Showing posts from March, 2018

Flow of Traffic/Entering the building via the Lower Parking Lot

We are always looking for ways to make Waldwick High School a better and safer place for everyone. With that said, we have made some changes in the lower parking lot. When entering the lower lot via Wyckoff Avenue, you will no longer be able to make a hard left turn into the small lot by the Cafeteria.When dropping off, all cars should work their way around the parking lot to the Greenberg Center doors. Please pull forward as far as possible to drop your student off. Cars will be able to work their way around the lot to exit using the back driveway. Please do not cut across the parking spots.At dismissal, no cars should be parked in the small lot by the Cafeteria waiting for their student.The door under the Cafeteria will no longer be open in the morning. All students being dropped off in the lower lot will need to enter through the Greenberg Center doors. As always, please take it slow and use caution when driving on school grounds.

WHS February Students of the Month

WALDWICK HIGH SCHOOL February Students of the Month 2017 – 2018

MADISON SCHEIDELER - Madison Scheideler, a junior, is the Consumer Science Student of the Month. Not only is Madison high-achieving in her academic skills, but she is also a well-rounded student in the program. Madison is almost done sewing her self-designed pajama pants and has served brunch to the Seniors in Schools. Madison also provided the entertainment for the January brunch by dancing a ballet duo with her brother, Dylan, for the Seniors. It’s a pleasure having Madison in class. Good luck to you, and continue to do a great job!
MIA HILDEBRAND - Mia Hildebrand, a senior, is the obvious choice for student of the month for her tireless contributions to the theater production of this year's performance of 9 to 5, The Musical.  As Stage Manager for two years, Mia works hard and puts in so much time, effort, and energy.  Even though Mia does not prefer the spotlight, there is no denying that she de…


WHS Seniors Below is the list of the LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS THAT ARE DUE IN MARCH. Make sure you triple check your applications before you hand them in.  Make sure that you have a parent or student signature if the application calls for one. Make sure you put your name at the top of EVERY page of the application unless it is one of the BLIND applications. For the Blind applications, follow the instructions noted on the application. If the application calls for a letter of reference, I will attach the counselor letter. If the application calls for your transcript, I will attach your 7th-semester transcript. If you have any questions, please feel free to stop by or email Ms. Cassidy. LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS DUE IN MARCH (Applications in Guidance & Naviance: 24-L MARCH 10 MICHAEL SHANLEY SCHOLARSHIP - ALLENDALE / WALDWICK PBA

WHS Drama Club presents 9 to 5 the Musical (Updated Show Dates & Times)

WHS Drama Club is proud to present ...
9 to 5: The Musical
(New Dates/Times) Friday, March 16 at 7pm Saturday, March 17 at 2pm Saturday, March 17 at 7pm
Senior Citizens / Student $10.00
General Admission $13.00

WMS Presents - A Parent Program "If I could have a do over"

Waldwick Middle School  Presents 
"If I could have a do over" by John Halligan
When: Tuesday, March 6th Time: 7:00 - 8:30pm Where: WMS Multi-Purpose Room 
Parents will be empowered with strategies to take preventive actions with their own children.  Any questions? Call Mr. Sussman (MS Counselor) 201-652-9000 ext 5013