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ANNOUNCEMENTS
MONDAY, MAY 18, 2020
  • Parents and students, if you need to speak with a counselor, please contact Rajhi Thompson and Carolyn Jordan.  Rajhi Thompson email - rajhi.thompson@fayar.net, phone 445-1263 and Carolyn Jordan - email - carolyn.jordan@fayar.net and 445-1262.
  • We will be letting you know about a plan to return library books and text books, pick up personal items in lockers, pick up pictures and yearbooks, and return Chromebooks. All pick-up and drop-off dates will be after May 28.
  • Any money left on lunch accounts will be rolled over to next school year.
  • At this time every school activity has been canceled or postponed, including tryouts. We will let you know when those things have been rescheduled.
Congrats to Woodland's Teacher of the Year Ms. Terri Speer!

We are excited to announce that Woodland's Teacher of the Year is Ms. Terri Speer. Ms. Speer has spent 39 years serving our students. She has been a relentless support system for both our staff and our students. Ms. Speer is super organized, a great listener, and a lifelong learner. She is a great team player and goes above and beyond for finding answers for our staff and students. Congratulations on this well-deserved honor!
Woodland Students Qualify for Duke TIP Recognition

Twenty four seventh-grade students from Fayetteville Public Schools have qualified for recognition in the 2020 Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP).

Duke TIP has postponed all recognition ceremonies scheduled for the spring of 2020 due to the situation surrounding COVID-19. Qualifying students will receive invitations to ceremonies next May in 2021.

Eva Cummings, Sophia Dellacroce, and Alora Eary qualified for both state and grand recognition and will be invited to attend the national recognition ceremony in May 2021 at Duke University.  They represent five percent of all Arkansas students who qualified for grand recognition.

These additional Woodland students qualified for state recognition. They are  Sophia Brown,  Sophie Creer,  Lincoln Gordon,  Oliver Hodges,  Olivia Karsten,  Jack Kestner,  Brayden Lessner,  Casimir Lipinski,  William Lowry,  Thompson Maner,  Marlee Means,  Maddux Moore,  Crawford Murphy,  Lauryn Pahulu,  Isaiah Pulliam,  Jolie Tennyson,  Kai Tipsmark
Don't Forget Waikiki Wednesday!

School spirit doesn't stop just because we aren't at school! Join us for Waikiki Wednesday this week. Wear your Hawaiian shirts and attire, and post a pic to social media. 

Don't forget to tag us @woodlandcolts and #waikikiwednesday on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. We'll try to share as many pics as we can!

Let's keep our traditions going!
Update on AMI Work

  • Students are to check Google Classroom consistently throughout the day for assignments, updates, and deadlines.
  • Make sure students email their teacher or comment in Google Classroom with any questions that they may have.
WI-FI Access in Fayetteville
To aid families in accessing online AMI work, FPS campuses have increased the range of the Wi-Fi to extend into parking lots and nearby outdoor areas. If you utilize this Wi-Fi, please remain in your vehicle to keep everyone safe.

The City of Fayetteville has several locations for free public Wi-Fi. Learn more at  https://www.fayetteville-ar.gov/3384/Public-Wi-Fi.

Additional resources can also be found on the FPS website under "resources" in the menu at on the left of the page at  http://fayettevillear.apptegy.us/o/fps/page/covid-19-information--17.
Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions or concerns. 
We are here to help!

David McClure, Principal,  david.mcclure@fayar.net

Laura Venters, Assistant Principal, laura.venters@fayar.net

Andrew Glade, Assistant Principal, andrew.glade@fayar.net
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