Waldwick Middle School

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    Mission Statement

    The Waldwick Middle School believes that all children should receive an education that goes beyond the academics and addresses the needs of the whole child.  Their needs should be met in a safe and supportive environment that is conducive to the educational process.  All students should be nurtured to develop a sense of responsibility and feelings of self-worth. Children should be guided to become more creative and develop problem-solving skills.  The learning process should provide children with experiences that promote good citizenship and community pride.  

    It is the responsibility of the administration and faculty to work together to create this type of environment. Teachers should be given the freedom and support to investigate and test new ideas.  The element of trust between administration, faculty, and parents should encourage participatory decision-making, planning, and evaluating for the enrichment of the students' educational experiences.  This sense of collegiality is fundamental to the success of the school community.  

    In summation, the educational process should provide children not only with the building blocks of academics, but with the necessary skills to put them on the path to becoming positive, successful members of society. 

WMS Announcements

  • Spelling Bee Congratulations

    to

    Dyana Walkuw,

    our Spelling Bee champ

    and

    Sana Huda,

    our

    runner-up/alternate!!

    Great job!!! 

    View it on our

    YouTube Channel

    below! 

     

     

     

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  • Waldwick won’t vote on school improvements this January

    Gov. Phil Murphy has canceled special elections for the third time, citing health risks for voters and poll workers. That order will delay Waldwick’s plans to seek voter approval for a Stronger Schools proposal.

     

    Waldwick’s Board of Education originally planned a September 2020 bond referendum. It was postponed to December 2020, and then to January 2021. The governor’s order means the next earliest opportunity is in March 2021.

    The Board will return to discussions of when to ask for the voter permission that would be necessary to accomplish critical school improvements.

     

    The proposal is a comprehensive package of renovations and upgrades to provide stronger buildings, stronger support for Waldwick’s curriculum, and stronger security.

    More information is at www.waldwickschools.org/vote.

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