The Junior Class will take the ACT for free on Tuesday, April 9th beginning at 8:00 am. Taking the ACT may help with acceptance to many colleges and trade schools and may earn students scholarships to help pay for post-secondary education. Earning a 22 or above on the ACT will qualify students to take SEMO Dual Credit classes for free during high school. Check out the link for ACT prep. https://www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/the-act/test-preparation/free-act-test-prep.html
about 2 months ago, Laura Booth
ACT Logo
We are blessed with the BEST!
about 2 months ago, Sherri Voerg
Paraprofessional Appreciation Day
The Class 1, District 7 high school speech competition was held at Ste. Genevieve High School on March 15-16. Woodland joined 20 other schools in the district to compete for a chance to qualify for the Missouri State Championships. Aaron Stewart, Peyton Slaughter, Haley Lerwick, Wyatt Roark, and Katelynn Hahs all earned medals for their district performance. Slaughter entered the Humorous Interpretation competition with her version of The 17th Annual Malcolm X. Jefferson Elementary Talent Show, a short play written by Gregory T. Burns. Slaughter performed the entire play alone, memorizing the parts of and switching between the voices of six different characters. Her performance earned her second place at Districts and qualified her to compete at the state level. She will head to Springfield, Missouri to compete against Missouri's best on April 20th. #CardinalPride
about 2 months ago, April Brumfield
Photo of Peyton Slaughter who earned 2nd place in the Class 1, District 7 Speech Competition and qualifies her to complete at the state level.
Photo of the five students who  earned medals at the District Speech Competition:  Haley Lerwick, Wyatt Roark, Aaron Stewart, Katelynn Hahs, and Peyton Slaughter.
Photo of all students who participated in the District Speech Competition on March 15-16, 2024.
Woodland High School students in Mrs. Layton's International Foods class recently made sushi that included rice, crab meat, a variety of vegetables, and seaweed wrap.
about 2 months ago, April Brumfield
Photo of Zach Lehmann showing the sushi he made in Mrs. Layton's International Foods class.
Photo of Glory Johnson making sushi in Mrs. Layton's International Foods class.
HS Baseball today vs Charleston is canceled. Game will be made up on 4/4 with the location still TBD.
about 2 months ago, Paul Lynch
3/26-update: JH Baseball vs Advance @ Woodland is canceled. Game is rescheduled for 3/27 @ Woodland, 4:30.
about 2 months ago, Paul Lynch
3/25-update: HSB vs Bell City (H) has been canceled and moved to 3/28. HSSB @ Charleston has been canceled and moved to 3/28.
about 2 months ago, Paul Lynch
Congratulations to Woodland High School's members of the National Technical Honor Society: Madelyn Allen, Amber Baker, Braylynn Gale, and Trenton Proffer. Students have to meet rigorous guidelines to be eligible for acceptance into NTHS: - Available only to High School Seniors - Students must exhibit good character - Maintain a B+ or better at the Cape Career and Technology Center - 3.25 or better on a 4.0 GPA scale _ Have no more than five absences in their senior year _ Have no discipline referrals from Woodland or CTC - Be recommended by their CTC instructor #CardinalPride
2 months ago, April Brumfield
Picture of National Technical Honor Society members:  Madelyn Allen, Amber Baker, and Braylynn Gale.  Not pictured:  Trenton Proffer.
Save the Date! Woodland is hosting a Fine Arts Night on Thursday, April 18th from 5:00pm-7:30pm.
2 months ago, April Brumfield
Flyer for Woodland's Fine Arts Night on April 18th from 5:00pm-7:30pm.
Last week, Woodland High School recognized students who exhibited qualities in leadership, citizenship, and service during the 3rd quarter. The Leadership Award recipients were freshmen Seth Wilkinson and Taylor Heuring; sophomores Robert Jansen and Faith Rouggly; juniors Ben Gabriel and Millie Bazzell; and seniors Reed Layton and London Cureton. The Citizenship Award recipients were freshman Alexis McFadden and Cory Miller; Sophomores Lily Barker and Zach Lehmann; juniors Abbi Jordan and Cameron Brown; and seniors Presley Ridings and Andrew Sitze. The Service Award recipients were freshman Makenna Rhodes and Korbin Garland; sophomores Korbin Kinder and Cadence Merrell; juniors Millie Bazzell and Jesse Lindley; and seniors Jason Cureton and Brea Baker. Congratulations! #CardinalPride
2 months ago, April Brumfield
Photo of Woodland High School's 3rd Quarter Citizenship Award recipients.
Photo of Woodland High School's 3rd Quarter Leadership Award recipients.
Photo of Woodland High School's 3rd Quarter Service Award recipients.
Congratulations to the following Woodland High School students for earning a position on the 2024-2025 Band Leadership Team: Chloe Green, Drum Major; Inty McCormick, Uniform Manager; Khloe Simmons, Equipment Manager; Zachery Clark, Music Librarian; and Section Leaders: Zach Bryant, Se'Aira Wages, Sarah Jordan, Christina Young, Khloe Simmons, and Zachery Clark. #CardinalPride
2 months ago, April Brumfield
Photo of the Woodland High School 2024-25 Band Leadership Team.
Woodland High School provides the opportunity for students to earn industry recognized credentials (IRCs) in four areas: Business Management, Forestry, Early Childhood, and Microsoft Office. An IRC signals that students have mastered specific workplace knowledge and skills. Congratulations to the following students for passing the Business Management IRC: Kallie Davis, Korbin Kinder, Kamren McCormick, Aaron Stewart, Dalton Tharp, Merlin Tucker, and Eli Vawter. #CardinalPride
2 months ago, April Brumfield
Photo of Woodland High School students who passed the Business Management IRC.
Last week, Woodland High School students had the opportunity to dissect pigs in Ms. Prasanphanich's Forensics class to learn the protocols pathologists follow during an autopsy.
2 months ago, April Brumfield
Photo of Senior Brea Baker dissecting a pig in Forensics.
Photo of Presley Ridings dissecting a pig in Forensics.
Photo of Juniors Haley Lerwick and Andrew Tarble dissecting a pig during Forensics.
Photo of Junior Layla Wiseman and Senior Macie Grindstaff dissecting a pig in Forensics.
Photo of Juniors Kamryn Cook, Madalyn Long, and Kaylynn Sullivan dissecting a pig in Forensics.
Photo of Juniors Millie Bazzell and Ben Gabriel dissecting a pig during Forensics.
Save the Date! The Woodland Drama Club presents "Teachers on the Verge and Oprah Made Me Do It "on May 3, 2024 at the Mayfield Center.
2 months ago, April Brumfield
Flyer publicizing Woodland's Drama Club show on May 3, 2024.
On March 14, Woodland High School hosted their 2nd Youth Entrepreneurship Fair. High School students had the opportunity to sell their products. Products included hair bows, hair clips, bracelets, artwork, pins, and more! #CardinalPride
2 months ago, April Brumfield
Photo of a booth at Woodland's Spring Youth Entrepreneurship Fair.
Photo of a booth at Woodland's Spring Youth Entrepreneurship Fair.
Photo of a booth at Woodland's Spring Youth Entrepreneurship Fair.
Mrs. Kinder's Geometry class used their knowledge of measurement, area, and perimeter to design floor plans of their dream house.
2 months ago, April Brumfield
Photo of a dream house floor plan created by a student in Mrs. Kinder's Geometry class.  Students used their knowledge of measurement, area, and perimeter to design their dream house.
Photo of a dream house floor plan created by a student in Mrs. Kinder's Geometry class.  Students used their knowledge of measurement, area, and perimeter to design their dream house.
Photo of a dream house floor plan created by a student in Mrs. Kinder's Geometry class.  Students used their knowledge of measurement, area, and perimeter to design their dream house.
Photo of a dream house floor plan created by a student in Mrs. Kinder's Geometry class.  Students used their knowledge of measurement, area, and perimeter to design their dream house.
Due to incoming weather, tonight's Parent Teacher Conferences have ended early. All other evening events have been canceled. Please be safe.
2 months ago, April Brumfield
Senior Reed Layton has decided to attend Southeast Missouri State University to pursue a career in English Education and Creative Writing. Congratulations Reed! #CardinalPride #iDecided #rootEdMissouri
2 months ago, April Brumfield
Picture of Reed Layton.  Reed has decided to attend Southeast Missouri State University to pursue a career in English Education and Creative Writing.
Congratulations to senior Brayden Hastings for making 1,000 points during his high school basketball career at Woodland. Brayden is pictured with the Woodland High School Basketball team and coaches. #CardinalPride
2 months ago, April Brumfield
Senior Brayden Hastings made 1000 points during his high school basketball career at Woodland.  Brayden is pictured with the Woodland's High School basketball team.
Earlier this month, senior Harlie Hinkle competed at the state level poetry competition in Jefferson City as part of the Poetry Out Loud foundation. This is a first in Woodland's history! #CardinalPride
2 months ago, April Brumfield
Senior Harlie Hinkle competed at the state level poetry competition in Jefferson City as part of the Poetry Out Loud foundation.  This is a first in Woodland's history!