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Mrs. Kimberly Romero, Woodbrook Anti Bullying Specialist
Woodbrook Elementary School
15 Robin Road, Edison, NJ 08820
Phone:732-452-2901Fax:732-452-2904
Email: kimberly.romero@edison.k12.nj.us
 
Roseann Walker, District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
Public Schools of Edison Township
312 Pierson Ave, Edison, NJ 08837
Phone:732-452-4900 ext. 4955, Fax:732-452-4993
Email:Roseann.Carusowalker@edison.k12.nj.us
 

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  • Parent Nominates Teacher for Local Award

    Congratulations 2nd grade teacher Mrs. Jennifer LaBella for being nominated for Acme’s Teacher of the Year by a Woodbrook family. Mrs. LaBella was recognized at the local Acme in Edison and presented with a gift card and a tote bag. We are so thankful to our appreciative parents and for Mrs. LaBella!

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  • Students Win Dance Competition

    Congratulations Woodbrook Students Sriya Potturu, Ruchi Rao, and Venya Raghavan for earning 1st place in the New Jersey Natya Sangamam dance competition! Your hard work and dedication were most certainly recognized!

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  • Students Design, Redesign & Create Backpacks

    Third grade students at Woodbrook School designed backpacks, taught one another how to sew via a screencast and then sewed their backpacks. Congratulations to our 3rd grade designers & creators!

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  • Congratulations Shreya Patankar

    Fourth grade student, Shreya Patankar competed in the Jersey Optional Gymnastics Association for her age group and earned 4th place in the All Around Championship a combination of beam, floor, bars, and vault. Shreya’s scores supported her team as they were awarded 2nd place in team championship. We support your hard work, dedication and skill Shreya!

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  • "A Time For Peace"

    Krishi Chevendra of 5th grade and Harini Ravindramathan of 4th grade Participated in the 2017 Martin Luther King " A Time For Peace Contest. Both girls were awarded Certificates of Participation. Great job girls!

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  • National Geographic Geography Bee

    Congratulations to our National Geographic Geography Bee Winners. We are proud of our winner Aarnika Gharse and runner up Joshua Lipman. They both studied a great deal on their own and it showed! Best of luck to Aarnika as sCongratulations to our National Geographic Geography Bee Winners. We are proud of our winner Aarnika Gharse and runner up Joshua Lipman. They both studied a great deal on their own and it showed! Best of luck to Aarnika who has qualified to compete in the state level competition of the National Geographic Bee!

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  • Woodbrook Student Scores 3rd Nationally in Math Competition

    Fourth grader, Brooks Yang, has earned a grand prize, scoring 3rd nationally in the 4th grade, in the 2016 Mathnasium Annual Triathlon Competition. We are all proud of his accomplishments, but even more so for his great efforts. Brooks would like to thank all of teachers over the years, Ms. Byington, Mrs. Myers, Ms. Labella, Ms. Kavinski, Ms. Abene and Ms. Cowan,. Mathnasium’s TriMathlon is designed to generate excitement about math by stimulating a child’s mathematical thinking skills. Children compete in three fun-filled math challenges intended to inspire a love and enjoyment of math!

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  • SCHOOL SCRIPPS SPELLING BEE CHAMPION

    CONGRATULATIONS TO NITYA KATHIRAVAN, THE WOODBROOK SCHOOL SCRIPPS SPELLING CHAMPION! THIRD GRADER NITYA’S WINNING WORD WAS STATUESQUE. NITYA HAS BEEN INTERESTED IN SPELLING SINCE NURSERY SCHOOL! GOOD LUCK IN THE REGIONAL ROUND NITYA!

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  • TEACHERS OF THE YEAR

    CONGRATULATIONS TO TEAM TEACHERS MRS. LAFORGE AND MRS. O'HARA! EACH OF THE SECOND GRADE TEACHERS WERE NOMINATED INDIVDUALLY, HOWEVER, TO THE PLEASANT SURPRISE OF THE TEACHER OF THE YEAR COMMITTEE, THE CO-TEACHERS EARNED IDENTICAL SCORES BASED ON THE COMMITTEE’S RUBRIC! WE ARE VERY PROUD OF THE TEACHERS’ COMMITMENT TO THEIR STUDENTS, THE SCHOOL, THE DISTRICT AND TO THE WORLD OF EDUCATION!

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  • Woodbrook Students Proud of their Recognition

    Three students earned individual trophies and were presented with a plaque for Woodbrook School recognizing the great number of trophies earned by Woodbrook students in this competition. Congratulations to Urja Saha(Grade 4), Sharanya Pandey Grade 3 and Aditya Dwasari Grade 2 for their participation and trophies earned in the Greater Princeton Championship at PDS chess tournament. We are proud of their dedication and efforts!

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Welcome to Woodbrook

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.

 
 

Latest News

  • CLASS TRIP DATES

    KINDERGARTEN 

    IMAGINE THAT MUSEUM

    MARCH 29, 2017

    FIRST GRADE

    TURTLE BACK ZOO

    MAY 2, 2017

    SECOND GRADE

    ADVENTURE AQUARIUM

    MAY 11, 2017

    THIRD GRADE

    BOUNCE FACTORY

    MAY 18TH &  MAY 19TH, 2017

    FOURTH GRADE

    BRANCH BROOK ROLLER SKATE PARK

    NEWARK, NJ 

    JUNE 6, 2017

    FIFTH GRADE 

    INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL PARK

    PHILADELPHIA, PA

    JUNE 12, 2017

     

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