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Wolf Hill School

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  • Dear Wolf Hill Parents, 

    At approximately 2:28P.M. today, we evacuated the Wolf Hill School due to a gas odor emanating from the 1st/2nd floor of the school. The fire department, police department, and New Jersey Natural Gas immediately responded to the building. The source of the odor was identified and resolved quickly, allowing us to dismiss on time. 

    The students remained calm during the emergency evacuation, and the staff and emergency responders were extremely helpful. We thank you for your cooperation during dismissal and Oceanport's fire and police departments for their swift action and response.  

    Sincerely,

    Melanie Lipinski, Principal

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  • Marking period grades and report cards are available via the Parent Portal.  
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  • Updated link of Enterovirus-D68 (EV-D68)
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  • News Regarding Enterovirus D68
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  • Bus routes are in the digital backpack.
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  • Lego Club works with Oceanport Police
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 PLEASE check Announcements and the Digital Backpack every day for important information!!!.
 
 Oceanport PTO has again teamed with Modells
to run the Modell’s Winter Holiday
Teams Weeks fundraiser. see backpack
 
  
 
Reusable Electronics & Recyclable Printer Cartridges 8th grade Fundraiser see Backpack 


 

 
 
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. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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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.