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

    Feb SOM
    Congratulations to:
     Kayla Bray (Kindergarten)

    Yuritzi Navarro Pineda  (Grade 1)

    Holden Ascher (Grade 2)

    Jacqueline Cinella (Grade 3)
    Lyla Monte (Grade 4)
    Tommy Zamudio (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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  • Battle title  

    The elementary schools in Montville provide their fifth grade students with a chance to compete in an academic ‘Battle of the Books’ to encourage reading instead of 'screen time', while giving students the opportunity to read a variety of types of literature. The students were asked to read 5 specific book titles and to pay close attention to the details of the stories. After about 2 month school battle teams were set and competed against each other by answering specific questions about the books to find a school battle of the books winning team.  Each school sent their winning team to a district challenge that was held at Hilldale Elementary School. Here they competed against the best of the other Montville fifth graders for the Championship Battle. This year, Woodmont School’s team took the district title by answering all of their questions correctly in all ten rounds!
    Battle 2015 Winners
    Battle of the Books winners representing Woodmont School: Abby Seewald, Pratham Pilli, Mia Tartaglia, Alyssa Neff, Alyssa Troia, Michael Migliorino, Sanjit Ravichandran.

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  • Congratulations to Gianna, Antonio, Eliana, Amulya and Girish for receiving the Outstanding Safety Patrollers Award for Honoring the Paw!  These students are always on time to their post, they are respectful to other students, they take their job seriously, they always exhibit good citizenship, are helpful to teachers and aides in the building and are always willing to lend a hand.   
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  • Footprints group Footprints group
     Footprints was launched this year as a unique girls friendship group at Woodmont that was open to fourth and fifth grade girls, and is intended to not only give our girls a chance to build strong friendships within the group, but to discuss and learn the skills needed to continue to have great supportive friendships with other girls in the years ahead.  What makes Footprints unique is the fact that this year's fourth grade girls will serve as mentors to next year's fourth grade girls who choose to participate in Footprints.  We are confident that this will continue to build and strengthen a culture at Woodmont in which girls feel confident, secure and supported in all elements of their Woodmont experience.

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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 Day pawprint

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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.

    planting4  planting 5 planting

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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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