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- SHINE Afterschool – Job OpeningsAugust 2, 2022Workforce Alliance is looking to fill the following positions for the SHINE Afterschool Program beginning this fall. Candidates can reach out to Katheryne Hait directly to discuss these opportunities. Site Coordinators (1) for the Western Wayne center Lead Teacher (1) for the Western Wayne centerTeachers (1) for the Western Wayne centerTeacher Assistant (3) for the Western Wayne centerHome Visitor (1) one for the Western Wayne center Workforce Alliance Homepage...
- Job Opportunities – Food Service Team MembersJune 16, 2022We are currently looking for food service team members.Part-time (5 hours per day) and Substitute Positions Available (All buildings/flexible shifts) Great jobs when you have students in the District.You work when they are in school. Please reach out for more info to: email@example.com or call 1-800-321-9973 option 5 Applicants must be in compliance with Acts 34/151/114 Guidelines Western Wayne School District is an EOE school district....
- Middle School Eighth Grade Final WalkJune 13, 2022Dawn Krautter, Evan Bahmer, and Brianna Vinton Krautter, Bahmer, and Vinton walk the Middle School hallways as a final send off for both them and the eighth grade class. The Western Wayne Middle School continued their tradition on the last day of school which was Friday, June 10, this year. It is called the 8th Grade Final Walk. As a final activity before leaving the building to move on to the high school, 8th grade students took a walk through the hallways appropriately led by three teachers that are leaving the middle school this year Dawn Krautter, Evan Bahmer, and Brianna Vinton.Krautter, Bahmer, and Vinton led the procession through the hallways of the middle school and received flowers from 6th and 7th grade students along the way. The two women ended up with bouquets at the end and Mr. Bahmer received a beautiful plant along with many well wishes from students, faculty, and staff who lined the hallways and met them outside of the building to celebrate.Krautter has taught at the school for three and half years. She was the Middle School FCS teacher for two and half years and this past year she was a seventh grade ELA teacher.“I have had a wonderful experience,” Krautter said. “Western Wayne will always be special to me.”Krautter will be moving to Valdosta, Georgia. She will be the Lanier County High School FCS teacher next year. Bahmer, who served as a substitute teacher in many different capacities at Western Wayne for the last two years, will be moving on to a full-time job at Summit Christian Academy in Clarks Summit, PA. He will be teaching math and Bible to middle school students in grades six through eight. Bahmer was born and raised in Michigan. He has a degree from Clarks Summit University in pastoral ministry.“I am excited for this new teaching position and look forward to seeing what the Lord has in store,” Bahmer said.Fellow co-worker Brianna Vinton, who was in as a substitute for FCS in the middle school this year, also looks forward to teaching more in the future. She studied at both Misericordia University and Keystone College. She is certified to teach social studies and FCS and will soon have a certification to teach business.“I loved my experience teaching at my alma mater,” Vinton said.Western Wayne faculty, administration, staff, and students wish Krautter, Bahmer, and Vinton the best in the future....
- High School Hosts Graduation for Class of 2022June 13, 2022Western Wayne Class of 2022 Salutatorian Kaeli Romanowski Western Wayne Class of 2022 Valedictorian Rachel Tuman Wildcat Pride was bursting from the stands at Western Wayne’s Sharkey-Rossetti Stadium on the evening of Friday, June 10, for the graduation of the class of 2022.Senior Alexandria Bien-Aime, president of the class of 2022, gave the welcome address. She encouraged her fellow classmates to not be afraid to fail as they venture into the next step of their journey after Western Wayne.Later, Alexandria presented the Class Mantel to Evan Peirce, junior class president.Following the presentation of the mantle, the class salutatorian and valedictorian gave speeches.Senior Kaeli Romanowski, Lake Ariel, was named the salutatorian of the class of 2022.Kaeli is the daughter of Joseph and Julie Romanowski.Along with being an excellent academic student, Kaeli was involved in many Western Wayne clubs, sports, and activities including: Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), National Honor Society (NHS), National Business Honor Society (NBHS), Student Ambassador Program, Varsity Volleyball, Varsity Basketball, and Varsity Softball. .Kaeli plans to attend Elizabethtown College where she will continue her basketball career and pursue a degree in finance. She really enjoyed her time at Western Wayne.Her favorite high school memory is when she broke the record for all-time leading scorer on the girls basketball team and was met on the court by her former teacher Mrs. Box.Kaeli notes that she learned key time management skills through her demanding athletic and academic schedules in high school.“Through organizations, such as FBLA, I have developed the essential public speaking skills that are necessary when working in the business world,” Kaeli explained. “In addition, I have developed vital leadership skills and have learned the value of hard work, determination, and teamwork through my experiences in school sports. As I venture to college and eventually the workforce, I will take the lessons and principles learned in the classroom and on the court and apply them to my everyday life. This will give me the opportunity to be successful and an asset to the business world in the future.”Fellow classmate Rachel Tuman, Lake Ariel, was named valedictorian. Rachel is the daughter of Michael and Ellen Tuman.Rachel also has done numerous activities both inside and outside of the classroom at Western Wayne. Rachel served as president of the National Honor Society for the 2021-22 school year. She is also the senior class vice president, student council, for this year. In addition, she served as the senior vice-president for FBLA.“I have learned the importance of time-management and personal organization due to my involvement in a myriad of school and community activities,” Rachel explained. “My experience at Western Wayne has taught me that it is essential to maintain a detailed schedule to truly engage in my present and future commitments.”In the area of sports, Rachel was the captain of the Western Wayne Girls Varsity Tennis Team from August of 2020 through October of 2021.In addition, Rachel has contributed many articles and pictures to the school newspaper and yearbook.She has also won numerous academic and athletic awards during her high school career. Most notably, she was named in April 2022 as the Northeastern Educational Intermediate Unit (NEIU) Student Scholar of Western Wayne High School. In addition, for FBLA Rachel is a National Qualifier in “Entrepreneurship,” 6th Place in PA States, 1st Place in PA Region 22 for the 2021-2022 school year.“My favorite high school memory is qualifying for the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Nationals for three consecutive years,” Rachel said. “I am especially excited to travel to Chicago at the end of June for the 2022 National Leadership Conference and compete against students from around the nation in the ‘Entrepreneurship’ event.”Rachel plans to achieve a Bachelor of Science and a Master’s degree (MBA) in Business Administration with a concentration in Legal Studies at the University of Scranton, enroll into law school, and ultimately achieve her Juris Doctor (J.D) to become an attorney.Both Kaeli and Rachel gave speeches that had a theme of being grateful for what you have, cherishing your loved ones, and having confidence to face the road ahead.Then all graduates received their diplomas followed by the presentation of the Class of 2022 to the crowd, and the playing of the school’s alma mater.The Western Wayne School District wishes all of the graduates the best in their bright futures....
- Slip and Slide KickballJune 13, 2022As part of prevention efforts in the community Wayne County Drug and Alcohol is hosting this event in partnership with Wallenpaupack Church as a fun alternative activity for middle school aged youth in Wayne County to build healthy relationships in a safe environment. Admission is free. Just bring a towel, dinner, drinks and snacks will be provided. Register at the link below prior to June 30, 2022 or access the link on our Facebook page, Wayne County Drug and Alcohol Commission. Contact our office with any questions at (570) 253-6022....