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Welcome to Woodrow Wilson Elementary School!

We will 
 Prepare, Empower, and Inspire 
 our students!

Early Dismissal and Parent-Teacher Conferences 3/14-3/16/18Top of Page

Flyer describing early dismissal and parent teacher conferences March 14th-16th.

Woodrow Celebrates Read Across America!Top of Page

On Friday, March 2nd, Woodrow Wilson Celebrated Read Across America with a pajama party, guest readers, and special activities all day that made for an exciting and memorable experience. 
Superintendent Johnson reads to 5th graders
Superintendent Johnson reads to 5th graders
NY Giant and New Bunswick High School graduate Jonathan Casillas reads to 1st and 2nd graders
NY Giant and NBHS grad Jonathan Casillas shows that reading can be fun!
Lt. Anthony Jones Reads to Ms. Fabian's class
LT. Anthony Jones reads to Ms. Fabian's class.
Mr. Keith Jones from the Mayor's office reads to Ms. Dyer's class
Mr. Keith Jones from the Mayor's office reads to Ms. Dyer's class.

There's still time to Join the Parent-Teacher Team!Top of Page

Image of flyer for parent-teacher team meeting 2/29/18
 Image of Spanish version of flyer for parent-teacher team meeting 2/29/18

Black History month Museum brings History to life!Top of Page

On Friday, February 23rd, Woodrow's Middle School students presented and performed during our 3 annual Black History Month Living Museum.  Older students informed and inspired our younger students by sharing presentations about or role playing as famous individuals from history, if was fun, educational, and empowering for all!
8th grade students teach a first grader about Romare Bearden
Students display their Ansel Adams presentation
Students share information about Sara Vaughn
Salma presents information about Selma.
Ashley Caldwell shares information about apartheid

Woodrow Wilson is featured on Character.orgTop of Page

Last week, Woodrow Wilson received national exposure when it was featured on the Character.org Facebook page.  The Washington D.C. organization, whose facebook page is followed by thousands of educators, parents, and educational researchers, highlighted the great strides Woodrow is making towards becoming a "School of Character".
You can find the page, like the post, and learn more about the organization here.