Election week represents a challenge due to the fact that schools are closed for election day (November 3rd) and then again for the NJEA Convention (November 5th and 6th). Wednesday, November 4th is already scheduled as a Virtual Day. To allow for deep cleaning and other health and safety measures, we are scheduling Monday, November 2nd as a VIRTUAL DAY for all students and staff. All school buildings will be closed to the public throughout this week.
With consideration for the public during the current health crisis, the Board of Education will virtually open the meeting to the general public and the public is invited to participate and comment through the district's virtual software platform. This meeting will also stream live on Channel 77. Click to learn more.
To kick off the Week of Respect, the Wayne Township Public Schools is releasing the second edition of the Social, Emotional, and Wellness Newsletter. This month's edition includes important links and resources, including a newly created elementary counselors website which focuses on providing easy to access information on mindfulness, wellness, diversity, and inclusion for students, parents, and educators.
September 30, 2020 - Dear Parents and Guardians: Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:7C-6.6, school districts are required each year by October 1 to provide notification to parents and guardians regarding information on any state assessment or commercially developed standardized assessment that will be administered in the school district during the current school year. Click "Learn More" to see the complete letter and attachment.
The Wayne Township Public Schools are proud to announce that when US News and World Report released their 2020 Best High School Rankings, both Wayne high schools were included among the best high schools in New Jersey and the United States. Click Learn More for the full press release.