Vegetables from Ms. Alchier's class garden.
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
On Friday, October 10, 2014, students and staff wore pink to recognize breast cancer awareness. Check out our video.
Please join us for a question and answer session with District Administration on the 'Plan for Excellence'.
Good PR Starts with You!
Wednesday, October 22nd at 7:00pm
Please join school board members as we brainstorm for ideas to better promote the many success stories of our students and teachers. If you are frustrated over the lack of positive news being shared about our District, please join us for an open forum of discussion and idea-sharing. We will be meeting at the Administration Building on Wednesday, October 22nd at 7:00pm.
Please join us!
WHSD School Nurses present
Girls Night Out
Free-food, Raffle Prizes, Health Information
Who: 6th Grade Girls and their guardian
Where: Dickson Elementary Cafeteria
When: Tuesday, October 28, 2014 6pm-to-8pm
Repond to your school nurse by Oct 21
A school garden created by learning-support teacher Valerie Alchier and her students at Fairless Elementary in North Braddock allows her to incorporate math, reading, science and nutrition into hands-on lessons for students in first through fourth grades. Each Friday, students are able to taste the fruits of their labor after a cooking class.CLICK HERE to view the article/video. (Video by Doug Oster; 9/27/14). Check out our Spring Garden Party by clicking on the video.
The Woodland Hills School District announces the plan for
The Pathway to Educational Excellence and Financial Stability:
Building the District of the Future to ensure that every student who passes through our door is Career and/or College ready.
The Woodland Hills High School offers a preschool program through its Child Development Program. Parents of children who are 3-5 years old and live within the Woodland Hills School District are invited to register their children.