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Students draw The Dot

Art Meets Literature!

Our students draw their interpretation of The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds. 

 
Chair Burke Visits Woodville

School Board Chair Burke visits Woodville for tour!

Woodville Fire Safety

Kindergarten learns fire safety!

Woodville's Future Art Teacher

Woodville's Aspiring Art Teacher

Student Dresses for Career as Media Specialist

Mrs. Berry-Hale trains Woodville's future Media Specialist on Career Day!

Woodville Teacher enjoys tiny pets

Woodville Teachers enjoy The Tiny Things Petting Zoo!

Student and Teacher enjoy the petting zoo.

Fairfield staff joins Woodville at The Tiny Things Petting Zoo. 

Mrs. Dilligard & Ms. Caston's students complete Thanksgiving projects!

Students in Ms. Crenshaw's 5th Grade Science Class work with circuits to test energy flow. 

Dr. Shonda Harris-Muhammed visits Woodville and receives a tour from Student Ambassadors. 

Students & staff at Woodville Elementary wrote letters of gratitude during the month of November. 

Happening at Woodville

Please take note of the following early dismissal/closures for all RPS Schools:

Friday, December 3, 2021-Early Release for Students (Staff Professional Development

Monday, December 20, 20221-Friday, December 31, 2021-RPS Schools Closed for Winter Break. Schools will resume on Monday, January 3, 2021. 

Click here to see the full 2021-22 Division calendar

Show your #RPSLove and check out our RPS Love Bonfire store with t-shirts, hoodies, masks and more! All proceeds and donations benefit our schools, teachers and instructional assistants, and local racial justice, housing, and food support non-profits.

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RPS and the Virginia Department of Health are holding COVID-19 vaccination clinics for all community members ages 5 years and up! Click here to find an upcoming event near you!

Show your #RPSLove and check out our RPS Love Bonfire store with t-shirts, hoodies, masks and more! All proceeds and donations benefit our schools, teachers and instructional assistants, and local racial justice, housing, and food support non-profits.