Seeking Handwork Assistant

Jul 04

Woodland Charter School is seeking a part-time Handwork Assistant for the 2014-2015 school year. Ten hours per week, Tuesdays and Thursdays, for 26 weeks. Please call the office to set up an interview, if interested. Knitting, crocheting, and fabric arts experience necessary.

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Seeking Home for new Teacher…

Jun 24

Dear Woodland community,

Our new first grade teacher, Julie Drigot, is seeking a rental home, preferably in a rural setting. She and her husband are farmers, with many sheep, chickens, and gardens. They are happy to live on a property with others, if there is a cozy cabin.

If you know of a place for these fine folks from Wisconsin, kindly contact the office at Woodland. Time is of the essence!

Thanks for your help!

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BUS SERVICE 2014-15

Jun 16

Great news, Woodland Charter School! We will have morning and afternoon bus service for the 2014-15 school year! Stay tuned for details!

Have a wonderful summer!

Kind regards,

Lois Horan

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Lockdown News 5/15/14

May 15

Good Afternoon Woodland Parents,

We are writing to inform families that there was an event involving a student at Hidden Valley High school that caused us to be on lockdown this morning.  We are happy to say that our students and staff knew what to do and did amazing.  At this time we have only shared with our young students that something happened at the high school and we had to lockdown.

All of our students and staff are safe; our school day is back to its normal rhythm and we are all looking forward to today’s Latin Culture Celebration at 2pm!

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A Celebration of Latin Culture – May 15th 2-4pm

May 12

Community Event – Everyone Welcome!
¡Todas y todos son bienvenidos a participar! Free food, music and dance!
Please see home page for flyer on this exciting event at Woodland Charter this Thursday, May 15th from 2-4pm.
Gtano’s restaurant of Grants Pass will be serving delicious nuevo latino cuisine.
Bolivian line dance lessons at 3:30pm to the rhythm of Chilili.
Come share in the music of Huayllipacha. Huayllipacha (pronounced: Why-Lee-Pacha, which means “singing to the earth”) is a group of talented Peruvian musicians
from the Andes of South America. Together, these brothers play a blend of traditional and contemporary Andean music,
incorporating the sounds of panpipes,  Peruvian drums, chakchas, Andean chimes, charango, and other string instruments.

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JOB OPENINGS for 2014/15 School Year

Apr 30

Please consult our Employment page for job postings for the 2014/15 school year for the following positions: Office Assistants, Music Teacher, Handwork Teacher and First Grade Teacher.

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MAY FAIRE

Apr 30

Don’t forget about the Annual Woodland May Faire, Thursday May 1st. See home page of website for more information.

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