It was an amazing week of Woodrow Homecoming celebrations! The Woodrow Homecoming Festival on Wednesday was a big hit and allowed our kids and families to show their Woodrow school spirit in many different ways. The festival ended with awesome performances by our Woodrow Cheerleaders, Woodrow Sweethearts and our Woodrow Band! It was a perfect way to kick off the homecoming celebrations!
Our Wildcats football team kept the week going with a dominant win over Newman Smith! Our Student Council ran an awesome campaign for our Homecoming Court and announced the court at halftime.
We finished off the week with our Woodrow Homecoming Dance at the FIG Friday night. Students were able to dance the night away in style and celebrate our homecoming with all their friends!
Your Woodrow PTA worked extremely hard in the weeks leading up to homecoming to make sure all our students had a chance to experience and celebrate our school spirit. Our mission was to make it all about the kids and I believe we knocked it out of the park! Our PTA fundraiser continues through the month of October. Please take a moment to become a supporter and receive some great Woodrow swag in return. Also, please remember to join our PTA while you are there. These are great ways to support our amazing PTA board and committees that work so hard for our students and families. Both can be done here: www.woodrowwildcats.org.
Chris Prestridge Woodrow PTA President
THE PTA IS LOOKING FOR FAMILY SPONSORS to help bridge the critical gaps in the DISD school budget as well as fund the Senior Class Activities Fund for each class. Visit the PTA website for more information on how you can support Woodrow.
WOODROW WILSON PERFORMING ARTS
WOODROW WILSON PERFORMING ARTS IS PROUD TO PRESENT A BRAND NEW ADAPTATION OF C.S. LEWIS' THE LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE. This adaptation was developed specifically for the students of Woodrow Wilson.
The production will be in the WWHS Auditorium. We will observe all safety procedures, requiring all audience members to be masked during the entire time they are on campus. We will also seat audience members with social distancing measures.
Performances are Friday, October 15; Saturday, October 16; and Monday, October 18 at 7 p.m. There will be a 2 p.m. matinee performance on Sunday, October 16.
Tickets are available at the door only; there is no reserved seating. Ticket prices are $10 and $5 for students (of any school). Doors open 30 minutes in advance.
Peace Pantry: The Woodrow Community Peace Pantry helps supplement meals and provides healthy snacks, uniforms, and toiletries to students. No paperwork is necessary. Email our Community Liaison Elizabeth Jurado to schedule a pickup time.
THERE ARE FOUR FAFSA WORKSHOPS IN OCTOBER. Join via Zoom to get expert assistance on completing your FAFSA/TAFSA. All sessions are from 5-8 p.m. and are available in English and Spanish. Visit the ASP Dallas website to register and get more information.
There is no school Friday, October 15. Student fair tickets will be distributed on Thursday, October 14 during 2B.
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