If you are planning to attend the Snow Ball Semi-Formal on December 16th, please be sure to refer to the following documents:
Penn State Offering SAT Exam Test Prep
Increase your skills in mathematics, critical reading and writing.
Penn State Worthington Scranton's SAT Review Course offers high school students the opportunity to prepare for these exams in a number of ways.
By utilizing SAT-produced materials and practicing with retired test questions, students become familiar with the time issues and flow of the test; also, they review subject matter with instructors and develop strategies to successfully take the test.
This review helps students find a level of confidence and attitude that will take them to their highest potential on the exam.
Spring 2108 SAT reviews are for March, May & June 2018 SAT test dates.
Dates: Wednesdays, January 17 - February 28, 2018
Times: 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Please register for both Math and Verbal portions of the complete Test Prep program at http://worthingtonscranton.psu.edu/youth-programs.
For more information: please call (570) 963-2600.
The Online Yearbook Store is Available Now!!
Your WAHS Yearbook staff is hard at work making this year's great photos, stories, and memories come to life in an amazing yearbook just for you. So now is your chance to own your history, see your life, your friends, your school, and your community - all beautifully captured in Wallenpaupack's 2018 yearbook. It's sure to last a lifetime. Why are you waiting? Yearbooks are normally $65, but if you order before January 31st, 2018, it's only $50.00! You can order online by clicking the button above!
WAHS Students Attend Women in Science Symposium
Forty Wallenpaupack students attended the 3rd Annual Women in Science Symposium at Woodloch Resort. Hosted by Wayne Pike Workforce Alliance and Lacawac Sanctuary, the event provided a unique opportunity for students to hear the professional and personal experiences of successful female science and environmental leaders. These STEM professionals encouraged students to pursue careers and take part in career conversations. Additionally, students participated in a Q & A with the panelists and could meet with representatives from colleges, universities, businesses and organizations offering valuable STEM program information.
Dress Code InformationThe Wallenpaupack Area School District has revised the dress code for the High School and Middle School. Students and parents should become familiar with the guidelines before shopping for school clothes. The guidelines can be found here.
Helping PA Students Get Ready and Transition to CollegeGettingThemThere.com offers a one-stop location to help Pennsylvania school counselors, students, and parents understand and navigate the going-to-college process in Pennsylvania. Materials on the site help all students - students with learning disabilities, high performing students, student athletes, career and technical students and other students needing the best advice about the college transition. Of particular interest are the materials to help Career and Technical Education students take advantage of the free college credits awarded as part of the SOAR/Program of Study initiative from the Bureau of Career and Technical Education.
GettingThemThere.com combines materials created as part of contracts with Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency's Creating Postsecondary Access Grants (PHEAA - CAPS) and materials created through the Career Development Leader's Network with PA Department of Education's Bureau of Career and Technical Education. Monica McCarty, a PA school counselor and certified school psychologist was a key contributor. The website is maintained by Outreach for K-12 at Pennsylvania College of Technology. Outreach for K-12 also maintains the PACareerStandards.com Toolkit for the implementation of the PA Career Education and Work Academic Standards.
Working PapersClick on the Student Information link and follow the instructions for obtaining the Application for Working Papers.
To report a student absent, between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m.
Please include: your name, student's name, date and reason for absence. If you have children in more than one building, each building must be contacted.
For more information, please see the Parent/Student Handbook.
Accessing Athletic Schedules & District Events
Please Note: Schedulestar.com has shown incompatibilities with Internet Explorer 8 (the last version available to Windows XP). It is recommended that you use a newer version of Internet Explorer (for Windows 7 and above) or Firefox or Google Chrome to access this site.
Please use schedulestar.com to access all schedules. Instructions for navigating schedulstar.com can be found here. Instructions for registering on ScheduleStar and receiving alerts when schedules change can be found here.