Sicomac students singing

Holiday Concerts a Big Hit, NJ Start Strong Reports Mailed Today, Baseball Player K.C. Hunt Visits Lincoln School


December 23

Minimum Day

December 26 - January 2

Schools Closed

January 3

School Board Meeting


Today marks the end of our 2022 school days. A very Happy Hanukkah, Merry Christmas and happy holidays to our entire school community. Our student athletes were out on the court this week for the basketball season opener. Well done to all players and cheerleaders, and congratulations to the girls’ team on their opening win. Games will resume in January.  I wish all of our WSD students and staff a joyful, well-deserved holiday break.



Kerry L. Postma, Ed.D., Superintendent



Elementary Holiday Performances a Big Hit

The four WSD elementary schools held their holiday music performances this month to packed audiences and big applause. Music teachers Ms. Tanis, Mr. Potosnak, Mr. Cosman, and Ms. Panzitta worked diligently with students before and during school to prepare them for these shows, and the students performed brilliantly.  Well done, WSD singers! Each of the elementary band concerts will take place in January, along with middle school choral, band, and orchestra concerts. See your school's website for dates and times.


NJ Start Strong Reports Mailed Today

Today the NJ Start Strong reports from the Fall 2022 administration are being mailed home to parents and guardians in Grades 4-8. The Start Strong assessments were created by the state to help educators and families better understand at the beginning of the school year what educational supports students may need. If you have any questions after reviewing this report, please feel free to reach out to your child’s teacher or principal. To view the reports electronically, log into the NJ Parent Portal at using the claim code on the printed report. 


Baseball Player K.C. Hunt Visits Lincoln School

Lincoln School alum K.C. Hunt came back to visit and speak to the fifth grade this week, as part of the school’s broadcasting series, The Lion's Den.  Four students sat on stage with Hunt and took turns asking him questions about his time at Lincoln School and the rise of his baseball career, while the whole fifth grade served as the live studio audience. During the interview, Hunt recounted various Lincoln School memories including the Scooter Bowl and encouraged students to persevere and follow their dreams.  


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