Sven Danzinger, Principal
Andy Cunningham, Assistant Principal
Woodbridge Farms Elementary serves over 450 students from Kindergarten to Grade 6 and provides a respectful, cooperative atmosphere of learning. Woodbridge Farms is a community of learners. Woodbridge Farms is a school where every student has an opportunity to achieve their goals.
Be Safe, Show Respect, Work Hard, Finish Strong, Be You!
Our mission is to inspire the citizens of Woodbridge Farms School to create a learning community of support, engagement and respect.
3R's of Woodbridge Farms: When students learn to show Respect and take Responsibility, they achieve optimal Results.
To develop respect for self, others, and their community.
To develop responsibility in students.
To encourage excellence in students' academic achievement - results, for all!
To promote goal setting, flexibility, social skills, teamwork, conflict resolution skills, decision-making, problem solving, independence, and other important life skills.
To nurture acceptance and appreciation of diversity.
To insure that school is a safe place for students to learn and play.
To nurture the development of self-esteem and self-worth.
To actively involve our students in the operation of their school and develop a sense of school pride.
To develop loyalty to the school and nurture individual commitment to contribute positively to its reputation.
Programs and Services
Communication Skills Program (CSP)
Elementary Transition (ETP)
French as a Second Language (FSL) - Grades 4-6
Childcare Services Boys and Girls Club of Strathcona County
Phone after school care at 780- 467-0877 to contact the coordinator.
Boys and Girls Club 780-416-1500
Registration and Transportation Information
Please access the following link to find a registration form.
This registration must be completed and returned to the school for registration in a Regular program in grades K-6. Logos program may be accessed online as well. For students in ECS, a copy of the student's birth certificate is also requested at the time of registration.
For more complete information, please feel free to contact the school directly.
For information or to find answers to questions about student transportation, please contact Elk Island Public Schools Student Transportation Department at 780-417-8151 or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org