Several faculty, staff and administrators at Woodland Park Communications Magnet School in Hammond recently passed a free archery training course with the state Departmentof Wildlife and Fisheries.

Participants were para-educator Nellie Hurtado; curriculum specialist Tina Montecino; physical education teacher Amber Majeau; Assistant Principal Tangee Daugereaux; Principal Cheryl Rousseau; third-grade teacher Jessica Keown; secretary Kristen Morales; sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade science teacher Bryan Neal; and Spanish teacher Folasade Aguilar, a news release said.

The participants are certified to teach archery next year as part of the school’s new physical education curriculum.

Woodland Park is making the transition from prekindergarten through kindergarten to pre-K through eighth grade, beginning this fall.