Woodland School, located next to Wachung Hills Regional High School, provides elementary grade instruction for…More students in kindergarten through the fifth-grade living in Warren Township's northeast neighborhoods.
The school offers a program focused on teaching students to respect and value each other, in addition to the school's academic instruction. The program focuses on six "Pillars of Character" – trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship – which are taught through a series of daily student announcements, read by the students.
The Warren Township Board of Education and School District administers the district's five schools, serving about…More 2,300 students in kindergarten through the eighth grade.
The schools include the Angelo L. Tomaso School, Central School, Mt. Horeb School, Woodland School and Warren Middle School.
The district offers students a comprehensive curriculum, expanded with Spanish language classes for students in the K-5 schools, Spanish and French at the middle school, and advanced alegbra for eighth-grade students.
The district also offers special programs for students requiring additional basic skills instruction, as well as for high achieving students.
The nine-member board meets at 7pm on the second Monday of each month at the board offices at 213 Mt. Horeb Road, and at 7pm on the fourth Monday of most months during the school year at one of the schools.
The current members of the board are Gregory Przybylski (president), Mildred Spiller (vice president), Tia Allocco, Sue Berman, John De Bellis, Donald Huber, Roberta Monahan and Jim Sena.