District Announcements
Construction and Renovation of New High School Science Labs Approved
The Wayne Township Board of Education recently approved a $455,000 project that will lead to three new science labs and a variety of electrical upgrades at Wayne Valley and Wayne Hills High Schools.  The Wayne Township Board of Education is planning to invest significantly in the quality of district lab spaces.   The Board feels it is of the utmost importance students be afforded access to learning environments that stimulate strong growth in scientific thinking and understanding through hands-on learning opportunities.  This $455,000 project is the first phase of a multi-year project that will lead to a complete renovation of all high school science classrooms over the next three years.  Click here for the complete article.
Board of Education Appoints New Administrators
Wayne, New Jersey - The Wayne Township Board of Education recently appointed four administrators for the 2017-2018 school year.  Superintendent of Schools Mark Toback recently commented, “We are fortunate to have excellent candidates to fill such important positions.  The candidates all have something in common.  They have a history of holding themselves to the highest professional standards and they all have great prior work experiences that will benefit our school system. I am also pleased to note that two of the four appointees are current school district employees that have been promoted.”  Please click here for full press release.
Revised 2017-2018 School Calendar
The 2017-2018 School Calendar has been revised to add a minimal day on Friday, December 22, 2017, prior to the Holiday Recess.  Please click here for the revised calendar.
No Place For Hate

Dear Parents:  The Wayne Township Public Schools believes that students thrive academically, socially and personally when they feel safe and respected, no matter their background or beliefs.  We are committed to fostering a culture free from bias, bullying and name-calling, where students feel empowered to embrace diversity in themselves and in others.  As part of our continued efforts to maintain a welcoming and inclusive environment, this year we are excited to introduce the No Place for Hate®program to our schools.  Please click here for more information and the letter from Superintendent, Dr. Mark Toback.

2017-2018 Back to School Forms
Preparation for the 2017-2018 school year has begun, and the new Back to School student forms packet is available.  Please click here.
Ryerson's Announcements
Huskie Reading Challenge
Click HERE for information.  October reading logs are due by November 3, 2017
PreK-2nd grade October reading log 
3rd-5th grade October Reading log

Storybook Pumpkin Patch
Click HERE for information.
Click HERE for description sheet that must be submitted with pumpkin.
September 7: First Day of School
September 12: PTO Meeting 6:45 PM
September 19: Back to School Night 6:30-8:00 PM
September 21 & 22: School closed- Rosh Hashanah
September 26: Picture Day
September 29: PTO Family Fun Night- Movie 6:30 PM (rain date Oct 6)
October 3: Class Parent Coffee 9:30-10:30 AM  
October 6: Kindness Ninja Assembly

Knowing Your Reader
Your child's independent level informs you of your child’s “just right’ reading level, a level where your child can read comfortably with fluency and understanding.  Please click HERE  to see the specifics for each level.

Click HERE for a list of guided reading questions Parents and Guardians can use when reading with their children to help develop them as readers.
Ice Cream Social
Please join us for the PTO sponsored Ice Cream Social on Tuesday, September 5th from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. on the blacktop in the rear of the building.