The mission of Woods Elementary is to provide opportunities to learn through quality, differentiated instruction. We will share the responsibility to ensure that all students soar to their highest potential in a secure environment.
G.T. Woods celebrated Black History Month with Ms. Leona Tate, one of the “McDonogh Three,” who integrated McDonogh 19 in New Orleans on November 14, 1960. See the link below to view The Times Picayune article on Ms. Leona Tate’s visit to Woods! http://blog.nola.com/eastjefferson/2015/03/kenner_students_meet_with_woma.html#incart_2box_east-jefferson_index.ssf
Students had a great time celebrating at Fall Fest on October 31, 2014. Activities included a photo booth, a haunted house, face painting, tattoo booth, nail booth, football toss, ring toss, basketball shoot, sucker pull, and duck ring toss.
Granville T. Woods celebrated its 2nd annual Mardi Gras Ball, “All That Glitters,” on February 12, 2015. It started at 6:30pm and ended at 9:00pm. Picture 1: JPPSS Interim Superintendent Michelle Blouin-Williams, Principal Janine Holmes, School Board Member Cedric Floyd Picture 2: Queen Jeralyn Guillard and King LaRon Jones Picture 3: Kenner Councilman Gregory Carroll, […]
On January 21st, Granville T. Woods Elementary students celebrated Literacy Night. The theme was “Snuggle Up to a Good Book!” Students were encouraged to come in their pajamas to participate in fun reading activities our teachers planned. Book Walk Literacy activities with Mrs. Cook, Ms. Joseph, Ms. Parker, and Mrs. Lee.
The Woods’ Beta Club members raised money to put together baskets for the elderly. They were given to the elderly for Thanksgiving. Hat’s off to a job well done!