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Middle School/High School Parent Conferences

  • MS/HS Parent conferences will be held Tues. Nov. 10 from 6pm-8pm, as well as, Wed. and Thurs. Nov. 11 & 12 from 1pm-3pm.
    Please call the MS/HS at 609-522-7922 to schedule an in-person appointment or schedule a phone call with your teacher. Report cards will be handed out at parent conferences 

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WAVE 21 Virtual Summer Program 2020

WBOE Meeting Information

  • Wildwood Board of Education Meeting

    Wednesday, October 21, 2020

    5:30 PM Work Session

    6:00 PM Regular Meeting

    WHS Auditorium. Location subject to change as deemed necessary.

    The meeting will be conducted virtually via Google Meets when noted.

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    Link to Google Meets: meet.google.com
    Upon entering the meeting you will be prompted that you will need to be given permission to enter.  The moderator will do so approximately 5 minutes before the start of the meeting.

    If you provided public comment at the virtual board meeting and the board requested to able to follow-up, please click on the email below to provide your contact information.  
    Jason Fuscellaro
    Business Administrator/Board Secretary

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Internet Essentials

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Glenwood Avenue Newsletters

WPS Restart Information

Restart Letter from Mr. Kummings - August 13,2020

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Restart Letter from Mr. Kummings in Spanish, August 13,2020

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WPS - Equity & Advocacy

  • June 4, 2020

     WPS Statement on Equity and Equality

    Wildwood Public Schools have been and will always be committed to issues of equity and equality. This commitment is made even more relevant as the nation has united in protest over the past few days, and will fuel and inspire our efforts as we continue in pursuit of this goal until it is met.  

    Our work toward this goal is well documented.  It can be found in our testimony regarding the pipeline issues that negatively impact the preparation of minority teaching candidates, the negative impacts of standardized assessments and high school graduation, and the negative effects of funding inequities on our students.  

    We have never just talked the talk, but have returned to the district to develop programs that address the issues that we travel to Trenton to call into question.  Some evidence of this work includes the following:   

    • We have partnered with Stockton University to develop a teacher preparation program as a response to the minority pipeline issue.  
    • We worked with our Chief of Police to build a CTE Law Enforcement program in response to the small pool of minority candidates applying to our local police department. 
    • We petitioned the NJDOE to be admitted into the Interdistrict Public School Choice Program as a response to how the program impacts our funding and our demographics, as our district is the only high school district in the county that does not have choice seats.
    • We have been members of the New Jersey Network of Superintendents, an organization committed to equity in schools.  Participation guided us to completely overhaul how students gain access to our Advance Placement and Honors courses, which has resulted in more minority students sitting for this higher level coursework.
    • Our board has approved a resolution to become a party to the most recent desegregation lawsuit against the state of New Jersey.  Only two districts in the state are included as plaintiffs and Wildwood is one of them.

     Our actions and commitment to the work speak for themselves.  We feel that all of our efforts and an explanation of what we are advocating for needs to be a living resource on our website, as we need a forum to highlight our efforts, and it can now be found on the designated page known as “Equity and Advocacy”.  As stated earlier, we will continue the pursuit of equity and equality for our students until the goal is met as our students deserve nothing less.



    J. Kenyon Kummings


COVID-19 Exposure Notification

  • Good Afternoon,
    The Cape May County Department of Education has requested that we notify them of any staff or students who have been found to have a presumptive exposure (someone who has been tested and the person has been told they were positive but were waiting on CDC Confirmation) and anyone who has been determined to have a confirmed case of the COVID-19 virus.  
    We will be providing the following information (NO NAMES) to the County once we receive this information from staff/students:
    • School name
    • District Name
    • Confirmed Case (Y/N)
    • Presumptive exposure (a test has been administered and the person has been told they were positive but waiting on the CDC confirmation)
    • Was it a Staff or Student? (NO NAMES!)
    Please email one of our school nurses if the above applies to you or one of your students during our school closure.  This information is confidential and numbers 's of cases will be shared per district- no names. 
    See below for emails and phone numbers of School Nurses:
    Lindsay Obermeier: lobermeier@wwschools.org 
    609-522-1630 ext. 3446
    Nicole Steelman: nsteelman@wwschools.org
    609-522-7922 ext. 2431
    Stay well...and thank you!


    J. Kenyon Kummings
    Wildwood Public Schools
    (609) 522-4157
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  • Our Mission

    The mission of the Wildwood School District is to meet the varied needs of our culturally and economically diverse student population so that all students are provided with the opportunity to maximize their education and career potential through the acquisition of the NJ Core Curriculum Content Standards and involvement in co-curricular activities, giving them the necessary skills to prepare for their roles as productive global citizens in the 21st century. The Wildwood School District is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in education and employment. The district does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, employment policies, and other district-administered programs and activities.