Woodward School for Technology and Research

Kalamazoo Public Schools

  • Bus Cancellations for Wednesday, May 18:
     
    Bus 43 Kalamazoo Central, Woodward, Washington
    Bus 80 Hillside, Indian Prairie
    Bus 81 Hillside, King-Westwood
    Bus 88 Kalamazoo Central, Lincoln, King-Westwood

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    LITERACY NIGHT

    We will be having a virtual Literacy Night again this year. It will be held on March 2nd from

    4:30 -6 PM.

    Your child's teacher will be sending out directions on how to connect with their class.

    We will be learning about Bessie Coleman and students will be bringing home materials for some activities to do at home.

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  • A Celebration of Time” is bigger than a traditional two-day festival. This year’s 10th annual Storytelling Festival by the Kalamazoo Valley Museum will be birthed over nine months, recognizing nine different holiday traditions plus a focus on how time itself is celebrated. Twenty-two storytellers from five countries and eight states will share stories highlighting traditions, the importance of relationships, and the movement towards peace, freedom and purpose. All stories will be available for digital viewing on the Museum’s YouTube channel and website for three months from the date they premiere.

    Check out stories on Halloween, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the International Day of Peace (also known as World Peace Day), Valentine’s Day, Passover and Easter. Stories around anniversaries, birthdays, how we grow, change, and the memories we create over time will also be celebrated. 

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  • Mask up Woodward!

    Please remind your student of why it is important to wear their mask properly EVERYDAY!
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  • Attendance prizes

    Prizes for the Woodward Attendance Challenge are ready for pickup! Be on the lookout for a message from your teacher to see if your student won a prize!

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  • Parents and Guardians, Have you changed addresses, cellphone numbers, emails over the past year? If so, please update your contact information with the office. 

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Change for Change

  • Woodward Change Challenge

    Ms. Walker’s fifth grade students' recent "Change for Change" coin challenge raised $550 for Kalamazoo Animal Rescue. The service project was organized as part of MLK Day celebrations. It also was part of the "Betty White Challenge," a fundraiser for animal rescue organizations that was held in honor of the actress' long-standing love of animals. 

    Kalamazoo Animal Rescue is a nonprofit, volunteer organization that was founded in 1991 to provide refuge to homeless, stray and unwanted cats and dogs in Kalamazoo County. It works to provide foster and permanent homes for animals.

    The students created a school-wide competition to see which class could raise the most money through the month of January, the Top 3 winners receiving a pizza party thanks to Mr. Rocco.

    The class collected $550 for the K.A.R., with a PEEP classroom leading the way with over $90 collected! Some individual students donate $20-$30 toward the cause.

    MLive picked up the story and shared it with the community. 

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Woodward School for Technology and Research

  • 606 Stuart Ave.
    Kalamazoo, MI 49007


    Phone: (269) 337-0810

    Student Day: 8:04 a.m. - 3:10 p.m.
    Half-Day: 8:04 a.m. - 11:20 a.m.

    Prinicipal: Mr. Frank Rocco

    Email Mr. Rocco

Woodward

  • We are creating a nurturing environment where children can grow and flourish to reach their full potential.

    The staff at Woodward nurtures exploration, inquiry, and creative approaches to solving problems that will foster innovative thinking. Our staff is dedicated to teaching and learning and prepares our children for real life in middle school, high school, college, and beyond.

    Visit the school on Facebook. Find Woodward on Twitter and Instagram at @WStaRKzoo. 

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