Showing posts from March, 2015

Sticks & Stones - 9th Grade Assembly

Internet and cell phone technology have revolutionized the way we learn and interact. The benefits are immense, but so are the potential dangers.  For teens in particular, cyber-bullying, harassment, stalking, spying, sexting and sexual predation are reaching dangerous levels throughout the country.

In order to help reinforce safe online behaviors, we will be showing the film, "Sticks and Stones" on April 21, 2015 to all the 9th Graders (1:30pm start).  This film addresses many of these issues in a hard-hitting but realistic way.  The film was co-produced by the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office and Chase Wilson, the Emmy-nominated creators of the DWI prevention film, "Stoned Cold."

Several important lessons will be highlighted during the film presentation and classroom discussions.  We encourage you to talk to your child about the film after they view it, in particular: The nature and consequences of bullying on the victim and bystanders;The dangers of sharing compr…

2015-2016 National Honor Society

Congratulations to the new members of the 
WHS National Honor Society 2015-2016

Amelia Apgar Emma Backhaus Ciara Brophy Sabrina Colavita Melissa Cowie Grace D’Annibale Matthew Deppe Bryan Fotino Callie Fucarino Kieran McLafferty Mary Katherine McNaught Sarah Peepall Emily Porto Francesca Raffaele Devraj Roy Daniel Scherb Erin Scott Erin Smith Peter Stahl Caitlin Vellios Larissa Woods Marwan Zoweil

Induction Ceremony will be held on Thursday, April 30 at 7 pm in theLittleTheater.  

WHS February Students of the Month

WALDWICK HIGH SCHOOL February Students of the Month 2014 – 2015

NATALIA BASTANTE – Natalia, a senior is a genuine asset to our Consumer Science class.  We all benefit from her pleasant, yet creative, persona in the class daily as she hasn't missed one day this marking period.  She has simultaneously been working on two sewing projects, prepared her own special recipe for homemade garlic bread, and works-well in a group and independently.  She's so busy she thinks more about her productivity than checking her highest grade in the class status last report card.  Good Job Natalia; looking forward to the rest of the year with you and your great ideas!
KATELYN MARSDEN – Katelyn, a senior, has been involved with the Waldwick
Theater Program since Middle School.  She has held roles in all of the productions, including Seussical, Jr. and Honk, Jr.  At the high school, Katelyn has had parts in all of the productions since 2012 and is currently playing the role of Sh…