March 4, 2014 - Latest Revised Calendar Posted. Click here,
Letter from Dr. Jones on February 27th regarding the school calendar. Click here.
Information regarding requirements for 180 day school year. Click here.
IMPORTANT: The Reading Wonders family night has been rescheduled for Thursday, March 6 at 6:30 pm in the elementary school cafeteria. More information and reminders will be sent home with students.
What's going on at DGWES?
- February 27 - Success Award Assemblies
- Grade 5 - 1:15 pm
- Grade 3 - 2:15 pm
- March 6 - Family Curriculum Night - 6:30 pm
- March 7 - PTO Tricky Tray - 6:00 pm
- March 10 - 14 - Scholastic Book Fair
- March 12 - PTO meeting - 7:00 pm
- March 13 - Early Dismissal for Students - Parent/Teacher Conferences
- March 14 - Early Dismissal for Students - Inservice
- March 18 - Parent Advisory Committee - 6:30 pm
- March 20 - PTO McDonald's Proceeds Night
- March 26 - 3rd Grade Class Trip
- March 28 - 5th Grade Class Trip
Want to stay connected? Here is the link for instructions on how to register for the School Wires Web page - School Wires Instructions. Please make sure that you subscribe to the Dr. Gerald H. Woehr Elementary School virtual backpack and homepage to get alerts on updated information!
Thank you for all you do to support our students!
GOALS TO KICK OFF THE
2013-2014 SCHOOL YEAR!!!!
On September 9th, the entire school gathered to kick off the 2013-2014 school year by pledging our commitment to reaching classroom and individual goals for success. Each class created a classroom goal and each student added an individual goal that he or she will work towards during this exciting and challenging school year. Class representatives read each classrooms goals and together, holding hands, we pledged to support and encourage each other throughout the school year so that each one of us could achieve our goals! It was a great way to kick off the first full week of school!
Parent Advisory Committee - Please click here for upcoming meeting dates and more information!Start/End Times-Regular Day, Early Dismissal, Delayed Opening Click here.
The Dr. Gerald H. Woehr Elementary School will continue it's commitment to finding sustainable, environmentally-friendly solutions to how we conduct daily activities as we enter our second year of participation in the New Jersey Sustainable Schools Program. That means…WE ARE STILL GOING GREEN! Therefore, we will continue utilizing the school Website and other "green" methods of communication to keep you updated on events, activities, and other important information. Just like last year, all school news, flyers and announcements will be located on the school's webpage and in the Dr. Gerald H. Woehr Elementary School’s Virtual Backpack. In addition, class communication such as homework, schedules, class announcements and class news will be regularly updated and accessible on your child’s teacher webpage.
We hope you find the website easy to navigate and the content informative. You are encouraged to spend time browsing through the webpage t olearn more about topics such as school announcements and news, the school’s calendar of events, PTO news, monthly lunch menus and the Parent Newsletter. You will be able to download school forms through the Virtual Backpack tab and view flyers and other information that would traditionally have been sent home in your child’s backpack.
Thank you for your continued support. Should you have any questions or if you would like to share any ideas with us please contact the Elementary School main office at 609-758-6800 prompt 1-2-1.
Letter From the Principal
The Dr. Gerald H. Woehr Elementary School is committed to creating a safe, nurturing, and challenging learning environment. Our highly qualified and dedicated staff embrace the belief that every child possesses unique talents and has unlimited potential to not only meet, but exceed the high level of academic standards that are expected in our learning community. We encourage all of our students to take academic risks and to explore our rigorous curriculum in order to become creative problem-solvers, collaborative leaders, responsible citizens and life-long learners. Our teachers and staff will engage your children by immersing them in challenging, hands-on, and exciting learning experiences that will promote high levels of academic success and preparation for the twenty-first century. Read more...
Policy on Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying
to view the policy.
District Facebook Page and Twitter
You can now stay updated on district information by visiting our Facebook page or subscribing to us on Twitter.