Did you ever wonder how Woodburn School got its name?
June 23 Last Day of School (Dismissal 2:05 pm)
2016-17 Supply Lists
Next School Year:
August 30 K/1 Playdate (9:00 a.m.)
September 1 -- Welcome Walk (10 a.m. to 1 p.m.)
September 1 -- Open House /Back to School (5:30 – 7:30 p.m.)
September 6 – First Day of School!
Important Upcoming Dates!
Woodburn School for the Fine and Communicative Arts partnered with the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra for a special project that connected the 6th grade curriculum on American history to a live concert that featured music from and about the Civil War. Watch the video featured on Red Apple 21.
SPRING SCHOOL-BASED AAP SERVICES NEWSLETTER
ADVANCED ACADEMIC PROGRAMS (AAP)
SCREENING FOR SCHOOL-BASED (LEVEL II-III) SERVICES
Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) offers a continuum of advanced academic services for all students in grades K-8. Learning experiences are designed to develop higher-level thinking through enrichment, acceleration, and extensions of the Program of Studies (POS). Teachers, administrators, and advanced academic resource teachers (AARTs) work together to provide the following levels of school-based services in each elementary school. Information regarding Levels I, II, and III can be found http://www.fcps.edu/is/aap/continuum/es.shtml
Screening for school-based services can happen at any time during the school year but is done school-wide in spring to determine services for the next school year. Parents or guardians may initiate the screening for school-based (level II and III) services by submitting the AAP School-Based Services (Level II-III) Referral Form (available at www.fcps.edu/is/aap under “Forms”) to the AART at Woodburn Elementary prior to spring screening by April 30, 2016. Multiple criteria are used to screen students for all levels of AAP services. Parents or guardians who submit a referral will be notified by Woodburn Elementary of their student’s eligibility status by June 1, 2016.If a parent or guardian wishes to appeal an ineligible decision, they may submit an appeal with new data for consideration by the local school screening committee. This new information should be submitted to Margie Campbell, AART. If you have any questions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-641-8258.
Community Flyer Days
Mental Health Resource Information
Fairfax County Public Schools' Department of Special Services has gathered resources related to mental health and emergency information. They also have links to the list of FCPS School Psychologist and Social Workers.
Woodburn's New Facebook page
Check out Woodburn's Facebook page. If you want you can "like" the page and it our updates show up in your news feed.
- Kennedy Center Partnership
- Progress Reports
- Golden Apple
- Updated Boundaries
Check out the Arts Integration page for more information on art integration and our Kennedy Center CETA Presentation.
New Elementary School Progress Report
Fairfax County Public Schools has introduced a new elementary progress report that is based on curriculum standards. To learm more, please check out FCPS' Elementary Progress Report: Communicating Achievement to to Parents.
You can also check out their narrated Slideshow to learn more
Woodburn Receives the Golden Apple Wellness Award!
Woodburn Elementary is now the proud recipient of the Golden Apple Wellness Award. Woodburn has received this award for encouraging a lifelong desire for exercise and nutrition. Thank you to Mr. Shirley for making this possible!
Want to know more about your School Lunches?
Want to learn more about school lunches? Visit the Food and Nutrition Services site. Learn about the team of 1,300 managers, drivers, and team members who serve more than 140,000 customers every day!
New Boundaries for Woodburn
Woodburn School's boundaries have changed. You can see the updated map here or you can use Fairfax County Public Schools Boundary Information System