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Warren Celebrates Woodland School’s 2017 National Blue Ribbon Designation

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Warren Celebrates Woodland School’s 2017 National Blue Ribbon Designation Class of 2013 with Mr. Yenish Credits: B. Nemcek
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WARREN, NJ - Woodland School celebrated its 2017 National Blue Ribbon School designation Thursday night with current and former students, staff, families, and local government officials. 

Students introduced Principal Heaney, Superintendent Mingle, Board of Education president Allocco and Mayor Garafola who all praised  the students, staff and parents for their roles before the crowd moved to celebrate with cake and a dance party.

 

 

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