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! 

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. Virtual or In-Person Learning should be a positive experience that has our students coming back for more each day!

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 Woodland Elementary Wolves 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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Important Info from Child Nutrition Office
Posted on 07/24/2021
Please read our August flyer and information about meals for the 2021-22 school year ...
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2021-2022 Staggered Start
Posted on 07/21/2021
Similar to last year, students in grades 1-12 will begin the year over a two-day period based on the first letter of their last name. ...
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District News

Lakota Launches Back-to-School Gateway for E-Forms
Posted on 08/02/2021
As a convenience to all our K-12 families, Lakota is excited to introduce Back-to-School Gateway, a new platform powered by Registration Gateway for m ...
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Masks Strongly Recommended
Posted on 07/29/2021
In a short video message, Superintendent Miller shared with parents that face coverings are strongly recommended for anyone who is not vaccinated agai ...
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