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  • Board of Education Approves Turf Field Replacements

    (Wayne, New Jersey) - At the regular meeting of April 11th, the Wayne Board of Education approved a project to replace both of the district’s synthetic turf fields. Currently, Wayne Hills and Wayne Valley High School teams play on eleven-year-old synthetic turf surfaces that are approaching the end of their expected useful life. The project will also include a thorough inspection of the existing drainage along with a host of other upgrades such as markings for all sports and school logos. The estimated cost of the project is $1,025,000 and it will be financed through a partnership with the Passaic County Improvement Authority.

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  • Spring Recess - Schools Closed

    Schools will be closed for Spring Recess Monday, April 15 through Friday, April 19. Classes will resume on Monday, April 22. Enjoy the break!

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  • State Testing Letter Regarding Unauthorized Devices

    Dear Parents/Guardians: This is an advisory communication to inform you of the NJDOE requirements for unauthorized electronic devices during state testing. Click on Learn More for the letter.

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  • 2017-2018 New Jersey School Performance Reports Released - Letter from the Superintendent

    March 22, 2019 - Dear Parents, Guardians and Members of the School Community: I hope this letter finds you well. I am writing to provide you information about the 2017-18 New Jersey School Performance Reports, which were recently released and are available on the NJ School Performance Reports webpage at www.njschooldata.org.

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  • Wayne Board of Education Approves Preliminary Budget and Advances Plan for Full Day Kindergarten

    At the March 14th budget meeting of the Wayne Board of Education, trustees adopted a preliminary $172.7 million budget that included a two percent tax levy increase and over $1 million of funding to renovate parts of the Preakness School. This school, which currently houses the Preakness Annex of the Wayne Library, a training center for school employees, and a specialized high school program, is not currently operated as a school. The renovation work will lead to twelve new classrooms and a capacity for over 200 students.

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