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  • Class of 2019 Students & Parents,

    The WV Project Graduation Committee needs a RSVP from every student of the Class of 2019.  

    Project Graduation 2019

    If you are attending the Project Graduation event, you need to RSVP using the link above as well as perform the following:

    • If you haven't paid your commitment fee - you need to fill out the attached Permission Slip/Hold Harmless, fill out the attached Commitment fee form, please forms and a check for $150 made out to WVPG2019 in an envelope and drop the envelope off at Michele Duffy's home as soon as possible. Her address is on the form.   
    • If you paid your commitment fee, you need to fill out the attached Permission Slip/Hold Harmless and drop it off at Michele Duffy's home. Her address is on the form.


    Thank you,

    WVPG2019 Committee 

    Permission Slip
    Commitment Letter
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  • Wayne Valley Yearbook Announcement

    There are only about 50 yearbooks left to purchase.  Students who wish to purchase a yearbook can still do so before May 11.  Please visit and enter job code 5259 to order a book and pay online.  Thank you for supporting the Wayne Valley yearbook!



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  • Recruiting Realities

    Wayne Township Public School District Athletics is inviting you to spend an evening with recruitment guru Jack Renkens as he explodes the myths and presents the realities of college recruiting. 


    Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.

    Wayne Valley High School Auditorium

    Recruiting Realities



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  • High School Graduation Assessments Requirements **Updated**

    Below you will find the link to the current High School Graduation Assessments Requirements.  

    High School Graduation Assessment Requirement_February 2019



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  • Morning Announcements for WV

    Use the link below to see the daily morning announcements. 

    Morning Announcements



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District Announcements

  • Extended Memorial Day Weekend

    Each year emergency days are built into the school calendar for use when bad weather forces a school cancellation. This year, we used three of the four allotted emergency days; therefore, the remaining emergency day will be added to the Memorial Day weekend. As indicated on the 2018-2019 school calendar, in addition to schools being closed on Monday, May 27, 2019, schools will also be closed on Friday, May 24, 2019.

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  • WEF Summer Camp Registration Is Now Open

    The Wayne Education Foundation is pleased to announce that registration for the 2019 Summer Camp Program, held at Wayne Hills High School the weeks of July 8-26, is now open. Click Learn More for additional information.

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  • Wayne Hills High School Hosts American Computer Science League All-Star Competition

    The Wayne Township Public Schools are proud to announce that for the first time ever, we will be hosting the esteemed American Computer Science League (ACSL) All-Star competition on Saturday, May 25th at Wayne Hills High School. The all-star competition draws schools from all over the world and only the top teams are invited to participate. It is a tremendous honor and distinction for Wayne Hills to be hosting and participating in an event of this magnitude. This is an event for students and their advisors and is not open to the public.

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  • SAVE THE DATE: 2019 Annual "Community Forum" - Letter from Mayor Christopher Vergano and Superintendent Dr. Mark Toback

    Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Mark Toback, and Mayor Christopher Vergano are proud to be sponsoring the annual “Community Forum”. This anti-drug initiative is specifically designed to provide parents and guardians of middle and high school students with updated information about the most current drug trends including opiates and prescription drug abuse in our community and New Jersey. This year’s “Community Forum” is graciously sponsored by the Wayne Education Association, the Albert Anthony Kayal Foundation and the Wayne Alliance for the Prevention of Substance Abuse and will be held on Wednesday, May 29th, 2019 from 7pm-9pm at the Wayne Valley High School auditorium located at 551 Valley Road. This year’s program will feature former pro basketball player Chris Herren who will speak about his addiction and recovery.

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    The annual Wayne Day event is being held at the open grass fields behind Wayne Valley High School, 551 Valley Road, on Sunday, June 9, 2019 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. rain or shine. This year marks the 27th anniversary of Wayne Day and will prove to be a spectacular day for all who attend. The day will be filled with live music, kiddie rides, dunk tank participation, a petting zoo, reptile viewing zoo, and pony rides. In addition, there will be magician shows and BMX Bicycle Stunt Ramp shows.

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