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Woodbridge School District will again participate in the Community Eligibility Provision Program for the 2015-2016 school year.
Community Eligibility Provision was enacted as a result of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act 2010 and provides universal meal service to students in schools/districts that qualify. The CEP is an alternative to collecting, approving, and verifying household eligibility applications for free and reduced price meal benefits. If a school has an Identified Student Percentage of at least 40, the entire school qualifies for the CEP.
Good nutrition can contribute to the academic success of students. USDA encourages districts/schools that qualify for the CEP to consider this option and the many benefits it provides:
Woodbridge IN THE NEWS
Teenager of the year
Teenager of the year, Woodbridge High School Senior, Chase Marvil addressing the Convention. Standing to Chase’s right is Roger Diehl chairman of the Teenager of the Year committee.
Woodbridge’s Anderson named Basketball Player of the Year
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Seven WHS students competed in the State FCCLA competition at Dover Downs.
Secretary of Education Dr. Steve Godowsky visited the woodbridge high school
Secretary of Education Dr. Steve Godowsky visited the WHS for a tour of the building and to see our students and programs.
Pictured with the Secretary is FFA vice-president junior Beth Manlove. She is presenting him with an FFA thank you bag in honor of National FFA Week.
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Respecting others is a strong message to teach kids. In Bridgeville, Sussex County, that message is being taken to the next level. With the help of Delaware artist John Donato, the kids of Woodbridge middle school are creating a mural that helps define the values the school wishes to instill in its students.