake! Wow, way to go kids!
Beginning Band / Chorus / Intermediate Band
Attention Woodland Hills High School fans! The Video Production class is a top finalist in the Pennsylvania Youth Suicide Prevention Initiative PSA contest! Please CLICK HERE to view the all-student directed and produced 60 second video, which is titled 60 Second Video C! Please CLICK HERE to vote. You can vote as many times as you want, and voting ends on April 4 at noon. Thanks for your support!
On Tuesday November 19th, the WHSD Certified School Nurses hosted a "Girls Night Out" at Dickson Elementary. The event, which was open to all WHSD 6-7th grade girls, was part of the Pittsburgh Growing Healthy series and was an unequivocal success.
The Legacy STEM Project works to increase STEM literacy by allowing African-American students to explore STEM through hands-on experiences. CLICK HERE to find out more!