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Woodsdale Upcoming Events
02/20 TO 02/24 - FEBRUARY BREAK
02/27 - CLASSES RESUME
02/27 - WINTER SESSION AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS ONGOING
02/27 - PTO MARCH MADNESS GIFT CARD GIVEAWAY
02/28 - LAST DAY FOR HOMEWORK AND GAME CLUBS
02/28 - "HOOPS FOR HEART" DONATIONS DUE
02/28 - SCHOOL COMMITTEE MEETING, 7:00 PM, TOWN HALL
03/01 - PTO MEETING, 7:00 PM
03/02 - DR. SEUSS DAY - READ ACROSS AMERICA
03/03 - TERM 2 GRADES CLOSE
03/03 - WINTER BEACH PARTY, 7:00 PM TO 8:30 PM
03/09 TO 03/11 - AHS DRAMA CLUB PRESENTS "HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL"
03/10 - TERM 2 REPORT CARDS ISSUED
04/11 TO 05/17 - MCAS TESTING DATES 
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Message from the Principal

Dear Woodsdale Families, 

Sometimes we hear people say that students today are not challenged in school like they were in the old days. 

I am here to tell you how impressed I am by what I have seen as I walked through the classrooms this week before the February break. Students are doing exciting and challenging reading in ELA. They are thinking about the lives and deeds of some famous and important Americans like Helen Keller, Dr. Martin Luther King, Paul Bunyan, Amelia Earhart, and Abraham Lincoln. All of this work is part of the renewed effort in schools to learn from non-fiction reading. Students are asked to "read like detectives and write like investigative reporters." The material they are doing is challenging, the content is important, and most of all, the teaching is excellent!

Please click here for the rest of the Woodsdale "Message from the Principal"...