Practice Schedule for Monday, 8/13/18- Fall Sports:
Varsity Football & JH Football – Session #1 9:00 AM to 11:00
Varsity Football – Session #2 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
AM Monday through Friday
Boys Varsity Soccer – 5:00 PM
Girls Varsity Soccer – 5:30 PM
Girls Varsity Volleyball 9:00 AM at Wallenpaupack
Girls Varsity Tennis – 3:30 PM
JH Boys and Girls Soccer – 5:30 PM
Two Western Wayne students, Robert Clemens and Allison Mattern graduated Leadership Lackawanna’s Tomorrow’s Leaders Today program. Featured above is Tori Clemens, Mother (right), Robert Clemens and Laura Teste, Grandmother.
Leadership Lackawanna’s seven-month Tomorrow’s Leaders Today program develops the leadership, interpersonal and managerial skills of high school juniors and provides real-world experiences in the areas of philanthropy, non-profit organizations and community service. In addition to the skills learned and topics explored, the opportunities and challenges of northeastern Pennsylvania are discussed as participants network with community leaders and other high school students. Sessions are held one full weekday each month.
Tomorrow’s Leaders Today Program accepts applications from sophomores who attend high school in Lackawanna County or in the Lackawanna Trail and Western Wayne school districts.
Each year, a class of approximately 34 students, representing various geographic areas and schools, will be selected to participate. The program runs from October through April. Sessions are held one full weekday each month from 8:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. A graduation ceremony is held in the Spring.
Ultimately, upon completion of the monthly sessions, participants will have the necessary skills to become concerned and committed citizens who participate and invest in our community. High school students of today are the community and business leaders of tomorrow. Tomorrow’s Leaders Today turns aspiring teens into future adult leaders.
Western Wayne graduate Casey Fuller, class of 2011 not only graduated from the Pennsylvania State Police Academy, but graduated with the “Most Outstanding Cadet of the Year 2018”!
Casey was an outstanding wrestler while attending Western Wayne. He was a member of the “Wrestling 100 WinClub” among many other records. After graduation Casey attended Edinboro University, (Division I Wrestling).
From Edinboro University Wrestling Page:
Started as a true freshman at 157 lbs., ending the year with a 22-20 record with 3 falls, a technical fall and a major decision … captured third place at the PSAC Championships, going 4-1 … was fourth at the EWL Championships, going 2-2 … was fifth at the UB Open and also fifth at the Michigan State Open (freshman & sophomore division).
Posted a 7-12 record with a fall while competing at 157 lbs… went 3-2 at the MSU Open (freshman & sophomore division) and was 2-2 at the UB Invite … five of his losses were to ranked wrestlers.
Redshirted … went 16-6 while competing in open tournaments at 165 lbs… had 2 falls, a technical fall, and 3 major decisions … took second place at the CSU Open, going 3-1 … was third at the Storm Open with a 5-1 record, winning twice by fall and once by major decision … added a third place finish at the Simonson Open , winning four of five matches … also placed in the MSU Open.
Finished with a 16-17 record while serving as the starter at 165 lbs… won by technical fall once, and by major decision three times … captured second place at EWL Championships, falling to Rider’s Connor Brennan, 6-4 in sudden victory, in the finals … won a 4-1 decision in tiebreaker over Aaron McKinney of Lock Haven in the semifinals … won his first PSAC title with a 3-2 decision over McKinney in the finals … took home third place at the Clarion Open thanks to a 10-5 decision over teammate Kasey Burnett-Davis in the third place match.
He has a 68-56 career record.
Casey is the son of Mary and Jerry Fuller . He majored in Criminal Justice with minors in Psychology and Political Science, with a 3.03 GPA. He has three brothers (Beau, Morgan, and Cole all wrestled for Western Wayne) and a sister (Sasha).
Wayne County Commissioners Girls Elementary Camp will be held at the Evergreen School on Aug 6-8, 2018 from 8:30 AM to 12:00 Noon. Hosted by Western Wayne Girls Varsity Coach Natalie Winters-Aniska and staff.
ATTENTION CLASS OF 2019: If you need to have your cap & gown photo taken, or are in need of a retake, LifeTouch will be in the HS Auditorium on Thursday, August 2, 2018. This will be for cap & gown photos ONLY. Please call LifeTouch at 800-836-3005 to schedule your appointment. Appointments are available from 10:00 AM to 2:40 PM.
The addition of another school counselor has allowed us to change some of our roles to better accommodate the students at all grade levels. Starting in the 2018-2019 school year, students will be working with the counselors listed below:
Renee Chernin – 9th & 10th Grades – Last Names Starting with A through L
Rachael Palko – 9th & 10th Grades – Last Names Starting with M through Z
Matthew Fitzsimmons – 11th & 12th Grades – Last Names Starting with A through L
Kasey Gribble – 11th & 12th Grades – Last Names Starting with M through Z