Woodrow Students Honored for ExcellenceTop of Page

At the last Board of Education meeting, a group of Woodrow Wilson students were honored for achieving Advanced Proficiency on the 2017-2018 PARCC Assessment. Congratulations to Ivan Chavez, Nashaly Espinal, Jeffrey George, Maira Giannotto, Irvin Karume, Aricel Leonardi, David Ojeda Medel, Rachel Prado Sarmiento, Giselle Provost, Sebastian Reyes, Angeline Rivera, Jarmany Rodriguez Luciano, Francisco Victoriano Herrera, and Malachi Wayatt.  Jazsmyn Perry and Aliana Reinoso also earned the recognition but could not attend the ceremony. 
Students who achieved at the highest levels on the Parcc were honored by the superintendent and Board of Education.

Woodrow Hosts its High School Information nightTop of Page

On November 30th Woodrow hosted its annual High School information night.  More than half of our 8th grade families attended to hear information about the many opportunities that await at New Brunswick High School and some of the other options that are available to New Brunswick 9th graders.  

Student mentors begin leading by example!Top of Page

On February 10th, students from the 5th through 8th grades who were selected to be student mentors had their first "official" meeting and training session.  Over twenty-five special students, who were selected due to their own individual strengths and qualities, met with Dr. Vanessa Pellington who is in charge of teacher development in New Brunswick.  After a a short presentation, a discussion of what it means to be a mentor, and a special breakfast, students were prepared, empowered, and inspired to make a difference here at Woodrow Wilson.