High School Question and Answer Session Top of Page

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.
 

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.  

Woodrow Celebrates Hispanic CulturesTop of Page

On December 2nd, Woodrow Wilson celebrated Hispanic Heritage month with its annual Hispanic Cultural Assembly.  Students were treated to Multimedia presentations of notable Hispanic individuals, poetry inspired by Hispanic poets, and Hispanic dances performed by Middle School Students.  Special thanks to Ms. Gallego, Ms. Mercedes, and all teachers, students, and parents who were involved.
For more photos from this event, please see our What's Happening at Woodrow page.

PARCC Family Night Top of Page

On November 16th, Woodrow hosted its PARCC Family night at 6 p.m. Parents and students were invited to learn about the test, how we prepare, and take a practice PARCC to see the knowledge that is required.  It was an eye-opening and enjoyable event for all.  Thanks to all the families who were able to attend!  
For more photos from this event, check out our What's Happening at Woodrow page. 

Hispanic Cultural Assembly PhotosTop of Page

11/16/16 PARCC Family NightTop of Page

Woodrow Honors our VeteransTop of Page

On Monday, November 7th Woodrow Wilson School had an assembly to honor local veterans.  Members from the New Brunswick High school's JrROTC presided over the national anthem, and students learned about the experiences, struggles, and sacrifices made by veterans in service of our country.

Veteran's Day Assembly 11/7/2016Top of Page

School Violence Awareness Week 11/1/16Top of Page

 

The Top 10 4th Grade

‘The Recess Queen’

Letter Winners

 

Top 10

Liah Bocanegra

Ashley Cabreja

Jermaine Carey

Sophia Chiarello

Audrey Karume

Layla Portillo

Giselle Provost

Angeline Rivera

Orlando Roman

Mia Santos De Mora

 

1st Grade

Giselle Provost

Liah Bocanegra

2nd Grade

Orlando Roman

Angeline Rivera

3rd Grade

Sophia Chiarello

Layla Portillo

4th Grade

Jermaine Carey

Mia Santos De Mora

5th Grade

Audrey Karume

Ashley Cabreja

 

Students will read their ‘Mean Jean’ letters to the grades listed above on Wed., Nov. 2nd. Their names will also be read on the loudspeaker and posted on the Woodrow Wilson website. Congratulations!!

 
 
 

School Violence Prevention week photos 11/1/16Top of Page

Spaghetti Dinner/Workshop Enjoyed by All! Top of Page

On Monday, October 24th, Woodrow's second annual Spaghetti dinner and parent workshop was a huge hit!  Parents, students, and teachers alike enjoyed a night of food, information, and socializing.  For photos from this event, check out the gallery on our What's Happening at Woodrow page. 

October 24th Spaghetti Dinner photosTop of Page