District Announcements

  • NOW OPEN! Kindergarten and New 1st Grade Registration.

    The 2020-2021 Kindergarten and New 1st Grade Registration is now OPEN. The Two Part Process must be completed: 1) Online Application and 2) Schedule An In-PersonAppointment. Click Learn More for the Registration Page.

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  • National School Counseling Week

    At the February 6, 2020 Regular meeting, the Wayne Board of Education recognized February 3-7, 2020 as National School Counseling Week. Click Learn More for the press release.

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  • A Message from the Superintendent of Schools

    Dear Staff and Parents: As part of our wellness efforts, we want to share preventive measures we are taking in our buildings during this cold and flu season as we closely monitor the news about the Coronavirus. Click Learn More for the full message.

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  • Class III Officers

    Two Additional Class III Special Law Enforcement Officers were approved at the January 23rd meeting of the Board of Education. These officers will serve at the elementary schools on a rotating basis beginning in February 2020. Superintendent, Dr. Mark Toback, commented, “We are thrilled that Class III Law Enforcement Officers Brent Cannon and John Costabile will be assigned to our elementary schools. Click Learn More for more information.

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  • Mr. Patrick Slater Named Passaic County Teacher of the Year

    (Wayne, NJ) – The Wayne Township Public Schools are proud to share that Patrick Slater, a longtime Technology Teacher at Wayne Valley High School, was named the 2019-2020 Passaic County Teacher of the Year by the New Jersey Department of Education. Mr. Slater enjoys learning new things and helping others do the same. He spent the past two decades teaching in environments ranging from an inner-city middle school to an Ivy League graduate program. He dedicated his career to developing high-quality classes to introduce high school students to design, visualization, and technology. He is also a former track coach where he specialized in the hurdle events.

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