The 5th Annual WDS Story Journey is on November 10th, from 5:30-7:30. Please join us for this wonderful event, featuring literary stories in the woods, a bonfire, and refreshments. The cost is $5 per person or $20 per family and all donations help to support the Battering Ram Literary Journal. We look forward to seeing you there!
Building and Grounds Octoberfest is coming on October 30th from 10-2. We will be putting the gardens to bed and getting the campus ready for winter. Any volunteers able to assist with gardens: contact Linda at LPeckman@gmail.com. For carpentry and building maintenance: contact Stevedunning2016@gmail.com
There will be pizza, refreshments and a campfire. Also, please bring your own tools.
We look forward to seeing you there
Session two of this year’s new after school enrichment program is coming up. There are so many new and interesting things to do. Sign up today! Click on brochure to download it in PDF form.
4 – 7 Soccer.
3:15 – 4:30 Tue., Thur.
Brandon will run practice on the lower field from 3:15 to 4:30 on Tuesday and Thursday. When games begin, he will have most games on Tuesdays, thereby not affecting other activities.
HS Boys and Girls.
3:15 – 5:30 Mon. – Fri.
Curtis will run the two high school teams together on the upper field from 3:15 to 5:30 at the latest Monday through Friday. As this program becomes more formal, we are pushing to make the commitment through a full week of practice. When games begin there will be many days in the week when boys won’t practice because of a girls game, and vice versa! There may be occasional sessions at Zena Road, but always back at WDS by 5;30.
Roy Verspoor will run practice from 3:15 to 5pm Monday through Thursday. This also pushes the runners to a more formal commitment. He may also, with Matthew run sessions at the Meadow at Zena Road. All HVAL Invitationals are listed on his schedule, and the team can therefore pick the ones they are most capable of running in!
The beginning of school is almost here and that means fall soccer and cross country. Click on the schedule to download a PDF copy of the entire fall sports schedule.
Mid-Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union (MHV) recently partnered with the Woodstock Day School (WDS) to give students of the Media Arts Department the opportunity to act as their own video marketing agency. With the credit union in the role of client, the students were asked to put their own unique twist on a financial education video on the topic of checking account basics. Where Teenagers Save Their Money is the result of the student film project and includes a band of money stealing bears.