COVID-19 News & Updates
The Wilberforce School is committed to the health and safety of our community. We are planning to return on campus in the fall, while implementing new safety procedures. We are also prepared to serve families who will continue to learn from home with a blended learning approach.
Updated July 30, 2020
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) COVID-19 Information
World Health Organization (WHO) COVID-19 Information
Princeton Community COVID information
New Jersey Department of Health
How to talk to your kids about Covid-19 - Dr. Kevin Ganey Psy.D.
10 Tips to Help Your Kids Feel Safe Not Scared During Covid-19
Service & Care Opportunities
Wilberforce Neighborhood Fund
We know that many families in our school community will be affected by the fallout of COVID and the impact on our economy. To that end we are establishing a Neighborhood Fund so that parents and grandparents who are less affected financially can contribute to help support the tuition needs of those who have been hit hard. The Neighborhood Fund is a way to care for our "Wilberforce Neighbors"; classmates, housemates, and friends that are a valuable part of our community.
If you are able and willing to contribute to this specific fund please give here.
Remote Learning Resources:
Remote Learning Art Contest:
Windows of Wilberforce
No matter where we are in our school, we find ourselves constantly captivated by the beauty we see through the windows of our home at 75 Mapleton. We are offering a challenge to our students to consider entering the "Windows of Wilberforce" contest. Entries should depict the view through any one of our windows, and it must be original work. You may choose to submit a work of art in one or more of the three categories outlined below. Student work will be judged in the following groups: E1-C2; C3- C5; MS; US.
1) Painting/ mixed media (color)
2) Drawing (pencil/ charcoal/ graphite)
3)Photography (black & white or color)
Artwork may be submitted to Mrs. Fitzgerald or Mrs. Yonkman by May 1, 2020.