Thursday, June 4, 2015

Global Empathy Project

In the spring, the 129 freshmen at Waldwick High School participated in a Global Empathy Project that consisted of researching global issues and taking action to raise awareness. The students took the project to the next level and initiated fundraisers throughout the school and community as an effort to support these causes and raised a total of $2,746.

One group of three students raised over $700, 25.5% of the total, to donate to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. Hannah Corbisiero, Kiera McGovern and Danielle Burke showed tremendous initiative, motivation, and compassion towards aiding the efforts of pediatric cancer research. Congratulations to them for such an amazing and inspiring accomplishment.



A huge thank you to all the Blue Print teachers for all the work they put towards the Global Empathy Project!  

WHS May Students of the Month

WALDWICK HIGH SCHOOL
May Students of the Month
2014 – 2015





SOCIAL STUDIES

MATTHEW MOJICA – Matt, a senior, is the Social Studies Department’s Student of the Month.  Matt is taking two Social Studies classes this year and is excelling in each for the fourth marking period.  He currently has a 98 average in European History Honors and a 100 class average in AP Economics.  In addition to shining in class, Matt is an outstanding school citizen, participating in numerous clubs and activities, including competing for the Tennis Team this spring.  He is also one of the nicest, most polite students we have in our classes.  Matt will be attending Stockton University in the fall and we wish him the best of luck.


ATHLETICS

AMELIA APGARAmelia, a junior, had a fantastic track season this spring.  This season was really a break-out spring for Amelia.  It began at the NJIC Conference Championships at the end of April when she won the Patriot League Title in the Shot Put with a throw of 32’ 10”.  Amelia continued to improve as the season went on and on May 22, she won the North 1 Group 1 State Sectional Championship in the Shot Put and advanced to the State Group Championships.  Amelia is also excelling in the classroom this spring, carrying all A’s for the fourth marking period in every one of her honors and AP classes, including being selected to represent Waldwick High School at the Model Congress on May 30; an impressive month for this true student-athlete.



MICHAEL SALMONESE – Mike had a tremendous senior season for the baseball team.  As captain of the team, he led his team to 22 wins this season.  On May 15, Mike broke the Waldwick High School record for career hits and finished the season with 154 career hits.  He will also finish second all-time at Waldwick High School with 31 doubles, 96 stolen bases and 118 runs scored.  Mike was selected 1st Team All-League again and was selected 1st Team All-county this season for the second straight year, which is a huge accomplishment.  Mike will be playing baseball on scholarship at Pace University next year.

Monday, June 1, 2015

AP Art Work - Melissa DePaola

I am very proud to share with you a few amazing art pieces from Melissa DePaola's AP Art portfolio. 








AP Art Work - Sabrina Forte

I am very proud to share with you a few amazing art pieces from Sabrina Forte's AP Art portfolio. 








AP Art Work - Ryan Semus

I am very proud to share with you a few amazing art pieces from Ryan Semus's AP Art portfolio. 









AP Art Work - Mike DePaola

I am very proud to share with you a few amazing art pieces from Mike Depaola's AP Art portfolio. 




AP Art Work - Holly Corkill

I am very proud to share with you a few amazing art pieces from Holly Corkill's AP Art portfolio. 



AP Art Work - Isabella Ayvaz

I am very proud to share with you a few amazing art pieces from Isabella Ayvaz's AP Art portfolio.