Welcome to Central Woodlands!
Our staff works hard to provide an education that engages the inquiring minds of our students. At Central Woodlands, we take pride in providing learning opportunities that allow the thinking of our students to be visible and in order to reach their individual potential. Our school is filled with adults who will do anything to make sure your child has a wonderful experience every day at school. We pride ourselves on creating a “Stand Up” culture where students “Stand Up, Speak Out and Stand With!” Our mission is to provide all learners with opportunities to acquire the knowledge, skills, and experiences necessary to build meaningful and productive lives. Our school would not be what it is without the partnership and support of our community. We encourage you to be an active participant in our school community and to volunteer as much as you can!
We invite you to visit our main office or contact our main office number at 616-493-8790 where we will be happy to help you!
Thank you for your support of Central Woodlands!
Latest Central Woodlands News
On Veteran’s Day, students and staff at CW spent time learning more about Veteran’s Day. It was a wonderful assembly that challenged students to “step inside” what it is like in a military family. Melissa Smith, a 5th grade teacher at CW, shared her experiences of being a military wife. We then were able to hear from her husband, Lt. Col. Smith about the sacrifices he has made serving our country! One our our 6th grade students present Lt. Col. Smith with his very own CW Stand Up T-Shirt! All of us at CW thank our Veterans for their heroism and service!
As the days get colder and the first snow of the season approaches, it is time to start thinking about what to do for fun during the winter. If you love to ski or snowboard, come on out and join us at Cannonsburg ski area for CW ski club. Just click on the link below for more information. We hope to see you on the slopes this winter!
Our first of four skating parties will be on Tuesday, November 4th from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Woodland Skating Center on 28th St. This is a fun time for students and part of the admission fee goes towards our student activities fund! Students brought home a flyer and permission form that needs to be given to Woodland Skating Center. If you lost yours, please click here for another copy! We hope to see you there!
Today our students welcomed 9 FHC students to share their stories. This month, our school focus has been on understanding empathy and how it fits with our Stand Up Culture. At our Hometown Hero assembly, FHC students shared about their experience in not being defined by a label. This was inspired from the book that all students heard called, Exclamation Point. Please ask your child about the message they heard! Feel free to check out the video from the assembly http://youtu.be/mwiYc3e_2jM
We are excited to welcome our parent/guardians to our Fall Conferences on Tuesday, November 11th and Thursday, November 13th. This is a great time to check in with your child’s teachers to learn more about their individual progress. Conference information went home on Thursday with students. If you need another copy, please click here. Conference forms need to be returned to your child’s teacher by November 3rd! We look forward to seeing everyone!