Show Woodrow teachers how much you appreciate them by helping fill the snack bar! Your donations provide our staff with weekly treats. Goodies are set out in the main office every Friday.
You can purchase from the Amazon or Walmart Wish Lists or use them as a guide to shop on your own and drop off items in the main office between 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. If you order online be sure to select the 'this is a gift' box so items ship directly to Woodrow.
PTA HONORARY LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP AWARD
Nominations are being taken to recognize and acknowledge those in our community who have year after year given of themselves to improve student outcomes. To nominate someone, please write a short description of the contributions your nominee has made to Woodrow students and email the nomination to Becky Daniel prior to the March 31, 2022, deadline. Winners will be announced during the PTA end-of-year awards and celebration party in May. We are Woodrow!
DIALOGUE WITH DISD SUPERINTENDENT
DISD Superintendent Dr. Michael Hinojosa is hosting a series of Community Conversations to talk with faculty and staff, as well as parents and community members about DISD. Woodrow faculty will have a session from 5-6 p.m. on March 23, and parents, students and community members are invited to the session in the Woodrow auditorium from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Get more information and register on the DISD website.
5 ROLES WORKSHOP - UPDATED DATE
Join DISD Family and Community Engagement to learn the five roles families play in their student's academic success. A morning session is available on Tuesday, March 8 at 9 a.m. and and afternoon session is available Thursday, March 10 at 4:30 p.m.The Zoom link will be directly emailed to you after you register.
PEACE PANTRY SPRING BREAK BAGS
Spring Break is almost here! Can you help provide a Spring Break food bag for our Woodrow families in need? See the sign up for the list of the items to be included in each bag. Sign up for your family to make a bag or sign up for multiple spots and donate as a group. Peace Pantry Volunteers will be in the horseshoe to collect your donations from 10-11 a.m. on Wednesday, March 9.
Thank you for helping us make Spring Break a little happier for our students in need.
CONGRATULATIONS WOODROW GOLF
The Woodrow girls team played Tuesday, March 1 in the Dallas ISD Athletic tournament hosted at Tenison Glen. They won 1st place in the team competition (pictured from left to right are Natalia Ybarra, Ella Jones, Emmy Martinez, Grace Winton, Ava Berend, and Chelsea Loper), and Emmy Martinez won 1st place individual honors with a score of 100. Grace Winton took 2nd with a score of 102.
The varsity boys played Monday February 28 at the Dallas Athletic Club Invitational hosted by Lake Highlands. The Woodrow Boys finished in 8th place. The low score of the team was 84 posted by Michael White (pictured swinging).
The Woodrow Red Boys team finished in 1st place in the Dallas ISD Athletics tournament at Tenison Glen (pictured left to right are Jacob Yetts, Warren D'Lizarraga, Joseph Pate, Drake Walsh, and Ty Joplin). The Woodrow Gray Boys Team finished in 3rd place in that same tournament (pictured from left to right are Cole Carpio, Tanner Diederich, Weslyn Lott, and Aarav Patel). Drake Walsh earned 3rd place individual honors with a score of 91.
The 2022 application is open for Woodrow Wilson Community Foundation scholarships.
This year we have 32 individual scholarship awards totaling $49,250. The deadline for submissions is March 25. Students may access the application by visiting woodrowfoundation.org/apply or visiting our homepage at woodrowfoundation.org and clicking on the drop-down menu for Scholarships.
Wildcat Family, if you’ve visited campus recently you may have noticed two new structures donated by Woodrow alums. First is a “shade” structure on the east side of the building between the original 2008 addition.
The structure was made possible by donors to Wildcat Legends Plaza, a project conceived and executed by the Woodrow Class of 1966.
Our alums' second project was a collaboration with Woodrow Athletic Booster to provide a canopy providing much-needed shade for Woodrow athletes. These '66 Wildcats, in conjunction with the class of 2015, also provided the monument sign in Woodrow's front yard as well as Legends Plaza.
Thank you Legends Plaza Committee and Donors and Class of 1966 for your vision and commitment to your school and fellow Wildcats!