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      Woodmont School
    "Your journey to success begins here"  
     Home of Paws the Wildcat
    2016 State School of Character 
     2016 National School of Character 
  • This month's Principal's Principle is

     sportmanship


     

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  • Congratulations to the 2018 Geography Bee Winners

    Woodmont School Geography Bee Winners in grades 2-3  

    Grades 2-3 Winners- Aditya Annan, Mihika Doshi, and Vhari Bhattaram

    Geography Bee winners from grades 4-5

    Grades 4-5 Winners- Jonathan Goldstein, Aditya Mulay, and Aarush Garikapati

     


     

     

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  • Congratulations to John and Lauren for receiving the
    Pathways Making a Difference Award for 2018
     John and Lauren
     

     
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  • LEAD graduation

    Congratulations to the Fifth Grade for being the first graduating LEAD class in Montville!  "Law Enforcement Against Drugs (L.E.A.D.) is a non profit (501C3) organization, supported by dedicated police officers, committed to protecting our youth and communities from the proliferation of drugs, drug related crimes, peer to peer/cyber bullying and violence." (https://leadrugs.org/)


     

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  • STUCO food donation

    The Woodmont Student Council held a food drive to support the Montville Kiwanis’s Food Pantry.  Mr. Deane Driscoll from the Montville Kiwanis happily picked up the donations on 3/29.  The students were happy that this event will benefit our local community. For more information about the Montville Kiwanis’s Food Pantry please visit thier website Montville Kiwanis Food Pantry Website.


     

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  • Congratulations to
    Woodmont's Teacher of the Year Mrs. Stacey Maciorski, 
    and
    Woodmont's Educational Specialist of the Year Ms. Laura Catalano 
    TOY/ESPOY

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  • socks socks socks socks socks socks socks

    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.  

    socks

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  • 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.

    blue out


     

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  • The premiere of Mrs. Janis and Ms. Beatty's Fourth Grade along with Miss Kelly's Kindergarten classes Classroom CloseUp segment "Brick by Brick" aired on Sunday, May 15. 

    Click here to see the Brick by Brick Segment

    Brick Buddies


     

     

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  • Please see the link below for Woodmont School's HIB Grade
     

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