This notice is given in compliance with the Open Public Meetings Act, PL 1975, Chapter 231. This meeting is open to the public, however, portions of the meeting may be closed to the public. Any business which may properly come before the Board will be discussed. Formal action will be taken when appropriate
Linda M. Considine
Interim Business Administrator/Board Secretary
It has come to our attention that there is a rumor circulating around Neptune City about the closing
of Woodrow Wilson Elementary School. Please rest assured that there is absolutely NO validity to
We have worked hard to develop an educational program that supports our diverse community.
Neptune City is experiencing the same trends as the majority of school districts in New Jersey.
decreasing enrollment, cuts in State Aid and school funding, and increased State mandates. Yet,
we continue to grow and are proud of all our programs and support we offer our students and
families in Neptune City.
As we continue to address funding challenges and issues in school, Neptune City School
Administration and Board of Education continually meet with legislators to advocate for Woodrow
Wilson Elementary School.
Great things are happening in Woodrow Wilson Elementary School:
Recipient of the OceanFirst Model Classroom Grant to create a 21st Century Learning Lab
Recipient of PreSchool Education Expansion Aid to address the needs of preschool education
Sustainable NJ School
Recipient of the Leader.Org Grant to build our Leader in Me Program
Host of the Neptune City Inaugural Math League Competition
Technology infused instruction with a one to one Chromebook initiative in grades 4-8
Full time Security Officer, Officer Mike. NCPD
And so much more!
To borrow the words of William Shakespeare
“Though we be but little, we are fierce"
Anthony Susino Debra Mercora
President Chief School Administrator
Neptune City Board of Education Neptune City Board of Education