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    Home of Paws the Wildcat 

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  • Harlem Wizards Flyer

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  • A big "Way To Go"
    to Woodmont's December
    Student of the Month Winners 

    SOM December
    Congratulations to:
     Sumedha Marimganti (Kindergarten)

    Illiana Lao  (Grade 1)

    Lauren Soehlein (Grade 2)

    Sahiti Thopucherla (Grade 3)
    Sahith Thopucherla (Grade 4)
    Abigail Seewald (Grade 5)

    The student of the month winners exhibit
    100%  daily effort, good listening skills and are always respectful to faculty and classmates.

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  • Congratulations to
    Ms. Maggie Beatty and Mrs. Toni-Ann Raj
    Governor's Teacher of the Year and Governor's Educational Services Professional of the Year

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  • Student Council Theme Days

     pawprint  Every Friday is Woodmont/Montville Pride Daypawprint  

    January 30th: Mismatch Day- wear different colors, patterns, mix it up with your clothing!

    Feb. 13: Friendship Day Parties- wear red, white, and/or pink.  Show your love! 

    March 2: Dr. Seuss' Birthday/Read Across America Day- wear red, white and black or Seuss attire

    March 17: St. Patrick's Day- wear green or your best Irish attire 

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  • The entire Woodmont school community participated in a fall planting project on Thursday, October 30, 2014.  Ms. Winnie Wess, 3rd grade teacher and chair of the building’s “Green Team” purchased over 300 starlet bulbs for planting.  Next spring Woodmont will be lined in blue and white flowers (the school colors) .  Student in grades K-2 served as planters and students in grade 3-5 served as diggers and rakers.  PTA parents work with students for a smooth planting.   Woodmont principal Dominic Esposito told the students that not only are they learning about the fall planting season but their actions will result in another Woodmont legacy.  Every year, the starlets will return and students may reflect on their contribution to Woodmont’s beauty.

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  • Montville Police Office Scott McGowan visited Woodmont Elementary School on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 in recognition of School Violence and Vandalism Awareness Week.   Patrolman McGowan spoke to Grade K-2 on Stranger Danger and Halloween Safety tips.  He spoke to students in grades 3-5 about the dangers of cyberbullying.   Officer McGowan led the entire student body in an Anti Bullying pledge and presented certificates on behalf of the Montville Police Department.

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  • Woodmont School's
    Ice Bucket Challenge 

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