Woodland Elementary School

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Infinite Campus Parent Portal

  • It is CRITICAL that all FCS parents be connected through Infinite Campus. All portal accounts require a 1-time activation to create your ID and password. You must be a parent/guardian of a current FCS student and have the following information to activate an account.

    • Student's first and last name (as entered on birth certificate)
    • Student ID number 
    • Student Date of Birth (DD/MM/YYYY)
    • Student grade level (2022 - 2023 grade level)

    To set-up your account, please enter your email here:  Campus Parent Portal Activation

      Please note:  If you are unable to activate your account by answering the verification questions, please contact Stephanie Cumberbatch cumberbatch@fultonschools.org.

    If you are having issues resetting your password, please call the FCS IT Service Helpline: 470 - 254 - 4357. 

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    We want to connect with you via Class Dojo! Once a teacher sets up their class, they send parents special invites to connect to the Dojo classroom. Once you're connected to the teacher's classroom, you will be able to see Woodland's School Story, where important information is posted on a regular basis. If you have not received an email to connect to Dojo, please email your child's teacher. 

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    The Wildcat Newsletter is sent out weekly. You can visit the Weekly Wildcat Smore to access the newsletter. 

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  • Letter from the Principal

    September 29, 2022

    Greetings Wildcat Families!

    This year all Fulton County second and fourth grade students will participate in the MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) assessment. Your child will participate in six testing days in October. Please ensure that your child is on time for school and gets a good night’s rest to ensure the best possible testing environment. The MAP is a computer-adaptive test. Students will be assessed in English Language Arts and Math. This assessment measures what the students know, regardless of their grade level. Please visit this link for detailed information about the assessment and what it measures. https://cdn.nwea.org/docs/Family+Guide+to+MAP+Growth.pdf. Thank you in advance for ensuring your child arrives on time ready for this assessment.

    Georgia PreK Week

    Georgia’s Pre-K Week emphasizes the importance of quality early childhood education by providing opportunities for leaders to engage with Pre-K classrooms in local communities. This year, Georgia’s Pre-K Week will be held October 3 – 7, 2022. Each child enrolled in a Georgia Pre-K classroom will receive his/her own copy of the new book, Hey, Georgia by Malcolm Mitchell. We are so fortunate to have two wonderful teachers, Ms. Barnes and Mrs. Sharp, leading our Pre-K classes at Woodland!

    Georgia’s Pre-K program was the first state-funded and universal program in the country. Georgia is one of eight states and D.C. that provides high quality care to more than 50 percent of 4-year-olds. Launched 11 years ago, Georgia Pre-K Week celebrates Georgia’s nationally recognized Pre-K program, which has educated approximately 1.6 million of Georgia’s youth since it began in 1992.

    Georgia Pre-K Week is organized each year by Bright from the Start, the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning and Voices for Georgia’s Children and supported by more than 20 child-focused partner organizations.

    Road Closure Notification

    Beginning Monday morning, October 3, 2022, Spalding Drive will be closed between the traffic signal at Chamblee Dunwoody Road and Dunwoody Road. Work hours will typically be from 7:30am to 5:30pm. Once construction begins, the road will be temporarily closed for approximately 6 weeks. Southbound and northbound traffic on Spalding will be re-directed to Dunwoody/Chamblee Dunwoody Road with electronic message boards and signage. If you have any questions, please direct them to the City of Dunwoody: Construction@dunwoodyga.gov.

    We know that our school enrollment and one-way in/one-way traffic flow places a strain on arrival and dismissal times. Please begin to prepare for this change in your routine. Our transportation department is in communication with the City of Dunwoody to ensure we will have minimal disruption to our bus arrival and departure times. When students arrive at school via the school bus, they are never marked tardy. School arrival and dismissal times will remain the same.

    National Custodial Workers Recognition Day

    National Custodial Workers Recognition Day is Monday, October 2, 2022! We are so fortunate for our amazing team, Roberto Mendez, Gordon Mohn, Cira Atencio, Mayerling Perozo Valbuena, and Hal Henderson! They make Woodland shine every day and they connect with our students and staff! We appreciate them keeping our school clean and safe!

    Student Safety

    As we approach the upcoming holidays, it is important to remind parents and families that candy, desserts, baked goods (store bought/homemade), or any other edible items are not to be sold or distributed at school or on the bus unless approved in advance by school administration. Per our Student Code of Conduct, students who do not adhere to this expectation are subject to disciplinary action for violation 7A: Failure to Follow Rules and all candy or food items will be confiscated. Please discuss this expectation and possible consequences with your student(s) as this will be taken very seriously. This is due to recent national and state reports about students sharing edible items and synthetic medications with other students that contain very harmful substances.

    Please know that taking this measure will help us maintain a safe environment for all students. You can help us protect your student(s) by requesting that they not eat anything given to them by another person, anything that they have not brought from your home or anything not in its original sealed package.

    Thank you for your continued partnership in keeping all of our students safe at school!

    Volunteer Opportunity

    Are you interested in participating as a once-a-month volunteer at Woodland? We have an opportunity for you to assist with prep and set-up for STEM activities for multiple groups and grade levels. The first volunteer opportunity will be on October 26th. For more information, please email Ms. Foster, at fosterqr@fultonschools.org.

    Sandy Springs Education Force Road Race

    Lightning 10K/5K

    Saturday Morning, October 22nd

    Sandy Springs Education Force (SSEF) invites you to sign up for the 10K/5K Lightning Run. This fast, flat route is well known for providing runners opportunities for their best Peachtree Road Race qualifying times on a USATF-certified course. (There is also a step challenge and there are virtual options.) Registrants receive a wicking race shirt and swag bag. Top finishers on Saturday, October 22, 2022 will receive medals and a chance to win other prizes, such as a signed jersey and ball from Josef Martinez of Atlanta United. Join our school’s team! The school with the most registered runners will bring home the traveling trophy and earn special recognition – not to mention bragging rights! Plus, our school can win $350 toward a special treat for our teachers and staff if we have the largest team of at least 40 people. Use this code for $10 off: SSEFRUN.

    Your participation supports SSEF’s work in our school and other public schools in Sandy Springs. Join our school’s team by registering via this li

    Student Code of Conduct

    If you have not completed the digital signature process for the Student Code of Conduct, please take time to complete this very important task as soon as possible.

    As we continue our work of providing a safe and nurturing environment for our students, our Office of Student Discipline strives to provide each parent/guardian and student with a copy of the District’s Student Code of Conduct. Parents and students are able to sign for receipt of our Student Code of Conduct using our digital signature process.

    The link below contains a step-by-step “how to” guide for completing the process of collecting signatures:

    How to...Parent & Student Code Receipt

    • All students above 10 years of age and their parents, guardians, or other person having control or charge of the child are asked to sign acknowledging receipt of the Code of Conduct and Student Handbook.
    • Parents and students are able to verify receipt by using their online portal or the app on their smartphone/device.
    • The Code of Conduct can be viewed via the website: https://www.fultonschools.org/studentdiscipline

    Remember to say connected by visiting our website! Please see below for additional school related information!

    With Extreme Wildcat P.R.I.D.E.,

    Ms. Toomer, Principal

    Important Information

    Arrival and Dismissal

    If your student is a car rider for dismissal, please remain in your car, for the safety of your students and staff members. Exiting your car to meet your child delays our ability to expedite the dismissal process and keep students and staff safe.

    Our school day begins at 7:40 am and ends at 2:20 pm daily. Students may begin arriving at 7:00 am and should be in the classroom at 7:40 am. Students arriving after 7:40 will be marked tardy. Parents will need to escort their students in for check-in at the front desk if they arrive after 7:40 am. Let’s work together to establish a consistent, timely routine for your student.

    If you are riding the school bus, please make sure you arrive at your bus stop at least 5 minutes before the pick-up time. Your bus information may be found at https://www.fultonschools.org/transportation.

    Birthday Celebrations

    Our Cafeteria may provide, at a cost to the parent, frozen treats, $1.00 each for your child and their class. All treats are big 9 allergen-free, unless indicated. There are a variety of flavors and a non-dairy option. The birthday treat meets USDA requirements for smart snacks in school, and the Cafeteria Staff delivers it to your child’s class for all to enjoy!! Be sure to signup and pay for this convenience through our cafeteria.

    Uniform Policy

    All students wear the Woodland uniform. Please see the details below about the uniforms:

    • Shirts: Collared shirt, long-sleeved or short, with or without the Woodland logo. The colors are red, white, or navy. Turtlenecks are acceptable.
    • Pants: Navy or khaki shorts or pants. Shorts should be mid-thigh to knee length. Pleated or elastic waist pants are acceptable. Jeans, sweatpants, or tight leggings are not acceptable. Girls may also wear navy or khaki skirts, skorts, or jumpers, provided they are mid-thigh to knee length. During colder months, tights of uniform color (red, white, or navy blue) may be worn underneath skirts.
    • Shoes & Socks: Closed-toed athletic (sneakers) with red, white, or navy socks will ensure that students are properly dressed for P.E. and recess. Shoes should be in neutral colors, such as black, brown, or white. Small colored accents are acceptable but should not be the primary color of the shoe.
    • PE: Athletic style shoes are required for PE. Students will not be allowed to participate in PE if they are not wearing appropriate shoes and their grade may be negatively impacted by failure to participate.
    • Accessories: Purses, caps, headphones, etc. are not permitted at school unless authorized by the principal or teacher.

    We look forward to seeing all the students arrive dressed in school uniform and ready to learn!


    Every effort is made to ensure open communication between home and school. Teachers and parents should communicate regularly regarding questions or concerns that arise during the school year. To stay connected, please read all correspondence that comes home with your child and/or is sent electronically. It is extremely important that your email is up to date in Infinite Campus. Most of the communication from the school will be sent using the email address we have on file. You can update this information by logging into your parent portal account. We are committed to providing all stakeholders with clear and transparent communication. Please see below our forms of communication.

    • The Principal’s Newsletter is a direct communication from the principal sent on Thursdays. Please be sure we have your email on file so that you will receive this communication.
    • Classroom Teacher’s Class Dojo helps you stay informed about what is happening in your child’s classroom. Each teacher will observe a quiet hour notification between the hours of 8:00am – 2:30pm, during instructional time. During this time, they will be unable to respond to messages. In most cases, you will receive a response within 24-48 hours.
    • Samples of Work are sent home to keep you updated on your child’s progress. All classroom teachers will send Thursday folders for graded work.
    • Infinite Campus/Parent Portal is available for you to monitor your child’s grades. We encourage you to utilize this system to stay current with your child’s progress. Usernames and passwords are valid from year to year for continuously enrolled students.
    • Written Notes: Most communication can be handled through written notes. Please be sure to let your child know that he/she has a note for the teacher.
    • Email: All teachers have county provided email addresses. Please note that teachers are not able to check email during instructional time. In most cases, you will receive a response.
    • Phone Calls: Teachers are unavailable to take phone calls during an instructional day. Please be aware that it may be late in the afternoon before your message is received and your call returned. In most cases, you will receive a response within 24-48 hours.
    • Conferences: We encourage regular communication to discuss your child’s progress at school. Conferences may be initiated by the parent, teacher, or administrator and held at a mutually agreeable time.
    • Website – the school website is https://www.fultonschools.org/woodlandes. Please visit our site regularly for the most current information and resources.

    Fulton County Schools Attendance Policy

    Attendance Matters- Click here to learn more!

    Documentation is required when a child is absent. Parents should email or send a note to the child’s school letting them know why their child was absent.

    The following must be included in the note/email:

    • Student Name
    • Student FCS ID Number (Lunch Number)
    • Parent/Guardian Name
    • Parent/Guardian Email & Phone Number
    • Reason for Excuse

    A school may request additional documentation if a student has reached the following benchmarks.

    • After 3 consecutive ill absences, a doctor’s note will be required.
    • 7 or more days for any reason (not including an assigned remote day).
    • 10 or more late arrivals or early checkouts.
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2022 - 2023 Supply List

Late Bus?

  • Contact North Transportation, 470 - 254 - 2970, for information regarding late buses. 

    You can also use the Here Comes the Bus app for live GPS tracking. For more information, visit Fulton's Here Comes the Bus page. 

  • Woodland Elementary School | 1130 Spalding Drive | Atlanta, GA 30350 | Phone: (470) 254-5890 | Fax: (470) 254-4091


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