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Welcome to Woodrow Wilson Elementary School!


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 Prepare, Empower, and Inspire 
 our students!

Sliced fruit = eaten fruit!Top of Page

Did you know that a study by Cornell University showed that kids are up to 60% more likely to eat fruit if it is served to them sliced up? We do!  To help our younger students benefit from these nutritional snacks, many of our 8th grade students volunteer each morning to make this possible.
Students chop fruit for younger students' lunches
Students chop fruit for younger students' lunches

Barnes & Noble Stem night is a hit!Top of Page

On Wednesday, December 12th, Woodrow Wilson teachers and families enjoyed a fun filled night of learning and fun at Barnes & Noble.  
Teachers welcome families to stem night at B&N.
Ms. Guerin works with students at Stem Night
Children enjoy Stem night at B&N
Children listen to a read aloud at stem night

Classroom Spotlight: 2nd Grade!Top of Page

This month second grade students are learning about matter. They completed a science experiment called “Blowing Up Matter!” The students were given 3 balloons in a bin. One balloon had air in it, one balloon had water, and the other balloon had frozen water inside. The students needed to discover which balloon was a solid, liquid, and gas. They then needed to make a hypothesis about what they thought would happen when they popped the balloon. Students enjoyed being scientists and exploring their hypothesis!
Woodrow Students "blowing up" matter
Woodrow Students "blowing up" matter
Woodrow Students "blowing up" matter
 

Track your child's school performance with OnCourse Connect!Top of Page

Parents, did you know you can see your child's grades, attendance,schedule, and more by using our new OnCourse Connect?  To begin using this application, please follow the directions found in our OnCourse Connect Parent Portal Resource Guide. 
Absences add up! Missing just 2 days a month will result in missing 10% of the school year. Faltar solo 2 días al mes significa que un niño pierde más del 10% de  todo el año escolar.

Pre-K Students learn about fire safetyTop of Page

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On Friday, October 26th our Pre-K students were visited by members of the New Brunswick Fire Department.