Memorial for Mrs. Rubenacker and More

Memorial for Mrs. Rubenacker, Student Trips to NYC, Parent Seminars
Posted on 05/20/2022
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Congratulations to our school athletes and their coaches on a successful spring season thus far. The softball team at Eisenhower Middle School (EMS) has a record of 8-1, and the baseball team is 6-2. Both will play their final regular games next week, and the track team will run in their final meet on Tuesday. Reminder, tonight the PTO will host their annual Food Truck Festival at EMS from 4 to 8 p.m. All families are invited to attend this outdoor festival, for an evening of food, games and activities for all ages. Tickets can be purchased at the EMS PTO website


Memorial for Mrs. Rubenacker 

On Thursday, May 26 at 2:30 p.m., there will be a memorial event to celebrate the life and contributions of Mrs. Paula Rubenacker, beloved WSD counselor and social worker who passed away in November. The memorial celebration will be held outside at Washington School, 270 Woodland Avenue, where a peace pole will be erected in Mrs. Rubenacker’s name. All WSD families are invited to attend.


Student Trips to NYC

Various field trips are underway this spring, giving students the opportunity to visit historical and cultural sites that enhance their educational experience. At the middle school, two groups of students visited New York City this week. Students studying the French language visited the Statue of Liberty museum to learn about the construction of the statue in France, and enjoyed dining and shopping in the French District. The EMS Model UN Club attended the Altitude MUN Conference, where they joined middle and high school students from all around the world in New York to learn about and debate salient world topics. Congratulations to all students who participated. To view the awards carried home by our students at this conference, visit the EMS website.


Parent Seminars this Week

The Wyckoff PTO Coordinating Council will host clinical psychologist Paula Yanes-Lukin, Ph.D. to provide a parent seminar on May 25 at 9:15am at 270 Woodland Avenue. Dr. Yanes-Lukin will address the emotional and psychological well being of children and adolescents in a post-COVID  environment. This seminar is open to all K-8 parents, with no registration required. Also, all Wyckoff families are invited to attend a free evening event at Indian Hills High School on May 25 at 7:00pm with former NBA player Chris Herren, who will share his story of overcoming addiction.

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