Showing posts from October, 2016

Operation Care for Troops

Dear PWS Families,
Once again, PWS is proud to assist Operation Care for Troops in its efforts to support our New Hampshire troops by collecting items for holiday care packages.  As of last year Operation Care for Troops ( had shipped over 70,000 packages to members of the United States armed services stationed around the world and stateside, retired veterans residing at the Tilton Retirement Home, local veterans homes in NH, as well as hospitalized veterans at Bethesda Medical Center in Washington, DC.  
If you would like to contribute to the packages that are sent to our United States service men and women, please send in any of the items on the list below on the specified day.  There will be a collection bin in the foyer.  Just look for the stars and stripes!  PWS staff members will be taking the donations and helping to sort and pack at the OCTNH packing event on November 10. Standard Packing Items List
Tuesday, November 1 Ramen Noodles (no cups, please) Wednesday, November 2 P…

2016 Halloween Parade

We are very excited about our Annual Halloween Parade. This is a very special event at Peter Woodbury. This year, the event is planned to kick off on Monday at 1:30 (Morning Kindergarteners will have their own parade at 10:15). Students are encouraged to bring their costumes to school. They will have an opportunity to change into them before the parade starts. We ask that if the costume involves any pieces that could be considered a weapon or weapon like that they please leave those pieces at home. We look forward to the many wonderful costumes that we are sure to see this Monday.

First Show for Channel 180 News

The Bedford Education Foundation (BEF) awarded Mrs. Correia a grant last spring which is allowing her to produce a news show for Peter Woodbury. As of right now, she has a news team of seven students who meet twice each week to put together their segments. 

Their first news show can be found here. Congratulations to all of them! We look forward to more episodes.

Book Drive

BOOKDRIVE Hello!  My name is Sydney Leyden and I am a sophomore at BHS.  My mom is the reading specialist at PWS so, as you could imagine, I hear all the time from my mom about the importance of reading!  I am looking to volunteer more in the community and came across a great organization,REACH OUT AND READ.  I am looking to organize a book drive to support families in need in our area.  To find out more about REACH OUT AND READ, please check out the following website:
Thank you so much for your help!
WHERE TO DROP OFF BOOKS:PWS LOBBY   There will be two bins in this hallway (one marked “new books” and one marked “gently used”). New Books: appropriate for ages birth to 5 years Gently Used Books:  appropriate for ages birth to 12 years

Family Math & Literacy Night

PWS Math & Literacy Night is Thursday, October 20th, 6:00pm-7:15pm.  This night is all about students and parents experiencing some math and literacy activities that are done in school, as well as ones that can be played at home.

Veterans Day Wall of Heroes 2016