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     Wolverine News 2014/2015

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    “Celebrating 100 Years of Pride, Tradition, & Excellence

    Once a Wolverine, Always a Wolverine”


       WHS Spirit Week 2014
     Spirit Week
    Spirit Week will be held Monday, December 15th to Friday, December 19th. Don’t forget, the homeroom with the highest percentage of participation receives a free breakfast celebration and bragging rights! The spirit week themes are as follows: Monday: Pajama Day, Tuesday: Tie Dye Day, Wednesday: Holiday Mismatch Day, Thursday: Sports Apparel Day, and Friday: Class Color Day. See an SGA advisor or officer for more information.

       WHS Presents:  
    Winter Concerts  
    Congratulations Poetry Out Loud Finalists!
    Emily Bell, Mackenna Brody, Lydia Cahill, Matthew Craig, Jacalyn DeFeo, John Egan, Erin Jenkins, Alyssa Petitdemange, Carly Petitdemange, Elly Petitdemange, Kayla Rabenold, Eli Smith, Olivia Smith, Nicholas Sorrantino
     Congratulations Academic League!
    Please congratulate the following Academic League students on an impressive 2nd place finish at the 3rd Annual Millville Mind Mash. They competed against 24 other teams representing 4 South Jersey counties.   

    Richard Howell, David Marini, Eli Smith, Charlie White, Devon Bell, Christian Brown, Colton Jacobucci, Rachel Sima, Emily Walls

    Congratulations Bradley Sheridan!

    Brad Sheridan auditioned for and was selected into the All South Jersey HS Honors Band.  To get into this ensemble takes great time and effort.  Brad was required to memorize all 12 of his Major Scales, memorize all of his Chromatic Scales, learn a collegiate level solo for his horn, and also play a sight reading component of the audition. In the end Brad played his instrument in a blind audition against the best HS trombone players in the South Jersey region. Congratulations Brad!

    Woodstown High School  
      2014-2015 Honor Roll Marking Period 1
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     Woodstown High School Students
    Hear Stories of the Past  
    WHS Students  
                          Photo by Brittany M. Wehner/South Jersey Times
    To celebrate the 100th Birthday of Woodstown High School current students interview alumni from decades ago about their experiences as teenagers.  For the full story, click on the link below.
     Woodstown High School 100 Year Celebration Trivia 
    The borough of Woodstown was established in 1882.
    Laying of the Woodstown High School cornerstone took place on May 31, 1915.
    Woodstown High School opened its doors in September 1916.  The new school accommodated all 12 grades.
    The class of 1917 was the first to graduate at the high school.
    The current gym was added to the high school in 1983.
    Thirteen current teachers and administrators are graduates of Woodstown High School.

         Wolverines of the Month

    Congratulations to Gabrielle Bonowski and Devon Bell on being named
    December Wolverines of the Month!
    Rotarian of the Month 
                Congratulations to Georgia Lucas on being named
     December Rotarian 
        WHS Project Graduation 

    Save the date!  Project Graduation is hosting a Sweetheart Bingo featuring bags from your favorite designers such as Michael Kors, Coach, Dooney & Bourke, and Vera Bradley.  The event is being held Friday, February 6 in the WHS gymnasium.  Doors open at 6:30, games begin promptly at 7.  Tickets are $25 and can be purchased from one of the PG advisors: Meghan Taylor, Janie Coleman, and Nikole Vogel.  Email taylor.m@woodstown.org for more information or to purchase tickets. 

     WHS Project Graduation Senior Lock-In 

    We will soon be reaching out to parents for food donations for the January 23 senior lock-in.  We will need food/drink donations which can include snacks such as soft pretzels, fruit/veggie trays, chips, and breakfast items such as donuts, croissants, etc. 

    PG advisors: Meghan Taylor, Janie Coleman, and Nikole Vogel 

     WHS Softball Fundraiser

    The WHS Softball Team is hosting a "Crop Till You Drop" Scrapbooking Fundraiser on Saturday, February 21, 2015, 8AM-8PM. Bring your personal photos and scrapbooking supplies and we will provide the space, food, and fun! The day will include breakfast, lunch, a hot dinner, and snacks. Vendors, contests, prizes. A massage therapist (additional cost) will be there too! The price is $45, checks can be sent to: Woodstown High School, Attn: Melissa Cifaloglio, 140 East Avenue, Woodstown, NJ, 08098. You may email Melissa for an official flyer with the registration form. We are also looking for a few scrapbook related vendors AND a couple other vendors to participate. If you are interested in attending, being a vendor, and/or would like more information then please email Melissa Cifaloglio at Cifaloglio.m@woodstown.org. We look forward to seeing you and thank you for supporting Woodstown Softball!       

    WHS Blue Envelope 
    Parents/Guardians please notify grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, teachers, friends, clergy, neighbors, and anyone who has mentored or positively influenced your child’s life to send a special note of congratulations on his/her upcoming 2015 graduation.  We encourage you to send a request as soon as possible to family and friends through e-mail or any means of your choosing.  This will give everyone plenty of time to think of what they would like to say to the special graduate.  The Renaissance Committee will carefully collect all the notes/cards/well wishes sent to the school.  We will keep them safe and confidential until the Senior Breakfast where every senior will receive a large Blue Envelope filled with all the well wishes and congratulations!  Please fill their Blue Envelopes!  Deadline is May 15, 2015.
       Woodstown High School 
    Woodstown High School was rated as an "A+" school by Inside Jersey Magazine where only seven schools in South Jersey received such a designation.
    100th Year Celebration

    As part of the 100 Year Celebration Lori Raggio put together a special 100th Anniversary Ornament (see below) if you are interested in purchasing one they are $10.00 and all proceeds go to the Renaissance Program at WHS.

    Anniversary Ornament  

    The yearlong celebration theme will continue during the 2014/2015 school year and will be concluded with a special event.  Woodstown High School is planning a 100th Year Celebration Renaissance Benefit Dinner and Silent Auction taking place on Saturday May 30th, 2015 at St. Joe’s Parish Center.  All current and past staff members as well as WHS alumni and guests are invited to attend this worthwhile event.  Join us for a night of fun & fellowship with former Woodstown High School staff and students in celebration of our building’s 100th anniversary! There will be music, dancing, and a silent auction that will celebrate all things Woodstown.  Please log on to our WHS 100 Year Facebook Page for current and up to date information regarding our celebration.

    Planned Activities: 

     ·       100 Year Commemorative T-Shirt

     ·       100 Year Photo/Video

     ·       Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Clock

     ·       Class of 1976-2015 Time Capsule

     ·       Special Ornaments

     ·       Collection of School Yearbooks

     ·       Athlete Alumni Day

     ·       Special Music-Mr. Gunther & Mr. Ludlam

     ·       Dinner Dance at St. Joe’s Parish Center

     100 Anniversary Picture

     The 100th Celebration Committee is currently using pictures from old yearbooks.  There are some yearbooks missing from the library collection and we are looking to see if anyone has any of the following yearbooks and if so would be willing to donate the book to the library collection.  If you are interested in donating a book you can contact Cheryl Levitsky at levitsky.c@woodstown.org, our Media Specialist Alison McKenzie at mckenzie.a@woodstown.org, or Principal Dr. Scott Hoopes at hoopes.s@woodstown.org.  Thank you for your consideration.
    100 Year Celebration Committee
    Missing years:
    1945               1992
    1969               1993
    1970               1994
    1971               2000
    1972               2001
     1989               2008 
     Yearbook Information

    Order forms for the 2015 yearbook have been mailed home.  All orders are due by January 9, 2015.  The cost is $75.00 until November 4th. It will increase to $80.00 after that date.  You may pay by credit card by visiting the website www.ybpay.lifetouch.com. Our school code is 11793815.  Order forms and checks can be mailed to:

    Ms. Emily DuBois
    Woodstown High School
    140 East Avenue
    Woodstown, NJ 08098
    We realize that during many of our events it is difficult to find parking, but it is important to note for all parents/visitors that parking in the fire lane is strictly prohibited.  We have been informed by the Reliance Fire Company and Woodstown Police Department that this needs to stop or tickets will be issued.  Please be reminded that if you are here for an event or at any time during the school day that you must be parked in an approved designated area or you may run the risk of having your car towed/ticketed or both.  We thank you for your cooperation in dealing with this difficult issue.  
      Bullying at WHS

    Woodstown High School continues the availability of an anonymous online reporting system for students and our staff to use in cases of bullying or harassment.  The form is easy to use and it will go directly to an administrator who can help to solve any of the issues that are listed.  Please go to our website at www.woodstown.org and click on the “Bullying Stops Here” logo.  Please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Richard Senor, Assistant Principal, directly at senor.r@woodstown.org should you have any questions related to this issue. 

    Keep abreast of important happenings at Woodstown High School - to access issues of the Principal's Newsletter, click on the link below. 
      Principal's Newsletter - October 2014
     Principal's Newsletter - December 2014 
    Principal's Newsletter - March 2015 
     Principal's Newsletter - May 2015 
    As you are aware, many changes have taken place in the cafeteria this year. New mandates from the Federal Government have impacted menu choices, caloric intake, and portion sizes. In addition, new record keeping requirements have resulted in the district having to install a new point of sale system for all cafeteria locations. We want to thank you for your patience and understanding as we transition from our old system, PowerLunch, to our new system. We are now putting in place the final part of our new system, which is called PAYPAMS.  To access more information, please click on this link PAYPAMS.


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