Woodrow Wilson Middle School

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  • Girls Soccer

    The Girls Soccer team will be playing against John Adams MS on Monday, November 3rd at JP Stevens High School beginning at 4 PM.

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  • Boys Soccer

    The Boys Soccer team will be playing against John Adams MS on Monday, November 3rd at JP Stevens High School immediately after the girls soccer game.

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  • Box Tops

    Please see Students Resources for more information about Box Tops.

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  • Supply Lists

    Please see Student Resources for the supply lists.

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Boys Cross Country Team finished 3rd in Middlesex County!
GMC Boys 2014
GMC Championship

The WWMS Parent Workshop will be held on November 19th.  Please see Site Shortcuts for more information.  Please click on the picture below for a survey.
Attention Parents:
All winter sport physical exams (14A) and/or parental updates (14G) are due by November 1st.  They will not be accepted after that date.  Once completed, have your child bring the paperwork to Ms. Rodgers (nurse).  If your child played any fall sport or fall intramurals and his/her physical exam has not expired, you only need to complete and return Form 14G.
The 7th Graders finish their first round of the Food Drive
food drive
food drive

8th Grade students assemble bikes in Technology class as part of a BMX iSTEM unit

 bmx bike

bmx bike
bmx bike
bmx bike

Good News! The State of NJ has released performance reports for all schools. View the WWMS profile at:
WWMS Magnets are now for sale!  Click on the picture for the order form.

Welcome to Woodrow Wilson

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.

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