We see Woodland Star as a community of students, teachers, and families. Like every school our task is to educate our students. We have realized that to do this well teachers and parents need to work together in concert to support our students to make their school experience rich and interesting by fostering celebrations of the seasons. Throughout the year produce vibrant festivals and events when the community convenes to enjoy food, music, singing, and performances. The greater community is invited to our Annual Sprites Night famous for its classroom parent skits and our May Day Festival when we honor our grandparents.
Likewise, there is other work to be done, which our staff could not manage without the hard work and dedication of our community of parents and alumnae. Administration, faculty, and our Parent Association work together to form important committees comprised of parent volunteers and staff to keep our site growing, our school safe, our programs well-funded, and our teachers and students warmly supported. In the end, we see Woodland Star as a community center for our parents as well as our students.
For this reason, we encourage all parents to dedicate themselves to being informed and involved. See the links above to explore more.