Woodmere Elementary Food Pantry has empty shelves and needs donations! This pantry sends home over 30 backpacks of food weekly, as well as being open for families in need. To donate contact the SUN office at 503-734-5423.
Help Mr. Stultz at Woodmere Elementary give his Unicycle Club students helmets!
Woodmere Elementary School offers unicycling to boys and girls in grades 2-5. These kids are awesome! They are hard working, committed and focused, often performing at school and neighborhood events. This great sport was introduced to them in a physical education class. Students gain confidence in their abilities and improve their skills. Unicycling is hard, helping students develop their perseverance, patience, and focus.
Many of the students wishing to participate in Unicycle Club do not have helmets at home and are unable to afford one. Students will earn the responsibility of borrowing a unicycle for the entire school year. Those who forget their helmet at home will be able to borrow one from school, ensuring that safety remains the top priority.
Students attend weekly practice and those that learn to ride earn a t-shirt and have the opportunity to ride in the Junior Rose Parade in June. They also are part of the school-wide performance in June.
Ready to support Woodmere Elementary’s Unicycle Club?
Heads Up, Community Members! School may be out for the summer, but September is closer than we think! Woodmere Elementary students have a library wish list for next year and you can help! See the list below and then check your bookshelves or pick a book or two up from your favorite source. Let’s fill those empty shelves!
Books are listed with author then title(s). Want to send your gift to the school? Direct ship to Woodmere Elementary, Attn: Librarian, 7900 SE Duke St, Portland, OR 97206. Ordering from Amazon? Go to smile.amazon.com and choose “Woodmere Parents Group” to make your gift twice as nice!
Woodmere Elementary 2018-19 Library Wish List
John Greene – The Fault in Our Stars, An Abundance of Katherines, Turtles All the Way Down
Jeff Kinney – Diary of a Wimpy Kid – The Getaway
Rachel Renee Russell – Dork Diaries – Dear Dork: Tales From a Not So Happy Heartbreaker, Tales From a Not So Secret Crush Catastrophe, Tales From a Not So Perfect Pet Sitter
Bob Buya – Saving Mr. Terupt, The Perfect Score, The perfect Secret
Dav Pillkey – Dog Man series
Ann M. Martin – California Diaries, Babysitters Club Graphix (Collection)
Lana Telgemeier – Smile, Drama, Sister, Ghosts, Comics Squad Recess
Victoria Jamieson – Roller Girl
Betsy Bird – Funny Girl
Ernest Cline – Ready Player One
Scott Roentgen – Nyxia
Andy Weir – Artemis, The Martian
Orson Scott Card – Ender’s Game
Wendy Mass – The Candymakers, The Candymakers and the Great Chocolate Chase, Pi in the Sky, Heaven Looks a Lot Like the Mall
Chris Grabenstein – Mr. Lemoncello’s Library (series), The Island of Dr. Libris, The Hanging Hill, Whack a Mole
Kwame Alexandro – Solo
Alex Gino – George, You Don’t Know Everything, Jilly P!
Scott Caution – Five Nights at Freddy’s (series), The Freddy Files
Jillian Dodd – Spy Girl (series)
Corinna Luyken – The Book of Mistakes
Sheree Fitch – If I Had a Million Onions
Simon Rose – The Sorcerer’s Letterbox, The Emerald Curse
James Heneghan and Bruce McBay – Nannycatch Chronicles
Silvana Goldenberg – Victoria
Glen Huser – Time for Flowers Time for Snow
Allie Condie – Matched (series)
Kanu Kibushi – Amulet 8 (series)
Jane Goldman – Ms. Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
Katy Kay – The Confidence Code for Girls
Becky Albertalli – Love, Simon, Simon vs. The Homosapiens, Leah on the Offbeat, The Upside of Unrequited
Max Brooks – Minecraft: The Island, The Complete Handbook Collection
Mavashi Kishimoto – Naruto (series)
Mo Willems – Should I Share My Ice Cream, Waiting is Not Easy, The Thank You Book, I Broke My Trunk
Chloe Perkins – Living in China
Barbara Dee – Star Crossed
Kelly Barnhill – The Girl Who Drank the Moon
Dustin Brady – Trapped in a Video Game
Tim Federle – Five, Six, Seen, Nate! (Better Nate Than Ever)
SMART(Start Making A Reader Today)® has a program at Woodmere Elementary! They need more volunteers to serve all the children that have been selected for the program this year. Are you ready to inspire a child’s next chapter? Contact Staci Sutton, Program Administrator, by email or by phone at 971-634-1616.
There are SMART students at Woodmere and Whitman Elementary schools waiting to be read with!
Volunteer to read with SMART® (Start Making A Reader Today) for one hour a week! As a SMART volunteer, you’ll read one-on-one with kindergarten through third-grade students each week from mid-October through mid-May. The consistent, one-on-one time helps build literacy skills and self-confidence. SMART further encourages children to read outside the classroom by giving students new books each month to take home and keep.
Want to do more to support SMART at Whitman? We are looking for a leadership volunteer to help us co-coordinate the program. Without that support, we might not be able to serve the children at Whitman this year. Are you the person we’re looking for? Or do you know someone that might be? Let us know!