Woodhull School has classes for students in Pre-Kindergarten through grade 6 from 8:00am to 2:35pm every day. 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.
Woodhull Elementary School sixth-graders braved windy and wet conditions for the chance to learn more about their unique island and school surroundings as they contributed to the second annual Day in the Life of Fire Island ecology project on Friday, Sept. 28.
Assisted by Ranger Kelsey Sucena of the National Park Service, Adelphi University Visiting Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Ruth Coffey, BOCES Teacher Integration Specialist Deborah Gerken and Woodhull sixth-grade teacher Gabrielle Donovan, the students practiced collecting and testing samples of water and earth along the shores of Ocean Beach. As Woodhull students examined the physical and chemical aspects of the water and conducted biodiversity inventories of the flora and fauna in and around the shorelines, students from Bay Shore High School, Longwood Junior High School and other schools worked simultaneously in different areas of the island as in the previous year. Together, some 70 students and teachers studied the water source that spanned the length of Fire Island.
Last year was the inaugural year of the Day in the Life of Fire Island project, in which Fire Island students studied the same environments in the same ways as this year, effectively creating a benchmark against which to compare this year’s data. Since 2011, annual Day in the Life events involving students have been jointly coordinated for various Long Island aquatic ecosystems by Brookhaven National Laboratory, the Central Pine Barrens Joint Planning & Policy Commission, the New York State Department of Energy Conservation and the Suffolk County Water Authority. The information collected from these projects helps specialists determine the health of the aquatic ecosystem and the biodiversity of Fire Island.
Student art adorned the walls of the Woodhull Elementary School gymnasium for the annual Student Art Show, curated by Woodhull art teacher Bianca Diadone and featuring works from all students throughout the school year.
Students lead parents and teachers on a tour of the display as they proudly showed off their paintings, drawings, sculptures and mixed media works. Over 100 works were displayed in all, including set pieces made by the Art Club for the winter musical, 3D printed objects designed by intermediate students and a collaborative piece made by all students in the school, including a large mandala and an oversized poster celebrating the value of mindfulness.
Environmental Education II: Where We Are (1-2)
PTA Presents: Path to Rhythm Assembly
Environmental Education II: Where We Are (PK-K)
Environmental Education II: Where We Are (5-6)