(Wayne, New Jersey) - At the regular meeting of August 18th, the Wayne Board of Education approved five district goals for the 22-23 school year. Each of the goals addresses issues that are immediately important to students, staff, and the community. Superintendent of Schools Dr. Mark Toback noted, “We are proud to present a set of meaningful goals that will move the Wayne Township Public Schools forward in many important ways. From developing new programs that will best meet the needs of our special education students, to finding new ways to place our students in the best possible position for post-secondary success, to further develop our system for providing additional academic support as we recover from the pandemic, it is clear that our students will be the primary beneficiaries. For staff members, we are looking to help them by identifying new software that will help maximize their work and better engage with their students. We are also seeking out new ways to support Wayne families by expanding our already successful before care and after care programs. One last goal that remains in development is related to the facilities referendum that has been a topic of discussion over the past year.