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Woodland Elementary

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Woodland Elementary -
Home of the Wildcats

Woodland Elementary serves students in grades K-5. As an Avondale School District Elementary School, our ultimate mission is to create a nurturing environment in which children can become lifelong learners and reach their greatest potential. We create a positive, educational environment that encourages students to do their best and build confidence in their abilities, which results in students coming to class every day excited to learn! Students are encouraged to become their best self through the development of skills that will carry them through their educational journey and beyond – and we're proud to be part of that journey here at Woodland Elementary!

Woodland Elementary building

Woodland Elementary

6465 Livernois Road, Troy, MI

Main Line: (248) 537-6900
Attendance Line: (248) 537-6910
Fax: (248) 537-6905

Woodland Elementary Newsletter
Ms. Katalin Rosinski

Ms. Katalin Rosinski

Interim Principal

(248) 537-6999

SCHOOL DAY:  8:32 AM - 3:39 PM
Office Hours:  8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Woodland School Song

  • We’re Wildcats of Woodland,
    Proud as we can be.
    We’re the Wildcats of Woodland,
    Reading, writing, math, and science,
    When we put them all together,
    Happy and smart we’ll be.
  • Woodland Wildcats, Woodland Wildcats,
    Woodland Wildcats so proud are we!
  • Woodland Wildcats, Woodland Wildcats,
    One great big family!
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Woodland Elementary Curriculum

Avondale School District’s elementary curriculum aligns with National and State Standards while also taking each student's learning level into consideration and incorporating Project Based Learning and Design Thinking practices. Our unique curriculum is targeted at helping every student set the stage for a lifetime of learning. Throughout the school district, we utilize technology in the classroom and  in the computer labs to enhance our curriculum. At the elementary level, providing students with a solid foundation in core subjects such as mathematics, literacy, social studies, and science, helps them prepare for the future and for the career and college readiness skills they will need after they graduate. Click below to learn more about grade-specific curriculum.

Curriculum Resources

Avondale K-5 Career Development

Students begin to develop ideas about jobs and the world of work at a young age, but they only know what they have seen or experienced. Often, this is a very limited view. At the elementary schools, it is our mission to help students dive in to all 6 Michigan Career Clusters and be exposed to a multitude of possible careers. We have created many intentional activities and events that are completed throughout the year.

Elementary Activities & Events

-  K-5 Job of the Week (174 covered in 6 years)
-  K-5 "Careers in a Box" Career Cluster lessons available to all teachers
-  2nd grade Career Booklets completed throughout the year, sent home in May as a great keepsake!
-  3rd-5th grade Monthly Career Journal starters

-  4th grade STEMi visit showcasing jobs in STEM
-  District-Wide 5th Grade Career Day
-  District-Wide K-5 Future Focus Day
-  K-5 Xello-Fun online Career Activities

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A Woodland Wildcat Always R.O.A.R.S.

Woodland Elementary School also implements Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS), which explicitly teaches what behaviors are expected to create a positive learning environment. We like to say that "A Woodland Wildcat Always R.O.A.R.S." – which stands for being Respectful, Organized, Attentive, Responsible and Safe. Together, Woodland Elementary students and staff created our R.O.A.R.S. expectations and our R.O.A.R.S. matrix describes what behaviors should look and sound like in different areas of our building. Within each classroom, students and teachers participate in lessons that focus on specific behaviors and enhance the climate in our building. We believe PBIS positively compliments our elementary curriculum and helps to strengthen important life skills.

Information & Resources

Below you can find information and resources that you and your child may need while attending Woodland Elementary School. For questions on any of these resources, please feel free to contact us using the information at the top of this page!