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  • Around the Schools / Featured News / High SchoolApril 19, 2024
    Western Wayne FBLA Excels at…Row 1 (l to r):   Olivia Gries,  Audrey Agnello, Phoebe Schmitt, Taylor Maiocco, Rhayni Carroll, Emily Romanowski,  and Madelyn McClure. Row 2 (l to r):  Avery Ulner, Isabella Kolp, Clare Coccodrilli, Connor Bryant, David Elias, Khole Mistishin, Maggie Kotchessa, and  Allie Pauler. The 73rd annual Pennsylvania State Leadership Conference was held this past week in Hershey.  Western Wayne FBLA had 32 members competing at the conference this year.  Sixteen of those 32 members placed in the top 10 at the state level and were recognized at the Awards of Excellence Program.  Eight members have qualified to compete at the FBLA National Leadership Conference this June in Orlando.  The Business Ethics team of Rhayni Carroll, Taylor Maiocco, and Emily Romanowski placed 3rd.  Olivia Gries placed 2nd in Introduction to Business Communications.  The team of Audrey Agnello and Phoebe Schmitt placed 4th in Introduction to Business Presentation.  Maggie Kotchessa placed 5th and Khole Mistishin placed 7th in Introduction to FBLA.  Madelyn McClure placed 3rd and Madelyn Vinton placed 6th in Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure.  The team of Clare Coccodrilli, Isabella Kolp, and Avery Ullner placed 9th in Introduction to Social Media Strategies.  The team of Connor Bryant and David Elias placed 10th in Sports and Entertainment Management.  Allie Pauler placed 4th in Word Processing.  In addition, Rhayni Carroll placed 4th, Emily Romanowski placed 7th, and Adrian Agnello placed 8th in Who’s Who in Pennsylvania FBLA and were recipients of the William Seldon Scholarship.  Adrian and Emily each received a $1000 scholarship and Rhayni received a scholarship of $1250.  Like this:Like Loading... [...]
  • Around the Schools / Featured News / High SchoolApril 18, 2024
    Western Wayne / Honesdale HS…   This April the robotics team FRC 4285 Camobots (composed of Honesdale HS and Western Wayne HS students) competed at the FIRST Mid-Atlantic Robotics Competition Regional Championship and won. This is a huge endeavor and first-ever win at the FMA Regional Championship held at Lehigh University. The competition is three days (starting with inspection of the robot by teams of engineers, scouting of robot qualities, randomly competing with and against numerous teams, presentation to judge teams of CEO’s and engineers from companies, and finals team selection on the 3rd day). Our team was the 3rd selection of Alliance 2’s team. Our team had to play defense to shut down the other team’s top scoring robot and it worked (see attached video link and forward to timestamp). Alliance 2 won which was composed of us, a team from southern PA, and southern NJ. Further, our students involved work diligently in the offseason to secure funding from businesses along with the Department of Defense. Also, in the offseason the students are being trained up in fields of robot programming, CAD (AutoDesk Inventor), Engineering and Design, Electronics and Sensors, Automated machining, Automation and Game Play, Public Speaking, and numerous additional skill sets. Team Advisor and Western Wayne teacher Brian Landry wishes to thank everyone in both the Western Wayne and Honesdale School Districts and local community who helped the students achieve this tremendous goal. To better understand what competition is like, see attached information FMA Day 3 Championship https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCDUeduIIeQ  – Timestamp 10:04:09 (we shut down the top scoring robots in our league) What is FMA FIRST Robotics https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KCrrp1DNmM&t=39s – couple minute video Pictured is Team FRC 4285 with the coveted Blue Banner. In addition, the local community is invited to watch the Robotics team compete in the World Championships in Houston, Texas, using the links below.  They will be completing from Thursday, April 18, through Saturday, April 20. This link will allow you to watch all 8 fields live, if you click on one of the fields and then select Milstein Field (which is the one our team will be playing on) this will give you a larger version of our field. We have three teams including us playing in this division field from our league with a total of 72 (minus our 3 teams) from other areas of the United States and countries. 608 FRC teams (our division), along with est 300 FTC (middle school) and est 200 FLL (elementary). 50,000 students from around the world total competing in the highest STEAM related competition. Thank you, again, to all who support us in this endeavor. https://www.thebluealliance.com/gameday#chat=hidden&layout=8&view_0=firstinspires-0 Like this:Like Loading... [...]
  • Around the Schools / Featured News / High SchoolApril 4, 2024
    FRC Robotics Team 4285 Camobots…The team has won a District Champion at a District Event along with Innovation in Automation and Creativity Award for Robot Design and Gameplay See link information below: April 4, 2024 FIRST FMA Regional Championship Day 1 video feed: Lehigh University Stabler Goodman Stadiumhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLcQibPeSckEST Qualification Matches start 1:30PM-6PM (8AM – noon is inspection / practice matches / calibration) April 5, 2024FIRST FMA Regional Championship Day 2 video feed: Lehigh University Stabler Goodman Stadiumhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0o5SW-QV8UEST Qualification Matches start 8AM-6PM April 6, 2024FISRT FMA Regional Championship Day 3 video feed: Lehigh University Stabler Goodman Stadiumhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCDUeduIIeQEST Qualification Matches start 8AM-12 noon then Finals selection matches start 1PM est – 6PM Like this:Like Loading... [...]
  • Around the Schools / Featured News / High SchoolMarch 28, 2024
    Western Wayne Drama Club presents…The full cast of Western Wayne Drama Club’s The Addams Family School Edition A New Musical. Stage Crew for Western Wayne Drama Club’s Production of The Addams Family Pit Band for Western Wayne Drama Club’s Production of The Addams Family From left (seated): Nathan Conway, Gomez Addams; Jade Wetherington, Morticia Addams. From left (standing): Lillian Maros, Wednesday Addams; Caden Wilson, Lurch; Owen Obloshny, Fester Addams; Colette Schmitt, Pugsley Addams; Charlotte Skelton, Cousin It; and Mackenzie Kennedy as Grandma Addams pose for an Addams Family portrait. From left: Allen Ratchford, Molly French, Madison Forgione, Zachary Jordan, Stephanie Maxwell, Scott Kurent, Nathan Conway, Gomez Addams; Jade Wetherington, Morticia Addams; Brenna McGlone, Melinda Kopcza, Madison Trapanese, and Zachary Wilbur, Grim Reaper, tango together. Grandma Addams, played by Mackenzie Kennedy, warns her grandson Pugsley Addams, played by Colette Schmitt, to stay away from her acrimonium potion or else. Alice Beineke, played by Emily Lescinski; Mal Beineke, played by Joseph Regalbuto; and Lucas Beineke, played by Jason Vass; search for the Addams Family home so that Lucas can introduce his parents to his fiancee Wednesday Addams.  Cousin It, played by Charlotte Skelton, gives the family a not-so-subtle hint. Gomez Addams, played by Nathan Conway, talks to the worst hotel in Paris to try to mend his relationship with Moricia after he keeps a secret from her. Cousin It, played by Charlotte Skelton, and Lurch, played by Caden Wilson, do their best to help the forlorn Gomez. Gomez Addams, played by Nathan Conway, sings the song “Trapped” about his conflicted feelings over trying to keep his daughter’s secret and lying to his wife along with practicing his fencing skills with the help of Lurch, played by Caden Wilson; and Thing, played by Hayley Cordero. Gomez Addams, played by Nathan Conway; gives the future father-in-law of his daughter, Mal Beineke, played by Joseph Regalbuto, an overly enthusiastic tour of the Addams mansion. Alice Beineke, played by Emily Lescinski, brings a gift to Morticia Addams, played by Jade Wetherington, that is much too bright for the Addams Family’s usual style. From left (kneeling): Madison Forgione, Brenna McGlone, Madison Trapanese, and Molly French.  From left (standing, row two): Lillian Maros, Wednesday Addams; Jason Vass, Lucas Beineke; Emily Lescinski, Alice Beineke; Nathan Conway, Gomez Addams; Jade Wethertington, Morticia Addams; Colette Schmitt, Pugsley Addams; Mackenzie Addams, Grandma Addams; Charlotte Skelton, Cousin It; Stephanie Maxwell. From left (standing, row three): Owen Obloshny, Fester Addams; Scott Kurent, Joseph Regalbuto, Mal Beineke; Zachary Wilbur, Grim Reaper; Caden Wilson, Lurch; and Zachary Jordan. From left: Owen Obloshny, Fester Addams; Colette Schmitt, Pugsley Addams; Lillian Maros, Wednesday Addams; Charlotte Skelton, Cousin It; Nathan Conway, Gomez Addams; Jade Wetherington, Morticia Addams; Mackenzie Kennedy, Grandma Addams; and Caden Wilson as Lurch; pose by their family car. Western Wayne Drama Club’s production this year is The Addams Family School Edition A New Musical. The cast, crew, and pit band are excited to perform the show for the community. Performances of Western Wayne Drama Club’s The Addam Family are at Western Wayne High School’s Veterans Memorial Auditorium on Friday, April 12, at 7 p.m.; Saturday, April 13 at 7 p.m.; and Sunday, April 14 at 2 p.m.  Tickets are $5 for adults, $3 for senior citizens and students, and Western Wayne students are free with a student ID.  Follow us on instagram at ww_drama_clubAll tickets are sold at the door. We will also have basket raffles and refreshments available at the show for purchase.The Addams Family School Edition is presented through special arrangement with and all authorized performance materials are supplied by Theatrical Rights Worldwide 1180 Avenue of the Americas, Suite 640, New York, NY 10036. www.theatricalrights.com THE ADDAMS FAMILY School Edition A NEW MUSICAL Book by MARSHALL BRICKMAN and RICK ELICE Music and Lyrics by ANDREW LIPPA Orchestrations by Larry Hochman Based on Characters Created by Charles Addams Originally produced on Broadway by Stuart Oken, Roy Furman, Michael Leavitt, Five Cent Productions, Stephen Schuler, Decca Theatricals, Scott M. Delman, Stuart Ditsky, Terry Allen Kramer, Stephanie P. McClelland, James L. Nederlander, Eva Price, Jam Theatricals/Mary LuRoffe, Pittsburgh CLO/Gutterman-Swinsky, Vivek Tiwary/Gary Kaplan, The Weinstein Company/Clarence, LLC, Adam Zotovich/Tribe Theatricals; By Special Arrangement with Elephant Eye Theatrical.All involved with the show are grateful to have the opportunity to perform for an audience and cordially invite you to their show.“We have been working on some of the scenes since November and can’t wait to bring this iconically hysterical story to life,” senior Drama Club President Nathan Conway, who plays Gomez Addams, and serves as a student director, said.Fellow senior Caden Wilson, who plays Lurch, and serves as a student director, agrees, “There are so many scenes that I think the audience will connect because they know the Addams family characters. They’ll get to see some of them in a new light since the musical centers around the story of an older Wednesday who has recently become engaged to a boy the complete opposite of her from Ohio. ”Senior Mackenzie Kennedy is also excited for the performance. She will play the role of Grandma Addams and serves as stage manager. “I’m so excited to have my first named lead role this year,” Kenzie said. “She is such a fun character to play; she really tells it like it is.”Cast members include: Nathan Conway, Gomez Addams, club president, student director; Jade Wetherington, Morticia Addams; club PR officer; Lillian Maros, Wednesday Addams; club historian, assistant student director; Colette Schmitt, Pugsley Addams, club secretary; Owen Obloshny, Fester Addams; club vice president; Mackenzie Kennedy, Grandma Addams, stage manager; Caden Wilson, Lurch, student director; Robert Scramuzza, Conquistador Ancestor, club vice president; assistant student director; Scott Kurent, Caveman Ancestor; Zachary Jordan, Soldier Ancestor; Brenna McGlone, Saloon Girl Ancestor; Emma DeNunzio, Flight Attendant Ancestor, assistant stage manager; Stephanie Maxwell, Bride Ancestor, student costume assistant; Madison Trapanese, Pirate Ancestor; prop mistress; Molly French, School Girl Ancestor; Zachary Wilbur, Grim Reaper, student music director assistant; Hayley Cordero, Thing; Charlotte Skelton, Cousin It; Joseph Regalbuto, Mal Beineke, club treasurer; Emily Lescinski, Alice Beineke; Jason Vass, Lucas Beineke; and Madison Forgione, the Moon.Ensemble Cast Members include: Dakota Douglas, Aveah Drelich, Hannah Dockemeyer, Kendall Murray, Melinda Kopzca, Abigayle Pavlicek, Olivia Swingle, Avery Ullner, Allen Ratchford, Isabella Hayden, Britney Wertman, Mikayla Fullone, Jesse Mitchell, Mackenzie Warnock, Chloe Jewett, Alex Bernardi, Laila Rainford, Ian Forney, Johnathon Maxwell. Stage crew members: Tash Amberg, Luckus Balmer, Claire Cowley, Nathan Day, Madison Vinton, Sonora Dockemeyer, Ireland Swingle, Roslyn Knecht, Anthony Martin, Kallie Wehrmann, Leo West, Audrey Capozzi, Margaret Norris, Lola Vertalics, Tori Walton, Kaitlin Wargo, Milo MacCollum, Charlotte Skelton, Joseph Regalbuto, Jameson Balmer, Michael Olivo, Summer Paugh, Mikayla Fullone. Student pit orchestra members: Xavier Graham, Lia Hartman, Will Dwyer, Kalob Franko, Makayla Moser, Kayla Walton, Brad Miehle, Antonio Fisichella, Nicholas Fisichella, and Anthony Redmond. Picture One:  The full cast of Western Wayne Drama Club’s The Addams Family School Edition A New Musical. Picture Two: Stage Crew for Western Wayne Drama Club’s Production of The Addams Family Picture Three:  Pit Band for Western Wayne Drama Club’s Production of The Addams Family Picture Four:  From left: Owen Obloshny, Fester Addams; Colette Schmitt, Pugsley Addams; Lillian Maros, Wednesday Addams; Charlotte Skelton, Cousin It; Nathan Conway, Gomez Addams; Jade Wetherington, Morticia Addams; Mackenzie Kennedy, Grandma Addams; and Caden Wilson as Lurch; pose by their family car. Picture Five: From left (seated): Nathan Conway, Gomez Addams; Jade Wetherington, Morticia Addams. From left (standing): Lillian Maros, Wednesday Addams; Caden Wilson, Lurch; Owen Obloshny, Fester Addams; Colette Schmitt, Pugsley Addams; Charlotte Skelton, Cousin It; and Mackenzie Kennedy as Grandma Addams pose for an Addams Family portrait. Picture Six: From left: Allen Ratchford, Molly French, Madison Forgione, Zachary Jordan, Stephanie Maxwell, Scott Kurent, Nathan Conway, Gomez Addams; Jade Wetherington, Morticia Addams; Brenna McGlone, Melinda Kopcza, Madison Trapanese, and Zachary Wilbur, Grim Reaper, tango together. Picture Seven: Grandma Addams, played by Mackenzie Kennedy, warns her grandson Pugsley Addams, played by Colette Schmitt, to stay away from her acrimonium potion or else. Picture Eight: Alice Beineke, played by Emily Lescinski; Mal Beineke, played by Joseph Regalbuto; and Lucas Beineke, played by Jason Vass; search for the Addams Family home so that Lucas can introduce his parents to his fiancee Wednesday Addams.  Cousin It, played by Charlotte Skelton, gives the family a not-so-subtle hint. Picture Nine:  Gomez Addams, played by Nathan Conway, talks to the worst hotel in Paris to try to mend his relationship with Moricia after he keeps a secret from her. Cousin It, played by Charlotte Skelton, and Lurch, played by Caden Wilson, do their best to help the forlorn Gomez. Picture Ten: Gomez Addams, played by Nathan Conway, sings the song “Trapped” about his conflicted feelings over trying to keep his daughter’s secret and lying to his wife along with practicing his fencing skills with the help of Lurch, played by Caden Wilson; and Thing, played by Hayley Cordero. Picture Eleven: Gomez Addams, played by Nathan Conway; gives the future father-in-law of his daughter, Mal Beineke, played by Joseph Regalbuto, an overly enthusiastic tour of the Addams mansion. Picture Twelve: Alice Beineke, played by Emily Lescinski, brings a gift to Morticia Addams, played by Jade Wetherington, that is much too bright for the Addams Family’s usual style. From left (kneeling): Madison Forgione, Brenna McGlone, Madison Trapanese, and Molly French.  From left (standing, row two): Lillian Maros, Wednesday Addams; Jason Vass, Lucas Beineke; Emily Lescinski, Alice Beineke; Nathan Conway, Gomez Addams; Jade Wethertington, Morticia Addams; Colette Schmitt, Pugsley Addams; Mackenzie Addams, Grandma Addams; Charlotte Skelton, Cousin It; Stephanie Maxwell. From left (standing, row three): Owen Obloshny, Fester Addams; Scott Kurent, Joseph Regalbuto, Mal Beineke; Zachary Wilbur, Grim Reaper; Caden Wilson, Lurch; and Zachary Jordan. Like this:Like Loading... [...]
  • Around the Schools / Featured News / High SchoolMarch 25, 2024
    HS WRESTLING: Rush left mark…Scott Rush’s athletic accomplishments earned him a spot in the Wayne County Sports Hall of Fame in 2021. Click here to read the full story. Like this:Like Loading... [...]

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