Alumni Day @ WHS - 12/21/18

Recent WHS Graduates:

We are planning the Second Annual Alumni Day @ WHS on Friday, December 21, with the goal of having recent graduates speak with our current seniors about college/life related topics. Our goal is for you to help the seniors prepare for life after Waldwick High School.
Depending upon the response from the alumni, we would like to start the morning with a panel discussion in the Little Theater, followed-up with breakout sessions on different college/life related topics.

If you would be interested in taking part in the Alumni Day on 12/21, please fill out this form: Alumni Day 2018 by Friday, December 7.

Sample Panel Discussion Topics
What to expect when you leave Waldwick. No more Waldwick bubble.
If you could go back, what would you tell the current seniors?
Best advice?
Did you transfer? Why?
Hidden costs of college?
First year stories? Positive/negative?
Roommates--how did you go about finding one, switches?
Creating your schedules...deciding on a major/minor

Warrior Gear Sale

Warrior Gear Sale!!!  
The Web Store is now open.  Store will close on December 7th.

Live Stream - Boys County Playoffs Semi-Final (10/20/18)

Boys County Soccer Tournament - Semi-Finals  Waldwick HS vs Ramsey HS Location - Ramapo HS  Time - 5pm 

Meet the Counselors Night - Wednesday, October 3, 2018


DATE: Wednesday, October 3, 2018
TIME: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
PLACE: WHS Little Theatre

The guidance counselors will be on hand to meet with parents and provide generalized information about the WHS Guidance office. The counselors will talk about WHS graduation requirements, Naviance, and generalized college and career topics. After a short presentation, the counselors will answer any questions you may have.

This presentation is not intended for student specific questions. If you have specific questions about your child, you would need to make an appointment or call your child’s counselor.

Back to School Night 2018 - Thursday, September 27

This year our Back-to-School Night will be held on Thursday, September 27 . The evening will begin at 7pm with all parents reporting to their child's 1st period class. Here are a few items to help you get through the night:
All Physical Education and Health classes will meet in the Little Theater Science "labs" do not meet All Study Halls will meet in Media Center Below is the schedule for the evening:
Period 1 7:00 - 7:20 (Special Announcements & 8 minutes)
Period 2 7:24 - 7:32 (8 minutes)
Period 3 7:36 - 7:44 (8 minutes)
Period 4 7:48 - 7:56 (8 minutes)
Period 5 8:00 - 8:08 (8 minutes)
Period 6 8:12 - 8:20 (8 minutes)
Period 7 8:24 - 8:32 (8 minutes)
Period 8 8:36 - 8:44 (8 minutes)

Waldwick Stigma Free Event - Talk Saves Lives

The Waldwick Stigma-Free Committee will host Talk Saves Lives, Monday, October 1st, 7:00 pm, Waldwick Public Library, 19 E. Prospect Street. This free program covers health, environmental and historical factors that can collectively contribute to an individual’s coping skills being compromised. Talk Saves Lives can help the many “gatekeepers” in our communities assess the warning signs of suicide in our families, friend groups, co-workers, and acquaintances.
Free tickets can be reserved here:
This program will give attendees a basic overview of suicide as a major cause of death. Attendees will gain a better understanding of suicide risk, a heightened awareness to identify warning signs, and an understanding of the importance to get at-risk individuals to life-assisting helpers in the community. For more information on the Talk Saves Lives program, please visit:…

New Staff @ WHS - Lois Gray

It is my pleasure to introduce Lois Gray to the Waldwick community. Mrs. Gray is our new school nurse and we are very excited to have her as part of WHS.

Can you tell us a little bit about your background?
I grew up in Clifton with four sisters and one brother. I have lived in Waldwick for 21 years with my husband and our three children. I received my Nursing Degree from Ramapo College, the year my oldest graduated from high school. I continued my education at Felician University where I received my School Nurse Certification and a Masters in Education. I also received my Supervisory Certification from St. Peter's University last year. I have been a school nurse for almost nine years.

What made you choose Education as a career?
I began my nursing career after my daughter was born with the goal to become a nurse-midwife. I returned to school and after I graduated with my BSN, I worked at Hackensack University Medical Center in the Mother/Baby Department. During that time I decide…