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Woodside poets gathered last week to participate in the school's Poetry Cafe. Students and teachers read original works, as well as the poems of other authors, such as Shel Silverstein. After the readings, the children signed autographs in the back of the cafeteria.
If you see a photo of a lighthouse on the front of a classroom door inside one of Peekskill’s schools, it’s not for simple decoration. It’s a symbol of the dedication and learning going on behind the door. CLick on the headline above to learn how Peekskill's Literacy Leaders are "lighting" the way for their students.
Woodside students in Ms. Marzella and Ms. Carvalho’s classes presented a bilingual version of, The Great Kapok Tree on April 6. The play, which was directed by Ms. Wood-Chang, offered all involved a great learning opportunity as the students told a tale of environmental conservation in the voice of concerned rainforest animals.
At Woodside Elementary, Mrs. Cronin's Kindergarten class has been learning about ways to take care of the Earth. Students have been recycling in the classroom and recently spent some time with Mr. DiFabio, one of Woodside's custodians, to learn even more about recycling. Mr. DiFabio explained which containers the school's recycling is sorted into and showed the children the receptacles first hand.
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