Woodlawn Early Years School
I need to take a moment to recognize our teaching staff. From the very first day they have exceeded any expectations that I may have had. They have worked so hard at distance learning and have learned many new things along the way. Their hard work and determination to stay connected with their students reflects how dedicated they are to their students and their profession. I am so grateful to work alongside these amazing people everyday.
Now that the province is starting to open things up, students will be invited to come to school once a week for a couple of hours during the month of June. During this time their teachers will work on meaningful assessment and reconnect with their students. We have missed them terribly and we are so excited to have them back!
Looking forward to seeing all of you in June.
Vice Principal's Message
Grade 4 Virtual Talent Show
GROW A ROW
For 9 years, Woodlawn students and their families have been involved in harvesting root vegetables for Southeast Helping Hands. We started with a Woodlawn Community Garden, and have since transitioned to inviting our families to donate from their own gardens, or to purchase and donate vegetables in the autumn. These vegetables have benefited families in need, from our local community.
We are inviting Woodlawn students and their families, to participate in our third annual: Grow a Row for Those in Need gardening campaign. We are looking for root vegetables like:
potatoes, carrots, onions, turnips, beets and squash.
Participating families are asked to send an email confirmation to Miss Kristen Reimer (firstname.lastname@example.org) pledging their donation of one or more rows of root vegetables for our
project. In the case of crop failure, you are under no obligation to provide produce, unless you so desire.
If you don’t plan on having a garden, but would still like to donate some root vegetables, your contribution is greatly appreciated. Please stay tuned in the autumn for more details.
Your child will be sent home with a reusable bag for our collection week in the autumn. Stay tuned for details in our September newsletter.
If you are interested in donating vegetables, please send a confirmation email to email@example.com by Friday, May 22.
Thank you for your willingness to participate! We are excited to continue Woodlawn’s legacy of giving back to our local community and teaching children how to be generous, thoughtful, and caring citizens.
Woodlawn Teachers 2020-2021
Candace Georgijevic - Kindergarten
Angela Martin -Kindergarten
Kara Grant - Kindergarten
Chris Schroeder - Grade 1
Jennifer Cuppage - Grade 1
Amanda Cipriano - Grade 1
Kaitlin Flinta - Grade 1
Heather Penner - Grade 1
Sandra Froese - Grade 2
Marlene Funk - Grade 2
Pat Reimer - Grade 2
Leah Read - Grade 2
Courtney Gangloff - Grade 2
Kristen Falk - Grade 2
Kristen Reimer - Grade 3
Cathy Toews - Grade 3
Shawn Kehoe - Grade 3
Andrea Dick - Grade 3/4
Michael Bourget- Grade 3/4
Lisa Martens - Grade 3/4
Jordyn Shaw - Grade 3/4
Jerilyn Koslowsky- Grade 4
Wendy Buhler - Grade 4
Simmy Gandhi - Grade 4
Monica Martens- Instructional Coach
Katherine Peters - Literacy Support
April Harder - Literacy Support (.5)
Sandy Caners - Guidance Counselor
Rebecca Mackie - Guidance (.5) Learning Support (.5)
Glenda Maendel -Learning Support
Amanda Bilevicius - Learning Support
Paula Kirkland - Music 2-4
Jesse Adams - Phys.Ed 2-4
Aimee Kroeker- P.E./Music K-1
SCHOOL SUPPLIES FOR 2020-2021
We are very happy to announce that we have moved entirely to School Supply Fees for the 2020-2021 school year. We tried this out with our Kindergarten group last year and it went very well. All fees can be paid on parent portal.
You will pay a $30 School Supply Fee that will cover all of your child's school supplies for the year.
Grades 1, 3, 3/4, and 4 are also using agendas this year which is a $5 fee.
As parents you will need to supply the following:
- 1 pair of labeled indoor running shoes
- 1 labeled plastic water bottle
- 1 extra change of clothes (for accidents or if they fall outside in the mud/water)
- 1 labeled backpack
- 1 box of Kleenex
Some specific classes may ask for headphones and a pencil box that would be returned at the end of the year.
Hanover School Division Note:
Reminder to families who are moving/changing locations during the summer months to please contact the Transportation office at 204-320-2347.The transportation office is open all summer long.