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  • Saturday Academy Returns to PKMS on March 23

    You are invited to attend our Saturday Academy event on March 23 at Peekskill Middle School! The day begins with a free brunch at 10 a.m. There will be free dental screenings, a financial literacy workshop, live cooking and more! This week we are asking people to come dressed in pink and purple as we celebrate Women's History Month together. We hope to see you there! There are only a few Saturday Academy sessions left for this school year! Mark your calendars with the remaining 2019 dates: April 27 and May 11.

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  • Woodside Art on Display at Field Library

    The Field Library is presently displaying our Woodside artists! Swing by the Field to check out painted family portraits by Ms. Cupo's Grade 1 class and colorful painted cats by Ms. Cronin's Kindergarten class.

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  • BOCES Brings "Birds & Raptors" Presentation to Woodside

    On Monday, February 11, the PNW BOCES Center for Environmental Education Programs came to visit Woodside students and they brought along some very special guests. Student were treated to a "Birds & Raptors" presentation and had the opportunity to see real birds of prey up close. The children were engaged by the lesson and excited to meet these beautiful creatures.

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  • Instructional Focus Newsletter

    The Parent Instructional Focus is geared toward helping our parent community understand instructional benchmarks, familiarize you with what your child is learning every day and to foster and build a solid home/school connection. We believe that a strong partnership will ensure your child’s academic success and hope that you find the newsletter informative and helpful!

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  • Kindergarten Concierge Welcomes Peekskill Students Back to School

    Thanks to some creative ideas from the school’s new principal, Mrs. Rebecca Aviles-Rodriguez, and a collaborative effort between the District, the United Way of Westchester and Putnam, and Costco, Woodside’s students and their caregivers had the opportunity to visit a “Kindergarten Concierge” and “First Grade Front Desk.” These tented areas were set up outside the main entrance of the building and created a space for parents to drop off supplies, have their questions answered and discuss any concerns regarding the first day of school.

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Woodside Featured Video: Woodside Black History Month Celebration

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