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School will be closed on
Monday and Tuesday, February 15th & 16th
in observance of Presidents' Day

  WANAQUE DR. SEUSS SPIRIT DAYS 
Dr. Seuss Day is on Friday, February 19th.  We want to do something special each day leading up to it. The following schedule will help us celebrate reading in honor of Dr. Seuss!

  THURSDAY, FEB 11—Fox in Socks Day 
Everyone should wear crazy socks.

  FRIDAY, FEB 12—Grinchy Green Day 
Everyone should wear something green
to honor the much-loved Dr. Seuss villain.

  WEDNESDAY, FEB 17—Wacky Wednesday 
Everyone should wear something wacky (but appropriate for school, of course).

School dress code must be followed.  No PJ’s, robes or slippers allowed.  Students wearing these will be
sent home). (Some possibilities are shirts worn inside out, a holiday shirt, mismatched shoes or socks, etc.)

  THURSDAY, FEB 18—Oh, the Places You'll Go Day 
Everyone should wear something representing a place they have visited
or that they hope to visit someday;
or wear a shirt with something appropriate for others to read duing the day.

  FRIDAY, FEB 19—Dr. Seuss Day 
Parents are invited to the assembly at 2:00–2:30PM for K–4th Grade students

 

  Cat in the Hat hats are still available for purchase from the WS Library/Mrs. Horst for $5.00 ea. 
  The hats will also be available for purchase at the Seuss breakfast on Friday.  


PreK–5th Grade Bingo Night
Sponsored by the WSPTA

Friday, February 19th
7:00–8:30PM
Wanaque School Gym

There will be an Early Dismissal on Monday, February 22nd

The next BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING

will be held on Tuesday, February 23rd at 7:00PM at Haskell School

Click here to view the upcoming calendar

The PTA 6th–8th Grade Talent Show is scheduled for
Thursday, February 25th at 7:00PM in the Wanaque Gym.

The Wanaque and Haskell Choruses will merge for the show and talented students from both schools are invited to perform in solo or small group acts.

DRESS CODE:

BOYS:  White button down shirt (long or short sleeves), dark pants (no jeans, no sweat pants), shoes (no sneakers if possible)

GIRLS:  White blouse, black skirt or dress pants, dark shoes (please watch the neckline of the blouse and the length of the skirt)

(We will have a performandce for the students body on Wednesday, the 24th.  Students should wear their white and black).

We are at the beginning stages of preparing for our biggest fundraiser of the year, which will be held on April 2, 2016! There are many ways we need your help. If you or a family member received any gifts that you will not use for Christmas, why not donate them to the Tricky Tray?  As long as it is new, not used and in its original package, we'll be happy to accept them.  Please mark your donation for the Tricky Tray with your family's name and estimated value.

We are asking families to donate.  Why not split the cost with another family?  Please bring items to the school office, remember to include your name and estimated value (not what you paid for it, the original cost of the item) — this is so we may give you credit, and categorize the basket appropriately.

Don't forget to ask other family members if they can donate items/services.  Grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc., all love to help the cause.  Maybe you deal with certain businesses/companies — ask them if they would like to donate, we can provie a copy of our solicitation letter for their tax purposes. 

In order for this fundraiser to be a success, we need full participation from our school families.  Please contact us if you have any questions or if you can help in any way (donation, soliciting, set-up, etc.)

Thank you,
Patty Sirois (973) 902-1894 pattysirois@hotmail.com
Leane Tully (973) 723-1115 leanetully@gmail.com
Tricky Tray Co-Chairs

Download Donation Letter PDF Download Class Basket ListTricky Tray Flyer

The Wanaque Borough Library Bookmark Contest is open to students in the Haskell and Wanaque School systems in grades 4-8.  One entry per student.  The entry must be completed on this entry blank using the theme "Ready, Set, Read." 

Before you draw, think about where you like to read.  Do you find a comfortable chair? Do you sit under your favorite tree? Do you read to your cat or dog? Do you read fast to get to the end? Are more like the turtle who takes it slow and easy? Do you like to stir the pot, finding the good sections? What makes you ready to read?

Entries will be distributed by the teachers, but extra forms are also available at the library.
The winning bookmark will be the official bookmark of Wanaque Public Library for 2016 and the artist will win a $50 gift card.  A second prize os offered to the runner-up.

Designs must be returned to the Wanaque Public Library by Friday, March 11, 2016.

Download the Entry Slip

 

   School will be closed for Good Friday  
   Friday, March 25th  


Kindergarten Registration for the 2016-2017 school year starting
September 2016 has begun for children
who will be age 5 on or before October 1, 2016
Find out more info at wanaqueps.org