THANK YOU JFG PSO! Your dedication to our school is invaluable! Our JFG dads (in costume) brought holiday cheer, joy, and love to our children! Our community is beyond compare and I am so fortunate to be a part of it! Look at those little hands! 😍😃#oneproudprincipal
We are incredibly thankful for @WashTwpPolice and @SkinnsWTPD who brought great excitement during JFG's Winter Fest 22! Each and every day you bring a sense of safety and happiness to our building, and for that our school is a better place! THANK YOU! #JustFocusonGrowing
Westwood Regional High School French and History students had a fantastic experience exploring international art at The MET. It was a great way for students to gain insight on the material learned in class and connect it to the real world.
I am so very proud of Ms. Zakar's Zak Pak for their organized and informative presentation! They researched and presented a variety of items and rationales to utilize the profit from last year's school store to benefit students at Berkeley School.
Dr. Carmichael, Ms. Calderon, Mr. Pinto, Ms. Palozzola, and Ms. Huber attended the Rutgers Univ. PD on ways to teach controversial Issues and current events in Social Studies classes. The presenters provided them with resources, activities, and other great ideas.
Mia Heid, a senior participating in our Work Based Learning Program, is interning at Children’s Aid & Family Services in Fair Lawn where she is working on various school outreach programs in the Bergen County area. Mia will be pursuing a degree in social work after graduation.
Thank you to Solomon Thomas for sharing his story and the New York Jets for an amazing presentation on Mental Health last night!! His message was clear: If you need help, do not be afraid or ashamed to ask. Also a huge thank you for the surprise SUPER BOWL tickets for senior student-athlete Aidan Carroll!
Mr. DeBlasio's H.S. Honors Design Thinking class held an online presentation with the Ticket Sales Representatives of the New Jersey Devils. They presented 5 ideas of themed game packages the Devils can utilize. The class is excited to come up with solutions for the organization.
CONGRATULATIONS Mrs. Rebecca Duda for receiving the Jessie F. George School Governor's Educator of the Year! Mrs. Duda is among the very passionate and committed educators at JFG! We are proud to celebrate her as the recipient of such a prestigious award!
Congratulations to Mrs. Julie Acosta! She was nominated and selected to be Brookside School's Governor's Educator of the Year. Mrs. Acosta is a dedicated fourth grade teacher who makes a difference each day at Brookside. #BESTatBrookside
Congratulations to Mr. Henry Chen, Physics teacher at Westwood Regional H.S.! He was nominated and selected by his colleagues to be the Governor's Educator of the Year for the high school. We are fortunate to have so many amazing and dedicated educators at the high school!
Congratulations to the High School November Student of the Month, Josie LeSane Cook (Grade 12), nominated by Ms. Casey Vallorano. Great job!
Congratulations Mrs. Kari Binder for Berkeley School's Governor's Educator of the Year Recipient! This Recognition Program recognizes hard working teachers and educational service professionals for their dedication to their students and the profession.
Kenzie Murphy, a representative from Hackensack Hospital, came to discuss the importance of wearing seatbelts, driving sober, and not being distracted while driving to all sophomore students.
We want to welcome Dr. Nicole Ferlise to WRMS! Today is her official first day as principal! The APs and Administrative Assistants welcomed her with banners around the school and a card! Please join us in welcoming Dr. Ferlise
Mr. Mark Musella, Bergen County Prosecutor, visited with high school students today to discuss a variety of public service careers, particularly in law enforcement and criminal justice. Thank you Mr. Musella!
Students in Mrs. Menken's Physics classes are using bowling balls, basketballs, & hockey sticks to answer the following questions in terms of Newton's First Law of Motion...How do you change the motion of an object? Will the motion of a more massive object be easier to change?
Our High School Media Specialist collaborated with the WW & WT Librarians to sponsor a Book Tasting event. The purpose of the event was to assist students in finding an independent reading book and to inform students of the opportunities available at the municipal libraries.
Thank you to the High School Guidance Department for hosting an informational college search and application workshop last night for Juniors and their families.
Students in grade 4 have been hard at work building roller coasters that have enough kinetic and potential energy to allow a marble to travel through it. Check out the awesome roller coasters they created! #BESTatBrookside