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  • First Wolf Hill student masters the Mastery Club! 
    Griffin Barfield, a 4th grader in Mrs. Mastriana's class, began to challenge himself with the Mastery Club quizzes when he was only a First Grader! Since then, Griffin became the first Wolf Hill student to complete all 86 challenges! His last feat was reciting the alphabet in sign language on January 27, 2014. 
    Congratulations, Griffin! 
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  • Congressman Frank Pallone visits Maple Place
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Washington DC Trip Parent Meeting Important to Attend This Thursday April 10th 7pm @MP DC Information in the Backpack Summer Enrichment programs are posted, applications are in the Backpack. PLEASE check the Digital Backpack every day for important information!!!.

Wolf Hill Morning Drop-Off Reminders:

Please do not get out of your car during drop-off.
Students need to be dropped off on the passenger side of the car for safety.
Do not pass cars in the drop-off lane. Patience is appreciated.  
Drop-off time begins at 8:25 A.M.
After the buses leave, drop-off moves to the horseshoe circle to avoid traffic on Port-au-Peck Avenue and to avoid passing traffic on Wolf Hill Avenue. 
 Press Release

Please CLICK HERE for the Superintendent's message regarding the Common Core State Standards.

Attention Calendar Changes 

As a result of this year's weather-related school cancellations, some calendar adjustments needed to be made. 


Monday April 21st has been changed to a full instructional day.

Tuesday June 17th is a full instructional day (previously listed as a half day)

Wednesday June 18th is a full instructional day (previously listed as a half day)

Thursday June 19th is now a half-day (early dismissal) for students

Friday June 20th is now a half-day (early dismissal) for students



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  Mission Statement

At Wolf Hill School, we take pride in the educational foundation that we provide for our students. This foundation encompasses rigorous academic goals and positive social-emotional development opportunities. Our curriculum is aligned to the Common Core Standards, and our focus is on mastery of essential skills and knowledge. Roland S. Barth wrote, “In addition to a brain, we have a heart, and we want to put it to use in promoting young people’s learning.” This is truly how we feel as a supportive, professional learning community that educates the whole child. We work together as a T.E.A.M. to put each child’s individual needs first.