Elementary Girls Basketball Camp

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.

Softball Camp for Grades 3 through 8

Directed by: Western Wayne Head Varsity Coach Joe Romanowski and Coaching Staff
Mon. July 16th – Wed. July 18th
9:00 AM to 12:30 PM
For girls entering 3rd to 8th Grade
Held at the High School Softball Field

Download registration form listed in “Athletics Documents/Policies”

Softball Camp 7-16-18

Elementary Track and Field -Still on

The Elementary Track and Field meet scheduled for today has a time change due to the weather. It is still on for today only now registration will start at 10:.00 AM and events will begin at 11:00 AM.

Wildcat Youth Football Camp 2018 for Ages 7-14

Wildcat Football Camp 2018

Mon-Fri August 6th-10th

Football Youth Camp

Football camp run by Coach Wolff.

9:00am-12pm at WWHS Stadium

Ages 7-14

About the Wildcat Camp

The football camp is a great opportunity for young players to learn basic skills and fundamentals that are necessary for playing football.  It is a mixture of work and fun.  We are fortunate that several present players will help and make this camp enjoyable for the kids who attend.

Camp Director Randy Wolff

Randy Wolff enters his 3rd season as the head coach of the Western Wayne Wildcats.  Wolff has over 19 years coaching experience between Delaware Valley HS and Western Wayne.  In his first two years at Western Wayne, Wolff has lead the Wildcats to an Eastern Conference Championship (2016) and the school’s first District 2 playoff berth in 2017.

7th Annual Western Wayne Elementary Track and Field Meet June 23, 2018

The Western Wayne Track Foundation, in association with The Wayne Youth Advisory Committee will
be hosting our 7th annual Elementary Grades Track and Field Meet (Grades K-6th) on Saturday, June 23rd at
the Western Wayne High School Athletic Complex. The meet registration will be 9:00am in the morning at the
field house. The field events will begin at 10:00am. Track events will begin at 11:00am.
Track and Field is a great sport in which there are different events for different people. A meet like this
is a great opportunity to find out what you like, and what you can expect to see if you join track in middle and
high school! The Western Wayne Track Program invites you to participate in any events you would like to do.
Events from running, hurdling, jumping, to throws will be available!
The entry fee will be $5.00 for each event, or a flat fee of $15 per child. Registration will be a
notecard drop (as was done last year). When you arrive, you will buy separately, a note card for each
event your child will participate in. Simply fill out the note card and place it into the proper event
envelope at the registration table.
In each event and age group, awards will be given to the top 6 places. Food and beverage will be
available at our concession stand. All money raised from the meet will go to help the Western Wayne Track
Foundation. If you need additional information please contact the Varsity head track Coach Justin Collins.
Either call him (570-947-4866), or email him at cjustin@westernwayne.org. You can also visit the Western
Wayne Track Foundation page on Facebook for additional last minute details.
The address for the Meet is 1970A Easton Turnpike Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania 18436.
Important Meet Tips:
Wear sneakers and comfortable clothing.
Bring your attached participant form.
If wanting to be in a relay, if you don’t have a full team you will
be matched with others who also do not!
Running every race or event is very hard. Choosing 3 or 4 that aren’t
back to back is a better idea.
Rain Date for this meet will be Sunday, June 24th with Registration
starting at Noon.

Evergreen Bus Safety for next year’s Kindergarten

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hemmler volunteered their time and came with their BIG bus to teach the children about bus safety for next year when they are in Kindergarten!  Here are some of the important safety tips the students learned:


  • PAY ATTENTION when you are getting on and off a bus.
  • Stop, Look, and Listen – Never start walking to get on the bus until all cars have stopped.
  • Always walk around the yellow bar on the bus so the driver can see you.
  • NEVER pick something up if you drop it when you are getting on or off the bus.  Tell an adult.
  • Hold the rail and watch your step as you get on and off the bus.
  • NEVER walk around the back of a bus.  The driver cannot see you.
  • SIT in your assigned seat every day.
  • Talk quietly.  No yelling.
  • No eating on the bus.

Touch a Truck at EverGreen Elementary


On May 23, 2018, EverGreen Elementary hosted a Touch a Truck Event. Students were provided the opportunity to explore vehicles such as: satellite truck, plow truck, bucket truck, oil tanker, dump trucks, lifted smart car, fire truck, police car, and state police motor carrier van. Through this engaging and hands on experience, student learned about the world of work, different careers, and the importance of the vehicles to the careers.










WNEP 16 Coverage:

Students Enjoy Evergreen Elementary’s ‘Touch a Truck’ Event


EverGreen’s 4th Annual “Green Day” – Saturday, April 28

Come to Green Day at EverGreen this Saturday, April 28, 2018! Mrs. Schane and the EverGreen PTA organized this exciting Earth Day event! George, Giana, Julia and Trenton would like you to visit our school and pick up a free tree to plant. We hope to see you there!



When:  April 28, 2018 (10 a.m.-3 p.m.)

Where: EverGreen Elementary

What:  EverGreen’s 4th Annual “Green Day” – An Earth Day event

  • E-cycling event – Bring your old electronics to be recycled, only $5 (10 a.m. – Noon)
  • Rick Mikula – “The Butterfly Guy” 12 noon-1 p.m.
    • For ages 3-103. Enjoy butterflies and moths around you by learning how to construct simple cages out of everyday household objects.
    • Live butterfly presentation!
  • 4th & 5th Grade Science Fair projects on display in the gymnasium with an award ceremony at 1 p.m.
  • Building tour of our very own EverGreen Elementary – the first all green school in Pennsylvania
    • Tour times are 10 a.m. & 11 a.m.
  • Convention style Presentations in the front foyer
    • Many engaging presenters representing different aspects of environmental responsibility
      • Lackawanna College Environmental Institute
      • Penn State Master Gardeners
      • 4-H Club
      • & more
    • Crafts for the children!
    • Water testing information and kits

EverGreen PTA Distributes New Books

On March 16th the EverGreen PTA distributed books to all students. The students were grateful for the donated books and an opportunity to choose a new book!




Honoring Dr. Seuss’s birthday on March 2nd / Read Across America


In honor of Dr. Seuss’s birthday on March 2nd and Read Across America, Pre-Kindergarten Students at EverGreen Elementary had a fantastic week of whimsical reading activities as they enjoyed the author’s unique rhyming and imaginative characters! After listening to the story, The Cat in the Hat, students created their very own edible hats! Take a close look. Can you guess what they used for their creations? Stacking healthy fruit was their challenge! Pre-K students used kiwi for the base. Then they created a striped pattern with slices of strawberry, banana, strawberry, banana, and finally a strawberry slice to top it off!   Yum!