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Welcome to Woodrow Wilson Middle School!

The Clifton Public School District provide our students with summer academic enrichment programs. The I.S.E.E. program offers 1-8 graders, classes in Art, Language Arts, Math, Music, Science and Musical Theater. All at the air-conditioned CHS Annex. Parents please look into this valuable educational opportunity which takes place over the summer.  For more information and to register CLICK HERE!

SUMMER CREDIT RECOVERY!!! 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. Summer Summer School 2017 Registration & Information - Please print form and bring to registration
WWMS is committed to creating a positive learning environment where students are academically and socially successful.  As part of our strategic plan, we are implementing Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports, a nationally validated framework for creating a positive school climate. At Woodrow Wilson we refer to this approach as “Mustangs A.R.E ALL IN.” Please visit our PBSIS WEBSITE to see the positive things we are doing!

The Mustang Mag -  New Spring 2017 Edition!!!
Read all about it HERE!!!
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 is proud to announce that WWMS Music Department won four awards this year at the Music in the Parks Festival. The Band won second place with an excellent rating. The Symphoniques won first place with an excellent rating plus best overall orchestra. The SingSations won first place with a superior rating and won the best overall chorus. We also won the best soloist with Emery Taveras, and WWMS Music Department won the Esprit De Corps award. This award is given to the school district that has the best school spirit out of all the schools involved in the festival. We are very proud of these students for their hard work and dedication.
2017 Special Olympic Summer Games
Congratulations to the athletes that competed and participated in the 2017 Summer Games at the College of New Jersey; Ezgi Camurlu, Anissa Fraser, Jayson Hinton, Michael Miller and Michael Shimabukuro.   They all displayed amazing sportsmanship, effort and humility; I am humbled and proud to be their track coach.  Thank you to Ms. Stefanie Cramer for coaching and chaperoning the entire weekend. Her help and support made the weekend go smoothly.  Thank you to Mr. David Shimabuluro for his coaching assistance as well.  Mr. Shimabukuro is a wonderful role model for all the athletes.   Ezgi Camurlu won a gold medal in the women’s standing long jump, Anissa Fraser won a silver medal in both the women’s 200 meters and the running long jump; Jayson Hinton won a silver medal in the men’s shot put; Michael Miller won a silver medal in the men’s running long jump and Michael Shimbukuro won a bronze medals in both the 200 meters and running long jump. The athletes enjoyed a fun filled weekend including marching into Opening Ceremonies with members of the Rutgers Football Team, competing against athletes from all over the state of New Jersey, a carnival and dance party, along with an Athlete’s Village with booths from all the major sponsors. 
On Saturday, May 6, 2017 the Woodrow Wilson Jr. Mustangs competed at the annual Passaic County Area Special Olympics Track & Field Meet.  Athletes competed in running long jump, standing long jump, shot put, 200 meter, 100 meter and 50 meter races and we had two unified 4x100 meter relay teams as well. Several of our athletes won medals in these events and the following athletes; Ezgi Camurlu, Anissa Fraser, Jayson Hinton, Michael Miller and Michael Shimabukuro will be moving on to compete in Special Olympics New Jersey Summer Games  at the College of New Jersey on June 9th through June 11th.  Congratulations to all our athletes and unified partners and best of luck to the athletes moving on.
Woodrow Wilson Middle School celebrated its Fourth Annual Disability Awareness Week of Respect Monday, March 20 through Friday, March 24.  Each day had a different theme encouraging acceptance and tolerance. On Friday afternoon, we held our school wide Pep Parade honoring our Special Olympic Athletes, Unified Partners, Project Unify Club members, both the Boys & Girls Basketball Team as well as the entire Track Team.  This Pep Parade was lead by the Woodrow Wilson Band under the direction of Anthony Lanzerotti and Daniel Perez. The pep parade was followed by the Woodrow Wilson Annual Unified Basketball Game.  This games matches Special Olympic athletes, Unified Partners and members of the Woodrow Wilson Boys and Girls Basketball Team in a fun non-competitive game.  The players were coached by Kimberly Stell and Anthony Goglia for several weeks prior to the game; building basketball skills, team work and sportsmanship.  All the players were extremely supportive and encouraging to one another during the game exhibiting the importance of team work, tolerance and acceptance.
Our School is extremely proud of the Woodrow Wilson Unified Bowling teams who placed first and second at the Special Olympics Shiver Cup Unified Bowling Tournament at Bowlero Brunswick Lanes in North Brunswick on Sunday, March 19th.  We were humbled by their exhibit of sportsmanship; each team member cheered for, encouraged and supported the other teams they bowled against.  The Woodrow Wilson Unified Bowling team truly embraced the message of Play Unified, working as a team they choose inclusion to better themselves and others!! Congratulations to Michael Shimabukuro, Michael Eardley, Jonathan Silverman and Daniel Barro our gold medal winning team and Chris Garcia, Chritopher Eardley, Carlita Pena-Rodriguez and Briana Vinci our silver medal winning team.
WWMS Special Olympics Winter Games
Congratulations to the Woodrow Wilson Jr. Mustangs Special Olympics Snowshoeing Team!! Last week on February 6th and 7th they competed against snowshoers from all over the State of New Jersey and each member of our team medaled! Michael Miller won a gold medal in both the 100 meter and 200 meter races; Jayson Hinton won silver medals in both the 100 meter and 200 meter races; Michael Shimabukuro won a silver medal in the 200 meter race. A special shout out to Alexxa Petti from Clifton High School who improved over her performance last year and won a gold medal in the womens 100 meter race and a silver in the women's 200 meter race. Unfortunately, due to the extremely dangerous icy conditions on Tuesday, February 6th our 4x100 Unified Relay Race was cancelled and our unified relay team unable to compete. This was a wonderful experience for our athletes and their unified partners. The team participated in the Opening Ceremonies which included a torch parade on skiis; followed by the annual Winter Dance. Once again, I am extremely proud of these athletes and I appreciate the continued support for our program.

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