Principal Message

Picture of Principal Rebecca Sprague

Dear Woodbrook Families,

Another new year begins-welcome 2020! I hope everyone has had a chance to relax and enjoy some quality time with family and friends over the Holiday Season. It’s a pleasure to see all of the students and staff back at school after a long, well deserved break. The start of school, after a significant break, always provides a good opportunity to re-establish a focus on learning. Please remember that we are less than three weeks away from the start of a new semester (Jan. 28th) and that any time spent doing assignment completion and structured study will pay off in the end for this semester. Please feel free to contact your student’s teachers if you have any questions about their progress and final standing in any of their courses.

As we approach the holiday honoring Dr. Martin Luther King JR., Dr. King’s work, and his legacy, I am reminded of one of my favorite quotes of his, “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”

One of the things I appreciate most about our Woodbrook’s staff is that we are not silent about the things that matter and together we continue to provide a high-quality service for children and families.  At Woodbrook, we place great value on seeing our students showing continued success and academic progress as they move through their academic journey while in middle school.  I am excited to begin our work for the second half of the school year to ensure that learning continues. As we ring in the new year, we see this as an opportunity to check in with students and families to ensure that our students are on-track, prepared and ready for the second half of the year. 

Woodbrook continues to strive to become a school focused on educational equity and to find unique solutions that meet the social, emotional and academic needs of each of our students. Our staff will continue to make positive strides in developing strong relationships with students and their families to ensure each student continues to grow each day socially, emotionally, and academically.

2020 marks the start of a new decade and I hope that it will be one where every Woodbrook student will forge a stronger connection to their personal goals and engage in developing their own path toward continued success in all their endeavors.

As always, thank you for your continued support.

Happy New Year,

Rebecca Kay Sprague

Woodbrook Middle School, Principal

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