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Welcome to Woodrow Wilson Elementary School!

We will 
 Prepare, Empower, and Inspire 
 our students!

Woodrow's Basketball Team Wins ChampionshipTop of Page

On Wednesday, March 22nd, Woodrow's 4th and 5th grade basketball team won the Y.S.S. basketball league championship, beating McKinley 24-11 and capping off a perfect 10-0 season!

Congratulations to Joe, Derek, Malachi, Samantha, Jaydenn, Jovan, Christopher, Jermaine, Justin, Giselle, Ashley, Erik, and Tyler from the Gifted and Talented program for bringing Woodrow our first basketball championship in nearly 10 years!


8th Grade Students get a preview of High School LifeTop of Page

On March 16th our 8th grade boys and girls got to meet with many students, teachers, administrators, coaches, and advisers from New Brunswick High school for a question and answer session about life at New Brunswick High school.  Students got to ask any questions they had regarding academic life, extracurricular activities, challenges, opportunities, and expectations that they will experience a few short months from now.  
A special Thank You to Mr. Redler, the Principal of the High School, Mr. Lowery, New Brunswick Athletic Director, Mr. Louka, Supervisor of Physical Education, and everyone else who gave their time to help PREPARE our 8th grade students for their next educational step. 
For more photos from this event see our What's Happening at Woodrow page.

Woodrow Honors our 2nd marking period Exceptional EaglesTop of Page

On March 9th we presented the Exceptional Eagle Character Awards to 6 Middle School students who exemplify the characteristics that make them special.  These characteristics include:  Caring, Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Citizenship, and Teamwork.

Woodrow Students Engineer a Victory!Top of Page

On Friday, January 27th, 8th grade students from Woodrow Wilson joined others from New Brunswick to compete at Franklin Middle School in the annual RIME bridge building competition.  We are proud to report that Woodrow's Christian Reyes won the competition and led New Brunswick to a team championship as well!
For pictures from this event, check out our What's happening at Woodrow page!

Teacher of the YearTop of Page

The Teacher of the Year for the 2016-2017 school year is Ms. Beth Maratea.  Ms. Maratea was awarded this title by being elected by her fellow educators.  An exceptional teacher who also contributes a great deal to nearly every event held at Woodrow Wilson, she constantly gives her best to her students, her colleagues, and the families of Woodrow Wilson school.  We are proud to acknowledge her efforts by awarding her this honor.