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Stuff the Bus 2015

Woodland Hills Intermediate Student Government is participating in Stuff a Bus this year. We would like to encourage everybody to bring in a new sealed toy to the drop off box at the Intermediate School. The toys collected will help some members of the communities in the Woodland Hills School District. Drop off will be starting immediately and run through Friday, December 4 in the morning. On Friday, December 4, Student Government will transport the toys to the Stuff a Bus central location at Robinson Town Center. Please help us to help kids and families who need it!

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Open Letter to Parents of the WHSD from the Superintendent

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Woodland Hills Intermediate Sixth Grade Gifted Students Place Second in Fairchild Challenge 1 at Phipps

Sixth grade gifted students at Woodland Hills Intermediate are participating in the Fairchild Challenge at Phipps Conservatory this year.  The first challenge for Middle School students required them to create a book comprised of twenty haiku, with cover art and illustrations.  Students found inspiration for their “Nearby Nature Haiku” book during a nature walk around their school building, and used recycled materials for the cover art and all illustrations.  The judges of the Fairchild Challenge 1 awarded the Intermediate Center gifted students second place for their outstanding project.  Congratulations!


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Woodland Hills School District Educators Recognized at Champions of Change Celebration

The Woodland Hills School District is pleased to announce that two district teachers and one district administrator have been named as “Champions of Change” by the Allegheny Intermediate Unit’s Center for Creativity and its partner, Common Sense Media.  Mrs. Christyn Coles, Mr. Kevin McGuire and Ms. Licia Lentz received the award that acknowledges those educators and leaders who use creative approaches to enhance learning and who serve as an example of what should occur in every classroom, for every student.  Champions of Change awardees embrace technology and seek new and effective ways to engage children in the learning process.

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