Western Wayne Alumni

The High School Counseling Department is interested in coordinating with our alumni to offer career experiences for current students. If you are interested in working with our department to help in student career exploration, please take a moment to complete this survey. 

* By completing this survey, it does not guarantee  we will be scheduling career exploration with you at this time.*

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339 Advisory Council – The New Collar Economy

On February 7, 2024, the Western Wayne School Counseling Department held their 339 Advisory Council Meeting.  Dr. Jill Murray, President of Lackawanna College, presented to the stakeholders on the “New Collar Economy”.  The NCE is creating many opportunities for the people, especially students, of Northeastern Pennsylvania.  On behalf of WWSD, we would like to thank Dr. Murray,  Sara Grande (Assistant Director of Enrollment) and all our stakeholders for supporting our school counseling program!

RDW Club Models Kindness

The Kindness Club at RDW recently performed a play for students in grades K-2. The play was called A Day in the Life of an RDW Student and included five different scenarios that a typical student might encounter. In each scene, one or more of the characters chose to demonstrate kindness in a challenging situation. The club members had questions for students to discuss between acts. At the conclusion of the play, Kindness Club members encouraged students to practice acts of kindness throughout their day and to consider joining the Kindness Club when they are in fifth grade.

Members, left to right from first photo: Ryan Nixon, Paxton Shiner-Lewis, Caden Reeger, Saga Bryden, Lillian Sorrentino, and Kelly Talarico

Universal Technical Institute Guest Speaker

On January 12th, Jay Amore from the Universal Technical Institute met with fourth and fifth grade students at RDW. Mr. Amore shared the different training programs that are offered at UTI and why many of these are in high-demand. He discussed the cost of technical school versus a traditional college and explained the difference between these two endeavors. He also shared his personal career journey to demonstrate the potential for success and happiness when pursuing a career in the trades.

Mr. Amore’s engaging presentation helped to expand students’ understanding of their post-secondary options, which is an important goal of the K-12 College and Career Readiness program here at Western Wayne.  

Curriculum Night – January 24, 2024 – 6:00-7:30

Curriculum Night will be held Wednesday, January 24, 2024, from 6:00 to 7:30. Administration, Guidance and the Department Heads will go over the curriculum, graduation requirements and the scheduling process.

FAFSA Coming December 2023

Collegebound Seniors…the FAFSA should be opening up at the end of December.

Until then, you can create your FSA ID.