Summer School Information

Students who have satisfied all school obligations (including text books, cafeteria balances, etc.) can register for a course on June 27th (8:00 to 11:00) or June 28th (9:00 to 12:00) at WESTERN WAYNE HIGH SCHOOL. A GUIDANCE RECOMMENDATION is required since all summer school students must have an average in the 55-69 range for the subject they need to make up. Any student with a grade under a 55 will not be allowed to register for summer school. Guidance recommendations are located on the Failure Notice sent out by Guidance. The cost will be $150.00 per student/per course. Checks may be made payable to the Western Wayne School District. ALL financial obligations MUST be met!

COURSES WILL BE OFFERED AT WESTERN WAYNE HIGH SCHOOL IN AN ON-LINE FORMAT IN COMPUTER LABS ROOMS 401 & 402.

Classes will be offered from 8:00 – 10:00 and 10:00 – 12:00.

The number of classes/sections will be based on student enrollment and instructor availability.

Summer School 2018 Flyer

NBC & MTV Studios Tours – June 1, 2018

Western Wayne High School students took a trip to New York City on June 1, 2018, to NBC and MTV Studios.  The students, who have an interest in film, editing, tv/video, were able to tour the sets and control rooms of both studios.  At NBC they saw the NBC Nightly News, Seth Meyers, Jimmy Fallon, Megyn Kelly and Saturday Night Live sets.  At MTV,  the students were able to view the sets used in many of their shows such as TRL, Floribama Shore and MTV’s The Challenge Reunion.  The students were also allowed to be used as stand-ins for sound and visual checks.  At both studios they also toured production and control rooms.  Special thanks go out to Jackie Amador of NBC and Marcy Dyno of MTV.

 

NBC Studios

MTV “Fill-ins”

MTV Studios

Junior Leadership Northern Poconos Graduation – 2018

Congratulations to the 2018 graduating class of the Junior Leadership Northern Poconos.  This group of Western Wayne 11th graders, along with students from Forest City Regional, Wallenpaupack Area and Wayne Highlands, participated throughout the year learning about their community and leadership skills.  The group ended with a project entitled “We Have Found Balance” which will be a video that tackles some of the stresses that students face today.  Representing Western Wayne High School this year were Emily Christina, R.J. Clemens, Jillian Dudley, Kayli Hineline and Grace Hollister.

 

 

 

 

Lee Rubin, Motivational Speaker tonight at Western Wayne High School

C.O.A.L Foundation presents Motivational Speaker and Former Penn State Star, Lee Rubin who will speak on Leadership in Athletics and Life and The Perils of Social Media. A discussion about how to use social media safely in today’s world, with Wayne County Assistant District Attorney Deobrah Rothenberg. Friday, June 1, 6:00 PM at Western Wayne High School in the Auditorium. For more information visit www.leerubinspeaks, and www.coalfoudation.org. C.O.A.L Foundation: Creating Outstanding Athletic Leaders.

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

 

Junior Information Night Powerpoints

If you were not able to attend Junior Information Night on April 5th, please review the powerpoint presentations that were done by the Western Wayne High School Guidance Department and Marywood University.  Also, if you would like a Junior Information Night packet that was handed out, please stop by the Guidance Office.

Junior Information – Western Wayne Presentation – 2018 Junior Information Night – College Presentation – 2018

Junior Information Night – College Presentation – 2018

Junior Information Night – Thursday, April 5th @6:00

 

On Thursday, April 5, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. the Guidance Department will be conducting  Junior Information Night. The purpose of this evening is to inform parents/guardians about:  selecting a college/training program, college cost, the college admissions process, registration and deadlines for the SAT/ACT, general financial aid information, Career Cruising, military and job opportunities and other important information.  A representative from college admissions and the military will also provide information.

Junior Information Night Letter To Parents 2018