4th & 5th Grade News

All the News at Woodland Intermediate School!

School Mission Statement

The Middlesex Intermediate School community’s goal is to provide a safe, nurturing environment to equip students with the academic and social skills to become independent thinkers.

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month!

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Students of the Month

Here are our fourth and fifth grade Students of the Month for March!

4th Grade

  • Rhianna S.
  • Caitlin M.
  • Zain Z.
  • Liliana C.
  • Olivia M.
  • Madeline K.
  • Isabella N.
  • Taya K.
  • Iker S.
  • Kandence K.

5th Grade

  • Alejandra D.
  • Gia P.
  • Johnathan P.
  • Rex B.
  • Justin M.
  • Brody R.
  • Joao M.
  • Barbara F.
  • Kaylani E.
  • Justin D.
  • Benjamin D.

Third Marking Period Report Cards

NJ Makers Day - 4/29/22

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PTO Meeting - 5/11/22 @ 7:00pm

Please join us for our next PTO Meeting! During this meeting, you will have the opportunity to learn about some of the events that will be offered to students, volunteer for activities, and work with other parents/guardians to enhance our school community.

All parents and guardians are encouraged to attend! We will meet on Zoom at 7:00pm.

PTO Meeting Link


5th Grade Field Trip - Camden Aquarium

Members Are Needed!

The Middlesex Borough Alliance Committee to Prevent Alcoholism and Drug Abuse operates under a federal grant, GCADA (Governors Council Against Drug Abuse). It provides the middle and high school students with information and programming through speakers that will try to persuade them from not using any addictive substance like alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.

The current committee, which is comprised of residents committed to its mission have been involved for more than three decades and have no children in the school system. Although we collaborate closely with the schools’ professionals, it is vital that parents of children in the school system be involved in this Federal Grant Program.

The committee members are all volunteers, not appointed, and the meetings are held the second Wednesday of the month throughout the school year (except for September and December). You can be a member for one school year, or the entire time your child(ren) is in the school. The meetings usually last about an hour.

The Alliance supports Elks leadership program, Police Mini-Academy I and II, Sticker Shock, MHS PRIDE Team, and programs with speakers chosen by the school and facilitated by Wellspring Center for Prevention. The Alliance also helps the police department organize National Night Out/Community Outreach Day, which is the first Tuesday in August every year.

We are asking for your assistance in getting the word out to your school organizations/parents that the Alliance needs members and if participation does not increase with more residents/parents, we may lose our funding and all programming which related to addiction abuse will end.

If you would be interested in becoming a member of the Middlesex Borough Alliance Committee to Prevent Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, please contact Cindy Chomen via email at chomen2448@yahoo.com, or visit one of the meetings on the second Wednesday of the month at the High School Library at 7PM.



Winter Issue of the Newspaper Club's Middlesex Moments

The latest Middlesex Moments features information on the history of our school, news on our first female wrestler at VEM, details on the naming of Woodland, and much more! Any student who would like to submit an article can share their work with Ms. Wise. In addition, we have room in our club for other students to join, just ask Ms. Wise for a form. ​

Congratulations to our small Intermediate and Middle Schools Newspaper Staff for pulling together all of this great content!

Need a Student ID?

If your student was not issued a student ID or has lost one, please contact Mrs. Kotch at kotchc@middlesex.k12.nj.us

Nominate Someone for Staff Member of the Month

Dear Parents/Guardians,

We will be recognizing staff members who have gone above and beyond for our students and our school community. Staff members or members of the community are welcome to use the form below to nominate someone you feel is deserving of this honor. A recipient will be randomly chosen and honored each month at our building faculty meeting. Previous nominees will remain in the pool and could be chosen during subsequent months. As an extra recognition, the staff member will receive a small token of appreciation.

Below you will find a link to the survey that will be used to select a staff member for this award. Please fill this in if you would like to have a staff member recognized.

Woodland Intermediate Staff Member of the Month Nomination Form


PTO Fundraisers

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Breakfast/Lunch Program

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Just a reminder that breakfast and lunch are free for all students this school year.

Be sure to sign up through the Genesis Parent Portal.

Genesis Parent Portal


Helpful Information