95 Woodward Parkway  |  Farmingdale, NY 11735

Phone: 516-752-6560

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Welcome

 
 
Woodward Parkway School
95 Woodward Parkway
        Farmingdale, New York  11735 
(516)752-6560     
                 


Principal: John Patrick Klocek

Asst. Principal: Jennifer DeHayes 
 
 
 
 
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WOODWARD PARKWAY WEATHER STATION  
 
 
 

Announcements

RED RIBBON WEEK
 

Monday, October 27, 2014

All classes will read our new Book of the Month, Zero by Katherine Otoshi. Students will be encouraged to reflect on the “choice” that the main character, Zero makes in believing she has value and that “It is what’s inside that matters most.” All good choices start here! Classroom discussions will focus on how each student has a voice and how the choices that he/she makes truly matter.

 

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

         Class Pledge Day

Classes will discuss good choices, make a pledge and display their pledges outside of their classrooms.

 

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

         Wear Red Day
 

Students should wear red to celebrate Red Ribbon Week! 

 

Thursday, October 30, 2014 –

         Too Bright to Make Bad Choices Day

Students will wear neon or sunglasses to school to show that they are too bright to make bad choices. They will each receive stickers that say, “United Against Bullying and Drugs” which they will display on a large poster in the cafeteria.

 

Friday, October 31, 2014

         Healthy Red Snack Day
 

As the students will be eating lots of treats on this special day, we ask them to bring one Healthy Red Snack to school to eat during snack time. 


 

 

 The Character Education trait for the month of OCTOBER is:
 
RESPECT
The Book of the Month is:
 
 Zero
 

 
 
 
WOODWARD PARKWAY
IS USING TWITTER
@WWW_Dalers 
 
 
Dear Parents,
 
      We are excited to announce that Woodward Parkway has started a Twitter feed. Please follow us at @WWP_Dalers. Some of you are familiar with Twitter while this may be new to others. Hopefully, these questions will help.
 
      What is Twitter?      Twitter is a service for friends, family, and coworkers to communicate and stay connected through quick messages. People write short updates, often called "Tweets," of 140 characters or less. These messages are posted to our profile and are sent to our followers. 
 
      Why Twitter?      How many times have you asked your child, “What did you learn in school today?” If your children are anything like ours, they typically answer, “Nothing.” By following our feed, you will have information about what grade levels are learning and have a starting point to ask your child about.
 
      Can I ask questions on the Woodward Parkway feed?      Not at this time. As of now, we are using our Twitter feed to send out information, not to communicate directly with individuals.
 
      Will pictures be posted on Twitter?      Yes. As we see things happening in and around our school, we will tweet pictures with captions.
 
      How do I sign on?      In order to follow our school’s Twitter feed, you will need to create your own Twitter account. To do so, please go to www.twitter.comand look for a section on the page that says, “New to Twitter? Sign Up.” You will need to enter your name, an email address and select a password. Once you have established your account, please use the search function found at the top of the page which is represented by the image of magnifying glass. When prompted, type in @WWP_Dalers and select our school’s icon. Once you arrive at our school’s page, click the button “Follow.” Once you do that, you will receive updates from our school on a regular basis which will help you talk about the school day with your child.
 
      We look forward to sharing information with you using this exciting new tool and we thank you for your continued cooperation and support.
 
      Sincerely,
 
           Patrick Klocek                                                  Jennifer DeHayes