“Start a Ripple-Make a Wave!"
WHS Project Graduation-Attention Seniors: The senior lock in will take place on Friday, January 6 at 7pm until 7am on January 7 in the gym. Tickets are $10 and will be on sale in the cafeteria during the week of January 3. Bring your favorite movies, games, treats, video game consoles, and so on and enjoy a night of fun, food, and music with the senior class. If you plan to leave before midnight, a parent note is required. Anyone who stays past midnight will be "locked in." See Dr. Taylor with any questions.
Thank you! Larry Hitchner received a One Step Beyond certificate for going above and beyond every day!
Congratulations Mrs. Kristine Knorr Teacher of the Year!
Congratulations FBLA! The following WHS Future Business Leaders of America members placed in the Regional Competitive Events this month! They will now be eligible to move on to the state competition in March.
Jake Rattigan- 2nd place in Business Calculations, Jessica Landolfi- 4th in Help Desk, Olivia Williams- 8th place in Journalism, Hannah Lindstrom- 5th place in Journalism, Devon Kelty- 8th place in Introduction to Information Technology, Jamie Vergara- 5th place in Introduction to Information Technology, Ruby Kaufmann- 3rd place Business Communications, Cameron Boucher- 2nd place in Journalism, Victoria Bill- 7th place in Journalism.
Gracee Roberts – F.H.
Hannah Lindstrom – G. Tennis
Neshani Biegen – G. Soccer
Ryan Walton – Boys XC
Olivia Monahon – Girls XC
Morgan Jackson – Cheer
Brice Monefeldt – Boys Soccer
Cody Wolf – Football
Rebekah Mitchell – G. Soccer
Coleman Weatherstone – B. Soccer
Kayla Gantz – F.H.
Victoria Zarin – G. Tennis
Xavier Seals – Boys XC
Zechariah Johnson – Football
Isabel Gallatig – G. XC
Laura Sejda – Cheer
Phys. Ed Students of the Month - Sept
Grace Lombardo & Justin Polo – Massara
Talia Priore & James Paranzio – Mealey
Elle Pettitdemange & Jess Wilson-Hill – Garren
Isabel Gallatig & Anthony Defino – Huck
Ella Champigney & Andrew Cleary – Massara
Devon Kelty & Daniel Tighe – Mealey
Mackenna Brody & Jake Rattigan – Huck
Allison Young & Matthew DeJong – Garren
Catherine Thomas & Chad Watt – Massara
Elissa Emery & Hayden Varner – Garren
Emily Suwala & Spencer Reese – Mealey
Melody Davis & Jacob Lodge – Huck
Isabella Briseno & Sam Snyder – Hathaway
WHS Marching Band
Congratulations! Jim Ludlam and the WHS Marching Band as they were selected best Marching Band in Salem County! Check out the link below to NJ.com to see the other winners as well as check out our field show. Click on the arrow at the top right hand side of the page and we are slide number 22!
Congratulations WHS Yearbook Staff: The Woodstown High School Yearbook Staff and Advisor-Judy Heineman received an honorable mention in the 2016 Lifetouch Yearbook Showcase Contest. Yearbooks were evaluated on the following criteria: Theme/theme development, design, continuity, photography, writing, creativity content and coverage.
“The books reflect hours of hard work by the staff and the advisors,” Laura Schaub, Lifetouch yearbook education specialist and contest coordinator, said. “These books are some of the best elementary and secondary books in the nation”.
Woodstown High School Drama Club presents Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Performances begin on Thursday March 2nd at 2PM for our annual GRO (Generations Reaching Out) Show and continue on the following dates: Friday, March 3rd 7PM-Saturday, March 4th 7PM- Thursday, March 9th 7PM- Friday, March 10th 7PM, and a final matinee performance on Saturday, March 11th at 3PM. Tickets for the performances will be $12 for Adults and $10 for Seniors and Students (with a student ID). Tickets can be purchased in the main office beginning in January and February, and during lunch periods in the cafeteria in February. If you are purchasing tickets at the door, it is recommended that you come at least 15 minutes prior to curtain time. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is based off of the Biblical saga that tells the story of Joseph, a young man filled with dreams. Out of jealousy for their father’s favorite son, Joseph’s brothers sell him into slavery leading Joseph through a series of adventures that lead him from rags to riches. As Joseph experiences success as the right-hand man to the Pharaoh of Egypt, Joseph ends up having to help his estranged brothers, the sons of Israel. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat features a wide variety of song and dance styles sure to get audiences excited and dancing in their seats. The show is being directed by Mrs. Shannon Sheridan, the Music Director is Mr. Kahlil Gunther, Mr. Jason S. Smith is the Set Designer and Producer, Ms. Marybeth Foyle is the Choreographer, Mr. Stephen Seserko is the Technical Director, Ms. Karen Muracco is the Costume Coordinator, and Mrs. Pamela Herman-Morris is the Props Mistress. A cast of approximately sixty students will be performing, supported by a large student crew, live orchestra, student directors, producers, and choreographers. Many of the leading and supporting roles in the cast are shared between two students in alternate performances. All performances will be held in the WHS Auditorium. Come out and support the WHS Drama Club and their 2017 Musical production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat beginning in March!
The WHS School Store services primarily Woodstown High School, but we also provide services for the Woodstown community members, alumni, and students elementary and middle schools. Though the store has been up and running for many years, Mrs. Lynch and the students design all of the items in conjunction with a local graphic designer, so everything is original! We are very proud to announce that a new store has been built for us, and is now entitled, the Wolverine Den. This will allow us to vastly expand inventory to service our students, staff, and community better...We can customize designs for your Woodstown based team or business by request.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org should you have any questions related to this issue.