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State Testing - New Jersey Student Learning Assessment

In compliance with US Federal and NJ State Law, Waldwick High School administers the New Jersey Student Learning Assessment (NJSLA) for English Language Arts (ELA), Mathematics and Science. Formerly known as PARCC, NJSLA is the same assessment and is testing the same standards.

For the NJSLA test for English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics (Algebra/Geometry/Algebra 2), ONLY 9th and 10th graders are expected to participate in the testing. This is a change from last year.  The NJSLA (Science) is only for 11th graders.
NJSLA - English Language Arts (ELA) has 3 units, each 90 minutes in length NJSLA - Mathematics has 2 units, each 90 minutes in length NJSLA - Science has 4 units, each 60 minutes in length 
NJSLA testing for English Language Arts and Math (9th and 10th graders)   *We will be running a modified schedule for these three days
Thursday, May 16 Monday, May 20 Tuesday, May 21 
NJSLA Testing for Science (11th Graders) *We will be running a normal schedule during these two days. Juniors…

National Merit Scholarship Program - Class of 2020

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Congratulations!!!

Gabriel Masarwa and Joseph Saffioti, members of the Class of 2020 who will be honored by the National Merit Scholarship Program in the fall of their senior year for achieving a high score on their PSAT's. With a Selection Index score of 212 or above, these high performers have shown outstanding academic potential. Of the 1.6 million program entrants, each of these students is among the 50,000 highest-scoring participants who will be recognized.

Congratulations to Mrs. Taylor

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Congratulations to Mrs. Taylor  2018-2019 WHS Teacher of the Year!

Waldwick Education Foundation's Townwide Garage Sale

Waldwick Education Foundation's
TOWNWIDE GARAGE SALE Registration 

Spring is here!  It's time for our Annual Townwide Garage Sale Fundraiser -- April 13 & 14.  Proceeds benefit the WEF.   The WEF will hang banners, advertise on Social Media & Garage Sale websites to promote the sale.  Registration is $20.  Register before April 6 to guarantee your spot on the map.  The map will be available on the Townwide Website by April 12.  https://waldwickwef.webs.com/
April 13 - 14  from 9am - 4 pm
Garage Sale Sponsored by Liberty 100 Realty.  Signs will be provided by Liberty 100 Realty for participants. 
Questions call/text Mary Beth Nappi, WEF President @ 201-693-7841 or email waldwickwef@gmail.com.
Register below.  From the Donation Screen click the drop down and choose Townwide Garage Sale.  Please be sure to add your name, address, email and contents to the Notes Section.
Click Below to donate and register. https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_butto…

5 Ways to Prepare Your Child for College

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Julia Tsakalis, LCSW, owner of Dynamic Heart Counseling in Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ, presents
5 Ways to Prepare Your Child for College Wednesday, April 3rd, 2019, 7:00 pm Waldwick Public Library Community Room
Sponsored by Northwest Bergen Regional Health Commission and the Waldwick Board of Health, this program is aimed at helping parents support their children as they go through the college application process and enter their first years on campus. Topics covered will include alleviating stress and anxiety during the application process, addressing time management challenges, remaining connected with others, identifying necessary school resources, and navigating safety and mental health on campus. There will be opportunities for questions and discussion throughout the presentation. For questions or more information, please contact Northwest Bergen Regional Health Commission at info@nwbrhc.net.
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Update From Pomptonian Food Service

Update from  Pomptonian Food Service:
Dear Parents/Guardians:The Waldwick Board of Education offers an internet-based payment system that allows you the option of paying for your child’s lunch on-line, via credit card or ACH (electronic check). This service also allows you to receive automated emails detailing your child’s account balance, which items they purchased, and if their balance is low.  Additionally, like EZ-Pass, there is an “auto-replenishment” option which allows you to set up a low-balance threshold and automatic debit amount to replenish your child’s account. More info on this system can be found at http://www.myschoolbucks.com  Note that there is an internet convenience fee associated with payment by credit card or ACH, whereas there is no fee to put money on account at the register by cash or check.
You will need your child’s Student ID# to set up an account on http://www.myschoolbuckks.com To access the account at lunch, your child must enter his or her ID number on …

Minding Your Mind Presentation - Just Talk About It

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On Monday, April 15, the Waldwick Stigma Free Coalition in partnership with Waldwick High School and Waldwick Middle School are proud to present, “Minding Your Mind,” an organization who is committed to providing mental health education to adolescents, teens, young adults, parents and educators. 


Mental health related issues are the second leading cause of death amongst young people ages 14-23. “Minding Your Mind” is an organization that strives to reduce stigma and the destructive behaviors associated with mental health. They seek to move away from crisis based response to prevention through education. Programs are designed to educate students and adults on signs and symptoms and emphasize that they are treatable and treatment is available. “Minding Your Mind” uses speakers who have struggled with mental health issues and are willing to share their stories of recovery. Subjects that may be addressed in these presentations include mood disorders, suicidal ideation, eating disorders, a…