• Woodlawn Elementary

    eNews September 13, 2019

    Raising Readers

    All the "buzz" about Reading. Second grade Parents and Teachers came together to raise awesome readers. They discussed  learning strategies on how to help their students at home, the importance of reading twenty minutes a day and how to select a just right book for their students.


      Raising Readers          2nd Grade Raising Readers


    What's the Buzz? 


    Students at Woodlawn Elementary are rewarded every Wednesday for exhibiting Character Education Value Traits. Throughout the week, they are able to earn tickets by displaying the monthly Character Values.  Once students' have received a ticket, they can submit it for an opportunity to win a prize. If their name is chosen he/she will receive a visit from the "Busy Bee" in their classroom where they will be presented with a special Buzz and a Treat.


    Buzz         Buzz


    Sidewalk Dedication

    The Staff and students of Woodlawn Elementary school joined the Village of Woodlawn's Mayor, Mayor Farley along with several of the administrators from Princeton City School Dristrict and ODOT (Ohio Department of Transprotation) in the dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony of the newly installed sidewalk located near the school on Riddle Road.

    Sidewalk dedication      


            ribbon cutting


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    Grant and Village of Woodlawn partner to provide Safe Sidewalks to Schools
    On September 10, 2019, Dr. Mari Phillips, associate superintendent, attended the Woodlawn Safe Route to School Dedication and spoke to the community, parents, teachers, and students. Congratulations to the Village of Woodlawn for receiving a grant to reconstruct the sidewalks to make it safe for students to walk in the community and to and from school. The Village of Woodlawn and the Ohio Department of Transportation partnered with Princeton City Schools to make this happen. Crosswalk safety has been a point of discussion with many school districts and communities. We are glad that there are new sidewalks on Riddle Road for our students to walk safely to Woodlawn Elementary School.
    Dr. Phillips gave the students the following crosswalk safety tips:
    Always use a crosswalk., if there is one available.
    Walk, don’t run, across the street.
    Look both ways before crossing the street.
    Don’t stand directly on the curb when waiting to cross.
    Take off those headphones. You must stop, look and listen.
    Work Ethic Speaker Series:
    Dressing for Success
    Above: Mr. Steve Berke shows the Do's and Don'ts of "Dressing for Success."
    The Work Ethic Speaker Series had an event this week, entitled “Dressing for Success.” Fifty-four students attended and listened to five speakers address what to wear and what NOT to wear for a job interview, at the workplace, and even after-hours. Thanks to Ethan Arguello, Steve Berke, Kasi Jordan, Dr. Mari Phillips, and John Sullen for participating in this interactive Speaker Series.
    Kelz Hoops Basketball Camp at Princeton
    Kelsey Mitchell will be holding her annual “Kelz Hoop Basketball Camp” at the Princeton Arena this weekend. She donates the proceeds to lessen the pay-to-participate high school sports fees for students.
    Great turnout for Springdale's ComeUnity Bash
    There was a lot of exciting things happening on Saturday, September 7th in Springdale! The ComeUnity Bash was in full swing, with a family mud run, petting zoo, pony rides, climbing wall, games, and music.
    This Week's Athletic Highlights
    GMC Athletes of the Week: Congratulations to Jooyoung Choi and Carly Petersman for being selected this week’s GMC Athletes of the Week. Jooyoung shot a 46 against Winton Woods and a 49 against Colerain.
    Carley is leading the volleyball on defense with 65 digs! Go Vikes!
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    Board of Education Information
    Princeton Special Board of Education Meeting
    Princeton Administration Center
    Monday, September 23, 2019
    6:30 p.m.
    College & Career Fair
    Wednesday, September 18
    Run for the Health of It!
    September 21
    Run for the Health of it!
    The HealthCare Connection’s Run for the Health of It! Race is a family-friendly event including a 5K Run, a 5K Walk, a 1-mile walk, and a FREE Kids Fun Run for kids 8 and under.
    All proceeds from the event help to support patient care and operations at our Viking School-Based Health Centers inside Princeton City Schools.
    Below is the link to sign up to Walk or Run in the event:
    We also need volunteers to make the event happen. If you don’t want to participate in the Race, we hope you’ll consider volunteering.
    Below is the link to volunteer for the Race. We have individual and group volunteer options.
    Volleyball Youth Night
    September 16
    PHS Wrestling
    Vote for PHS Varsity Cheerleaders
    Athletic Hall of Fame Induction on October 11
    Four athletes and a basketball team will be inducted into the Princeton City Schools Athletic Hall of Fame during the district’s Homecoming weekend on October 11 and 12. Student athletics are a pillar of Princeton City Schools and honoring the legacy of the past serves as an inspiration to current student-athletes.
    The 2019 Class of Hall of Fame Athletes are:
    Carlton Hoyles, Class of 1967 - Track, Cross Country, Football, Basketball
    Kelsey Mitchell, Class of 2014 - Basketball
    Michael Whitehead, Class of 1975 - Track
    Jason Williams, Class of 1992 - Track, Football, Basketball
    1987 Girls Basketball State Champions
    Athletes will be recognized during the varsity football game versus Fairfield City Schools at 7:00 P.M. on Friday, October 11, 2019. The celebration will continue with a formal induction ceremony at 5:00 P.M. on Saturday, October 12, 2019, at the Ramada Plaza.
    Tickets are required for entry to the induction ceremony and will not be sold at the door. The cost of admission is $50 for a single ticket, $75 for a couple and $350 for a table of 10. Tickets may be purchased at the Princeton athletic office Monday through Friday between 7:00 A.M. and 3:00 P.M. or online at https://www.locallevelevents.com/events/details/8048.
    Questions regarding the Athletic Hall of Fame can be directed to the Princeton athletic office at (513) 864-1580.
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