Wayne Hills High School General Information


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        Dear Patriot Families,

        Hello all.  We are excited to start another year here at Wayne Hills High School.  I hope all of you are recharged and refreshed from your Summer with friends and family.

        A few reminders:

        • Incoming Freshmen Orientation- Tuesday,August 29th @ 10 AM in our auditorium.  
        • 1st day of Classes for students-Wednesday September 6th, 2023.  We will have an All Periods Meet Day.  The schedule is on the right hand column of your child's schedule.
        • Back to School night is Thursday, September 28th at 6:30 pm

        If you have any questions, please contact the main office at 973-317-2001, 2002, or 2003

        Mr. Rewick
        Wayne Hills HS

      Attendance Reporting

      • Student Attendance Reporting

        All absences from school need to be reported.  To report absences please follow the directions below.

        1. Call the school at 973-317-2000.
        2. At the prompt, Press (3).
        3. At the prompt, Press (1).
        4. Please leave your child’s name, (include the spelling of his/her last name),grade, and reason for their absence

      Additional Information

      • Mission Statement

      • WHHS Code of Conduct

      • Student Responsibilities Handbook

      • Driving Directions

      • WHHS Calendar

      • Schedules

      • Lunch Menu

      Be Proud Program

      • The Be Proud Program is sponsored by the Wayne Board of Education to offer High School students an opportunity to join a voluntary drug and alcohol prevention program.

        It provides students a way, along with their peers, to take a collective stand against all substance abuse and receive support and validation in selecting a healthy lifestyle.  During their high school years, Be Proud members pledge to remain drug and alcohol-free and submit to random voluntary screening.  Participation in the program is kept confidential.

        Random testing takes place each week throughout the school year.  Each participating student's identification number is placed into a pool.  Students are randomly selected from all program participants using a computer-generated algorithm that identifies students by number.  A positive test result in the Wayne Board of Education's Voluntary Random Drug Testing Policy being activated.  Parents and students will be notified of any tests and their results.

        See the Be Proud Brochure for more information.

        For further information, contact:

        Wayne Valley - Mr. Martinez

        Wayne Hills - Ms. Stofey