The Wildcat Way
Weekly Update (Week of November 16th-20th)
Will my child transition to virtual learning?
When to keep your child home for Illness symptoms:
We are trying hard to keep the school building open to students but we NEED your help. It is imperative that your household follows this symptom checklist (these absences will be excused and DO NOT count against your child's attendance record):
Your child MUST stay home if they have at least one symptom from this list:
Fever of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher
New cough, or a cough gets worse
Difficulty or trouble breathing
New loss of taste or smell
Your child MUST stay home if they have at least two symptoms from this list, even if they do not have any symptoms from the first list above:
Excessive fatigue (being very tired)
New or severe headache
New nasal congestion or runny nose
When should my child arrive to school?
What's for Breakfast?
What's for hot lunch this week?
Family School Climate Survey
We want to hear about your experiences with your child’s education. It includes questions about your child’s learning, school safety, and interpersonal relationships, as well as your attitudes about the institutional environment and your personal involvement in school. Your responses will be very helpful in improving student relationships, learning conditions, and the overall school environment.
All your responses are completely anonymous. We have no way to connect you to your answers, and results will only be reported as group responses. There are no right or wrong answers. We just want to know about your personal experiences.
As you respond to each item, think about your own personal experiences as a parent or caregiver at your child’s school. Please answer all items, or your answers won't count. This survey should take approximately 10 minutes.
Click here to begin the survey. Thank you for your time and participation!
This week at Woodfield:
Breakfast/Lunch Availability for JEDI/Virtual Learning students
If you'd like to request meals for your children if you are a JEDI family please click here to complete a meal order form. Should you have any questions or concerns please contact the Aramark Food Service Office at (262) 514-8280.
Picture Re-Take Day
If you did not order pictures but you would still like to please follow the ordering instructions below:
- Visit https://mortensen.orderschoolpix.com/31647
- Enter password: prepay
- Enter your email address, click submit
- Choose your background before adding packages and products
- You do not need to print a receipt or fill out any additional forms when ordering online.
If you have any questions please contact Mortensen Photography at email@example.com.
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