When can my child attend Homework Clinic or Peer Tutoring?
Homework Clinic and Peer Tutoring are after school programs that your child can attend for help with homework and studying. Please check the list
of the days, times and locations that these programs meet.
To sign up for Peer Tutoring, your child will need a permission slip. Please have him/her see their counselor for this permission slip.
To attend Homework Clinic, there is no permission slip needed, as this is a voluntary program. Your child can attend Homework Clinic on any of the days listed. What should my child do if he/she forgets something at home (such as lunch money, etc.)?
The telephone in the Guidance Office is available for students to use if they need to make a phone call home. Students should report to class first, then obtain a pass from the teacher to use the phone in the Guidance Office. Students should complete the sign-in sheet next to the telephone in the office when using it. Who will my child's counselor be next year?
Each counselor remains with their group of students for all three years that the students attend RWB. Your child will have the same counselor for grades 6, 7, and 8. Where can I get help in a crisis or emergency situation?
During the school day, if you are unable to contact your child's counselor, there is also a school psychologist and a school social worker available to help you in an emergency. You may contact Dr. David Roth or Mrs. Judy Reilly at (201)385-8847 and follow the prompts for the Child Study Team.
Outside of school hours, you may get help by calling 911, (201)262-HELP, or the Bergenfield Police Department at (201)387-4000.