Kean University Learning Afterschool
First Showcase on February 26th @ 4:30pm
@ W.O.K. Middle School
Enterovirus-D68 Notice to Parents 10-14-14.pdf
ATTENTION ALL WOK
contains important health information from the NJ Department of Health.
Congratulations to Ms. Delores Keaton-Singleton for being selected our
2013-2014 Teacher of the Year!
KULA 21st CCLC Afterschool Program Application 2014-2015.pdf
Learning Adventures (KULA)
Enrolment is now closed.. any further applications will be on a waiting list
The students of W.O.Krumbiegel Middle School are invited to join Kean University Learning Adventures - a unique after school learning experience! Career Exploration, self-discovery and student empowerment are the cornerstones of this program for 135 students in grades 6 through 8, located at W. O. K. Middle School and administered by Kean University’s College of Education.
This program merges Kean University’s resources with Hillside District’s expertise to provide an exploration of career opportunities while challenging students to apply their academic skills to real-life and project-based learning experiences. All students participating in the project will complete the NJ Career Awareness Navigator Profile (NJCAN). Using this tool each student will develop an on-line profile of their career goals and a plan of action for achieving their goals. Parents and family members will be invited to sessions to participate in the planning and learn how they can assist their child with maximizing the high school experience to be fully ready to enter college upon graduation. Parent and students will be encouraged to “Think College Early” and workshops will be offered to help them prepare for college entry.
The after school component of the KU Learning Adventures will operate five days a week from 3:20pm - 6:20pm each day from October 1, 2013 through June 13, 2014. The summer component of the KU Learning Adventures will operate five days a week, four hours per day from July 7 through August 8, 2014.
The partners in this project, Kean University and Hillside Public Schools, have collaborated in developing this program to address the District’s Title I plan which emphasizes three areas for growth: improved mathematics achievement, increased use and integration of technology, and increasing the numbers of Hillside graduates who attend college. KULA will emphasize each of these areas in the implementation of 21st CCLC identified goals. As required by the NJ Department of Education, this program will also be offered to students attending Trinity Temple Academy.
“This project is funded in its entirety with federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act, Title IV, Part B, 21st Century Community Learning Center (21st CCLC) grant funds through a grant agreement with the New Jersey Department of Education.”
If you know of anyone who would like to carpool children or provide transportation to WOK Middle School from the No. Union Ave. area of Hillside, please contact our main office and leave the contact information with a secretary. We have parents that are looking for transportation. This area is on the Irvington border and is a long walk for our students to walk to school. We are looking for parents who live in that area and are willing to carpool or provide transportation service.
I very much appreciate those parents who have been involved in your chil'd education. I encourage those who haven't to start now. We are moving from "Good to Great" not only with words but with actions.
Please click HERE
to see "my open letter" to you.
Ear Buds Letter.pdf
Dear Parents and Guardians:
The Hillside Public schools will be administering the Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers better known as the PARCC test in March. This testing is the result of a multi-state effort to have computer-based assessments in English language arts and literacy, and math designed currently for grades 3-8. In order to best prepare our students we will be conducting practice PARCC test in December.
Please read attached letter from our principal with more information in preparation of this testing process.
Hillside Public Library
Due to repairs following serious water damage, the Hillside Public Library is currently closed. The earliest estimated re-open date is September 30. Borrowing privileges are available at the Elizabeth Library, Mountainside Library, and Roselle Library. Other Union County Libraries may also be extending borrowing privileges; please check with these libraries before visiting.
Fines will not accrue while the Library is closed. Online services on this website are not affected. Please advise friends, neighbors and colleagues of this situation, and check this page periodically for updates or call 973.923.4413. We are very sorry for the inconvenience.
Lets welcome our 2014-2015 W.O.K. PTA Executive Board Members
VICE PRESIDENT Shelby
MEMBER COORDINATOR Kisha Chiles-Bass
Letter from Superintendent April 2014.pdf
Message from our Superintendent Dr. Deo
Outstanding cafeteria balances must be resolved immediately.
Report cards will no be available if there are any outstanding fines.
Please click link below.
5th grade immunization letter.pdf
From our Nurse
Please read the form below, there have been recent changes in the immunization mandates for all students borned after January 1, 1997. Children will not be admited to grade 6 in September 2013 unless they have received these immunizations.
Parent Portal Brochure .pdf
Parent Portal in Genesis
We are pleased to announce the opening of the Parent Module for Genesis, the online student information system used by the district. The system is presently available for parents of students in grades seven and nine offering access to your child’s academic records. Specifically, this web based system will enable you to access your child’s grades, attendance, discipline record, and other important information from any computer with an internet connection.
Parent Letter - WOK school drop off.doc
Please read attached letter for important information on procedures on student drop off / pick up.
bell schedule 2013-14.pdf
Please click on the link below to see our school schedules
WOK Student Planner-Handbook 2014-2015 FINAL.pdf
We value your role in working to help your child achieve high academic standards. The following is an outline of some of the ways you and school staff can build and maintain a partnership to share the responsibility for supporting your child’s learning.
Box Tops Coupons
Welcome! This year WOK Middle School will be collecting Box Top coupons to raise money for our school. Did you know that some local schools raise thousands of dollars for their schools each year, just from clipping and submitting Box Tops?
Welcome to an exciting year at Walter O. Krumbiegel Middle School! This year, our school will be participating in the Labels for Education® program. My name is Marisol Khristo and I am the Labels for Education coordinator for our school. Through the program we can collect UPCs and beverage/sauce caps from participating products to earn points that can be redeemed for FREE educational merchandise!
Our goal this year is to collect 1000 points that we can redeem for . It’s easy to help – simply save UPCs and beverage/sauce caps from participating products and drop them off at Office.
If your child is between three and twenty-one years of age,
and exhibits physical, sensory, emotional, cognitive, social,
or communication problems, please contact:
Hillside Board of Education – Department of Special Services
Children who exhibit one or more of the problems indicated
above, may be eligible for interventions in the general
education program, or for an evaluation to determine
eligibility for special education and related services.
To learn more about the programs and assistance available
please call (908) 352-7664 X 8448
contact the Special Services office for more information about free screening
for more information about free screening.
Our School's Mission Statement
The Mission of Walter O. Krumbiegel Middle School is to provide a safe, positive and supportive learning environment in which all students can successfully develop, socially and academically, into lifelong learners. We strive to motivate all students through various innovative instructional methods, techniques and strategies. Utilizing students skills and talents, we will prepare them to meet the demand of an ever changing global society.
Aim for Excellence! "We're Moving from Good to Great"!