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Woodland Self-Managers

Woodlands School Song

Students who consistently demonstrate the Woodland expectations of being Respectful, Responsible, and Safe will be nominated by their teachers to become Woodland Self-Managers. A nominated student must be approved by all the school specialists, Mr. Warning and Mrs. Buerger as demonstrating these expectations school-wide. If approved, the student will receive a special bracelet that declares to all staff they are a Self-Manager and a certificate to take home. Self-Managers have their pictures posted in the schools main hallway and they are invited to a celebration each month. PAWS FOR APPLAUSE
Students may also be randomly recognized by any staff member when showing exceptional displays of being responsible, respectful, and safe. The student will receive a Woodland Paw with a brief note on what behavior the student was caught doing with excellence!

Woodland Elementary School

North Thurston Public Schools

Woodland is our school. We all know Its a caring, sharing, awesome place for all of us to grow. Woody is our mascot, Wildcats are we. Its a happy, joyful place for all of us to be. Working hard and thinking, following the golden rule. Thats what makes learning at this school cool! Teachers, principal, staff and volunteers, helping all the students Throughout all the years. Woodland is our school. Were the white and blue. Im a mighty Wildcat and youre one too!

Positive Behavioral Intervention & Support (PBIS)

Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe

Woodland Elementary 4630 Carpenter Rd SE Lacey, Washington 98503 Phone: 360-412-4680

David Warning , Principal dwarning@nthurston.k12.wa.us Linda Buerger, School Counselor lbuerger@nthurston.k12.wa.us

Woodland Mission
The mission of Woodland Elementary School is to create a RESPECTFUL, RESPONSIBLE and SAFE learning environment for all.

Woodland Cheer

Woodland Wildcats, What are we? Woodland Wildcats, What are we?

We are responsible, safe as can be!


Restrooms: Woodland students are expected to respect privacy, wash hands with soap and dry hands when using the restrooms. Students will use a 0 voice and go directly back to class. Playground: When at recess or on the playground students are expected to be kind to others. Students should play in assigned areas, follow the equipment safety rules and invite others to join in the fun. Students are expected to walk quietly through the learning zone so as not to disturb other classes. They are also expected to wear a coat with a hat or hood in the rain.

Positive Behavioral Intervention & Support

The focus of Positive Behavioral Intervention & Support (PBIS) is to provide a clear and consistent system of expected behaviors for each student in our school. We have created set expectations for our students behaviors in the classroom, hallways, restrooms, lunch line and on the playground. These expectations are taught and reinforced throughout the school year using consistent language for each grade level. Emphasis will be on reinforcing positive behavior and providing students with the tools necessary to be successful at school and to lay the foundation to become a productive citizen.

We are respectful, definitely!

Woodland Expectations:
Be Respectful Be Responsible Be Safe
Classrooms: Students are expected to listen to directions/instructions, work quietly, respect others property, use respectful words, have mate- rials ready, stay focused and on-task. Hallways and Common Areas: Students are expected to have 0 voice and quiet feet so that students in surrounding classrooms do not have their learning experience interrupted. When in the hallways and common areas Woodland students will go directly to their destination and follow staff directions. They should stay to the right.

Inappropriate Behavior
When a student does not follow the Woodland Expectations (Respectful, Responsible, Safe) he/she may receive a Behavior Concern for a minor offense. (ex. Not following directions) We request that a parent or guardian sign the form and the student return the form to their teacher the next school day. For continued minor offenses, or a major offense, an Office Referral will be written, and a parent/ guardian will receive a phone call from the principal letting you know the details and the consequences.