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Gifted Stain Glass Project

Principal in a Bubble - First Grade Bubble Lesson

Eighth Grade Students Against Gun Violence March

Coding with Puzzlets

Pigeon's Birthday

First grade gumdrop tower

TTM HR Winner - Grade 4

Parent conference

Kindergarten music class

Mrs. Kress's ELA Storyboard Project

Students donate $10,000 to St. Jude's with TTM points

Gifted project

Fourth graders names and ages in Chinese

Code.org Foundation Activity

Mrs. Endler's music class

Mrs. Kress's ELA Storyboard Project

Kindergarten music class

First grade solar system

Mrs. Endler's music class

Eighth grade Students Again Gun Violence

First Grade Bubble Lesson

Parent conference

Read Across America Week guest reader

6th, 7th and 8th graders write Nearby Nature Haikus for Fairchild Challenge #1

Mrs. Kress's ELA Storyboard Project

I love music class!

Teacher in a Bubble - First Grade Bubble Lesson

Eighth Grade Students Against Gun Violence

Gifted Where Do We Live Project participants

Parent conference

Student art work

Kindergarten music class

Celebrating Dr. Seuss Week eating green eggs

Read Across America Week guest reader

Eight Grade Students Against Gun Violence Wolverine Creed

First Grade Bubble Lesson

Reading is fun!

Gifted project

Parent conference

Third grade friends

Our newly remodeled building

Reading Assistant Lab

Parent conference

Kindergarten music class

First grade gumdrop tower

Eighth Grade Students Against Gun Violence

First Grade Bubble Lesson

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Still time to join the WHHS Images

It is not to late to become a member of the WHHS Images Visual Ensemble.

Any student interested in becoming a member of the high school marching band's color guard should get in touch with Mr Crone at the high school as soon as possible.  You could also stop in a practice Wednesday evenings at 6pm during the first two weeks of July.    You can contact Mr Crone at cronth@whsd.net


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Fun Day Celebration

Fun Day was celebrated on the last day of school, Friday, June 10.  K-5 students particpated in activites such as bounce houses, Rita's Ice, Face Painting, Bingo, Crafts, School Store, and a Josh and Gab concert.  A fun time was had by all!


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The Gettysburg Address

The English 8 students culminated a U.S. history-aligned language arts unit on the Antebellum Period and the Civil War with a cooperative memorization and recitation of the "Gettysburg Address." 


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Poetry Slam

Congratulations to Jalynn Baldwin & Niyah Baldwin-Youngblood for being the overall winners in the Sixth/Seventh Grade Poetry Slam held on Tuesday, June 7.


Seventh Grade Field Trip on Gateway Clipper

On May 19th, the Woodland Hills Academy seventh graders embarked on the Gateway Clipper luncheon cruise for their class trip. The class officers helped to organize the trip for their fellow students that included a buffet meal, dancing and music with a DJ, and a tour of the city from the three rivers.  Great weather, great behavior, and a great time was had by all. Here's a look at the day!


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Pittsburgh OASIS Intergenerational Tutoring Program - An Hour A Week Can Change A Child's Life - Help A Child Learn to Read

The OASIS Intergenerational Tutoring Program is seeking volunteers (age 50+) to tutor in the Pittsburgh and Woodland Hills School districts.  Students are in grades K-4.  A two day training class will be conducted on Tuesday, July 12th and Thursday, July 14th from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Koppers Building, 9th floor, 436 Seventh Avenue in downtown Pittsburgh.  No teaching experience is required and all training, materials and clearances are provided free of charge.  For more information or to register, please contact John D. Spehar, Pittsburgh OASIS Tutoring Program Director at (412) 393-7648 or by email at jdspehar@oasisnet.org

This program is operated in partnership with Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council


Summer Science Camp July 25-29, 2016

The Woodland Hills School District in conjunction with Interactive Science Programs will hold a SUMMER SCIENCE CAMP from July 25 to July 29, 2016 at the Intermediate School from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM each day. There is no cost for the camp. There are sixty spaces available for district students who are currently in grades 5 to 7. Please enroll only if you are certain that your child(ren) will attend each and every day. The district will establish a waiting list if enrollment goes beyond sixty students on a first come, first served basis.

If you are interested in finalizing your registration for the camp, please contact 412-731-1300 x0155.


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