Wildcat

  Woodmont School
"Your journey to success begins here"  
 Home of Paws the Wildcat
2016 State School of Character 
 2016 National School of Character 

 
  • This week's Principal's Principle is

     

    kindness


     

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  • Woodmont School harvested our first pumpkin from our school grown pumpkin patch.

    "Primo" is decorated and ready for other pumpkins to join him in Woodmont's Pumpkin Patch.  

     



     

     

     

     

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  • The students at Woodmont School participated in the Pinwheels for Peace project on September 21, International Peace Day. The purpose of the Pinwheels for Peace project is to promote peace by creating a visual symbol of peace using pinwheels designed by student which were then place on the front lawn of our school.

    pinwheels for peace Pinwheels for Peace


     

     

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  • Welcome Back to Woodmont School


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  • Woodmont Vegetable Garden 

     Woodmont's fifth graders paired up with kindergarten to help plant pumpkins, vegetables and flowers in our gardens. 


     

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  •    Congratulations to
     Nandeenee Singh and Colin Loftus
    for receiving the
    Pathways "Making a Difference" Award
    for the 2015-2016 school year.  
     Pathway Winners

     
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  • paw print

    paw prints paw prints

    Woodmont’s Art Club demonstrated their school spirit by painting the school grounds with the Paw prints from the school mascot, Paws the Wildcat! Fifth grade students worked together and marked the grounds around the building. The art club under the guidance of Ms. Brianne Orefice, art teacher, painted blue paws to help guide Woodmont students along their journey to success.

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  • Student Council Theme Days

     pawprint  Every Friday is Woodmont/Montville Pride Day pawprint


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  • paws promises


     

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  • Please click on the link below to view Woodmont School's No Child Left Behind (NCLB) letter.

    NCLB Letter 2015-2016


     

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