9/4 Pre School Orientation 9:30AM
9/4 Kindergarten Orientation 10:00AM
9/5 School Opens (Full Day)
9/11 Back To School Night 7:00 PM
9/18 Picture Day
9/18 Booster's Meeting 7:00PM
9/20 Birthday Friday
9/26 Board of Education Meeting 6:00PM
Dear Parents and Guardians:
Welcome to another school year in the Neptune City School District. Before our children arrive on September 5, our professional staff returned on September 3rd and 4th for our Opening Day Program during which we welcomed new and returning faculty and staff. We also conducted valuable professional development activities for staff during these first two days to include “Leader and Me” training. Our goal continues to be to ensure that each child is provided with an education designed to meet his or her needs. We believe that our professional staff is instrumental in providing for this success.
With the school year just beginning, I encourage you to join your Woodrow Wilson Booster Club, attend an event in the school and enjoy watching our students compete on our teams or participate in performing arts programs or other school activities. School spirit and pride are bolstered by parent/guardian support of our performing arts groups, clubs and athletic programs. The Booster Club will have a table set up at Back-to-School Night, which is scheduled for September 11, 2019 at 7:00 P.M. In addition, the “Kids Stuff” coupon book sales will be from September 16th through September 30th and a “Welcome Back Bash” at Kelly’s is scheduled for October 5, 2019 from 1:00 P.M. through 3:00 P.M. Tickets can be obtained from any Boosters’ Club Board Member. Please support their efforts on behalf of our children.
Let us all work collaboratively to see our children get off to a good start this school year, developing those study routines and positive behavior patterns that are most likely to lead to academic, social and emotional development and success. We want our students to benefit from all that our schools have to offer. Please contact your child’s teacher if you have any questions about what you can do to promote your child’s academic success and personal well-being in school.
Ralph P. Ferrie, Ed.D.
Interim Chief School Administrator