Announcements

  • The BOE appointed the Assistant Superintendent of Business, District Director of Art and Music, and P-12 Chairperson of Social Studies!

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  • Click Here for the revised elementary lunch menu for the month of May!

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  • VOTE RESULTS:

    Proposition I: School Budget

    Yes: 1264       No: 455

    Proposition II: Facility Upgrades

    Yes: 1317       No: 394

    Proposition III: Library Budget

    Yes: 1359     No: 351

    Board of Education:

    Mitchell Greebel: 1294

    Daniella Simon: 1271

    Library Trustee:

    Frank Zaret: 1212

    THANK YOU TO THE COMMUNITY FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

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  • STUDENT VOTE RESULTS

    ELEMENTARY:

    MARINO'S ITALIAN ICE

    WMS:

    DODGEBALL

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  • Common Core Regents Weighting Letter and Frequently Asked Questions

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  • sdf  Please click here for the 2016 Summer Playschool Brochure!

    Registration beings Monday, April 11th. 

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  • APPROVED 2016-2017 CALENDAR

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  • art music

    Art and Music Field Trip Scholarship Fund

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  • Click here for the Winter 2016 Recreation Brochure! 

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  • int Internet Safety Guide for Parents

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Welcome

 
Welcome to a school district with eyes on the future of our children, families, and community!  
 
Our Shared Vision, Mission, and Student Outcomes are focused on nurturing the individual learner through the 4 A’s of Academics, the Arts, Athletics, and Activities and the 4 C’s of 21st century learning – Critical Thinking, Creativity, Collaboration/Communication, and Citizenship.  From the earliest learners at Franklin Early Childhood Center to the graduates of George W. Hewlett High School, our commitment to our students is to educate the WHOLE child each and every day! 
 
In a partnership with parents and community, Hewlett-Woodmere Public Schools is a hub of shared learning and community enterprise. We teach all of our students to think creatively, to ask the tough questions, to delve deeply into research utilizing the latest technology, to communicate in a variety of media, and to collaborate with peers and adults. We go beyond mandated curriculum to develop each student’s individual academic, artistic, and athletic potential. Students are further enriched through a variety of activities and experiences.  They are given ample opportunities to practice being productive and contributing citizens of their schools, community, and the world.  
 
We invite you to get to know HWPS. We are Educating the Future...for the Future! 
 
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