The Wildcat Way

Wed, April 20th - Fri, April 22nd **NO SCHOOL Mon. & Tues.

Woodfield Elementary

Mrs. Jessica Grimm, Woodfield Elementary Principal

Mrs. Julie Voegeli, Woodfield School Counselor

Mrs. Sara Hammer Woodfield/Trailside School Psychologist

Mrs. Kim Rivera-Kloeppel, WGSD School Social Worker

Mrs. Alicia Burton, Principal Secretary (Enrollments, student information/support)

Mrs. Joy Jackson, Building Secretary (Attendance, Food Service accounts, Health Room)

Mrs. Rachel Pankonin, WGSD Nurse


School Day hours: 8:40 a.m. - 3:40 p.m. Students enter the building at 8:35 a.m.


School Office hours: 7:50 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Mark your calendar:

  • April 15-18: No School
  • April 19: No School - In Service
  • April 25: 4th/5th Grade Girls & 5th Grade Boys Maturation Presentation
  • April 28: Traxside Skating PTO Event 5:30 - 8 p.m.
  • April 28: 2nd/3rd Grade Field Trip
  • May 2-6: Staff Appreciation Week

PTO News

Staff Appreciation Week - Breakfast Sign Up

Click here to sign up for an item(s) to contribute for our Staff Appreciation Breakfast on May 2nd!


PTO officer nominations

The Woodfield PTO is taking nominations for people to serve as various officers for the 2022-2023 school year. If you would like to nominate yourself or someone else for a position, please complete this form and submit it by May 2, 2022. Once nominations are in, we will contact those nominated to see if they accept the nomination, before voting occurs at our May meeting.

We would like to thank our current officers for the work they have put in this year. Our current Woodfield PTO officers include:

President - Nicole Graff
Vice President - Megan Geary
Treasurer - Heather Gilding
Secretary - Jen Cammers

Thank you!

Mrs. Voegeli April Communication

Kindergarten - Problem solving is a complicated cognitive process. Skilled problem-solvers get along better with peers and have fewer conflicts and problems with aggression. Home Link

1st Grade- Problem solving is a complicated cognitive process. Students who are more skilled problem solvers get along better with peers and have fewer conflicts and problems with aggression. It is important to remind students to calm down before trying to solve a problem so they can think clearly.

2nd Grade - Students who are more skilled problem solvers get along better with peers and have fewer conflicts and problems with aggression. Students can escalate conflicts by failing to consider the situation from the other person’s perspective. The perspective-taking skills learned earlier are an important part of the first of the Problem-Solving Steps, S: Say the problem. It is important for students to see a problem in a neutral way that does not blame the other person. Home Link

3rd Grade - Students who are more skilled problem solvers get along better with peers and have fewer conflicts and problems with aggression. The perspective-taking skills learned earlier are an important part of the first Problem-Solving Step, S: Say the problem. It is important for students to see a problem in a neutral way that does not blame the other person. Students can escalate conflicts by failing to consider the situation from the other person’s perspective. Home Link

4th Grade- Students can escalate conflicts by failing to consider the situation from the other person’s perspective. Aggressive students in particular more often assume that the other person has a hostile motive. The perspective-taking skills learned in earlier lessons are an important part of the first of the Problem-Solving Steps, S: Say the problem. To begin the problem-solving process, it is important for students to see the problem in a neutral way that does not blame the other person. Home Link


5th Grade- Students can escalate conflicts by failing to consider the situation from the other person’s perspective. Aggressive students in particular tend to assume that the other person has a hostile motive. The perspective-taking skills learned in earlier lessons are an important part of the first Problem-Solving Step, “Say the problem without blame.” It is important for students to state the problem in a neutral way that does not blame the other person, so they can begin the problem-solving process. Home Link


In addition, every month, WGSD will be highlighting a spotlight skill. Please check out each month’s newsletter to see more about the spotlight skill including keywords, definitions, and areas of focus. Our District Wide SEL Spotlight Skill this month is Responsible Decision Making


More about Responsible Decision Making


Keywords: Solve Problems, Open Minded, Well being of self and others

Definition:The ability to make constructive choices about personal behavior and social interactions based on ethical standards, safety, and social norms.

Focus area for each grade level:

4K-5K: Learners will be able to, with adult guidance, recognize that they have choices in how to respond to situations.

1st-3rd:Learners will be able to, with adult guidance, generate possible choices and actions they could take in a given situation, including positive and negative options.

4th-5th: Learners will be able to make constructive choices about personal behavior and social interaction in order to evaluate the consequences of various actions with consideration of well-being for oneself and others.

Traxside Skating PTO Event

Thursday, April 28th, 5:30-7:30pm

637 South Kane Street

Burlington, WI

Join our Woodfield PTO at Traxside Skating on Thursday, April 28th! What a fun way for our students to show off their skating skills they're learning in phy ed!
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Milk Money during Lunchtime

If your child takes a cold lunch and takes a milk from the milk cooler your family food service account is charged $0.35. Please keep this in mind as food service balances can accumulate. We ask that you log in to Skyward to verify your account is in a positive status. If you'd like to add money to your food service account you can do so my sending: cash, check (payable to: WGSD), or online via e~Funds. If you have any questions please contact the Woodfield Office. Thank you!
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Breakfast Menu

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Lunch Menu

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Skyward Contact Information

Please take a moment this week to log into Skyward and verify parent/guardian contact information and emergency contacts. In the event that your child is ill or there is an emergency, it is important that we are able to reach you. We appreciate your prompt attention to this matter.

If you do not know your login information please contact Alicia Burton.

Spring Music Concerts Return!

Tuesday, May 24, Woodfield Elementary will host a Spring concert for our students.


Grade levels: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade will be at 10:00 a.m.

Grade levels: 4th, 5th and 5th grade band will be at 1:30 p.m.


At this time, parents and grandparents will be able to attend in-person. The concerts will also be live-streamed via Facebook for anyone not able to attend in-person.

The 2022-2023 School Year Calendar is now available!

Click here to add important dates to your calendar.

e~Funds

You have the option of paying for the 2021-2022 school year registration fee online thru e-funds or you can pay it in person in our school office at any time. If you have not used e-funds before you will need the family ID or student ID to set your account up. If you do not have this information please email Alicia Burton burtona@waterford.k12.wi.us. You can also purchase headphones via e~funds.

Woodfield Elementary-Student and Parent Handbook

Please click here to review our Student and Parent Handbook for the 2021-2022 school year.

2021-2022 District Calendar

The 2021-2022 school calendar is available! Click here!

Did you know we have a Woodfield Facebook page?

Click here to follow us!