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- Picture Make-Up Day
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
News and Announcements
Message from Kingston PD Regarding Football Games

Due to the issues at the WVW football game held on Friday September 16, 2016, the following will be set in place by the Kingston Police Department in order to alleviate any volatile issues and for safety concerns at WVW football games.
  • No book bags, footballs, bikes permitted inside the stadium.
  • Anyone that leaves the stadium will not be permitted back into the stadium until the end of the third quarter.
  • Gates that are open free of charge to the game will not open until the end of the third quarter.
Thank you for your cooperation.

Michael Krzywicki
Chief of Police
Kingston Police Department

WVW 2016 yearbooks are on sale during all lunches for $70.00. Don't miss out on the 50th anniversary edition!!† Checks can be made†payable to†the WVW activity fund.

Dress Code
2016-2017 Bus Schedule
Cafeteria Purchase and Insufficient Funds Policy
2016-2017 School Calendar
Class 2017 Senior Portrait Information
Yearbook Portrait Time for 2017 Seniors!!

All WVW Seniors must be photographed by KDP Studio before August 20, 2016 to be included in the yearbook. No exceptions. Images from other photographers will NOT be accepted.

Book your appointment before July 29, 2016 to receive the discounted sitting fee.
KDP Studio, 900 Rutter Ave, 2nd floor, Forty Fort, PA 18704.

WVW Student Council Support Wyoming Valley Children's Association
Members of Student Council recently provided assistance as intersection spotters at the annual Wyoming Valley Children's Association "Do It for the Kids" Walk-a-thon and made a monetary donation.

From left: Tyler Wozniak, historian;†Tyler McNulty, parliamentarian; Sweta Patel, vice-president; Turkey Hilda; Turkey Hill mascot; Christina Sickler, advisor; and Youngeun Park, president.

WVW Students Support 5th Annual Max Fine
Members of Student Council recently volunteered at the 5th Annual Max Fine 5K. The event is coordinated by Michael and Jeffrey Fine, alumni of Wyoming Valley West in honor of their father Max Fine, a 1968 graduate of Wyoming Valley West. Through the efforts of the student body, Wyoming Valley West raised enough funds to receive gold sponsor status. All proceeds benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

From left: Michael Fine, race coordinator; Max Fine, grandson of Max Fine; Keya Patel, Prachi Majamundar, Christina Sickler,†and Sweta Patel. Second Row: Dhaval Patel, Priya Majamundar, Youngeun Park, and Laura Thompson. Back Row: Helia Hosseinpour, James Dal Santo, Tyler Wozniak, Kyra Yaglowski, and Abby Bonczewski.
Order your 2016 Yearbook now
2016 Yearbook orders, $70.00 : http://www.jostensyearbooks.com

Support the students with an Ad:† http://www.jostens.com/yearbookads

"Yearbook ads are on sale now! Last day to order: 5/15/2016
Parents of Seniors and Business Owners:††
Create a custom color ad for your senior or business. Online purchases only.

Full page 300.00
1/2 page 150.00
1/4 page 75.00
1/8 page 40.00

Thank you for your patronage!
WVW Charge Policy

The Wyoming Valley West School District Cafeteria is serviced with a student account system. †This system is a pre-paid program that allows students to deposit their meal money into their meal accounts to be used to purchase meals, snacks, and beverages. †Please read the following policy on making deposits, charging to your studentsí accounts, and payments returned due to insufficient funds.
Interim Literary Arts Magazine Recognized Nationally
Wyoming Valley West High Schoolís Interim Literary Arts Magazine has earned national recognition in multiple competitions designed for high school literary arts magazines. The 2014-2015 edition, Interimís Day Off, earned multiple awards. The National Council of Teachers of English awarded it a rank of excellent, putting it in the top tenth percentile nationwide. The American Scholastic Press Association awarded the same edition with First Place with Special Merit and Outstanding Design/Layout. This is the seventh consecutive year the club has earned awards for its publication. The club is advised by Mrs. Karin (Sopp) Ulitchney, English teacher.

Front row, left to right: Erica Thomas, Natalie Kerrigan, Joshua Miller, Alexis Dubois, Whitney Morris; Middle row: Alexis Peele, Courtney Borland, Olivia Caraballo, Jonathan Biller, Lou Brennan Sheylah Silva, Beth Sims; Back row: Youngeun Park, Samantha Packer, Alexandra Hargrave, Tyler McNulty, Madison Matello, Samantha Pritchard, Dani Iorio

WVW Grant Powell signs
Wyoming Valley West's Grant Powell recently decided to further his academic and baseball career at Lackawanna College.

Front row from left, Bruce Thompson, coach; Michelle McCabe, mother; Grant; Madeline Powell, sister; Joe Tomachick, coach. Second row, from left, Dave Novrocki, principal; Sandy MacKay, athletic director; John Milus, coach; Ron Chiavacci, trainer; Chris Barnic, assistant principal; Dave Robbins, assistant principal.

WVW's Justin Montalvo signs
Wyoming Valley West's Justin Montalvo recently decided to further his academic and baseball career at Lackawanna College.

Front row from left, Bruce Thompson, coach; June Montalvo, mother; Justin; Edwin Montalvo, father; Joe Tomachick, coach. Second row from left, Dave Novrocki, principal; Sandy MacKay, athletic director; John Milus, coach; Chris Barnic, assistant principal; Dave Robbins, assistant principal.

December Students of the Month
WVW celebrates the December 2015 Students of the Month.

Photo credit: August Palchanis

Wyoming Valley West High School recently chose their December Senior students of the month. From left are Mr. Dave Novrocki, principal; Alexandria Hargrave; Emily Welgoss; Mackenzie Bittle; Conner Gaffney.

Dress Code Policy
Donation Day at High School
Student Council Donation Day will take place on Friday, December 18th.† Proceeds will benefit Kids at Christmas, which gives children the chance to experience the joys of the holiday season who may otherwise not.
Student Council Donates to Community Project

Student Council members celebrate a successful November Food Drive project. The guidance counselors, Aramark, Plymouth Rotary, and the students, faculty, and staff at Wyoming Valley West High School collected and organize non-perishable food items to pair with turkey, potatoes, pumpkin pie, and rolls in food baskets which will be delivered to local families for Thanksgiving.

From left: Christina Sickler, Sweta Patel, Tyler McNulty, Kyra Yaglowski, Youngeun Park, Abby Bonczewski, and Joe Paglianite. Back row: Mike Chmiola, and John Karavis.

November Students of the Month

Photo credit: August Palchanis

Wyoming Valley West High School recently chose their November Senior Students of the Month. Front row, from left, Jackson Williams, Helia Hosseinpour, Pratchi Majamundar,†Tyler Wozniak.†Second row, from left, Dave Robbins, assistant principal; Chris Barnic, assistant principal; Dave Novrocki, principal.

WVW High School Honors Veterans

Members of the Wyoming Valley West Student Council and Band performed musical selections and offered words of appreciate to honor veteran's at the monument in Plymouth.
From left: Mr. Mazur, American Legion Commander; Joe Konopke, Allura Dixon, Jared Grossman, Mr. Kolojejchick, Band Director;† Caroline Keeler, John Shimp, Miss Sickler, Student Council Advisor; Adam Sivak, Youngeun Park, Student Council president; Frankie Bellia, Nicole McNelis, Jacob Carver, Max Angleroth, Nick Angleroth, and Adam Harbaugh.

Cardboard Regatta STEM Project

Engineering Concepts 2†​and Robotics classes taught by Mrs. Diane Gordon competed in a Cardboard Regatta (or Cardboard Boat Race).† The STEM project required students to design and construct a boat suitable for two rowers using only cardboard and duct tape. The students then raced their creations in the high school pool.† Seven teams competed in the event. The student team of Ryan Bird, Jon Derhammer and Kevin Fegal won the event.†
October Students of the Month

Wyoming Valley West High School recently chose their October Students of the Month.

Photo credit August Palchanis

Pictured from left are Assistant Principal†Chris Barnic, Principal Dave Novrocki, Hunnter Maxwell, Megan Menzel, Youngeun Park, Elizabeth Wood, Assistant Principal Dave Robbins.

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