Woodland Park School District

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District Information

  • Woodland Park Board of Education
    853 McBride Avenue
    Woodland Park, NJ 07424


    Superintendent
    Dr. Michele Pillari
    mpillari@wpschools.org
    973-317-7711

    Business Administrator/Board Secretary
    Thomas DiFluri
    tdifluri@wpschools.org
    973-317-7721

    Director of Curriculum and Instruction
    Carmela Triglia
    ctriglia@wpschools.org
    973-317-7715

    Director of Special Education & Student Support Services
    Susan Confrancisco
    sconfrancisco@wpschools.org
    973-317-7761

    Supervisor of Language Arts
    Elba Alves Castrovinci
    ecastrovinci@wpschools.org
    973-317-7717

    Supervisor of Mathematics
    Bronwen Calderon
    bcalderon@wpschools.org
    973-317-7718

    District Technology Coordinator
    Matthew Cielo
    mcielo@wpschools.org
    973-317-7781

Schools

  • Memorial Middle School
    15 Memorial Drive
    Woodland Park, NJ 07424
    973-317-7750


    Principal
    Lisa Barreto
    lbarreto@wpschools.org
    973-317-7751

    Assistant Principal
    Stephen Scholtz
    sscholtz@wpschools.org
    973-317-7757

     

    Beatrice Gilmore School
    1075 McBride Avenue
    Woodland Park, NJ 07424
    973-317-7740


    Principal
    Sharon Tomback
    stomback@wpschools.org
    973-317-7741

     

    Charles Olbon School
    50 Lincoln Lane
    Woodland Park, NJ 07424
    973-317-7730


    Principal
    Giovanna Irizarry
    girizarry@wpschools.org
    973-317-7731

HIB Specialists

  • Memorial School
    Kerry Mc Glame and Donna Farraye
    15 Memorial Drive
    Woodland Park, NJ 07424
    kmcglame@wpschools.org
    dfarraye@wpschools.org
    973-317-7786

    Beatrice Gilmore
    Donna Farraye
    1075 McBride Avenue
    Woodland Park, NJ 07424
    dfarraye@wpschools.org
    973-317-7787

    Charles Olbon
    Danielle Indri
    50 Lincoln Lane
    Woodland Park, NJ 07424
    dindri@wpschools.org
    973-317-7783

NEWS

  • Food drive provides full holiday meal for 30 local families

    Food drive provides full holiday meal for 30 local families

    Thirty turkeys and the fixings were distributed to local families who need a helping hand this Thanksgiving. The collection was coordinated by the Memorial School Student Council, Charles Olbon School, and Beatrice Gilmore School together with donations from generous families of Woodland Park.

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  • Incorporating movement helps to support an active learning environment

    Incorporating movement helps to support an active learning environment

    Charles Olbon recently held a school-wide professional learning community meeting, where the staff learned how to incorporate movement throughout the day. Physical education teacher, Mr. Volpe presented the in-service workshop to staff, engaging them in activities that blend academics and physical activity into educational lessons that support an active learning environment.

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  • Teachers attend development day at Passaic Valley High School

    Teachers attend development day at Passaic Valley High School

    Passaic Valley Regional High School (PV) hosted its fourth annual day of development on Nov. 6, uniting all teaching professionals from PV High School and each of its feeder public schools from Little Falls, Woodland Park and Totowa. The theme for this year's program was "Rigor, Relevance, and Relationships."

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  • Libraries = Success program concludes at Memorial School

    Libraries = Success program concludes at Memorial School

    The results are in for the Libraries = Success program at Memorial Middle School. The program, sponsored by the NJ State Library, is a joint collaboration with the Alfred Baumann Public Library. The initiative is geared toward encouraging middle schoolers to sign up for a library card.

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  • District receives $261K grant to expand pre-K program

    District receives $261K grant to expand pre-K program

    The Woodland Park School District was one of 28 that were notified this week of pre-K expansion grant funding awards. This $20 million in funding to the 28 districts means that approximately 1,450 additional children across the state will have access to quality pre-K.

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