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WR Intermediate Announcements

  • NGSS Parent Guides Released

    The NJ Department Of Education recently released Parent Guides for the NJ Science Curriculuum known as The Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)

    For details regarding these standards please view the links below:

    Grade 4/5 Curriculum

    Grade 6 Curriculum


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  • Congratulations to Gary Lepore, our April Student of the Month!!!

    WRIS April Student of the Month


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  • Honors Placement Screening Tests for current 6th graders 

    Testing will take place in WRIS in the afternoon as follows:

    05/01 - Math

    05/02 - English

    05/03 - Social Studies

    05/04 - Science

    05/05 - Make-ups all tests

    Only students that have requested an HP course through the RealTime Student Portal will be allowed to sit for a test.  Please note that this is the only opportunity to take an Honors Screening Test.  Sitting for a screening test does not guarantee entrance into an Honors Course.


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  • WRIS Teacher of the Year

    WRIS Teacher of the Year

    Congratulations Ms. Romoff.


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  • Pi Day 03/14 Contest Winner Sets New WRIS Record

    The snow day may have delayed our Pi Day Contest but it certainly didn't phase our contestants.Pi Day Contestants

    Our Winner, Matthew Kikkert, memorized and recited a WRIS record 181 digits of Pi. Pi Day Winner


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  • Coins for A's


    Earn 3 or more A's on your report card and earn a free coin courtesy of the American Numasmatic Association.

    Click for Details.

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  • Congratulations to Darius Enshae

    After finishing 1st place in 3 separate rounds of the Elks Hoop Shoot Contest and finishing as a District Champ, Darius Enshae competed in the Regional Competition and, although, he did not advance on to the next round, he beat out 8 other contestants in the regional round finishing in 4th place.  Great job Darius.  WRIS is proud of you.


    Darius Enshae

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  • PARCC Resources

    5 Things You Need to Know about Year Two of PARCC

    Understanding Your Child's Test Results

    Sample Grade 4 Math PARCC Assessment Report

    Sample Grade 6 English Language Arts PARCC Assessment Report

    National PTA's Readiness Roadmap Toolkit


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Maps & Directions

Welcome to Wood-Ridge Intermediate!

Congratulations to our MP 3 Straight A Students 
Fourth Grade
 Grade 4 Honor Roll Students
Fifth Grade
 Grade 5 Honor Roll Students
Sixth Grade 
 Grade 6 Honor Roll Students

2017 PARCC Testing 
Dear WRIS Parents/Guardians,
During the month of April and May all New Jersey students in grades 4 - 6 will participate in the PARCC (Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Career) End of Year Assessments.  This state mandated standards-based assessment measures student learning and progress.  All testing will take place online, using Chrome Books in your child’s respective homerooms on the dates indicated below. 
Grade  English Language Arts Mathematics
 05/02, 05/03, 05/04
 05/09, 05/10, 05/11, 05/12
 05/02, 05/03, 05/04
 05/09, 05/10, 05/11, 05/12
 04/04, 04/05, 04/06
 04/26, 04/27, 04/28

To best prepare your child for the PARCC, please be certain that he or she receives a good night’s sleep and a nutritional breakfast.  Reducing anxiety for your child will also serve to maximize test performance.  You should not place undue emphasis on the test-taking experience.  Simply reassure your child that you have every confidence in his or her ability to do well. Remember that your child will take his or her cues from you.  Please make every effort to ensure your child’s attendance during the testing dates.  If you require additional information, kindly feel free to call me.


Keith Lisa, Principal

WRIS Celebrates it's Annual Band Day
Band Day  
 Thank you all for attending!

Thank you to our Student Council and all those who donated to make a successful Clothing Drive 
Student Council Clothing Drive    

Student Council Joins Forces with the WRPD to Organize a Toy Drive
Toy Drive
Thank you Student Council for helping to put a few smiles on childrens' face during the holiday season and thank you to all who donated.

Partnership for a Drug-Free America 4th Grade Art Folder Contest Participants
 Art Folder Contest Participants  

Dear Parent/Guardian,


It is with great pleasure that I write this letter welcoming you and your child to another successful school year.  While your child has been busy enjoying some well-deserved fun and relaxation with his/her friends and family, I am proud to say that Wood-Ridge Intermediate School has been intently planning for a new school year.  We are happy to report that our school will continue to offer to your child a range of programs and services to fit your child’s needs both academically as well as socially.  In addition, there are several new programs/services and changes we would like to announce.  Here are some of the highlights:


·       Both Science and Social Studies will now meet 4 periods per week each, instead of 3, an increase of total instructional time by 33.3%.

·       Physical Education class will now be offered twice per week, an increase of 100%.

·       The STEM club will now make use of a 3-D Printer thanks to a donation by the WRPEF.

·       A Student of the Month Program will be implemented beginning in October.


Please note the following upcoming events at WRIS:

·       On Friday, September 9th, the students at WRIS will participate in a memorial service to remember all those who perished in the 9-11 attacks.  Students will gather behind the school at 9:00 AM, weather permitting.  In case of inclement weather we will conduct our ceremony in the Gymnasium. Please have your child dress in red, white, and blue on that day to show patriotism and support for the troops still overseas.

 On Monday, September 19th at 7 PM, we invite you to join us for Back To School Night where you will have the opportunity to follow your child’s schedule and meet his/her teachers.


Your child’s schedule will not be mailed but is already located in RealTime.  Your login information from the previous school year has not been changed so you can continue to log into your RealTime account as you have previously done.  However, if you are unable to log into your account, please contact the main office for further assistance.


Please note as part of the initial mailing, the following forms and instructions specific to each item.


1.     Enclosed forms – to be completed and returned to your child’s homeroom teacher.

·       Contact Verification

·       Request for Supervision at Dismissal

·       Emergency / Health Services


2.     On the WRIS School website  (under “forms”), please print the following forms and then complete, sign, and return the forms to your child’s homeroom teacher:

·       Parent Permission for Publication of Student Work/Pictures

·       Free/Reduced Lunch Application (A new form is needed each year) – See district webpage.


3.     Read these forms within the Realtime Parent Portal,” and acknowledge by clicking “ok” on the “document” section…

·       Internet Acceptable Use Policy

·       Student and Parent Sign-off that Student Handbook was reviewed.



Please remember that education is a joint effort between the students, parents, and staff.  We urge you to join the PTA.  The cost is $6.00 per person and should be sent in an envelope addressed as “PTA Membership”.


I welcome you and your child and wish you a happy and healthy return.  The first day for students is Wednesday, September 7th, a one-session day beginning at 8:10 AM, with dismissal at 12:28 PM.  Students will enter the gymnasium (Second Street) where they will be greeted and grouped by their homeroom teacher.  We are looking forward to working with a new group of students and parents.  We thank you for your support and look forward to a successful year at WRIS.  Rest up and enjoy the remainder of your summer.






Keith Lisa


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