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!
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!
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”.
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.