Woodrow Wilson Middle School Middle

Principal
Ms Stefanie Ressler

1800 Cottman Ave.
Philadelphia PA 19111
Phone: 215-728-5050

We are C4 Champions. We are cooperative. We are compassionate. We are courteous. We are creative. We are champions!

Woodrow Wilson Middle School

WELCOME to Wilson Wildcats!!!!

We are collecting Box Tops for Education !! 

Please see Miss Romano in Room 225.

 

Important Dates 

Februray 15       School Closed

February 16       Half day 12:15pm dismissal

February 23       REPORT CARDS  12:15pm dismissal

February 24    REPORT CARDS  12:15 PM dismissal

February 25       REPORT CARDS  12:15PM dismissal

February 26    STAFF ONLY  School closed 

March 22-25      SPRING BREAK    

JUNE 20    8TH GRADE GRADUATION  1-3PM NEHS 

 

 

 

 
 
 
SUGGESTED SUPPLY LIST !!!!
  • 1 large book bag
  • 6 two-pocket folders
  • 1 spiral notebook with graph paper (8th grade)
  • 1 graphing calculator (optional)
  • 1 5-subject notebook
  • 12 pencils
  • 6 pens (black or blue ink)
  • 8 notebooks (spiral or composition)
  • 1 12-inch ruler
  • 1 combination lock
  • 2 highlighters
  • 1 box of tissues
  • 1 box of colored pencils
  • 1 ream of copy printer
  • 1 box of Clorox wipes
  • 1 bottle of hand sanitizer
  • 1 mini stapler
  • 2 efficient eraser

Message from the Principal

 

 

 

 

 

SMESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL  

Welcome Students and Parents,


WILSON is a special place! We are fortunate to have various backgrounds of race, gender and heritage attending our school. Wilson maintains a long history of academic success for its children due to a dedicated staff, our community stakeholders and a close relationship with families of the children we serve.

As educators and parents our challenge is to help all students view school as an unlimited opportunity for achievement. Together, we can enable our children to reach for and attain success.

As a parent of a daughter and son, I understand the stress of being a
parent. My commitment to you as a parent is to work as partners in educating your child. With your help, we will create new and varied experiences for our students. As parents, you are your child's first and most important teacher. We are dedicated to student success and hope that you will take every opportunity to become part of your child's education and an active member of our Wilson family.

Students, plan now to make a difference in our school. Study to the best of your ability and prepare yourselves wisely for your future. Think about your career goals and remain focused on them, as you further understand the importance of your education. A student’s role in education is to be active participant, rather than a passive participant.It is also very important to read ahead of your teacher and participate in class activities.

I am committed to a shared and collegial leadership in our school, where all grow professionally and learn to view themselves as a members of a team working toward the same goal: a “GREAT” school.

Please take the opportunity to read the information in the student handbook carefully with your child. It is important that
your child has a clear understanding of what our expectations for him/her are while attending Wilson.

My door is always open to all and I hope that you stop by even for a quick hello. Should you have any questions or concerns you can reach me any time at sressler@philasd.org or by phone at 215.728.5015

Stefanie Ressler, Principal

Important Dates

Section 601 CAN make a difference !!


Throughout the month of December, students at Woodrow Wilson Middle School participated in a school wide canned food drive. The students donated over 350 pounds of non-perishable food. A special shout-out to the sixth grade International Baccalaureate coordinated by Miss Anita Romano. The top section was 601 with the help of their City Year Corp member, Miss Bailey Fuentes,  collected the most canned goods - over 100 cans. The food collected was donated to Philabundance, Philadelphia’s largest hunger relief organization. Philabundance provides direct service programs and a network of 400 member agencies, as well as contributes to a broad spectrum of social services through food cupboards, emergency kitchens, shelters, daycare and senior centers and beyond.
Thank you to all you participated in this important community service event.

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