The updated American Rescue Plan will be reviewed at the December 1, 2022 Board of Education meeting. The plan must be consistent with current CDC and NJDOH guidance and updated every 6 months or as new guidance is released. This update is part of our required follow-up submissions to the NJDOE.
(Wayne, NJ) – On Thursday, November 17, the Wayne Board of Education recognized 64 students for their academic achievements with the National Merit and Advanced Placement Scholarship Program. The National Merit® Scholarship Program is an annual academic competition to recognize student achievement and to award undergraduate scholarships. Established in 1955, the program is open to all U.S. high school students who meet participation requirements.
WHEREAS, the State of New Jersey has enacted P.L. 2007, c.53, An Act Concerning School District Accountability ("Act"); and WHEREAS, Section 5 of the Act amended N.J.S.A. lBA:11-11 to require boards of education to provide public notice 10 daysprior to the renegotiation, extension, amendment, or alteration of an employment contract with the superintendent of schools, assistant superintendent of schools, or school business administrator;
(Wayne, New Jersey) - The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF) today announced that Wayne Valley is one of 38 high schools from across the country selected to receive a $5,000 grant to support its ProStart culinary and restaurant management program through the Rachael Ray Foundation ProStart Grow Grant program.
September 30, 2022 - 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.
Wayne Township Public Schools attended Wayne Day on September 18th. At the WTPS booth, we displayed a video showcasing the many Facilities Department upgrades completed in the district for the school year 2022-2023 and a video about the first day of school at all of the 15 buildings.
September 19, 2022 - Dear Parents and Guardians: Over the past few weeks, parents and guardians have had the opportunity to review the specific lesson plans related to the new health and physical education standards. Starting today, we are asking our parent community to continue to review the lessons and make a final decision about opting out and then make your request to opt your child out of these lessons using the district form.
Wayne Township Public Schools are excited to announce a partnership with HomeTown Ticketing for the 2022-2023 school year. Use the QR codes to purchase tickets to WHHS and WVHS football games or download the Hometown Fan App.
After many months of debate and community feedback regarding the New Jersey Department of Education Health and Physical Education Standards, the Wayne Board of Education approved specific lesson plans that were created by Wayne teachers which will be delivered to students for the first time later this fall.
During the ongoing pandemic recovery, the New Jersey Department of Education applied for federal testing waivers which requires school districts to ensure students take a benchmark assessment at the onset of the new school year in order to collect data on potential learning loss, provide teachers with early intervention data, and also provide parents with timely information about their children's current progress and potential learning needs.