• Woodrow Wilson

    Community School

    101 West 56th Street
    Bayonne, New Jersey 07002
    201-858-5996  Fax 201-339-8513



    Student Council Elections 2018-2019

    Creating a Spirit of Excellence in Academics to 
    Prepare All Students for College/Career and Life
    Mrs. Maureen Hurley-Brown - Principal
    Mrs. Lisa Wasielewski - Assistant Principal 

      Mrs. Joanne Seitz - Secretary

    Mrs. Daniela Costanza- Guidance & Anti-Bullying Specialist
    201-436-5165  dcostanza@bboed.org
    Mrs. Kathleen Geisler - Nurse
    201-858-7831  kgeisler@bboed.org


    Mission Statement
          Woodrow Wilson is committed to offering a high level, well rounded education to an ethnically diverse population.  The school serves a student population from pre-school through grade eight.  The school addresses the education goals of Special Education Students, and also provides a special program for Autistic children.  Gifted and talented students on all grade levels have been identified, and their needs and talents are met through a wide range of activities and programs.  Our school is committed to providing an outstanding program of instruction, which is child oriented, and is geared to meet the myriad needs of the entire student population.

         It is a pleasure to welcome you to Woodrow Wilson School. I know that you and your child will begin your educational journey here.  It is a journey that we will all take together and we are anxious to be your partners and nurture you through this experience.

         Woodrow Wilson School prides itself as being a "community of learners".  Students and staff learn that education never ends.  Learning is fun! Our aim is to develop the initial educational skills your child requires for future success.  We also hope to create in your child an openness to inquiry, an awareness of various pathways to information and a sense of himself  as part of a cooperative community.



    Congratulations to: 

    Mrs. Dawn Arrigo - 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year!!
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     Student Council Poll


    The New Jersey Student Learning Assessment for Science will be adminisstered to students in grades 5 and 8 on May 22-23.  An informational letter for parents has been added to the Digital Backpack for May.

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