Woodland Park School District

Building the Road to Success

Announcements

  •  Delay

     
    The Woodland Park Schools will have a delayed opening Friday, November 16th, 2018. Beatrice Gilmore and Memorial schools will start at 9:30am and Charles Olbon will start at 10:15am.
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  • UNIFORM SURVEY CLARIFICATION
    Attached please find the Uniform Survey which was
    taken by parents at Back-to-School Night.
    Please take note of question #11 which specifically asks: 
    "Do you, as a parent/guardian, support the idea of
    implementing a policy for school uniforms at
    Woodland Park Public Schools?"
    SURVEY

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  • BEFORE AND AFTERCARE INFORMATION

    For information on the Before and Aftercare program, please contact Robert Foster at the Boys & Girls Club of Clifton at 973-773-0966, ext 119 or rfoster@bgcclifton.org.

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  • SCHOOL REGISTRATION

    If you need to register your child for the
    2018-2019 school year, you can do so at
    the Board of Education office, 853 McBride
    Avenue, Monday to Friday from 9:30 a.m.
    to 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 to 3 p.m.
    Registration Packet 18-19

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  • WOODLAND PARK has gone green!

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    The Woodland Park School District is now
    paperless. Please make it 
    a habit to check
    all forms of electronic
    communication
    (email, Parent Portal,
    texts, voice mail,
    etc.) for all information 
    regarding your child. 

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  • WATER LEAD TESTING RESULTS

    Please see attached link for results of the latest
    water lead testing at all three schools. DETAILS

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  • ANTI-BULLYING BILL OF RIGHTS


    Our school district has conscientiously
    implemented the requirements found in the
    Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act. See our District
    and School Grade Report here: REPORT
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Our Mission & Beliefs

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     Our Mission:

     Strengthening our community through excellence in education.

     Our Beliefs:

      All people have value and deserve respect.
      Education involves a partnership among educators, parents, students and the community.
      High expectations lead to high performance.
      All people will learn with appropriate opportunity and support.
      People learn and develop at different rates and in different ways.
      All people share in the responsibility for their learning.
      Education is ever changing and progressive.  
      All students will leave the Woodland Park School District as productive, responsible citizens. 
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