• Summer Mailing - Class Assignments

    Woodside School will be sending out their class assignment letters during the week of August 18! We can't wait to welcome everyone back to school!

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  • New Student Information

    Welcome to Woodside School! If you have moved into River Vale, or are planning a move to River Vale, and your child(ren) will be attending Woodside School, please follow this link for registration information. At the time of registration, please be sure to bring the original birth certificate, 4 proofs of residency (driver's license, utility bill, tax bill, bank statement, etc.), along with your child's most recent health history form/immunization record to the main office. The office is open Monday-Thursday from 8:00-3:00, and on Friday's from 8:00-1:00. We are closed on July 4 and Labor Day. It is advised to call ahead and make an appointment to be sure that someone will be available to help you.

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  • Summer Reading

    All of our Woodside School students are encouraged to read or be read to over the summer months. Please follow links for suggested reading lists, reading log sheet, and a letter from Mrs. Spar detailing the River Vale Public Library Summer Reading program.

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  • Student Supply Lists

    Click here to review the student supply lists for the 2014-15 school year.

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  • School Calendar 2014-2015

    Follow this link for the newly adopted 2014-2015 River Vale School District calendar.

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  • Back to School Night - Sept. 23, 2014

    Take a peek into the daily school life of your child by joining the Woodside Faculty and Staff at Parent Back to School Night on Tuesday, Sept. 23. More details will follow.

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  • River Vale Schools IPM Policy

    It is the District's goal is to protect every student from pesticide exposure by using an Integrated Pest Management approach to pest management. Our IPM approach focuses on making the school buildings and grounds an unfavorable habitat for pests by removing food and water sources and eliminating hiding and breeding places. The District accomplishes this through routine cleaning and maintenance. The District routinely monitors the school building and grounds to detect if any pests are present. If pests are founds, the District's uses safe methods to remove the problem.

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