Wednesday, May 23, 2012


Waldwick High School is at it again! Help Waldwick's Modern European History Class beat Texas' Northwest High School's Senior Government Class in an interactive history video project. Between May 23 and June 1, whichever school receives the most YouTube views shall be crowned the victor.
Help us once again take home the crown by following these simple steps:

(1). Viewing the video as many times as possible.
(2). "Like" and "Favorite" the video.
(3). Message all of your Facebook friends and ask them to view and share the video.
(4). Tweet the video to all of your Twitter followers and ask them to retweet it.
(5). Email your friends, family, and coworkers and ask them to view and spread the word of this awesome new video.

Help the Warriors win!!! #warriornation

Queen "Under Pressure" is copyrighted music and does not belong to us.

Monday, May 14, 2012

Mind's Eye

The spring edition of the Mind's Eye is out.  The Mind's Eye is a collection of student work in the areas of: Short Stories, Poetry, Art and Photography.

Special thanks to Mrs. Kish for putting this together.

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Congratulations to our CAD Engineering Students

Congratulations to four of our CAD Engineering students who had a great showing in the State Technology Student Association Design competition.

We had four students place extremely well at the competition: 

Fourth Place - Matt Wilson
Fifth Place - Sean Hillringhouse
Eighth Place - Eugene Sullivan
Eleventh Place - Jeremy Macomber

The students worked extremely hard on their projects under the direction of Mr. Drechsel and should be proud of their accomplishments!!


Congratulations to Senior Lauren Tom - Poetry Contest Winner

AWARD WINNERS (Peggy Larson WHS Bergen County Teacher of the Year)

Congratulations to Senior Lauren Tom for taking first place in the high school division of the Bergen County Teacher Recognition Program poetry contest.  Students across the county were asked to write poems about teachers who were influential in their lives or the topic of teaching.  Each school district then selected their top submissions per age group for evaluation. 

The winning poems will be placed in the program that will be distributed to all of the honorees at the Teacher Recognition luncheon in May and they will be read aloud. 

A Teacher

What do you expect from a stranger that we barely know?
Who tells us our dreams can be within reach,
And that we can do anything we want.

It’s always the same on the first day,
When high expectations are anticipated
And papers of assignments are piled high

Thank you for being different from the others
By creating a world where I would want to learn
Where I want to grow and become myself

Thank you for showing me what I can do
And sharing the possibilities with me,
That I didn’t even know existed

Thank you for inspiring me
With books and words that made me realize my passions
That will guide me forever

What do we expect from a stranger that we barely know?
Who tells us our dreams can be within reach?

Wednesday, May 2, 2012


Victor has been an outstanding leader by example on our tennis team.  As one of our senior captains, Victor has demonstrated the positive results that hard work, dedication, and great sportsmanship can bring.  He is a true team player in an individual sport, always concerned about the progress and development of other players on the team.  He has a winning record at third singles this season, and has contributed to the overall success of our team.  In addition, Victor has worked hard in the classroom this year and has emerged as a model student-athlete.  

Stephanie is both a high academic achiever and a child advocate in the Child Development Kids, Kids, Kids Program.  She extends learning activities to include cultural awareness and fun while teaching important kindergarten-readiness skills to the children in the program.  We are fortunate Stephanie found the time in her busy schedule to work in the Kids, Kids, Kids Program two years running.  She has been both an asset and pleasure to work with daily.  Congratulations Stephanie, and thanks.

Samantha is a dedicated student.  Sammy always tries her best, and she is repeatedly successful.  She is an asset in her classes and is always willing to help others.  Sammy is an inspiration and a great role model.