Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Waldwick CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) - Parent Meeting 6/3

You are invited to be a part of our very own Waldwick CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) cooperative this summer.  Sponsor a week in our school garden and have access to fresh, healthy, locally grown produce all summer long.  Our CSA is student run right on the campus of Waldwick High School.

On Tuesday, June 3rd, the students will host an informative short orientation and a tour of the garden for anyone who would like to be involved.  The program will start at 6:00 pm in the school library and will only last about an hour.  Come out and check it out!

If you would like to help out but cannot make the meeting, please email:

Thanks in advance for your support!

Festival of the Arts and Spring Concert

Pictures from last weeks Festival of the Arts and Spring Concert

Monday, May 19, 2014

Baseball Senior Day - Class of 2014

Senior Day for the Warrior Baseball Team  

Honors Precalculus Students Create Polar Art

Students from Ms. Compton's Honors Precalculus class just finished a unit on polar coordinates.  Students used Geometry Sketchpad software to create the graphs of polar equations and then removed the "math" (axes, equations, etc.) and colored in the rest. The students created some really beautiful designs.   The video below shows what they created! 

AP Art Work - Fatima Orellana

I am very proud to present a few amazing art pieces from Fatima Orellana's AP Art portfolio.  

AP Art Work - Jessica Fleisher

I am very proud to present a few amazing art pieces from Jessica Fleisher's AP Art portfolio.  

AP Art Work - Cristina Horuzy

I am very proud to present  a few amazing art pieces from Cristina Horuzy's AP Art portfolio.  

AP Art Work - Nicole Stahl

I am very proud to present a few amazing art pieces from Nicole Stahl's AP Art portfolio.  

Heroes and Cool Kids - 5th Grade Transition Night

Heroes and Cool Kids Program Took part in the 5th Grade Parent Transition Night on May 14

Students in the Heroes and Cool Kids Program volunteered to present to our 5th Grade Parent Transition Night.  This unique program, under the supervision of Andrea Hused, Student Assistance Counselor, invites 5th grade parents to meet with a panel of High School students to discuss some of the transitions, issues and changes that Middle School students tend to face.  Participants provide factual information to the parents and then add their own thoughts, ideas and suggestions on how parents can help and support their children through these changes.  Parents have an opportunity to ask questions and the panel of students answers openly and honestly.  Eleven High School students participated and we had over 25 parents attend.  We would like to thank these students for taking time out of their busy schedules to provide this community program, for handling themselves with maturity and for their willingness to be honest and share their own experiences.  In addition to offering great advice and suggestions, the students represented Waldwick High School in a way that makes us proud and gives the next wave of parents a great taste of the wonderful young adults their students can become. 

A great big "Thank You" to Shayna O’Reilly, Linda Buffington, Caitlin Ullman, Anna Puglise, Conner Walsh, Katie Ottavio, Morgan Hurley, Katie Degelman, Sabrina Forte, Colleen Moran, and Nicole Fundaro.

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Boys Lacrosse Senior Day - Class of 2014

2014 Senior Day for the Boys Lacrosse Team  

Seth Acker, Steven DePrimo, Tyler Burgos, Alex Paolella, Vikas Bhardwaj, Rick Tarleton, Bryan Montesano, Dylan Sinton & Bryan Pattman

Congratulations Carly Thomson - 100 Goals

Thursday, May 8, 2014

National Merit Scholarship Program - High Scoring Recipient: Andrew Fucarino

Andrew Fucarino, Class of 2015, will be honored by the National Merit Scholarship Program in the fall of his senior year for achieving a high score on his PSAT.  With a Selection Index score of 201 or above, these high performers have shown outstanding academic potential.  Of some 1.5 million program entrants, each of these students is among the 50,000 highest-scoring participants who will be recognized in the fall of their senior year.