• 2014-2015 Fifth Grade Class Gift

    On June 17th the 2014-2015 fifth grade classes presented their class gift to Woodside School. The Woodside school logo sign will adorn the hallways of Woodside School for years to come. Thank you and good luck fifth graders!

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  • Student Supply Lists

    Click here to review the student supply lists for the 2015-16 school year.

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  • Woodside Principal Appointed

    At the March 30, 2015 Board of Education meeting, Mrs. Melissa Signore was approved to be the Woodside Principal for the 2015-2016 school-year.Mrs. Signore is expected to begin her position by July 1st. We wish her much success in this leadership position.Click above for more...

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  • Student Dismissal Form

    If at any point you have a change to your student dismissal procedures, please fill out the attached form and send it to your child's teacher.

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  • Self-Assessment for HIB Grades

    The New Jersey Department of Education has posted school and district grades as stated in the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act. These grades were determined by a district self-assessment released by the New Jersey Department of Education Commissioner.

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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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  • Student Accident Insurance

    Once again, students in the River Vale school district are afforded the opportunity to purchase school accident insurance through Bollinger Insurance Co. If you are interested in purchasing student accident insurance through Bollinger Insurance Solutions, please click here.

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  • Parent-Student Handbook

    Please refer to this parent-student handbook as it relates to Woodside School and district policies and procedures.

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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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