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Welcome to Woodrow Wilson Middle School!

Summer ProgramsParents and Students, take advantage of the many summer academic learning opportunities both in our school district and in the area!
ISEE Program Clifton Schools' - ISEE Academic Enrichment Program

ISEE Program William Paterson University- Summer Youth Programs - 4th grade through Middle School Students!

Northern Regional Educational Services Commission is offering high school remedial credit recovery courses for students who have failed a course or were denied credit for the regular school year. Held at Clifton High School, the program is open to area high school and middle school students, regardless of whether or not they attend Clifton High School.
CLICK HERE for detailed Information and Registration!

Congratulations to all the Special Olympic Athletes and Unified P​​artners that participated at the Annual Passaic County Area Track Meet on Saturday, May 5 at PCTI.  The entire team had an outstanding performance; both unified 4x100 relay teams won first place in their divisions; Daniel Barro, Michael Shimabukuro, Aryana Adler, Anissa Fraser, Kiara Unis-Hinojosa, Jayson Hinton, Kaylee Unis-Hinojosa and Michael Miller. These athletes and unified partners will be moving on to State Games in June at the College of New Jersey.  Our 8th graders Anissa Fraser, Jayson Hinton, Shirley Norman and Michael Shimbukuro were outstanding in their individual events. Anissa Fraser won first place in the women's running long jump, 200m, and 100m. Michael Shimabukuro won first place in men's running long jump, second place in the men's 200m and 100m. Jayson Hinton won first place in the men's shot put, 200m and Shirley Norman won first place in the women's shot put and second place in the 100m and 50m. In additional, our 6th graders Renzo Amati, David Mondia and Xixi Murphy did very well in the softball throw. Thank you to Stefanie Cramer, Angela Fatsis and David Shimabukuro for coaching and getting the athletes to each of their events, not to mention giving up an entire Saturday. Thank you to the supportive parents and families who got athletes and unified partners to the event and cheered our team on!!!
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Special Olympics Track Meet
Reading ClinicWilliam Paterson College Reading Clinic Spring\Summer Session
Splash into reading this summer at the WPU Reading Clinic!
WWMS \ WPU is offering tutoring two days a week this summer during an eight (8) week session for local K-12 students. Our tutors are WPU graduate students who are certified teachers and are currently working towards their Reading Literacy Specialization. IF you are intersted, please review the information in THIS FLYER

NEwGet the February Edition of the WWMS "All-In" News!! HERE!!
Grade 6:
Nicol Team
Andreasen Team
Bigica Team
Giordano Team
Grade 7:
Fucetola Team
Nieves Team
Wilson Team
Galanti Team
Grade 8:
Hahn Team
Armando Team
Wacha Team
Sheridan Team
A huge THANK YOU to Mrs. Sheridan's first period Accelerated Language Arts Class who in three days planned, wrote scripts, created props and performed not one, but two readers theaters for our self-contained classes to celebrate Read Across America.  The students in this class have embraced the Play Unify mission for reaching out to others and making them feel included. A special thank you to the following students who took lead roles: Raneem Ahmad narrator for the Cat in the Hat; Zuzanna Banko the fish in the Cat in the Hat; Aaron Bertone played Sam in Green Eggs and Ham; Lukas Kulesa played Bily and Jessica Pawlick played Sally in the Cat in the Hat; John Oldziej played the dog in Green Eggs and Ham; Shamas Rana narrator of Green Eggs and Ham and the incredible Andrew Sieradzki as the Cat in the Hat! 
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Thank you Kelly Bartz for leading us in another wonderful afternoon of painting turkeys.  We are very thankful Mrs. Bartz gives up her free time to guide us from blank canvases to beautiful paintings :) Here are a few pictures from our afternoon on Friday, November 17th.
WWMS Track
Woodrow Wilson Track team is a positive experience that allows each athlete the opportunity to reach his or her full potential by developing:
· athletic speed and endurance
· developing high self-esteem
· endurance
· goal setting
· goal achievement
· personal accountability
· strength
· self-discipline
· sportsmanship
Intramural track is open to all athletes in grades 6 through 8.  It lasts six weeks and is meant to introduce non-runners to the sport and to help previous members improve their times.  Each practice serves as a tryout for Interscholastic track.  You must participate in Intramural track in order to be selected to the Interscholastic team.
The purpose of Interscholastic track is to develop athletes for sprinting and long-distance competitions between other area middle schools. The season culminates with an annual Invitational meet against 10 to 14 local middle schools.
Mustangs A.R.E. All In!

To keep up with the times, Woodrow Wilson Middle School wants to futher digitize itself with digital message boards. These message boards will communicate key information to students and staff and will be placed in high traffic areas such as the main foyer and cafeteria. Please support WWMS Digital Message Boards by making a donation and helping spread the word!!

WWMS Accelerated Program Parent Packet
Clubs & Activities Students, get involved! Take a look at all of the great Clubs and Activities that WWMS has to offer!
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BoxtopsWWMS earned $335.00 for the Spring Submission.  Please send in your Box Tops to the Main Office throughout the year! Help us reach our goal of $1,000 for our school! Clip Box Tops from over 200 Brands; Shop Online through btf.com and earn eBox Tops; Enter Box Tops Sweepsteaks online.

School Anti-Bullying Specialist: Bracken Healy
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