EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION SINCE 1982
since-1982

Woodland School – Warren, NJ

Award Year 2017

Exemplary High Performing Schools

Woodland School

114 Stirling Road
Warren, NJ, 07059-5772

(908) 753-5300

Mr. Jeffrey Willliam Heaney, Principal at time of Nomination

Warren Township School District

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Student Demographics

  • Black/African American: 2%
  • White: 70%
  • Hispanic: 3%
  • Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 1%
  • Asian: 20%
  • Native American: 1%
  • Two or more races: 3%
  • ELL: 2%
 

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Woodland School: A Wonderful Place to Grow

Woodland School: A Wonderful Place to Grow

Summary

"It's Always a Great Day at Woodland" is more than Woodland School's motto; it is the way of life. Woodland School, which serves kindergarten through fifth grade, is part of the high achieving and academically rigorous Warren Township School District. The Woodland family consists of over 45 highly qualified, motivated and nurturing staff, over 260 amazing students, and supportive parents. We believe that every child has the ability to succeed and the right to a quality education. The uniqueness of each child is respected within a safe, nurturing environment that instills a lifelong love of learning. It is our mission to give children the skills to be great students and, more importantly, outstanding human beings.

Woodland School, is one of four elementary schools in Warren Township, to offer an engaging, technology infused age-appropriate academic program. Students are challenged in all academic areas and experience a robust related arts program. Our strong character education program supports students' emotional and social development.

Traditions at Woodland School focus on the development of the whole child. Families and the community collaborate with staff to ensure students receive the tools they need to be successful.

At Woodland School we believe everything that counts cannot always be measured. We are extremely proud that our daily work inspires our students to become lifelong learners and, more importantly, productive and kind members of a broader community.

Each day we live by three simple rules:
Take care of Yourself
Take care of Each Other
Take care of Our School