Photo of whole faculty gathered at orientation 2018. We value our collaborative community, which is an essential catalyst for academic growth, physical and emotional well being, and artistic expression. Class of 2018
We value strong relationships characterized by mutual respect and trust. We value an awareness of and engagement with the world that compels students to active lives of service.

We value compassion and inclusivity that create an environment where students are enriched by their differences and diversity is celebrated.

News & Announcements

Star Party Star Party

Woods Charter School is partnering with Morehead Planetarium for our first annual Star Party

Who: Anyone connected to the Woods family.

What: FREE Star Gazing, Sky Tour, Sky Storytelling and hot cocoa (bring your own mug!). There will be astronomers for all ages and interest levels, from kindergarten to seniors! 

When: January 11, 7 - 9 p.m.

Where: The 'Back 40' of Woods Charter. Please enter through the front door of the school to get your cocoa, receive some star-gazing etiquette and follow the red lights to the back field. 

Why: Because the stars are amazing and we are stardust!


Here Comes the Sun Here Comes the Sun

In recognition of the school's 20th birthday, we have asked alums and current families to honor the school by donating to our first rooftop solar panel array.  We're twenty years old now, and it's time that our building made some of its own energy!  Donating to the solar project is a great way to say Happy Birthday to our school!

A few things you might want to know about the solar project . . . 

Middle Schoolers Kindness Makes A Difference Lending Hands

In November, Lending Hands Club participated in a project for Ferocious Fighters.  Ferocious Fighters is a non-profit organization that prepares care packages for children with CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) across the United States and abroad.  November is recognized as CRPS Awareness Month. CRPS is a chronic pain condition that creates extreme nerve pain, skin sensitivity, swelling, temperature changes, and color changes in the affected area.  Lending Hands Club made fleece scarves, inspirational cards, and orange awareness pins for the Ferocious Fighters to include in their care packages.  The students had the opportunity to talk about how different their middle school lives would be with a chronic illness, and also spoke about empathetic expressions to use in similar situations. 




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