Educating Everyone Takes Everyone


  • Meet the Teacher Night

    Meet the Teacher Night at Wood Road is Tuesday, Sept. 17, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. The event is a time for parents and guardians to have the opportunity to see the school, meet the staff and learn about the instructional programs. We ask that parents attend without their children. Parents will follow a schedule that will allow them to take part in all areas of their student's education. Classroom teachers, humanities teachers and support staff will be available to give an overview of the curriculum and program.

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  • Community Clean Up Day

    On Saturday, June 1, students, families, teachers, and community members took some time out of their day to help clean up the nature trail behind the school and make space for an outdoor classroom. The classroom will allow students more authentic hands-on learning experiences and exposure to nature. “Recent studies show that exposure to nature significantly benefits mental health, academic achievement, physical health, and overall student well-being,” said Andrew Ferrone, second-grade teacher. Volunteers cleared the trail,...

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  • Penny Harvest Presents Check to MIOP

    Students from Wood Road's Penny Harvest Roundtable presented a check to a representative from the MIOP Foundation during a School Pride Day Ceremony. The foundation supports families affected by malignant infantile osteopetrosis. Students at Wood Road decided to give the pennies they collected from the Penny Harvest to MIOP after an electronic vote was held by the roundtable. The roundtable presented the student body with four organizations before voting. Each of the organizations was researched by the roundtable before the vote.

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  • Upcoming Dates

    Wednesday, Sept. 4

    Kindergarten Orientation - 10-11 a.m.

    Grades 1-5 Classroom Walk-Through - 12-1 p.m.

    Thursday, Sept. 5

    First Day of School

    Tuesday, Sept. 17

    Wood Road Meet the Teacher Night - 6:30-7:30 p.m.

    Friday, Sept. 20

    Half-Day of School

    Tuesday, Sept. 25

    Wood Road PTA Meeting 7-8 p.m.

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  • Yearbooks

    Forgot to order a yearbook? 

    Get one while supplies last...

    Wednesday, June 19th and Thursday, June 20th

    During Lunch

    Cost: $16

    Cash or check made out to Wood Road PTA.

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  • Dress Like Mr. Bailey Day

    Tuesday, June 18th

    Mr. Bailey will be venturing off into the middle school next year.

    In honor of our awesome musica teacher, we are having "Dress Like Mr. Bailey Day" on Tuesday, June 18th.

    If you would like to participate, here are some ideas:

    • Red Sox Jersey or a Syracuse Jersey
    • Button down shirt with or without a tie
    • Sneakers (maybe even Converse)
    • Jeans
    • A beard
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  • Friday Night Fun - 4th & 5th Grade

    Wood Road Student Council is hosting a Friday Night Fun event on Friday, June 7th. The event will run from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Wood Road cafeteria. This is a free event for Wood Road 4th and 5th graders.

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  • Calling all Volunteers!

    Did you know that there are nature trails behind the Ballston Spa Elementary School complex? There are, but they need a little work and we want to make them better than ever by adding an outdoor classroom. That is why we are hosting a community work party on June 1st from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Families are invited to join us for a morning of work followed by a free barbeque and shaved ice.

    Where? The Nature Trails behind Wood Road Elementary School. (Park in the Wood Road or Gordon Creek parking lot and walk around back)

    When? Saturday, June 1st. Work starts at 9 a.m. BBQ is at 11/11:30. (Please don't arrive at 11 a.m. and expect to eat)

    What: Spreading woodchips, clearing trails, removing invasive species, placing bird houses, hanging trail markers, placing picnic tables, removing trash.

    Supplies: We will have several shovels, clippers, wheelbarrows, and rakes. If you are able to bring any of your own supplies from home, that would be great, but not necessary.

    Reminder - Dress for work in the woods (long pants, work gloves, dirty shoes/boots, etc), bring water, and label any tools (no power equipment).

    All student volunteers must be accompanied by an adult.

    If you have additional questions, contact Andrew Ferrone at aferrone@bscsd.org.

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