The POWER program -- Positive Ongoing Woodbury Enrichment and Recreation
The POWER program is a free after school activity program for Woodbury students sponsored by the Salem School District.
Activities are typically held at the Woodbury School from 2:15 - 3:15 p.m., Monday - Thursday.
Clubs do have a limit! Registration is on a first come first served basis. If a club is missing when you attempt to register that means it is full.
Listen to the morning announcements for club locations
Homework Club will begin Tuesday, September 10
Homework Club (Woodbury Staff)
Meets: M-T-W-TH *unlimited enrollment
Homework Club is a quiet dedicated space for students to complete their homework and get assistance with their homework and general class assignments. Each day Woodbury teachers work to assist/tutor and supervise students with their academic studies. Students can access all that the library has to offer including the laptops and printers. Attendance is taken each day and students that choose to attend must stay until 3:15.
Staff: Mrs. LeFebvre
Woodbury’s Builders Club meets the third Tuesday of each month. As a service group we organize projects to benefit our school and community. In the past we have organized a Thanksgiving food drive, Toys for Tots, a school-wide trivia contest, and other activities proposed and designed by our members. We hope to see you at our first meeting on September 17.
Staff: Ms. Swiezynski
Mini Volleyball “camp” that will run this Monday (3/9), Tuesday (3/10), and Wednesday (3/11) ONLY from 2:15-4:15 pm in the large gym at Woodbury. This is open to 8th grade girls only. Miss Swizz coaches the Freshmen team at Salem high and she's looking to teach the volleyball fundamentals. We will work on passing, setting, hitting and serving. Mostly skill drills with competitive play drills mixed.
Max Enrollment = 24 girls
First come, first serve.