Daniel Royer, Woods Class of 2013, continues his work with drones, robotics, and...mind control??
Madame Derfeuil's French I classes held a fashion show to exhibit vocabulary. Students learned words for articles of clothing and modeled examples. Next week, the world of fashion and couturiers!
Soccer players, current and former, took sides on the pitch for a high-spirited, fun-to-fun match on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. For the second year, Coach Graeme Stewart set the game in motion with great success. Mark your calendar for next year--spectators welcome!
In pre-calculus, students used transformations and functions to design and carve pumpkins. Elementary classes visited to vote on the best one.
This morning, students practiced singing "Sumer is i-cumen in" (summer is a comin' in), a classic ballad written in the Middle Ages. This was their final performance, in round.
On the 13th through the 14th of October the seniors of the Woods Charter high school attended Camp Chestnut Ridge for their senior retreat. At the Retreat seniors were able to bond with each other over fun activities and gatherings to talk about the high school. The Seniors were able to establish goals that they plan to accomplish as a senior class for the 2016-2017 school year. The retreat provided a lot of time for students to reflect on their high school careers and to look at what the future held for them. Overall it was a great time for the seniors and teachers to get to know everyone a little better, to have fun, and to provide seniors with a short getaway from school to reflect on their lives.
The 2nd Annual WOC-out had perfect fall weather and record participation. Extra credit to Henry N. for bringing the supplies for s'mores, Mr. Dudhat and Hannah O. for camping out for the first time, Hunter H. for a great play list, David L. for keeping us safe, Ms. Koppelkam for being in charge, Tyler and Frank for organizing, and everyone for coming out!
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