Freshman Orientation

Western Wayne Class of 2026!

Freshman Orientation will be held on August 25, 2022, from 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM in the Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium. 

School Counselors of NEPA Scholarship Winner – Sarah Collins

School Counselor Mr. Fitzsimmons & Scholarship Winner Sarah Collins

Sarah Collins was selected as the 2021-22 School Counselors of NEPA Scholarship winner and received $500. Sarah is a senior at Western Wayne High School, where she has excelled academically, socially, and within her extra-curricular activities. Next year, Sarah will be attending West Chester University and will major in Communications.

Tomorrow’s Leaders Today Graduation 2022

Western Wayne’s Tomorrow’s Leaders Today Graduating Class of 2022 included Skylar Long, Marshall Davis and Evan Peirce.

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 health care, STEAM, history and heritage, crime and corrections, financial literacy, philanthropy, non-profit organizations and community service. Sessions are held one full weekday each month.

Johnson College – Distance Learning Program Fall 2022

This program brings the opportunity for college education closer to home without the long
drive and time to campus. Both high school and adult students will have interactive, two-way
access to Johnson College faculty and will participate in remote education, discussions,
testing, and skill demonstrations. The program will create a direct route to career technology
education (CTE), a college degree, and ultimately a fulfilling career with family-sustaining
wages for students in rural Northeastern Pennsylvania. See the attached flyer for details.

USDA Distance Learning Fall2022 Flyer v4

Western Wayne Decision Day – 2022

Western Wayne Decision Day – Class of 2022

– Wearing their college of choice!




West Chester


Penn State



Thomas Jefferson




West Point



Florida International


Boston College

Just to name a few!

R.D. Wilson’s Kindness Club creates Kindness Tree

R.D. Wilson’s Kindness Club started a neat project and introduced some new members this week. Our winter group did some research and chose to do a “Kindness Tree” to display in our cafeteria. When students or staff are observed doing exceptional acts of kindness, their name gets put on a leaf or flower which is then hung up on the tree. Our hope is that the tree is in full bloom by the end of the year!

Mrs. Germani also inducted four students to serve as new Kindness Club members for the remainder of the year: Keira Sic, Robert Bronson, Kenzie Gregory, and Evan Davitt. We are excited to see all of the ways that these students can promote kindness in our school!