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Important Dates

 

November 30th - Woodland Spirit Day - Wear Black and Red!

DECEMBER!

Dec. 1 - Grade 8 High School Course Planning

Dec. 7 - 10th - GR.8 Virtual Open Houses

Dec. 15 - French Immersion Open House (Gr. 1 -2021)

Dec. 18 - Tacky Sweater Day! December Virtual Recognition Assembly

WINTER BREAK

DEC. 21/20 - JAN. 1/21

 


Welcome to Woodland Public School!

Dear Woodland Families,

Welcome back! I am thrilled to begin another great year here at Woodland and would like to extend a warm welcome to our new and returning students on behalf of our Woodland staff. We realize that this year has started off a bit differently, but rest assured we are going to continue doing what we do best, growing young minds and building character.

Please continue to check our DSBN website for updates and information. We appreciate your patience as we work through the many changes necessary to keep our staff and students safe.

I welcome your input and questions (wol@dsbn.org).

Looking forward to a great year!

Mrs. K. Phillips

 

WOODLAND PARENT COMMUNICATION AND UPDATES...

Woodland Communication - November 2 -2020and Communication - November 2 -2020

 

Please remember...

It is the responsibility of parents and caregivers to assess their children daily before sending them to school. Additionally, parents must have a person available to pick up their child right away, should they become sick during school. We ask that all parents sign and return the Parental Agreement for Daily Screening - thank you for helping us to keep everyone safe!

Parental Agreement for Daily Screening

 

 

Introducing the DSBN Well-Being Flag!


The DSBN’s first-ever Well-Being Flag is on display in our atrium! Designed by a
DSBN student, the Well-Being Flag is a tangible symbol of student voice, leadership, inclusivity,
kindness, acceptance, diversity, bias-free environments, respect, positive engagement, and
upstandership.
The Well-Being Flag will be on display at Woodland to show our support for
inclusive school environments, where everyone should feel safe and respected. We hope that
DSBN students and community members see themselves represented in the Well-Being Flag,
and interpret it in their own personal way.

 

Keeping our School Safe and Healthy

If you have a child with a Prevalent Medical Condition (Anaphylaxis, Asthma, Diabetes, and/or Epilepsy) we want to make sure we have a current Plan of Care to support your child.  

The Plan of Care form is a new document that replaces the Emergency Action Plan. All parents of children with Prevalent Medical Conditions are asked to fill out the new Plan of Care and submit to the school.

You can download the forms here dsbn.org/prevalent-medical-conditions.

For more information, please contact the school.

 

Scent Aware-Reduced Environment:

Woodland is a Scent-Reduced Environment: some staff and students have a sensitivity to odours, smells, and scents. Please do not wear, or send your child with, perfume, cologne, after shave, or scented body lotion into the school.

 

Be Nut Aware!

When you are packing your child’s lunch, please remember that we strive to be a nut-free environment. Members of our school community have nut allergies so it is important that we all work to ensure their safety.

Thank you!