Athletic Paperwork for the Fall Athletes (Genesis Forms are Open)

Athletic Paperwork for the Fall 2018 - Guest post from Jeff Basilicato (Boz)

The fall season is almost upon us and the deadline of August 1 to hand in fall paperwork is even closer. I wanted to reach out to explain exactly which four items are needed in order to be cleared for participation for the fall season. The following links contain the files and information required for participation. These forms must be completed in full, and without errors or they will be returned for completion.

Required Athletic Paperwork for High School Sports(Link)

A few notes:

-The physical must be completed in full and signed by the student, parent and physician in all the applicable places. Please take care to note before leaving the doctor's office that all values (height, weight, vision etc.) must be filled in or the physical will be returned for completion.

-If the athlete sees an eye doctor, the physician who performs the physical might not perform a vision exam. In this case, a copy of an eye g…

Waldwick High School Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2018

Waldwick High School Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2018
The Waldwick High School Athletic Hall of Fame is proud and excited to announce the 2018 class of inductees.
Since 1963, Warrior Nation has been represented by many outstanding athletes, coaches, and teams.  The 2018 class features five outstanding individuals, two coaches, one team, and one special contributor.

Kenneth Freitag ’67
Tracy D’Annibale Green ’84
Claudio Petrucelli ’84
Michelle Straut ’88
Keelan Kraw ’89

Coach ~ Steve Konde
Coach ~ Tony Caiazzo
Team ~ 1985-86 Girls’ Basketball Team
Special Contributor ~ Kevin Kenney

Congratulations to the 2018 class of inductees of the Waldwick High School Athletic Hall of Fame.  The inductees will be honored at a ceremony on November 1, 2018 at 6:30pm at  Macaluso’s, Hawthorne, NJ For more information, Click Here - Hall of Fame Info

WHS May Students of the Month

WALDWICK HIGH SCHOOL May Students of the Month 2017 – 2018

JACK DUNICH - Jack, a junior, has excelled this year in AP Economics and Honors US History II.  He is a hard-working, attentive and self-motivated student who has flourished in the social sciences.  He is able to grasp high level economic theory, as well as the complex events of the World Wars.Jack impresses us with his ability to balance academics with athletics, involvement in clubs and a part-time job.  Add the fact that he is an outstanding school citizen and we can say that not only is Jack a treasured asset to our Social Studies classes, but to the entire Warrior community.
SAMANTHA STALLARD – Samantha is a sophomore on the Spring Track Team this season.  She is a hurdler who has put together a tremendous month.Samantha was named First Team All-League and is the 2018 NJIC Patriot Division Champion in the 100 meter high hurdles.  This month, she was a member of the 4x100 relay team that broke the school…

Stress Relief Week @ WHS (June 11 - 15)

Waldwick High School Presents ...

Special Mini Workshops for Students & Staff: End of Year/Pre-Exam Stress Relief When: June 11-15, 11:2o-12:00 (Common Lunch) Where: Media Center

MONDAY - 6/11 “Take a Breather”(11:20 - 11:54) Why are we told to take a deep breath when we feel anxious about something?  It is because it has been scientifically proven that deep breathing calms our nervous system.  Breathing is vital for our survival!  In this session, we will teach you several simple breathing exercises to help calm you before tests, events, social interactions, or anything that is making your heart race.

TUESDAY - 6/12 “Balance the Yang with some Yin” (and what does that even mean)(11:20 - 11:54) Most of us have plenty of “Yang” activities in our, sports, and events and even video games and social media require “yang” energy. To feel calm and balanced, it is important to incorporate yin into our lives…meaning that we need to learn to slow down!  In this session, we will teach …

WHS April Students of the Month

WALDWICK HIGH SCHOOL April Students of the Month 2017 – 2018

PATRICK KEASTEAD - Patrick, a senior, has earned student of the month because of his extraordinary dedication to his senior project.  Patrick has been working on his project for four months and is finally reaching the end of a long road to creating a documentary that remembers a few alumni from WHS who have passed due to heroin related issues.  Patrick has written scripts, set up, scheduled and recorded interviews, gathered information through research and even worked with the Waldwick Police Department.He is currently in the final stages of the project, which includes final editing and scoring the music for the film. With this project, Patrick will leave a legacy behind that will be shared for many years to come.
MADISON BUFFINGTON - Madison, a junior, is the April Student of the Month for Child Development.  Madison earned an exceptional grade in academics and activities, displays professionalism, wor…

PARCC Testing Spring 2018

Everything you need to know regarding PARCC Testing.

PARCC Testing at WHS will begin the week after Spring Break. Testing dates and daily schedules are listed below.

PARCC Testing Schedule for ELA
Date Unit Grade Level Length Wednesday, 4/25 ELA Unit 1 9, 10, 11 90 Minutes Thursday, 4/26 ELA Unit 2 9, 10, 11 90 Minutes Friday, 4/27 ELA Unit 3 9, 10, 11 90 Minutes
PARCC Testing Schedule for Math
Date Unit Grade Level Length Wednesday, 5/2 Math Unit 1