2:45 PM - 3:30 PM Faculty Meeting- WHS Cafeteria
7:00 PM NHS Inductions- WHS Auditorium
8:00 AM Activity Period (A-L)
The year-long celebration theme will continue during the 2014-2015 school year and will conclude with a special event. Woodstown High School is planning a 100th Year Celebration Renaissance Benefit Dinner and Silent Auction, which will take place on Saturday, May 30, 2015, at Catholic Community of Holy Spirit (formerly St. Joe’s Parish Center). All current and past staff members as well as WHS alumni and guests are invited to attend this worthwhile event. Join us for a night of fun & fellowship with former Woodstown High School staff and students in celebration of our building’s 100th anniversary! There will be music, dancing, and a silent auction that will celebrate all things Woodstown. Please log on to our WHS 100 Year Facebook Page for current and up to date information regarding our celebration.
Stay informed on all of the festivities throughout the year!
For more information about the dinner and when to purchase tickets, please visit our 100 Year Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/woodstown100
· 100 Year Commemorative T-Shirt
· 100 Year Photo/Video
· Class of 1976-2015 Time Capsule
· Special Ornament
· Athlete Alumni Day
· Special Music – Mr. Gunther & Mr. Ludlam
· Dinner Dance at St. Joe’s Parish Center
The Project Graduation Club is selling “Class of” apparel and merchandise including blankets, drawstring bags, stadium seats, hoodies, t-shirts, and jerseys. Orders are due by December 1st to Meghan Taylor in room 212 of the high school. Orders will be received by Christmas and make awesome holiday gifts. The items are available with the years 2015, 16, 17, and 18. Please see the merchandise flyer and order form with more information on our website. The proceeds from this fundraiser support the WHS Seniors.
With the recent reports of Enterovirus-D68 (EV-D68) in our State, we want you to know that we understand your concerns and that you have many questions surrounding it. To help address some of these questions, the New Jersey Department of Health has developed a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) document regarding EV-D68. These FAQs are available at http://nj.gov/health/cd/documents/faq/ev_faq.pdf and are continuously updated, so please check back often. Also, as part of our routine cleaning procedures, each evening hospital grade disinfectants are used to clean contact surfaces throughout our buildings. In addition our staff implements and reinforces recommended hygiene practices with our students as recommended by the New Jersey Department of Health. This includes practicing frequent hand washing in lieu of hand sanitizers as recommended for this particular virus. On your part we suggest you reinforce these practices with your children at home. We will continue to monitor the instances of the virus throughout the State and our district and be in contact with additional information if necessary. In the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns regarding EV-D68 and your child, please contact Dr. Hoopes at email@example.com or call the main office at (856) 769-0144 ext 55255.