LAW Chess Team
Do you want to compete against other schools and sharpen your skills? Then the Chess team is the club for you! This team will participate in 5 Tournaments during the school year. All ages, K-5 grades are invited to play. Practice Days: Mondays & Tuesdays
(Anna Woodbury Campus) Wednesdays & Thursdays (Lewis Campus) 7:45 a.m.-8:00 a.m. (Media Center)
LAW Network Production
This team creates the morning news show. Team members will be responsible for writing scripts, filming segments, and editing video. Students must be creative, dependable, responsible, follow directions and able to work on a team. There will be times that students will need to report before the school day starts. The team production will mostly take place during their electives.
This team creates the Annual Yearbook. Team members will be responsible for designing, photographing, and writing. Students must be creative, dependable, responsible, follow directions and able to work on a team. Students will need to report before the school day starts. The team production will mostly take place during their electives.
The Safety Patrol club is for students who would like to be a safety patrol on both the Lewis and Anna Woodbury campuses. The patrols will switch at the end of every semester. The safety patrols assist the teachers on duty in the morning and afternoons.
The Lewis Anna Woodbury Flag Core team is responsible for putting flags up in the morning before school and taking flags down prior to dismissal. Fifth grade students are chosen by administration to participate. Flag Core members will switch at the end of every 9 weeks.
Lewis Anna Woodbury Elementary prepares students with the academic skills, habits of mind, and character traits necessary to perform on or above grade level and to succeed in rigorous academia in middle school, high school, postsecondary options, and life beyond.
The Lewis Anna Woodbury Elementary staff unites with parents and community to provide an atmosphere of mutual acceptance where students will grow regardless of background in achieving success and evolve into leaders of tomorrow.
“Sound of the Pride” Chorus
The “Sound of the Pride” Chorus is comprised of 4th and 5th grade students from the Anna Woodbury campus. We meet weekly on Thursday afternoons from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Our performances throughout the year include the Fort Meade Christmas festivities, the Fort Meade Relay for Life event, and a collaboration with the Fort Meade High School choral programs for a concert in May. The chorus has also been selected four times to perform at Downtown Disney as part of Disney’s Performing Arts Series and hopes to make a return appearance this year.