Dear Friends of the Woodville School,

As 2021 comes to a close, we are looking back at all that we have accomplished during this challenging year.  In partnership with the filmmaker Aviva Kempner, The Kellogg Foundation, The Ciesla Foundation, and Gloucester County Public Schools, we hosted an online screening of the documentary, Rosenwald, followed by a panel discussion with the filmmaker. Woodville was happy to partner with the Gloucester Union Relief Association, Circle Up Mid-Pen and the First United Baptist Church for a wonderful Juneteenth celebration.  Archeological work was completed in advance of construction of the parking lot.  The historical highway marker was installed and many community members attended the marker unveiling and toured the building.    The Foundation joined the Julius Rosenwald and Rosenwald Schools National Park Campaign and the Woodville School was listed as a potential Rosenwald School satellite exhibit site. And of course, we had a grand celebration for our founding board member, president and executive director, Wes Wilson, for his 90th birthday
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Looking for a last minute gift?  Don't forget these lovely Woodville notecards available at Office Supply in Gloucester.  All proceeds go to the Woodville School.  And when shopping on Amazon, go to Amazon Smile and enter The Woodville Rosenwald School Foundation as your charity.

Here is the link to our
December Quiz.  Beginning in the new year, the Woodville School Newsletter will be sent out quarterly.

To our many  donors, community partners, volunteers and friends, thank you. We wish you a joyous holiday and a happy and healthy New Year! 

Your donation will be matched thanks to a generous grant from the Cook Foundation.