I am very proud to present a few amazing art pieces from James Dill's AP Art portfolio 2016.
Monday, May 23, 2016
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Viva Flamenco Dance Company performed in the Little Theater on Wednesday, May 18. This was an interactive performance and the audience was encouraged to participate. Over 100 Spanish language learners were excited to attend this great opportunity, which they have never experienced before. In an effort to expand students' global perspective and to continue the activities for the celebration of World Language Week, the faculty made this possible.
Friday, May 6, 2016
Thursday, May 5, 2016
WALDWICK HIGH SCHOOL
April Students of the Month
2015 – 2016
BRENDA SUGEY REQUENO - Brenda, a freshman, earned a 96 in ESL third marking period, in addition to achieving strong grades in her content classes. She has not missed any homework. Brenda has developed particularly strong work habits, always improving her knowledge of the English language by writing down new vocabulary as she comes across it. Brenda’s understanding, speaking, and writing have all improved markedly. She also helped her newly arrived cousin transition to our school this marking period.
JOSHUA SHERIFF - Josh, a freshman, is a hard-working student that never misses an opportunity to say, “Hello” or to offer a smile. His positive energy is contagious as anyone who has been to the STRIDES cafe knows. Josh will always remember the way you like your coffee or your favorite snack. He enjoys English and Science and his favorite subject is History. Josh is a great class leader when on trips and he has made many new friends at WHS.
RYAN MOORE - Ryan, a senior, is the Child Development Student of the Month, carrying on a long-standing tradition as The Bunny. He planned a fun event for the children, which included his costumed-characterization of The Bunny that delighted children, peers and adults. Ryan entertained the children in the Kids, Kids, Kids program with posing for pictures, reading books, listening to stories and walking around larger than life with the children. He enjoys organizing and implementing activities. Ryan draws his keen people and game skills from being the Warriors Baseball Captain and pitcher. He also plays outfield when not pitching. Not only on the field, but also on the preschool playground, Ryan draws in students from class to join in the fun during preschool.
ASHLEY BUSCHGANS – Ashley is a freshmen on the Girls Softball Team this spring. She has had an incredible month of softball to begin her career here at Waldwick High School. Ashley has led the team to 13 wins in the month of April while pitching and hitting fourth in the batting order. Ashley leads the teams in hits, home runs, and RBI’s, as well as wins in the circle. Ashley is on track to finish the year with all A’s and B’s in her classes and is an outstanding school citizen.
MAXWELL FORREST – Max, a sophomore starter, has been incredible all season in goal for the Boys Lacrosse Team. He had over 100 saves for the month of April and has kept the team in every game with his stellar play. Max has already developed into a team leader. He has a passion for lacrosse that is evident in everything he does from practice to games. Max has earned the respect of his teammates, coaches and opposing teams throughout the season.