This month's Principal's Principle is
“No Name Calling Week – 2018”
Monday, January 15 – Friday, January 19
Woodmont joins schools across the country in recognizing the power of using kind words! We invite our students and staff to participate in the following theme days to help us celebrate the week!
Monday, January 15-No School. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Take time to read a book about MLK, Jr. today and to attend One Montville Day (begins 10AM at Montville Community Park).
Tuesday, January 16 — “Be yourself, express yourself!”- Wear your favorite clothes/outfit to show how important it is to be unique! (Note: Costumes or pajamas should not be worn, only other favorite clothing.)
Wednesday, January 17 — “We are all good sports if we treat everyone with respect!” - Wear your favorite team jersey or colors!
Thursday, January 18 - “Try hard to always WORK-it-OUT with others!” - Wear your favorite workout clothing/sweats!
Friday, January 19 – “Call us by our name - WILDCATS!” – Wear our school colors (blue and white) or your favorite Woodmont wear!
We thank you for helping us celebrate “No Name Calling Week!”
Alison Lew (Grade 1)
Jackson Greeley (Grade 2)
Matthew DelGuidice (Grade 3)
Lena Matari (Grade 4)
Omar Elmosallamy (Grade 5)
Woodmont School's Student Council collected and donated 293 pairs of socks to The Homeless Bus in an effort to help local homeless people stay warm during the winter months.
On Friday, September 8, Woodmont School particpated in the Blue Out Bullying intiative. Students were asked to were blue to show that we are Upstanders to bullying.