Welcome to Woodland Elementary

John Wise

Welcome to Woodland where our Wolves experience an environment of high expectations along with love & care each and every day! 

Our students attend Woodland for grades 3 – 6, a time in a young person’s life where they are becoming more independent, more creative, and more in love with exploring and learning than ever before.  Woodland looks to grow these traits in order to help our students flourish as lifelong learners.  Our staff works collaboratively with one another and with families to create challenging and supportive environments in an attempt to grow every student beyond what is expected.

When you are a part of Woodland Elementary, you are a part of our Pack.  All of our staff, students, and families show Pack Pride by the way we treat ourselves, our building and one another.  We want every student to feel safe and loved while they are here, so they can do their very best. Our students strive to always be responsible, respectful, and problem solvers as they navigate their four years and beyond at Woodland.      

Please add this site to your Favorites list, subscribe to The WOLF (Weekly Outreach Letter to Families), follow us on Twitter (@wolvestweet), and join our PTO Facebook page. You will want to check back in with us often to view all the upcoming events and accomplishments of Woodland Elementary!

Our doors (daily office hours: 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.), emails (firstname.lastname@lakotaonline.com), and phones (513-779-7775) are always open to our community to answer any questions you may have, concerns that may arise, or celebrations you may want to share!

Pack Pride!

John Wise
Principal

School News

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District News

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