As the crisis in Ukraine escalates, Wildwood’s upper school students recently organized and held a town hall to discuss their perspectives on news coverage of the war, xenophobia, and the obligations they have to each other and their communities.
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Learn About the Work Wildwood and Kate Sheppard of SeeChange Consulting are Doing to Support Teachers and Students
Wildwood Red Cross Club members rallied with the Wildwood community to help impact the lives of up to 57 patients.
Kayli Joy C. '22 Selected as a Prudential Emerging Visionary
Elementary teachers Francesca and Claudia shares what they've observed in students during these past two years, the pandemic's impact on learning, and their hopes for a bright spring ahead.
The four priorities outlined will shape Wildwood’s strategy for serving its students, community, and the world.
The space, complete with cozy nooks, couches, and reconfigurable work spaces, serves as a dedicated hub for students and faculty to gather and inspire.
WISRD, WIE, and WISL Institute members find new ways to collaborate, innovate, and synthesize in their new spaces at the middle and upper campus.
By connecting actions and information, students are able to see the larger picture of our place in the world.
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