Education opportunities in Woodbury

Education was the topic of today’s session, the session six of Woodbury Citizen’s Academy, held at Woodbury High School.

The following school principals and administrators from local schools gave presentations about birth to adult education, school choices (public, charter, private) and brief introduction about individual schools.

  • Linda Plante, Principal, Woodbury High School
  • Nicole Robbins, founder, Footprints Academy/Peace of Mind Early Education Center
  • Terry Campbell, Administrator, New Life Academy
  • Matthew Metz, Principal, St. Ambrose of Woodbury
  • Tiffany Simmons, Globe University

Alison Canty, Recruitment and Retention Coordinator at School District 833, shared her experience as a student growing up in Woodbury.

Woodbury is a growing community with a variety of education opportunities. Having high quality education and different choices of schools have certainly contributed to the growth of the community.

I can’t believe we have already been more than half way through with the 10 week program offered by the Woodbury Community Foundation. I look forward to every session to learn different things about Woodbury. When you have fun, time just goes by so quickly.

Next session’s topic is about local media. As a writer, that certainly will be my favorite topic. I look forward to meeting with editors and publishers of the local media. 
 

One Response to Education opportunities in Woodbury

  1. Avatar of wb wb says:

    I’ll see you there on Thursday!

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