STREET FAIR MOVED TO SATURDAY MAY 14TH!Click here for more info!

STREET FAIR MOVED TO SATURDAY MAY 14TH!Click here for more info!

STREET FAIR MOVED TO SATURDAY MAY 14TH!Click here for more info!

July 2022


INDEPENDENCE DAY — Summer Camp Closed


Last Day of Summer Program

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Introducing Brooke Lowe: Hudson Street’s Administrative Coordinator

Brooke Lowe is our new Administrative Coordinator at our Hudson Street site. Coming to us from a small town in Connecticut, Brooke is the point-person for all things Hudson. You can contact her at We’re thrilled she’s joined the WMS community and invite you to learn a little more about her! Please read this brief interview with Brooke:

What do you do at WMS?
I am the new front desk coordinator at the Hudson Street location! I facilitate communication between parents and teachers, maintain all student files, and place orders for school supplies. Though I have big shoes to fill, Genna has been super helpful showing me the ropes.

Where did you grow up? What was your childhood like?
I grew up in a small coastal town in Connecticut called Rowayton – just an hour outside the city. I spent most of my childhood on the water, playing lacrosse and ice hockey, and skiing with my family in the winter. I am the youngest of three siblings, and we grew up with two cats, Toby and Harley.

How did you end up joining the WMS community?
During college I worked at a pre-school and loved it. When I graduated I was working for a media company based out of Boston and really missed being in a school environment. I decided to transition from media and I found my way to WMS.

So far, what’s your favorite thing about WMS?
The people! Everyone here has been so welcoming and has helped me feel a part of the community from the moment I walked in the door. I love the school’s philosophy, and dedication to the children. It’s also in a great neighborhood near lots of yummy restaurants and cool shops!

What’s the best memory you have from when you were in preschool?
When I was in preschool we read a book called Roxaboxen by Alice McLerran. After we read the book we were able to create our own Roxaboxen community around the school’s woods and sports fields. I loved the opportunity to create my own little world with my classmates.

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