Parents

WDS ParentsWoodstock Day School encourages an active and involved parent body.  Parents commit to 25 volunteer hours at the school, and those hours take many forms: from serving as a lunch mom or dad during the Early Childhood lunch period, to baking cookies for the school store, to participating in our annual Buildings and Grounds Days where we prepare the campus for winter and for spring, to building shelves in the Chem Lab.

There are many ways to be involved at WDS.  Family events, such as our annual Harvest Festival, Book Fair, or the all-school spring Musical, bring parents together in a celebratory way. Our Parents Association serves as a liaison between parents and classroom teachers, ensuring that all teachers get the support they need and all parents get the information they need.  We actively encourage parents to bring their passions and special skills to share with students of all ages.The families who make up our school community pour a great deal of personal time and energy into making WDS a better place, and a better experience, for all of our students.

2017-2018 Family Handbooks

Parents’ Association

Parents at Woodstock Day School are highly committed to supporting the students, teachers, and faculty in every way they can to enhance their children’s educational experience. Every parent at WDS is automatically a member of the Parents’ Association (PA).

The PA is a place to share ideas, pursue goals, learn from each other and become friends. In agreeing to become part of this community, we ask every household to contribute a minimum of 25 volunteer hours over the course of the school year. We do this to strengthen our bond as a community, to fill-in resource gaps, and to capitalize on the diversity of skills that our parents possess. The PA is the organization that puts these hours to work for the benefit of the school.

The mission of The Woodstock Day School Parents’ Association is to strengthen the partnership among the administration, faculty, and parents to enhance the overall experience for our children while at school. We focus on promoting open and effective communication between parents and the school and on creating engaging and entertaining activities to foster a greater sense of community.

The Parents Association would love to hear from you! If you have any comments, suggestions or concerns, please let us know.

Volunteer Hours

In agreeing to become part of this community, we ask every household to contribute a minimum of 25 volunteer hours over the course of the school year. We do this to strengthen our bond as a community, to fill-in resource gaps, and to capitalize on the diversity of skills that our parents possess.

We use Track It Forward to keep track of parent’s volunteer hours. It’s convenient easy and lives online.

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