Anonymous Report (Including Bullying, Concerns for Self/Others, Comments, or Suggestions)

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Students now have two ways to make an anonymous report (including bullying, concerns for self/others, comments, or suggestions).

  1. An anonymous drop box is located on the wall as you enter the high school library. Students may report bullying, make a comment, or submit a suggestion in this box.
  2. The “Bully Box”, available through or by downloading the app, can be used to submit a report too. To use the website or app students will need to put in our high school password, which is wildcats. ALL reports are anonymous through the website and app!


ALSO… students and teachers can submit an act of kindness in the Guidance Office or through the Guidance Department website.


Junior Leadership Northern Poconos – Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice Presentation


On Tuesday, November 14, 2017, students from Western Wayne, Wallenpaupack, Wayne Highlands and Forest City Regional High Schools, who make up the Junior Leadership Northern Poconos Class of 2018, were able to get an overview of Wayne County’s Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice systems.

Some of the topics and presenters were:

Introduction –How did we get here? From Crack, To Opioids and Beyond

Janine Edwards, Wayne County District Attorney


Law Enforcement – Leading the Community in Law Enforcement

Larry Whitehead, Special Agent FBI


Drug Identification Visual Presentation

Wayne County DA Chief Detective Peter Hower


Prosecution – Leadership in the Chief Law Enforcement Officer Position

Janine Edwards, Wayne County District Attorney


Wayne County Correctional Facility Tour

Wayne County Correctional Facility, Honesdale, PA