September 27, 2019
2019 will be the 8th annual 5k and 1 mile fun run! More details at:
Check out 2018 photos at:
Click HERE to see great photos from the 2018 ROAR Run.
Any questions, please contact: Antoinette Corelis at firstname.lastname@example.org
Girls on the Run registration is open for 4th and 5th grade girls at Woodland Intermediate. We will meet after school on Wednesdays and Thursdays, starting in March. Please register at:
Be sure you select the site: Woodland Intermediate (Gurnee) - Grades 4-5
To learn more about the program, visit https://www.gotrchicago.org/
Proof of Residency
August Date TBD | Time TBD | Woodland Middle School
Visit the PTA tables to pay for your annual membership and receive your PTA card and calendar. Additional items will be available for purchase such as spirit wear and supply packs.
To volunteer for this event, see the HOME page.
For more information from the district about Proof of Residency:
Please support Woodland School libraries by shopping at our Scholastic Book Fairs this Spring. As always, volunteers are needed to make our fairs a success (and to keep the lines short!)
Middle School — April :
Primary — April 20-21
Intermediate — April 24-30
Elementary East — May 5
Elementary West — May 6
We are always looking for new Book Fair chairs. The chairperson(s) will receive support and training from librarians, previous chairs, and Scholastic reps. Let us know if you would be interested!
A Little Time Together
This is a fun “girl talk” program for 4th and 5th grade girls and their moms (or grandma, aunt, or another special lady in their life) that is filled with lots of activities and great ideas about “growing up” for girls . The speaker, Pat Garrity, keeps the topics light-hearted with her stories that will make you laugh. She also helps the girls feel more comfortable talking about the changes of puberty to come.
See the flyer HERE for more details.
Woodland Intermediate School
Please RSVP by March 1st to email@example.com
March TBD at Woodland Intermediate
K-5th Grade Students & Families
We are excited to host the 4th annual Mardi Gras dance! More details to come but save the date as its sure to be a lot of fun. Last year there was dancing, King cakes, and crafts. Fun was had by all ages! This fabulous, New Orleans themed event is for children and their parent (or special adult in their life) and is filled with music, food, and fun. Tickets are $5 per person.
Nothing Bundt Cakes will be selling bundtlets for $5 at the dance. $1 from every sale goes to the PTA!
Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
To order tickets:
Please click HERE to print an order form and return to your child's school with payment by February 25th.
This year, instead of doing a used coat drive, the PTA joined forces with the Rotary Club of Gurnee to raise funds for Operation Warm. We are happy to report that thanks to your support, Woodland families raised $3,681 for Operation Warm! For many children, this may be the FIRST brand new coat they have ever owned. Thank you again for your generosity!
Gurnee Demons 3on3 Dunkfest
This even has been cancelled for the 2020-2021 school year. We are looking forward to having this again next fall!
Visit the "Dunkfest" page on our website for more information about this event.
Who: ALL Woodland students and their families
Where: INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
What: Besides shopping, there will be fun family activities and food for sale.
Our volunteers will help your child select and wrap the perfect holiday gifts within your budget. Gifts will range from $.50 to $15 and we offer a range of products for everyone…Mom, Dad, Grandma, Grandpa, teachers, siblings and even pets! More information and your shopping envelope will be sent home with your child in mid-November.
Goodnight, Sleep Tight
Date TBD | 6:30-7:30pm | Intermediate Multi-Purpose Room
Come one, come all to be entertained by the “juggling storyteller,”Chris Fascione, who will create a fun time for all. Laughter abounds as this family entertainer brings children’s books to life with his high spirited performance. Full of energy, humor and imagination, Chris creates colorful characters through his unique combination of storytelling, clowning and juggling. He brings out the kid in everyone, as adults and children alike have fun at his shows. Do not miss this wonderful event. Children are encouraged to wear their p.j.’s and bring a blanket and pillow to snuggle with. Milk and chocolate chip cookies will be served after the performance. This is a free family event, and children must be accompanied by an adult. For more information call Tanya Helt at 847-984-8947.