Michael was awarded first place for his physics science project called Cell Phones and Electromagnetic Radiation. Way to go Michael!
Woodcrest has amazing people that work together to make our school a great place for kids. This year we celebrate three individuals that do so much for our school community. Thank you Mrs. Lydia Enriquez for always having a warm smile and positive attitude while working in the very busy office. Thank you Mrs. Holly Dullas for the many volunteer hours you give to benefit our students. We appreciate having you as our PTA president. Thank you Mrs. Alicia Drake for your hard work and dedication to our kindergarten children. Woodcrest is so fortunate to have all of you!
Congratulations to all of our school winners in this year's science fair. Way to go Benjaman Clark, Dele Odulate, Ryan Romero, Ella Chavez, Jake Blinco, Lexie Flores, Gregory Burchett, Alexis Bullock, Samantha Sizemore, and Michael Petrick. These students all prepared amazing projects and went to the district level competition to represent Woodcrest. A special congratulations to Gregory Burchett for placing second in the district competition and for his first place recognition from the biology department at UCR. Congratulations to Lexie Flores for placing second and earning the silver. Also a special congratulations to Michael Petrick for his first place win in physics. Michael will be going to the next level of competition April 5-6, 2016 at the Bourns Technology Center. Good luck Michael!
Captain Carl's Mobile Tidepool visited our second grade students to teach them about a variety of sea creatures. The students loved touching the animals and were so excited about all the new things they learned. Click on the headline to see some more pictures.
Due to rainy weather expected this week, lunch with your child has been cancelled for this Friday. Our next scheduled date is March 18th.
Our performances in December were fantastic! We are looking forward to the next set of performances scheduled for February 9th. Mark your calendars because you won't want to miss it.