Woodland Country Day School is in bloom as we embrace spring and prepare for our reaccreditation visiting team from MSA/NJAIS
from April 26th through the 29th.
Spring break is behind us and we are anxiously setting our sights on warmer weather and all the fun and learning that will take place during our fourth marking period–which starts is already week old. The eighth graders are abuzz putting the finishing touches on the yearbook and our Student Union is busy preparing for the annual cotillion. Our Woodland family is enjoying all the fun that a 55th Anniversary year brings, as we are now 93 families and 131 students strong! This is a testament to our wonderful faculty and staff, our strong curriculum and our caring Woodland community, all of which help to bring the best in education to your children.
Now that the winter chill has passed, in addition to their daily duties, our faculty and staff are hunkering down in preparation for our upcoming New Jersey Association of Independent Schools and Middle States Accreditation which culminates in late April.
As expected the accreditation process has proven to be thorough and fruitful, but the experienced leadership, faculty, and staff at Woodland are no strangers to hard work, as Woodland Country Day was the first elementary school in South Jersey to be accredited by The Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools in 1984. As a result, close analysis of every area of Woodland’s operations has taken place with reevaluations held every ten years, and mid-point evaluations every five years.