Arts & Culture

Thank a teacher

“THE TEACHERS DESERVE THE AWARDS for all that they do, especially during these times,” says Stephanie Lundell, who received first place in the Activities & Events category of the Focus on Woodbury photo contest for her submission titled Red Rock Teach Parade.

A Broccoli Stamped Fall Tree

Get creative with these family-friendly fall crafts.

A child works on distance learning on his iPad.

One local mom is taking a proactive approach to this uncertain school year. She created a Facebook group to discuss how to navigate education in the era of COVID-19.

A performance by members of StoryArk

StoryArk offers youth the opportunity to tell their stories through creative outlets.

South Washington County Schools teachers smile for the camera.

As another back-to-school season commences, so does the preparation, supply lists and endless questions.

A grasshopper on a plant.

Each year, Woodbury Magazine requests your photo submissions in our annual Focus on Woodbury photo contest.

A page from "Cameron Goes to School"

Sheletta Brundidge adds another skill to her repertoire with her book "Cameron Goes to School."

South Washington Alternative High School Principal Nicolas Falde stands in front of the school.

South Washington Alternative High School offers auxiliary learning.

The SoWashCo Cares Skoolie Bus

At 20-feet long and painted in a groovy and loving fashion, the SoWashCo Community Action Reaching Every Student (CARES) and Community Education Skoolie Bus hosts events throughout the summer for those in need.

G. Phillip Shoultz III

VocalEssence presents a livestream sing-along and concert to honor black fathers.

Two kids ride a ride at Woodbury Days.

Get in the community spirit at these annual events.

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