The Wildcat Way
Weekly Update (Monday, December 14 - Friday, December 18)
Transition to Virtual Learning Communication (Sent 12/10)
Over the past 3 days, Woodfield families and teaching staff have been diagnosed and quarantined due to several cases of COVID-19. Over 25% of the staff will be quarantined effective today. As a result, Friday, December 11th, will be the last in-person, instructional day until January 5th.
Please click here to read more information regarding this closure.
We appreciate your understanding during this time,
Meal Service Available while we're virtual!
Please use this link if you would like to order meals (breakfast/lunch) for your family during our virtual learning. Please select the JEDI option. If ordering meals for the upcoming week you must complete this form by noon on Sunday, December 13th.
All take home meals will be available for pickup at Evergreen Elementary, Door B, behind the District Office. Pick up will be Mondays from 1:00-1:30.
Spirit Wear Orders
From the library:
Woodfield families~As we move back into virtual learning at Woodfield, please remember that curbside pickup of library books is once again available for our students. Please use our library program, Destiny Discover, to put the books of choice on hold. If you currently have a book checked out, please return that book to pick up your new book. Once your book is ready for pickup, both the student and the parent will receive an email from one of our library staff. Books can be picked up in the entry way of Woodfield School. A telephone number will be there for you to call once you arrive for your pickup.
We hope this service keeps a good book in the hands of our students for the next few weeks. This service will be available Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday this week from 8 am - 3 pm and next week Monday (12/21) and Tuesday (12/22) from 8 am - 3 pm. If you need different arrangements, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will work out arrangements to meet your needs.
JEDI Semester Update
What is JEDI?
JEDI is the virtual school offered through CESA 2. JEDI stands for the Jefferson and Eastern Dane Interactive Network. This is a consortium of school districts in Southern Wisconsin that was formed in 1995. Over the years, JEDI has developed into a virtual platform that offers online courses. JEDI continually grows to meet individual district needs. Waterford Graded School District is now a member of the consortium and can offer the benefits of JEDI.
What if my student is enrolled in JEDI and wants to come back face-to-face?
If your student is currently enrolled in JEDI and is planning on coming back face-to-face, you will need to call your building principal to discuss a transition plan by December 18th.
What if my student is not enrolled in JEDI, but is planning to enroll?
If your student is currently in face-to face instruction and wishes to enroll in JEDI, please call the building
principal to set up a meeting by December 18th. New students to JEDI must fill out a Commitment Form
by December 22nd. The Commitment Form will be shared during the meeting by your principal.
Stress and Anxiety in Youth
Presenter: David M. Jacobi, Ph.D., Lead Psychologist: Child and Adolescent CBT Services, Rogers Behavioral Health, Oconomowoc, WI
Did you know?
Support Woodfield via Amazon Smile
This year, the PTO is trying a new and easy way to fundraise! We are now part of Amazon Smile! If you are an Amazon shopper, this is an easy way to earn money for Woodfield. Simply sign up for Amazon Smile and choose Woodfield PTO as your donation. Then, all qualifying purchases will earn 0.5% back for our school! The prices and the shopping experience remain the same. Please share with family and friends, to help raise even more money. With the holidays coming up, this is an easy way to get your shopping done and help the PTO at the same time. Thank you for your help!
Waterford Graded District Monthly Newsletter
Are you receiving text messages, phone calls, and emails from the district?
Who to contact in the office?
Mrs. Julie Voegeli, Woodfield School Counselor
Mrs. Alicia Burton, Principal Secretary (Enrollments, student information/needs, Health room)
Mrs. Lynn Irvine, Building Secretary (Attendance, Food Service accounts, Health Room)
Mr. Chris McMahon, WGSD Nurse
Mr. Adam Krueger, Woodfield/Trailside School Psychologist
Mrs. Kim Rivera-Kloeppel, WGSD School Social Worker
Mrs. Lisa Peterson, Aramark Food Service Coordinator