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FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 2019
  • ACT Aspire testing for 7th grade will be April 23-25. Please do not check out your student during testing. The testing day on Wed., April 24 will start with 7th period first thing in the morning. Students in athletics during 7th period should receive more information from their coaches. Also, we encourage students to either leave their phones at home during testing or shut them down and put them in their lockers. If a cell phone accidentally goes off in a testing room, the phone will be taken from the student. 
  • Spring pictures will be next Mon., April 22 in D-1. If you are interested in spring pictures, students can get an order form in the front office. Only those with a packet and money will have their picture taken.
  • If your student is interested in going to FCA Up All Night on May 3, they need to bring $30 and a signed permission slip to Mr. Young. Students must pay and have the signed permission slip by April 26. Extra permission slips are in the front office.
  • We have less than 70 yearbooks left to order. Make sure you have ordered your copy if you want one on distribution day on May 10. You can order one at 
  • FHS Color Guard Auditions will begin Mon., April 22 at 4:30 p.m. in the FHS Band Room. Any current Woodland 8th grader is eligible to audition. No prior experience is necessary. For more information, visit, or email Mr. Antonetti at Tryout info is available on Google Classroom using course code 15zdcbv.
  • FHS Golf tryouts will be held April 23-26, 2019 at Fayetteville Country Club. Tryouts are open to any athlete entering grades 9-12. Sign up by using the link provided: FHS Golf Tryouts 2019. You must sign up and attend a mandatory tryout meeting that will held April 15 at 6 p.m. in the FHS Lecture Hall (Phase II). Contact Coach Scott Williams at with any questions.
  • 2019 Cross Country Tryouts will be held Mon., April 29 at 5 p.m. at Agriculture Park Pavilion (corner of Gregg and Knapp Streets). All interested students need to turn in a physical before they are allowed to try-out. More information is on the Woodland Cross Country website, or students can talk to Coach Large or email him at
  • Students going into 9th grade at FHS next school year: There are some deadlines approaching for application courses, auditions, and tryouts. Please visit the FHS website for more information. FHS Application/Audition/Tryout Info
  • Our annual Cowboy Celebration is fast approaching! It will be Fri., May 10, and we need all hands on deck. In order to pull off this huge day, PTO will need your help. Please email Kelly Edmiaston at to see how you can help make the most memorable Cowboy Celebration to date!
No Parking at Neighboring Businesses

Parents and guardians, please do not park at neighboring businesses or drive through grassy areas or over curbs when dropping off or picking up students at Woodland.
Congrats to the Woodland 8th Grade Band
Congratulations to the Woodland 8th Grade Symphonic Band for receiving straight 1s on Stage and Sightreading! Not only did they perform to their highest ability but they also represented Woodland very well with their highest professionalism and maturity.
Girls Win Track Conference Championship

Congratulations to the Woodland Girls Track Team on an undefeated season and Northwest Arkansas Athletic Conference Championship! This is the third conference championship in a row for the girls.

2019 Woodland Girls Track and Field Highlights:
  • 3rd Consecutive Conference Championship
  • Have not lost a meet in the past two years
  • Scored a school record 306 points at the Ramay relays 
  • 6 new school records (see below)
Conference Champions (won 12 out of 16 events):
  • 100m - Romani Thurman 
  • 200m - Romani Thurman
  • 400m - Romani Thurman
  • 100 Hurdles - Hannah Estes
  • 300 Hurdles - Hannah Estes
  • 800m - Janet Fu
  • 1600m - Carson Wasemiller
  • 4x800 Relay - Ryann Coan, Jade Devine, Janet Fu, Carson Wasemiller
  • 4x400 Relay - Caroline Hill, Ryann Coan, Brooke Rockwell, Lucy Spangler
  • Pole Vault - Hannah Estes
  • Triple Jump - Brooke Rockwell
  • High Jump - Brooke Rockwell 
Youth Citizens Police Academy Accepting Applications

The Youth Citizens Police Academy (YCPA) is a free program for 7th-12th grade students interested in law enforcement or in making our community a better place to live. 

There are two sessions, June 17-28 or July 15-26. Each academy will be eight hours a day, Monday-Friday, for two weeks. Topics covered include SWAT and firearms demo, K9 demo, crime scene analysis, ride along, CPR certification, and more. 

If your student is interested, have them stop by to see Corporal Warren here at Woodland and visit
2019-20 Sports Tryout Info

Below is a link for the 2019 FPS sports tryout dates and requirements for next school year's 2019-20 teams. Please note that ALL students participating in a tryout will need a current physical.

We have also added the dates to the  Woodland website calendar.
4/22                           Spring Pictures

4/22                           Track Meet - NWA/RV Regional Championships

4/22-4/26                   FHS Color Guard Tryouts

4/23-4/25                   FHS Golf Tryouts

4/25        3:30 pm      Girls on the Run

4/25        3:30 pm      Robotics Club

4/26        6:00 pm      NJHS Night Out at the School
Free Tutoring Options

We have several free tutoring options available. Students can participate in free tutoring sessions Tuesdays from 3:30-4:30 p.m., and transportation home is provided if needed.

We also offer tutoring sessions Mondays and Thursdays 7:30-8:15 a.m. and 3:30-4:30 p.m.
As always, drinks and snacks will be provided at every session.

Please contact Mr. Glade at for information about free transportation on Tuesdays as space is limited.
For a complete list and details about upcoming events, please visit