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District Announcements
Teacher Appreciation Week--A Message from the Superintendent of Schools
Every school day, the 806 teachers working in the Wayne Township Public Schools deliver over 5,000 lessons to their students.  Quietly, they deliver lessons that change lives and inspire students.   They often give students much more to think about after school besides their homework.  There are countless examples of our teachers extending themselves well after the final bell.

Today is a special day to celebrate our teachers.  On behalf of the Wayne Township Board of Education and the administration, it is my pleasure to express sincere appreciation for their excellent work and dedication.   We thank our teachers for being models of patience, honesty, wisdom, responsibility, generosity and for their commitment to lifelong learning. 

  
Sincerely,
Mark Toback
Superintendent of Schools
Unused Emergency Days and Memorial Day Break
Currently, the district used two of four emergency days.  With the two remaining, the Board approved extending the Memorial Day break to include Friday, May 27 and Tuesday, May 31.  In the event that one additional emergency day is needed, the Memorial Day break will only be extended to include Friday, May 27.
"In a Different Key: The Story of Autism" Book Discussion
Please join the Department of Student Support Services, Wayne Special Parent Association, and Wayne Public Library Foundation for a book discussion, In A Different Key: The Story of Autism by John Donovan and Caren Zucker. This event will be held on Tuesday,
May 3, at 7:00 pm in the Wayne Public Library. Please click here for further information.
Reminder - Wayne Community Forum, Tuesday, May 3rd
We are honored to have the opportunity to partner with Mayor Vergano and the Wayne Township Police Department to present the "Wayne Community Forum, Let's Hear from the Kids", an anti-drug initiative designed to provide updated information about the most current drug trends in our area. We hope to see you and your child at this special and informative event on Tuesday, May 3rd, at 7:00 p.m. in the Wayne Hills High School auditorium. A letter with more details has been sent to all parents and guardians of middle and high school students. Click here for a copy of the letter from Mayor Christopher Vergano and Superintendent Dr. Mark Toback.
2016 Summer Camp Opportunities
The Wayne Education Foundation is pleased to offer their 2016 Summer Camp schedule.  All camps will be held at Wayne Hills High School during the weeks of July 11-15; July 18-22; and July 25-29.  All camps are instructed by certified teachers to provide a higher quality camp experience.

Register early as the classes will close when they reach maximum participants.  There are many fun-filled camps to choose from including Camp Adventure; Instrumental Camp; New Game Development; Art Camps; Mad Scientist; Kindergarten Enrichment; K-12 Interactive Camps, and a 3-week Arts Quest Theater Arts Camp featuring Disney’s Beauty and the Beast.  Click here to view the flyer.  For more information and to download the application and camp brochure, which include frequently asked questions and answers, click here.   
School Announcements
UPDATED PARCC Testing Dates

Testing Windows for the PARCC Assessment

Grade 6: April 12 through April 19
Grade 8: April 21 through April 29
Grade 7: May 2 through May 9 
Make-up Testing: May 10 through May 13 

* The above 8th and 7th grade dates have been adjusted*
*Students will test each morning on the above dates*


 


The AW Windows Art Show

Come view the incredible art work of our talented Windows Arts students in
the AW Media Center on Wednesday, May 11th from 4pm to 7pm.



 


Important 8th Grade Celebration Info
Our Eighth Grade Celebration will be held on Wednesday, June 22nd at the Brownstone in Paterson.  All eighth grade students must complete and return the attached permission slip no later than Thursday, May 26th.  As detailed in the attached memo, the PTO is asking that each child contribute to the celebration.  Please click here to access the important memo and permission slip from Mr. Aulenbach.  
Additionally, you can click here to access important information regarding expectations and procedures from the Wayne Alliance.

Spring Concert Dates

Come support our talented chorus and band members!

Thursday, May 5th at 7:30pm- Spring Choral Concert

Monday, May 23rd at 7:00pm- 7th/8th Grade Spring Band Concert

Tuesday, May 24th at 7:00pm- 6th Grade Band and Jazz Band Spring Concert


 
 
6th Grade Orientation

Attention Parents of all Current JFK, Lafayette & Fallon 5th Grade Students

AWMS 6th Grade Orientation will be held on Thursday, May 26th at 7PM.

You can access more information from Mr. Aulenbach regarding the orientation by clicking this link.
 

Anthony Wayne Middle School • 201 Garside Avenue, Wayne, NJ 07470 • Phone: 973-389-2120

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