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23231 Hatteras Street, Woodland Hills, CA 91367 Ph: (818) 347-7097 | Fax: (818) 883-3953
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Night Of The Arts (NOTA) - recycled material Tigers

Teacher Appreciation Luncheon

UCLA Volunteer students painting a map mural on the playground

 

Night Of The Arts (NOTA) - recycled materials - Camel

Student made banner

Woodlake World Fest 2016

What you see when walking at Woodlake

NOTA - Theater In The Round 

Student artwork 

Student artwork in our Art Studio

Pajama-rama

Lunch Under the Trees

Nasturtium edible flowers in the school garden

Woodlake's Art Aide making art with students

Student color wheels and sculptures in our Art Studio

Students enjoying the Scholastic Book Fair

Tombstone "Graveyard" at Woodlake's Annual Monster Bash

NOTA recycled material - Peacocks

Vegetables grown in the school garden

"Everyone Here Fits In" Puzzle Mural completely by Volunteer UCLA students

Councilman Bob Blumenfield helping out the UCLA Volunteer project

Monster Bash 2015

Detail of Student painted found object mobile

Woodlake students singing the UCLA Fight Song as they warmly welcome UCLA Volunteer students onto campus for a Service Project Day

Student exploring the recycled material Animal Garden

Students meeting Principal Thompson

For Students before and after school as well as during recess and lunch

Woodlake's Annual Holiday Performance

Monday Morning Assembly

Student Council Election Posters

Welcome Wildcats

Principal's Message

Dear Parents:

Third through Fifth grade students will be participating in the Smarter Balanced Assessment from May 1-19. The assessment measures critical thinking with questions that ask students to demonstrate their research, writing and problem solving skills.  Please set your child up for success by making sure he or she eats a healthy breakfast and gets to school on time.

Please check the lost and found now located under the pergola for clothing items, lunch boxes and water bottles. Unclaimed items will be donated.

Sincerely,

Mario Thompson

Wildcat News

Trek for Tech Raises Funds for New Computers

Upgraded computer lab,opened late November, features 36 new MACs Leasing provided by Apple Education for three years, with the first year's cost of about $18,600 paid for by Trek for Tech funds. Navigating students through the new technology this year is Computerwisekids

School Experience Survey 2017

The School Experience Survey is an annual survey administered to all LAUSD schools. The survey reports give each school important insight into what staff, students and parents think about their school's learning environment.
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