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Preparing Parents for PARCC

Beginning March 12-28, Woodgate 3rd-5th grade students will take the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) test. Students will be assessed in their knowledge of English Language Arts, Math and Science. As students prepare for this test, Woodgate is looking to prepare parents as well. Therefore, on Thursday, February 22 at 6 p.m., Woodgate will host a parent meeting to Prepare Parents for PARCC! During this meeting, we will share an overview of the tests as well as practice problems. We want our students to do their best and our goal is to make sure all of us are prepared! So please join us!
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Bus Bulletin

For District 159 bus routes, Paige Bus is using Bus Bulletin notification system to notify parents and students when there are bus delays and schedule changes.  If you would like to receive instant notifications when delays or incidents affect your child’s bus, please register with Bus Bulletin.   There is no cost for this service. Registration is simple and fast. You can choose to receive text messages, phone calls, and e-mails. All contact information is stored securely and will not be shared or sold - your privacy is protected.   For more information, or to sign-up and start receiving notifications, please visit: (Click Register at the top to begin)
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Welcome to Our New Website!

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Woodgate hosted its first ever "Real Men Are Fathers" event in which over 38 men joined Dr. Hill for an exciting evening featuring the "Men of Woodgate".  Pastor Trunell D. Felder of New Faith Baptist Church International along with ten other men from the church, encouraged the fathers, grandfathers, uncles, "Big brothers" and male role models to get involved in their child's education and partner with the school.  Sean Mitchell also spoke to the men. The men engaged in several activities and were united in the charge to work with Woodgate's students and Staff.
"What a great event! I'm looking forward to working with the Principal and teachers here at Woodgate. Whatever service I can provide, sign me up!" echoed the sentiments of a Kindergarten father.  "So often, the mothers are here, but tonight, it's about the men and this is wonderful!" said Dr. Ben Moore, grandfather of a 3rd grader.  We're looking forward to having the men come back to Woodgate and read to our students.