As a result of their thoroughly researched proposals and skills of persuasion, the Board of Education is initiating a plan to make Woodrow Wilson “greener” by discontinuing the use of Styrofoam in the cafeteria. For our students, advocacy with passion for a cause is leading to the implementation of an action plan that will benefit the school community.
Woodrow Wilson Middle School is a remarkable school in which students relish in their academic pursuits while developing a strong sense of social consciousness. Academics are the thread around which all other programs are woven. Our school is recognized as a high performing institution, based on the results of the NJ state assessments.
The student body of almost 1,000 abounds with cultural diversity, and the students embrace the richness of the blending of those cultures. Students live by the Six Pillars of Character Education, raising money for community needs, such as Lainie’s Angels, an organization that supports families of children with cancer. Students from WWMS exhibit responsibility, arriving early and staying late for extra help or co-curricular activities. The school mascot, the Challenger, represents what all WWMS students strive to be; students willing to take on academic and community challenges.