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Bullying Stops Here  

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 Bullying Reporting System 

 

Mrs. Nan Hathaway,

District Anti-Bullying Coordinator

Woodstown-Pilesgrove Regional School District

135 East Ave., Woodstown, NJ 08098 

856.769.0144 ext. 772298

hathaway.n@woodstown.org 

 

Mrs. Kimberly Nelson,

Middle School Anti-Bullying Specialist

Woodstown Middle School 

15 Lincoln Avenue, Woodstown, NJ 08098

856.769.0144 ext. 77237

nelson.k@woodstown.org 

Our Latest Headlines

MRS. KELLY RECOGNIZED BY PRINCETON UNIVERSITY WITH THE 2015 DISTINGUISHED SECONDARY TEACHER AWARD

Mrs. Kelly  
 
It is with great pride and admiration that I inform the entire school district that our own Woodstown Middle School 8th grade ELA teacher and Academic Team Leader, Mrs. Jennifer Kelly, was selected by Princeton University as one of the top teachers in the entire state! The Distinguished Secondary Teacher award is given to 4 extraordinary teachers in the state who exemplify the profession. Only 10 teachers are selected to compete for the award in which the field is narrowed down to the 4 eventual winners. This is such an extraordinary honor as it is a very difficult application process and a grueling one day review with a member of the faculty from the Princeton Teachers College in which every aspect of her teaching, her relationships with students as well as faculty and her past and current accomplishments are taken in consideration. With this award Mrs. Kelly will receive a $5000.00 Honorarium as well as $3000.00 for the school. She will be taking part in the 268th Commencement Ceremony for the graduating class of 2015 at Princeton University where she will be sitting with the other dignitaries on the stage. She will also have her story told on the Princeton Teachers College website (https://teacherprep.princeton.edu/…/distinguished-secondary…) as well as numerous other rewards and accolades. It is a very sought after distinction amongst the teachers in the state of NJ and it is certainly well deserved for Mrs. Kelly with her endless drive and commitment for the success of all of her students. Mrs. Kelly has brought distinction and honor to the WPRSD in a way that inspires us all to continue to give all that we have everyday for our students. They are the reason that we do what we do and Mrs. Kelly is one of the finest examples of the selfless, dedicated, altruistic teacher that puts in the time and effort to bring out the best in all of her students. Congratulations Mrs. Kelly on being selected for this honor and know that you make our school so very proud!

Mrs. Collins  2015-16 SALEM COUNTY TEACHER OF THE YEAR 
 
 Congratulations to Mrs. Chelsea Collins who was recently selected as the Salem County Teacher of the Year for the 2015/2016 school year! Mrs. Collins is in her 4th year at Woodstown Middle School and has made a tremendous impact on the instructional practices in the English Language Arts. Mrs. Collins also serves as the 6th Grade Academic Team Leader and has been an integral part in the rebirth of reading at WMS through the Independent Reading Program. Mrs. Collins will now go on to vie for the title of State NJ Teacher of the Year which will be announced in October. Please congratulate Mrs. Collins when you see her for the recognition for all that she does for the students and staff at Woodstown Middle School. 
 

Lauren Painter Prudential Award 2014.15  
 
Congrats to Lauren Painter! Lauren earned a President's Volunteer Service Award, granted by @PruSpirit on behalf of the President! The award, which recognizes Americans of all ages who have volunteered significant amounts of their time to serve their communities and their country, was granted by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards program on behalf of President Barack Obama.
 

CONGRATULATIONS TO
MRS. COLLINS, WMS TEACHER OF THE YEAR 2015-16
and
MRS. NELSON, WMS EDUCATIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR.
 
TOY AOY  

MATH SHOWCASE 2015
 

On June 4, students representing the 4th, 6th, 7th and 8th grades participated in the Salem County Math Showcase at Salem County College. Students competed in several different events that required use of math and problem solving skills. All students who participated worked hard, took on the challenges with enthusiasm. There was tough competition from schools across Salem County for all events. This year, there were several winning groups from Woodstown. The events, places and student names are below:

 

6th Grade: Circuits, Vertices, & Maps, Oh My! 1st Place: Mason Hunt, Molly Lodge, and Sydney Adams

 

7th Grade: Jeopardy 1st Place: Jonah Bobbitt, Jamie Vergara 7th Grade: Radical Probability 3rd: Madeline Hunt, Jonah Bobbitt, and Jamie Vergara 7th Grade: Making Weight 3rd Place: Madeline Hunt, Jonah Bobbitt, and Mackenzie Rattigan

 

8th Grade: Written 1st Place: Matthew Kennedy and Sydney Savvas 3rd Place: Alexander Strobel and Riley

Moore

 

8th Grade: Let It Fly! 2nd Place: Alexander Strobel, Matthew Kennedy, and Hayden Crouch

 

Congratulations to ALL students who participated and showed off their math skills at the Salem County Math

Showcase!

 

Each week our students in the Concepts in Multimedia class are producing announcements for our students. Here is the latest edition of Woodstown Wolverine Weekly:
 
 
To watch prior programs, click here

WMS Wolverines of the Month

 
Grade Level Students of the Month(s)
 

 
The mission of Woodstown Middle School is to foster an educational community that inspires and empowers its students to become 21st century learners and leaders by instilling core values of confidence, perseverance and collaboration.  These traits will guide our students toward excellence in academic as well as prepare them for success in a globally diverse society.
 

  
 Several ways to keep in touch with WMS
Telephone:  856-769-0144 ext. 77238 (Mrs. Whitling)
856-769-0144 ext. 77295  (Mrs. Miller - attendance)
Fax:  856-769-3872