Wood Road News

  • Yearbook Pickup

    If you ordered a WR yearbook, please click here for more information on picking it up.

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  • Save the date!

    Click on the link above for details about our reverse parade and senior drive through!

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  • Virtual School Spirit Week!

    Click the link above to see our Last Week of School Virtual School Spirit Days!

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  • Materials Distribution Next Week

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  • Wood Road Yearbooks on Sale Now!

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  • A video from WR Student Council

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  • Calling all Wood Road Artists!

    ‘What Saratoga County First Responders Mean To Me’ poster contest

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  • Wood Road Students earn PE Awards

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  • A message to WR Students

    We miss you! Click on the link above to see the video!

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  • Wood Road Yearbook News

    Share a message with your 5th grade graduate!

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  • Tuesday, March 31st

    The Wood Road Staff is Coming to Town! Click here for more details!

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  • Wood Road Virtual Spirit Days!

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  • Email for Wood Road Faculty

    Wood Road Families, we hope you find the attached staff list/emails helpful. Stay well and take care!

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  • Early Release Day - Nov 8th

    An early dismissal drill has been scheduled for the Ballston Spa Central School District on Friday, November 8, 2019. As a result of this drill, students will be released from school fifteen (15) minutes earlier than normal on November 8, 2019. However, please be aware that due to the fact that an emergency dismissal drill will be conducted in the district, children may arrive home earlier or later than normal.

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  • Halloween Festivities

    Today’s Halloween events will go on as scheduled. In the event of extreme weather, we may alter the timing of events (shorten or cancel). We will make every effort to maintain the schedule as planned. The costume parade is scheduled for 1:45 p.m. If you are attending the parade, please stay in the Wood Road end of the bus loop to watch. The parade route is fairly long and there will be plenty of opportunities to take pictures and watch your child parade. Students will be returning to the classroom after the parade for the conclusion of the day. At the conclusion of the parade, parents who have arranged to pick up their child, please enter the side doors of the Wood Road Cafeteria. Sign outs will be by grade level in the cafeteria.

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  • 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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  • Students Awarded For Leadership

    Six Wood Road fifth-grade students were chosen to receive the Sandra G. Morley Student Leadership award, which was presented to them on Monday, May 6, during a ceremony at Hudson Valley Community College. The award is given to students who show good leadership and sportsmanship inside and outside of physical education class. Students awarded were Sean Paulsey, Joseph Ramsey, Steven Fodera, Aubrey Kramer, Tina Marie Mullins, and Alex Beck (not pictured).

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  • Color Run - 5/11

    The Third Annual Ballston Spa PE 3K Color Run will take place on Saturday, May 11. Students and families from Wood Road, Malta Avenue, Milton Terrace, and Gordon Creek Elementary Schools are encouraged to participate. Siblings from the high school and middle school are also welcome. A competitive timed run with ribbons for top ten boy and girls in each division, as well as medals for top three finishers will take place. A recreational run will also be held. All participants should wear a plain white t-shirt and sunglasses or swim goggles for color dash powder...

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