Mr. Wilson, Ms. Estatico, and Mrs. Furman classrooms traveled to the Waterfront on a Community Based Learning Field Trip. They visited UNO’S Pizzeria and Grill to learn how a restaurant is operated, restaurant etiquette, and made their own Pizza. We then traveled to the Alleghany Intermediate Unit 3 where the students were able to spend time with employees in AV/tech, production/mail, and building/grounds to learn about their roles and job duties. Our students loved the time they spent in our community.
Lionsgate and the movie EARLY MAN are donating $1.00 per movie ticket to the Woodland Hills Intermediate MakerSpace. Please help us by spreading the word to see the film anytime before April 1st. Tickets are on sale now! For sales to count: Get tickets using this Fandango link to support us: https://www.fandango.com/early-man-200804/movie-overview?a=13034&cmp=13034:early015168
Woodland Hills Elementary students were rewarded with a trip to PPG Paints Arena for The Pittsburgh Penguins Open Hockey Practice. More than 200 WHSD students enjoyed watching the Penguins demonstrate their skills. These deserving students were recognized for perfect attendance, excellent behavior, and demonstrating what it means to be a Wolverine!
Fifth graders in Miss Scholze and Mr. Hauenstein’s classes completed Biography Book Reports for the month of January. They researched famous people, then designed very unique posters.
The Woodland Hills Intermediate School would like to congratulate Mia Curler on becoming the First Student Ambassador at our school for the NFL Fuel Up to Play 60 Program. Mia has achieved this status by earning 30,000 Points on FuelUpToPlay60.com. Mia reported her healthy eating and physical activity accomplishments on the Student Dashboard. Fuel Up to Play 60 has effectively helped Woodland Hills Intermediate Students make healthy, sustainable changes in our school and community. Way to go Mia we are so proud of you! Keep up the good work.
On Thursday, February 1, the 6th grade students took a field trip to see the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra at Heinz Hall. The PSO provided a generous grant to make this amazing concert accessible. The program featured music by female composers. Students interacted with musicians of the symphony and heard a variety of instruments that we have been learning about in class.
Markus Smith and Tren Veal from Stuck on Swing visit Woodland Hills Intermediate to provide elite Ballroom Dancing instruction. Click here to watch.