Woodhull School has classes for students Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 6. The Pre-Kindergarten program is from 8:00 AM-11:30 AM every day. Students in Grades Kindergarten through Grade 6 attend school from 8:00 AM-2:35 PM. Woodhull is comprised of four teams: the Primary Team, the Early Elementary Team, the Elementary Team and the Intermediate Team.
In addition to general classroom instruction, students attend art, music, physical education, and library skills classes. Speech, remedial reading, academic intervention services, counseling, and special education support is also available to students. There are a wide variety of after-school activities and clubs, as well as cultural activities and field trips for our students. The school also provides for a one-to-one laptop program that allows students access to the latest technology.
Our experienced teaching staff receives professional development on a regular basis and strives to meet the needs of all students. Our students perform very well on national and state assessments, and we take pride in their success.
Before the 2016-17 school year came to a close, Woodhull Elementary School students joined together to celebrate their accomplishments during the building’s annual spring concert.
The event, which showcased the talents of the school’s pre-kindergarten through sixth-graders, featured a mix of music genres and small and solo performances.
Fifth-grader Patryk Warzecha, who began learning the alto saxophone in September, led the room in a beautiful rendition of the national anthem before being joined by the rest of the Woodhull Concert Band to perform the theme from “Star Wars.” The band then switched gears to perform the jazz standard “When the Saints Go Marching In,” featuring improvised solos by fifth-grader Edoardo Giua on clarinet, fourth-grader Jack Brennan on trombone, and sixth-grader Thomas Brennan on drums.
Third graders then performed on ukulele while members of the very first ukulele ensemble at Woodhull — now graduating seniors — watched from the audience. Giovanni Giua performed his NYSSMA solo and Patryk Warzecha put his stamp on the jazz standard “Summertime” before the Concert Band re-emerged to perform the theme from “Batman” and “Gonna Fly Now” from the film “Rocky.”
The school then performed as one large ensemble for the popular songs “Yellow Submarine,” “You Can Make It If You Try,” and “Don’t Worry Be Happy,” with grades preK-2 singing, students in grades 3-5 singing and playing ukulele, and sixth-grade students performing in the horn section and on the drums.
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