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  • Fourth Graders Honor September 1

    This year, the children in Miss Syring's fourth grade class honored the memory of September 11th by creating a "Freedom Quilt." The students discussed what freedom meant to them and used their new Chromebooks to make a collaborative word cloud to generate ideas. With markers, paint, and felt, students created their own squares and worked together to assemble the quilt. The class followed up by reading a book about the importance of this day in our nation's history.

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  • Cabbages Flourish Under Woodbrook Student's Care

    Lauren Carlin took her cabbage home in the spring of third grade after receiving it from local farm . Each year, Bonnie Cabbage Farm delivers cabbages to all third grade students at Woodbrook in order to help our children learn about agriculture, crops and the environment. Clearly, Lauren Carliin has a green thumb! Lauren's cabbage weighed in at 7 1/2 pounds! Great job Lauren! Thanks to Bonnie Cabbage Farm for helping our children (and our cabbages) to grow

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  • Mrs. Galiano's class Honors September 11

    In the fifth grade, Mrs. Galiano’s class created a flag as well as brainstormed the traits of Americans and American heroes. Students learned about the history of the day using many of the educational tools available here at school. Students watched videos on BrainPop which is available to all students at home and at school, as well as read about the heroes and the recovery efforts in Time For Kids magazine and in a Reading A-Z text. A discussion synthesizing the information from the three sources helped students to better understand the recent history

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  • Woodbrook Student Wins Top Award in National Dept. of Transporation Art Competition

    Congratulations to Tanishk Khetan, a second grade student in Ms. La Bella’s class was recently awarded for his drawing in the "Be ready, be buckled" art competition. Competing against entries from across the nation, Tanishk's artwork was selected as one of the six winners in the K-2nd category. He was recognized at the Department of Transportation in Washington, D.C. on May 5 by the Secretary of Transportation Mr. Anthony Foxx. We are proud of you Tanishk!

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  • Woodbrook 4th Grade Art Work Chosen for TCNJ Art Exhibition

    TCNJ was looking for an innovative art lesson connecting art to the real world. Woodbrook's art teacher, Ms. Cheh chose a project in which students were able to illustrate a global issue that they felt strongly about. Krishna Patel chose to create a piece based on the events of 9/11. Congratulations to Krishna Patel! We are very proud of you!

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  • DID YOU MISS THE AUTOMATED CALL?

    IF YOU MISSED THE SCHOOL MESSENGER AUTOMATED CALL, CLICK ON SCHOOL MESSENGER ON THE GREEN BAR AFTER VIRTUAL BACKPACK ON THIS WEBPAGE.

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  • REGISTER YOUR STOP AND SHOP CARD

    WOODBROOK WILL RECEIVE A DONATION IF YOU REGISTER YOUR STOP AND SHOP CARD AND CHOOSE WOODBROOK AS YOUR SCHOOL. SEE LATEST NEWS ON THE RIGHT FOR DETAILS.

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  • Sign Up for MealpayPlus

    Never forget to send lunch money again! Sign up for MealPayPlus for Chartwells and track your child's meal activity and account! Go to http://www.edison.k12.nj.us/Page/550 for the flyer.

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  • Woodbrook Students Stand Up for What is Right!

    Woodbrook’s Guidance Counselor, Ms. Slizewski, taught students to stand up, stand strong and stand together instead of standing by when something is going wrong. Students participated in classroom lessons learning how to be an “Upstander” instead of a “Bystander”.

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HALLOWEEN FEST

Entrance Bracelets
will be delivered to students in
homerooms early this week.
 
Please arrive at 6 p.m on Thursday, Oct 30 wearing your bracelets.
 
Click here if you are
interested in creating a fun
TRUNK OR TREAT
for all to enjoy at our
Halloween Fest
 
 
 
CLICK HERE TO REDEEM YOUR
BEAVER BUCKS FOR PRIZES!
 
 
GRADES 4 & 5
CLICK HERE TO JOIN THE
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC GEOGRAPHY BEE
TO BE HELD ON TUES, JAN 6 @ 5:15
 
 
MORE CLUBS HAVE NOW OPENED
HOVER OVER THE "CLUBS" LINK
IN THE GREEN BAR ABOVE
BE SURE TO SCROLL DOWN
TO SEE ALL OF THE
NEW CLUBS OFFERED
REGISTRATION FOR THESE CLUBS 
CLOSES SUNDAY NIGHT, OCT 12 
 
TO CHECK ON YOUR CLUB DATES
CLUBS BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPT 29.
BE SURE TO SEND IN A NOTE
EACH AND EVERY DAY YOUR CHILD WILL ATTEND CLUB...
AND ALSO, BE SURE TO SEND IN A NOTE
IF YOUR CHILD IS SIGNED UP FOR A CLUB BUT
WILL NOT BE ATTENDING CLUB THAT PARTICULAR DAY. 

 
CLICK HERE TO VIEW MRS. CIRILLO'S
BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT
PRESENTATION FOR GRADES 3-5 
 
 
CLICK HERE TO LEARN ABOUT THE CCSS
COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS
 
 
  
CLICK HERE TO SEE YOUR CHILD IN
STAND TOGETHER VIDEO
DIRECTED BY GUIDANCE COUNSELOR
MS. SLIZEWSKI 
 
 
 
 
Click Here to view the District Anti Bullying Policy
Kimberly Slizewski, Woodbrook Anti Bullying Specialist
Woodbrook Elementary School, 15 Robin Road, Edison, NJ 08820
Phone: 732-452-2901 Fax: 732-452-2904 Email: kimberly.slizewski@edison.k12.nj.us 
 Dr. Sandra L. Reid, District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
Public Schools of Edison Township, 312 Pierson Ave, Edison, NJ 08837
      

Welcome to Woodbrook Elementary

Welcome to Woodbrook Elementary School, the largest elementary school in Edison with over 900 students spanning grades K-5.    Many of our students benefit from bilingual homes and world wide traveling experiences.Woodbrook parents support and enhance their children’s educational experiences through active participation in the classroom and through the Parent Teachers Association.

 

The Woodbrook faculty holds high expectations for all of its students as is evidenced by student achievement on the NJ ASK.  Woodbrook students are highly motivated and have an exceptional work ethic.  Whether they are participating in one of Woodbrook's many after school clubs, presenting research to their peers using the latest technology, or competing in an international Mathematics Olympiad, they excel and impress.

 
 

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