Westwood Regional Middle School provides a research-based comprehensive program for all sixth and seventh grade students. Students take responsibility for their own learning...learning to work individually and collaboratively on problem-based tasks is at the core of our instructional design. WRMS courses address the Common Core Standards and provide a whole learning process that is interactive for students from the start of grappling with a problem to brainstorming solutions and utilizing resources to affect change.
Character is defined as “the mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual.” At WRMS all members of our school community are expected to meet high character standards. Fostering a positive learning environment is incumbent upon us all. Martin Luther King, Jr. said it best…”Lead a life so that others will remember you not by your wealth or position, but by the content of your character.”
Positive Behavior Support is not just another initiative. It is a lifelong change in how our school plans for and deals with discipline and problem behaviors by proactively encouraging and rewarding positive social decision-making. WRMS’s HIGH FIVE! program is the bedrock with which school-based decisions are made. Our students have clearly defined expectations, which lead to a warm school climate where students are accountable, empathetic, and successful.
Ms. Abbasi to present at the AMTNJ winter conference
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The Westwood Regional School District is the only K-12 regional school district in Bergen County, serving approximately 2,700 students from the Borough of Westwood and the Township of Washington. The district is composed of four K-5 "neighborhood" elementary schools, a 6-7 Middle School, and a 8-12 Jr./Sr. High School that also houses much of the district’s special education services, along with our preschool program. Our primary goal is to establish high quality, comprehensive programs that prepare all students to be productive and creative citizens. To successfully implement such programs, the district needs to involve family, school, and community members who ultimately share responsibility for the program’s success. For more information about each of our schools, please click on the individual school tab above.