Summer Academies Registration Opens Monday, Upcoming Parent Workshop on K-2 Literacy, Student Club Partners with Local Eatery for Charity
Parent Workshop K-2
School Board Meeting
Next week is National School Counseling Week, which highlights the unique contribution of school counselors within U.S. school systems. We appreciate each of our counselors and mental health professionals here in the Wyckoff schools, and all they do each day to support our students’ needs. Congratulations to our boys’ and girls’ basketball teams on their winning seasons this year. The boys’ team finished with an impressive record of 10-1, and the girls’ team with a record of 8-2. The postseason begins next week. Kindergarten registration for the fall of 2023 is now open. Wyckoff families whose child will turn 5 by October 1 can register online at www.wyckoffps.org.
Kerry L. Postma, Ed.D., Superintendent
Summer Academies Registration Opens Monday
Registration for the 2023 Wyckoff Summer Academies begins Monday, February 6. The program will run during the month of July, and is open to WSD students entering grades K-7. To view information on the program’s offerings and to register, visit our website at www.wyckoffps.org.
Upcoming Parent Seminar on K-2 Literacy
The Wyckoff Connected Parent Series continues on February 9 with a workshop for K-2 parents titled “Fostering Literacy.” The one-hour seminar, led by WSD instructional coaches and reading specialists, will provide parents with tips, suggestions, and ideas to support their kindergarten, first, or second grade child in literacy at home. The workshop will be held at Lincoln School on Thursday, February 9 at 7:00 p.m. To register for this workshop, or to see the full listing of seminars in the Connected Parent Series, visit our website at wyckoffps.org.
Student Club Partners with Local Eatery for Charity
The MAD4Kids Club, in partnership with Jersey Mike’s in Wyckoff, has organized a Dine to Donate Night on February 15 from 3 to 9pm. Jersey Mike’s will donate 20% of that night’s proceeds to the local charity Families for Families. The Mad4Kids Club, created “by kids and for kids,” is open to EMS students in Grades 6-8 under the advisement of teachers Ms. Clooney and Ms. Harrichand. The club’s main objective is “to make the world a better place”. To read more about the student clubs at the middle school, visit the Activities page of the EMS website.
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