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  • Virtual Parent-Teacher Conferences
    September 26-28 during teachers planning time (times will vary by grade).
    Granville T. Woods Elementary School encourage our families to communicate with their child's teachers through Class Dojo, Google Meet or phone call. Families may email questions or concerns to their child's teachers at any time.
    For Faculty and Staff Directory,

    https://www.jpschools.org/Page/5874

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    Conferencias virtuales de padres y maestros del 26 al 28 de septiembre durante el tiempo de planificación de los maestros (los horarios variarán según el grado).
    La escuela primaria Granville T. Woods anima a nuestras familias a comunicarse con los maestros de sus hijos a través de Class Dojo, Google Meet o llamadas telefónicas. Las familias pueden enviar preguntas o inquietudes por correo electrónico a los maestros de sus hijos en cualquier momento.

    Para directorio de profesores y personal,

    https://www.jpschools.org/Page/5874

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  • Hispanic Heritage Month (HHM) takes place September 15 to October 15 every year as a time to recognize and celebrate the many contributions, diverse cultures, and extensive histories of the American Latino community.
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    El Mes de la Herencia Hispana (HHM) se lleva a cabo del 15 de septiembre al 15 de octubre de cada año como un momento para reconocer y celebrar las muchas contribuciones, las diversas culturas y las extensas historias de la comunidad latina estadounidense.
     
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  • The Student Council is a student-led organization that was created to make sure student voices are heard and prioritized. The students participate in a fun campaigning process, give speeches, and are elected by their peers (K-8) to represent them throughout the school year. 

    They participate in fundraising, organizing school events, and constantly encourage students to be the best versions of themselves all school year long. Oftentimes, they meet with the administration to discuss important issues, and look for solutions to problems that arise in our community. 
     
    Our candidates are students that exemplify what it means to be a Soaring Eagle. They lead with honesty and integrity. 
     
     
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  • Support your child to be successful in school

    Help your child understand that school is their very first job!

    • Make great school attendance a priority for your child.

    • Talk to your child about the importance of daily attendance in every class and how it helps his/her learning. 

    • When students miss school so much, they will not be prepared for the next grade.

    Help your child develop good habits

    • Help your child practice good daily habits like:

      • finishing homework and placing it in his/her backpack

      • laying out clothes and the backpack in the evening

      • having a regular bedtime for a good night's sleep

      • leaving early enough in the morning to get to school on time.

      • turn off electronic devices one hour before bedtime.

    Help your child build responsibility skills by reminding them to make up for any missed school work after an absence.

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  • Meet our Student Council Candidates
     
    On Friday September 8th we had a very intense and exciting election. Students in grades 6th-8th signed up for respective roles held by students at their grade levels. Then, based on a small list of requirements, students participate in the application process. This application consists of questions that allow candidates the opportunity to reflect on why they want to participate in The Students' Government Association, and also what qualities they have to be a great leader for all students. Students campaigned and worked on their election speeches. Students were given 2 weeks to prepare speeches and convince their peers why they would make a great leader.
     
    Our elected officials will be announced in the second week of this month.
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  • September is National Attendance Awareness Month!
    Did you know that chronic absenteeism is missing 10 percent or greater of the total number of days enrolled during the school year for any reason?
    Attending school regularly helps children feel better about school and themselves. Attendance is essential in school and your child's future endeavors.
    Thank you for supporting good school attendance!
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  • 22-23 G.T. Woods Student Government Association

     
    The Student Government Association was created during the 2021-2022 school year. After Hurricane Ida, many students wanted to be a part of rebuilding our Woods community/family. 
     
    The Student Government Association was created to give our students an opportunity to lead all of our Eagles to excellence. Our members are an intricate part of their learning experience and their learning environment. The goal of the student council is to create an environment where student voices are not only heard but considered in the learning process. 
     
    During the first few weeks of school, students in grades 6-8 sign up for respective roles held by students at their grade levels. Then, based on a small list of requirements, students participate in the application process. This application consists of questions that allow candidates the opportunity to reflect on why they want to participate in The Students' Government Association, and also what qualities they have to be a great leader for all students. 
    Next, students begin campaigning and working on their election speeches. Students are given 2 weeks to prepare speeches and convince their peers why they would make a great leader. 
     
    On election day after speeches are delivered, grades 3-8 complete a virtual ballot to vote in a very intense and exciting election. 
     
    Our elected officials are announced the next school day. 

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  • School Wide Pep Rally and Goal Setting Day October 6, 2022 

    G.T. Woods would like to say a big, "Thank You," to Proclaimed Community Outreach. As a part of their grant, we were able to surprise our students with free snowballs after our School Wide Pep Rally and Goal Setting Day.  Students received their data binders and set their personal goals for the year, and then ended the day cooling off with a refreshing snowball. 

    Thank you Proclaimed Community Outreach!

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  • G.T. WOODS NAMED OCTOBER 2022 "JPS SCHOOL OF THE MONTH"

    G.T. Woods Eagles Soaring High!

    JPS honored G.T. Woods on October 5th at the JPS Board Meeting for being named October 2022 "JPS SCHOOL OF THE MONTH".

    Every month, JP Schools highlights academic excellence through its School of the Month program. The honor acknowledges schools that are implementing practices that generate positive student outcomes.

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  • 3rd. Grade Students Working on Venn Diagrams

    Venn diagrams are known to improve children's decision-making, classification, and sorting skills. They're also a great way of encouraging students to apply logic and reasoning to their work.

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