"Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?”- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr

Hello Jewel Parents and Caregivers,

I hope this message finds you and your family with warm hearts and eager minds.  In just a few weeks we will enter Black History Month.  Our students are working on a variety of presentations.  Please support them in learning their roles for the presentations.  These activities are a part of the Social Studies lessons and may be a part of the Social Studies Grade for the 3rd Marking period.

What's New?

District Sponsored Parent Workshops January 17, 2023

  • @ 6pm the workshop is titled: "Before, During, and After School Reading Strategies"

  • @7pm the workshop is titled: Social Emotional Support

Two options (internet or phone call):

Internet: Click on the following link


Phone call: Call the following phone number

+1 786-540-4302‬

PIN:  354 542 304#


We will have a Peacemaker Assembly on January 20, 2023, to honor selected students in each grade level.  Congratulations to all of the honored students!  

Important Information:

  • There is no supervision for students being dropped off to school before the teacher start time at 8:40 AM.  If you arrive before that time with your child you must remain with them until teachers are on duty.  Dropping students off before 8:40 AM and leaving them unattended on school grounds places your student in a situation where there is no adult available or responsible for being sure they are monitored.

  • If you want to avoid the congestion in the school lot, you may park on the street along the walkway connected to the school or on any of the adjacent streets.  There are crossing guards on duty to assist you and your child with crossing onto the property safely.

  • Student parties are not hosted in school.  Treat bags and other party items will be passed out to students at the end of the school day.

  • Willingboro School District has a uniform dress code. All students are required to adhere to the policy.  This is not a Principal Ash rule.  This is a board-approved mandate that is enforced by all teachers and staff at WRJ, including Principal Ash.  If you are concerned about your child being cold please be sure that they wear a long sleeve shirt underneath the uniform shirt.  If you need more uniform attire, please contact Ms. Bennett  (gbennett@wboe.net).  

  • Please be reminded that uniform violations are a Code of Conduct violation and may be responded to with board-approved disciplinary actions, including but not limited to withdrawal of privileges, such as participation in extracurricular activities, recess and field trips) 

  • You may find the Uniform Dress code on our District Website or click this link2021-2022 DRESS CODE: https://5il.co/vxpy .  There have been no changes since the update in 2021.

  • Hoodies are not are part of the dress code and should be removed when the student enters the classroom.

All for one and one for all

  • Uniform closet that provides free, clean uniforms to any student who needs one (Donations are welcome)

  • A Cold weather closet for students who need jackets and coats (Donations are welcome)

  • School supply chest for students who need to replenish school supplies throughout the year

Warmest regards,

Principal Ash