The Buck Bulletin

June - July 2022

Chatsworth Elementary School

The Woodland Township School District values the uniqueness of individual students and provides a high quality education in our highly supportive community.

Important Dates

June 16 - Early Dismissal for students

June 16 - 8th Grade Graduation

June 17 - Early Dismissal for students

June 17 - Last day of School

August 10 - Regular BOE Meeting

August 30 - *Incoming Kindergarten Orientation (more information to come)*

September 6 - First day of School for Students (early dismissal)

Summer Office Hours

Monday - Thursday 7:30am - 3:30pm

Student of the Month

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3rd Grade

3rd grade has such a great time at the Woodland Township Municipal Building. Mrs. Brown was a wealth of knowledge and elaborated on topics we learned about in Social Studies class. She taught us all about the different local government offices and their responsibilities. We also learned about the local court system, how meetings are held, and even some Chatsworth history! The children were all smiles, very respectful, and thankful to have this opportunity!

Woodland Township Board of Education

William Dirkin, President

Linda Morris, Vice President

Edward Vincent

Melissa Stanwood

Kristin Marziano


January 19, 2022

February 9, 2022

March 9, 2022

April 27, 2022 - Public Budget Hearing

May 11, 2022

June 8, 2022

August 10, 2022

September 14, 2022

October 12, 2022

November 9,2022

December 14, 2022

January 4, 2023 (Reorganization Meeting)

All regular meetings will be held at Chatsworth Elementary School located at 2 John Bowker Jr. Blvd., Chatsworth, New Jersey, commencing at 6:30 p.m.

If meeting is held virtually the meeting link will be made available on the school website through Board Docs the day of the meeting.

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2022-23 Kindergarten

Please call to give us your child's information if you have a kindergarten age student ready to start in September 2022 so we can be sure to invite you to our round-up.

If you have any neighbors or friends in the community please let them know to give us a call at their earliest convenience!

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2022-23 District Calendar

Youth Sports Opportunities

STRA Fall Registration


Fall Sports registration is now open! Register by June 15th and received $5.00 off your registration fee. See details below:

2022 Fall Lacrosse Clinic

STRA's lacrosse program is fun based skills clinic, similar to Speed Lax. Lacrosse encompasses skills used in soccer, hockey, basketball and tennis. This program will help achieve multi-sport athleticism.

This is not a full field competitive program. Boys and girls in grades K-12 are invited to participate. We will meet once weekly and engage in light teaching followed by games, games and more games. Participants will learn the game by playing. There will be small teams which will play quick games on 3 small fields (beginner, intermediate & advanced). Co-ed teams will be determined week to week and team changes throughout the night are expected.

Participants will be provided with a jersey, but uniforms are not required. The following equipment is necessary for each player and must be purchased individually:

  • Mouthpiece
  • Protective eyewear/goggles
  • Athletic cup for males
  • Lacrosse stick
  • Optional: cleats

All Players
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2022 Field Hockey

STRA Field Hockey is offered to Southampton players in grades 3-8 as of September. Practices begin in mid August and the season runs through mid November.

The full practice & game schedule will be created after team selection at the end of July.

Juniors (3rd - 5th Grade): Practice is held 3 times a week, 6-7:30pm. Games are Saturday mornings from September to the first week in November.

Seniors (6th - 8th Grade): Practice is held after the school practices. Days will vary due to school game schedule. We urge any 6, 7, & 8th grader interested in playing for STRA to participate on the school team. Games are held on Sunday afternoons from September to the first week in November.

We do play other townships and are required to do some traveling. The other townships in our league are Indian Mills, Marlton, Pemberton, Burlington & Florence.

All players are required to have: shin guards, colored mouth guards, cleats, black shorts, goggles, and a stick.

If your township has a recreational program for field hockey and can provide a team for your child’s age group, then you can NOT sign up at Southampton. The program’s Commissioner & STRA board will make the ultimate decision about out of town players. Please send an email to admin to be considered.

Registration is from 6/1/2022 to 8/7/2022

Early Bird Special - Save $5.00 off registration from 6/1/2022 to 6/15/2022

Registration closes on 8/7/22. Any registrations received after this date will incur a $50 late fee and players will be placed on a Waiting List. They will be placed on teams space permitting at the season start. There are no guarantees for registrations received after 8/7/22.

Juniors (3rd - 5th Grade)

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Seniors (6th - 8th Grade)
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2022 Fall Soccer

The STRA soccer program is open to children ages 4-13 in grades PK-8. Teams are divided by age.

The U6 (4 & 5 years old) and U8 (6 & 7 years old) teams:

  • This division is open to players from Southampton.
  • The season goes from September through October.
  • Teams will have one (or two) practices during the week and one game on Saturday.
  • All games and practices are held at the Red Lion Sports Complex (459 Red Lion Rd., Southampton, NJ 08088).
  • All players will need a water bottle, cleats and shin guards.
  • Uniforms, socks and a soccer ball will be provided for each player.

The U10 (8 & 9 years old), U12 (10 & 11 years old) and U14 (13 & 14 years old) Pinelands League teams:

  • This division is open to players from Southampton, Tabernacle, and Shamong.
  • The season goes from September through the middle of November.
  • Teams will have two (2) practices per week and one game per week. Game schedule will be determined after registration closes.
  • Teams will practice at the Red Lion Sports Complex and play games in the surrounding towns.
  • The practice and game schedule will be determined once registration closes.
  • All players will need a water bottle, cleats, shin guards, and a ball for each practice.
  • Uniforms and socks will be provided for each player.

Registration is from 6/1//2022 to 8/7/2022

Early Bird Special - Save $5.00 off registration from 6/1/2022 to 6/15/2022

Registration closes on 8/7/22. Any registrations received after this date will incur a $50 late fee and players will be placed on a Waiting List. They will be placed on teams space permitting at the season start.
There are no guarantees for registrations received after 8/7/22.

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U10 Girls
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U10 Boys
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U12 Boys
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U12 Girls
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U14 Girls
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U14 Boys
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If you have any questions or need more info,
please email us at

Looking forward to a great season!

Seneca Girls Hoops Summer Basketball Camp

TAA Youth Sports

Use this site to check periodically for youth sports sign-ups:

TAA Website

Seneca Youth Cheerleeding

Registration Open NOW!! (5/27-6/30)

Welcoming those starting grades K through 8th in Fall 2022


Register by visiting


$125 per Cheerleader for football cheerleading

$350 per Cheerleader for football and competition* cheerleading

*Competition Cheer- must be entering 2nd grade and have 1 year of prior cheer experience- registration also includes mandatory summer camp 8/5-8/12

Medford 2022 Soccer Camp

1st & 8th Grade :)

The first graders and eighth graders spent some time together enjoying books. The eighth graders were great listeners and offered help and compliments to the first graders. Then the first graders got a chance to listen to the eighth graders read. We hope to do this again before the end of the school year!

Mrs. Goodlow's class engaged in high interest book Holes :)

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Running Club

Top three runners have a run the distance of a marathon!
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2022 Track Team

Our track team had a great year this season! It was awesome to see the growth of the students throughout the season.

Employment Opportunities

Anticipated Employment Opportunities for the 2022-23 school year:

  • Art/Basic Skills Teacher (1 day per week art/4 days per week BSI)

  • Special Education Teacher/Advanced Math Teacher

  • World Languages Teacher (1 day per week)

  • Paraprofessional (approx. 25 hours per week)

TO BEGIN: August 31,2022 - June 30, 2023


  • Appropriate NJ Teacher certification if necessary

  • Proof of Highly Qualified Teacher Requirements;

  • Required criminal history background check and proof of

  • U.S. citizenship or legal resident alien status;

  • Such alternatives to the above as the Board may deem acceptable;

SALARY: As per negotiated agreement

Please send letter of interest, resume and copies of certification to:

Mrs. Misty Weiss

2 John Bowker Jr. Blvd.

Chatsworth, NJ 08019

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Accepting Members & Donations

Purpose of the Woodland Education Foundation

The Foundation raises private sector funds to support academic initiatives and capital improvements at the Chatsworth Elementary School. This will be done largely through awarding teacher innovation grants and working with the Board of Education and school administration to identify target projects.

Profile of the Successful Board Member

The minimum time commitment for a board member includes 2 hours per month for the regular board meeting. However, the Foundation’s success in building and maintaining community support comes from board members that are able to make contributions of time and resources, have the determination to complete projects in a timely way with little oversight, and, most importantly, have a passion for true excellence in education!


Reflecting the community-wide impact of a strong public school system, the goal of the board is to be composed of individuals with varied backgrounds. Everyone willing to roll up their sleeves is welcome! Given the nature of our events and projects, we strongly encourage individuals to apply if they have specific experience in project management, public and media relations, marketing, fundraising, web design, and/or event planning.

Benefits of Board Membership

Members receive no compensation for serving on the Foundation’s Board. Low overhead and organizational cost ensures that the Foundation is able to direct the maximum amount of all donations towards initiatives in Chatsworth Elementary School. Board Members may get opportunities to work closely with PTOs, school administrators and District personnel. They can also help determine which projects, grants, and initiatives should receive Foundation sponsorship. Helping to create supplementary financial support for our schools is one of the most important and effective methods for fostering sustained academic innovation and excellence.

Board Member Application

Please contact William Dirkin at with further questions.

NJ COVID Vaccine Information

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Moorestown Mega-Site Information -

Homelessness Information

The Woodland Township School District ensures that homeless children enroll and succeed in school and those children and their families receive the educational services for which they are eligible. Grant funds are available for eligible families through McKinney-Vento Homeless Grant and can be accessed through the district’s Homeless Liaison. For more information, contact the Supervisor of Pupil Services/District Homeless Liaison, Carolyn Fischl, Ed.S., NCSP at 609-726-1230, 224.


Kindergarten has spent the last few weeks doing an author study with Eric Carle books. They started with the very popular The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Along the way, the class realized that this author likes to write fiction books about things found in nature... specifically insects and animals. The students made an art project to go with many of the main characters in Mr. Carle's books . Mrs. Casano decorated the hallway with many grouchy ladybugs, busy spiders, greedy snakes, baby seahorses and foolish turtles.
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Field Day 2022

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2nd Grade Butterfly Release

Mrs. Sullivan and her 2nd grade class learned over the last few weeks all about the stages of a butterfly. They were able to watch this process within their classroom and present a wonderful little butterfly release ceremony to parents.

4th Grade trip to the White Horse Inn

4th grade was able to have a wonderful experience learning about the history of our town at the White Horse in courtesy of the Woodland Historical Society. The kids were all in awe of the experience!
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