Woodbridge Early Childhood Education Center
 Date updated - Spring 2018
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District: Woodbridge School District Telephone: (302) 349-4010
Address: PO Box 2007, 400 Governors Ave, Greenwood DE 19950 Web: Woodbridge Early Childhood Education Center Page
Principal: Kimberly Mitchell
School Demographics
Fall Enrollment

2016-172017-18
Pre-Kindergarten3435
Kindergarten182170
Grade 1199196
Grade 2178210
Total593611


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School Promotion by Grade

2016-17
Pre-Kindergarten50.0%
Kindergarten100.0%
Grade 1100.0%
Grade 2100.0%


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Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

2016-172017-18
African American21.9%22.9%
Asian0.5%0.7%
Hawaiian0.2%0.2%
Hispanic/Latino23.4%20.5%
White52.4%55.3%
Multi-Racial1.5%0.5%


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Other Student Characteristics

2017-18
English Language Learner18.2%
Low Income49.7%
Special Education9.0%
Enrolled for Full Year100.0%


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Recently Arrived ELL Students

2016-17
Number of Students Not Tested on ELA Assessment0


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Class Size (Percentage by Range) (2017-18)
* Elementary and special schools provide their own class size data

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School Finances


District Expenditure per Pupil (2015-16)

$13,873

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District Sources of Revenue (2015-16)

Percent District Allocation of Current Expenses by Category (2015-16)




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Exemplary Programs
The Woodbridge Early Childhood Education Center (WECEC) is a Compassionate School serving the students of Woodbridge from Pre-K, Three Year Olds to Second Grade. WECEC students are involved in a variety of activities to challenge their academic and creative skills, build responsibility, and promote teamwork and cooperation. Related arts programs include art, music, physical education, computers, and library. Other school programs include Team Approach to Mastery (TAM) classrooms, SGI, PASE classroom, the Early Raider Childcare program, the Sussex County Boys and Girls Club, WECEC Quarterly After-School Club program, English as a second language (ESL) classes, summer school, Foster Grandparents and Volunteer Programs. We also utilize the Positive Behavior Support model to teach our school-wide rules and positively reinforce the use of our CAREing behaviors. Over-compassing all of this is our approach to developing student emotional development through our Zones of Regulation.

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Curriculum Highlights
Reading Wonders Curriculum is a researched based program designed to build a strong reading foundation, help students’ access complex text, use text evidence, engage in collaborative conversations and learn how to write effectively to sources. Eureka Math Curriculum connects math to the real world in ways that take the fear out of math and build student confidence. It’s not enough for students to know the process for solving a problem; they need to understand why that process works so they can use it anytime.

DOE Science Curriculum set expectations in the four domains of science: physical science; life science; earth and space science; and engineering, technology and science application. DOE Social Studies Curriculum sets expectations in four essential areas: civics, economics, geography and history. Handwriting Without Tears provide developmentally appropriate, multisensory tools and strategies to improve creative writing skills and fine motor skills.

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