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2 John Bowker Jr. Blvd.
PO Box 477
Chatsworth, NJ 08019
609-726-1230

 

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Latest News and Announcements
Covid FAQ about Students
2020-21 School Lunch Updates
2020-21 Reopening Plan
2020-21 Budget Information
Health Related School Closure Preparedness Plan
NJ Department of Health Updates
Please click here for updates regarding COVID-19.
SOS
The Support Our Students coalition of school districts throughout the state being negatively impacted by the reduction in state aid shall advocate with our legislators, and convey our message to the public to ensure that all students continue to receive the quality education that they deserve and are entitled to in accordance with the stateís mandate for a thorough and efficient education.

Our effort shall be sustained and inclusive of all stakeholders focusing on outcomes that result in educational services and programming being maintained for our school communities while seeking fiscally responsible solutions.

Buck Bulletin
Homelessness Information
The Woodland Township School District ensures that homeless children enroll and succeed in school and those children and their families receive the educational services for which they are eligible. Grant funds are available for eligible families through McKinney-Vento Homeless Grant and can be accessed through the districtís Homeless Liaison. For more information, contact the Supervisor of Pupil Services/District Homeless Liaison, Carolyn Fischl, Ed.S., NCSP at 609-726-1230, 224.
Student Registration
Kindergarten 2020 Stay tuned - we will be hold a kindergarten round-up in early spring where we will ask you to bring in your child to complete a kindergarten screening as well as give you all necessary paperwork to register your child.

Please call to give us your child's information if you have a kindergarten age student ready to start in September 2020 so we can be sure to invite you to our round-up.

Please remember your child must be 5 years old on or before October 1, 2019.

Child Find
If you have a child whom you believe may have difficulty with developmental progress (cognitive, communication, motor, social/emotional, adaptive and/or learning); they may be eligible for special education education and related services.
NJSLA Resources
PARCC assessments will be administered in grades 3-11 this school year, in the areas of English Language Arts and Mathematics.
Burlington County School Crisis Response Team
We are a participating school district for the BCSCRT. If you would like further information about the responsibilities of this team please visit
2017-18 District & School Performance Report
2018-19 HIB Grade Report (pdf)