8:00 AM - 8:45 AM Volleyball
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM All Sports
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM Mad Science
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM Video Game Design
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM Yoga & Mindfulness
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM Engineering
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM Basketball, Board Games, Science Challenges & Stem
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM Advanced Robotics
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM Golf
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM Odyssey of the Mind
Students across the district participated in the ETEA Read Across America T-shirt Design Contest. Second grade student, Lavisha Jain was selected as the winner from Woodbrook for her colorful and creative shirt. We are proud of Lavisha for her participation and effort!
We are proud of first grade students Mihika Chouthai and Neev Chakraborthy for their participation in their first Lego League Jr. Competition! Mihika, Neev and some friends built a moon base using Lego with Robotics for the Moon Mission. The experience allowed them to learn a lot about the moon, come up with solutions to overcome their challenges and over all have a great time! Everyone, including the judges were impressed!
CONGRATULATIONS TO FIFTH GRADE STUDENT, ISHAN CHANDUKA. ISHAN HAS SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED THE ARROW OF LIGHT WHICH IS THE HIGHEST LEVEL IN CUB SCOUTS. METCHEN MAYOR BUSCH AND ST LUKES PASTOR ED ZELLEY WERE PRESENT AT THE CEREMONY WHICH WAS HELD AT ST LUKES CHURCH, METUCHEN. ISHAN HAS MOVED ONTO THE BOYS SCOUTS AND NO DOUBT, WILL CONTINUE TO GROW AND GIVE IN THIS WONDERFUL ORGANIZATION.
CONGRATULATIONS TEACHER OF THE YEAR MRS. LINDA CICCARELLA
CONGRAULATIONS AGAIN TO 5TH GRADER NITHIN JAYAKANTHAN! NITHIN COMPETED IN THE NEW JERSEY K-12 CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT EARNING 10TH PLACE AMONGST 100+ COMPETITORS. NITHIN WON 4 OF 5 ROUNDS IN THIS COMPETITIVE EVENT. THE TOURNAMENT WAS HELD AT BROOKDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE IN LINCROFT, NJ. WE ARE VERY PROUD OF NITHIN'S CONTINUED DEDICATION. WELL DONE NITHIN!
The winner of this year's Scripps Spelling Bee was Jon-Cephas Alohu from Mrs. Liu's 2nd grade class. The bee was very competitive and we are very proud of the boys and girls who made it as far as they did! We wish Jon the best of luck as he proceeds in the next round!
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.