Attention Class of 2016!
You must call Photography by JAY, Swoyersville, to schedule your Senior yearbook headshot. Appointments are available starting June 17th. The cost is only $10 for the session and includes complimentary retouching for the yearbook image. Photography deadline is September 30th, so call today 570-288-1706.
If you choose to not have a studio session, JAY will photograph you on the underclassmen picture day. Yearbook images are allowed ONLY from Photography by JAY. Call Photography by JAY with any questions or to schedule your appointment. 570-288-1706
The U.S. Dept of Food and Nutrition asks that all School Districts post the availability of receiving summer meals. Since the Wyoming Valley West School District does not provide Outreach for Breakfast or advertise summer meals , you may visit the following link for more information: www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocks
WVW Girls Basketball will hold open gym throughout the summer at the following times:
Grades 7 & 8 - Thursdays from 5pm to 7pm - Middle School Gym
Grades 9 - 12 - Mondays and Fridays from 5pm to 7pm - High School Gym
The ceremony can also be viewed on most smart phones or tablets by downloading the free High School Cube app from either the iTunes Store or Google Play.
2015 Commencement Link:
Wyoming Valley West Cube Page:
- WVW plays in State Finals
June 12, 2015Medlar Field at Lubrano Park, PSU
- Baseball Championships to be held at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park, PSU.
Photo Credit : Photography by JAY.
First row, seated from the left, Mike Pollick, David Gavlick, Tyler Norton, Brady Straussman, Ryan Bird, Matthew Evans, Richard Sott. Second row, from left, Damian Davies, Dominick Bayo, Dillon Yuhas, Juston Montalvo, Josh Hospodar, Mark Popsin, Christopher Lupole, Chad Romanowski, Justin Vought. Third row, from left, Charles Whited, David McCue, Grant Powell, Billy Gregory, Logan Zavada, Tyler Yankosky, Jamie Lapidus, Eric Raitter, Brandon Techmanski, Mark Baron, Ryan Hogan, and Coach John Milus
Photo credit Tyler McNulty and Alexa Biscotto.
On behalf of the administration, Mr. Novrocki, Principal, extended thanks to Mrs. Granhan and Mrs. Keating for organizing an outstanding Senior Tea event. He stated "I haven't been here for a few years, and I thought that it was one of the best. Mr. Suppon and I received many compliments, especially ones that told us how great it is that we have some rich traditions at WVW." Mr. Novrocki credited and thanked Aramark and everyone who helped, including Mrs. Wojciechowski for leading the string ensemble.
Members of the Junior Class at Wyoming Valley West High School, recently participated in the annual Rotary Club essay contest with the Plymouth Rotary. One essay winner is chosen from each Rotary club to compete against other essay winners within the Rotary district. Front row, from left: Karie Yefko, Rotarian; Christina Sickler, English teacher; Helia Hosseinpour, winner; Sarah Bozinko, English teacher. Back Row: John Karavis, President; Eric Cheatley, Rotarian; Alex Hargrave, runner-up; Joseph Paglianite, Rotarian; Youngeun Park, runner-up; Andriana Christoforatos, runner-up; Caleb Trojan, runner-up; Janet Franchella, Rotarian; Budd O'Malia, Past District Governor.
Wyoming Valley West High School Student Council recently hosted its annual Faculty vs. Seniors basketball games. All proceeds from the event were donated to the Center for Wellness at Candy's Place. A check for $400 was presented to the staff at Candy's Rainbow Walk in Kirby Park. From left: Christina Sickler, adviser; Kara Romanowski, Lauren Hannagan, corresponding secretary; Priya Majamundar, Sweta Patel, Keya Patel, Sophie Rittenhouse, and Mike Chmiola, adviser.
Members of Wyoming Valley West High School Student Council sponsored a Donation Day for MDA and assisted racers at the Fourth Annual Max Fine 5K. The event is headed by Mike and Jeff Fine, Wyoming Valley West Alumni. From left: Laura Thompson, Jackie Lindsey, Sophie Rittenhouse, and Sweta Patel. Middle Row: Julie Green, Tyler McNulty, Young Eun Park, and James Dal Santo. Back Row: Christina Sickler, Bethany Lindsey, and Brent Wilbur.
Wyoming Valley West High School Student Council recently held a donation day and volunteered at the WVCA 'Do It for the Kids' Annual Walk-a-Thon. From left: Sweta Patel, Christina Sickler, adviser; Turkey Hilda, and Young Eun Park, recording secretary.
Wyoming Valley West High School recently chose their April Senior Students of the Month. Pictured from left, Dave Novrocki, principal; Brady Davison, Collin Hanson, Megan Kane, Ashlee Harry, Chris Barnic, assistant principal; Dave Robbins, assistant principal.
Photo credit: Caitlin Hargrave and Stephen Via
Congratulations to our team! Seniors Dan Taren, Brian Grodzki, and Keefe McDougal placed second in their team performance event "Hospitality Management." Due to their tremendous success they have qualified to compete at the National Leadership Conference to be held at Chicago, Illinois from June 27th to July 3rd.
Juniors Helia Hosseinpour, Bill Stone, and Karen Pickering who placed sixth in their team performance event "Network Design."
FBLA members who represented Wyoming Valley West at the PA FBLA State Leadership Conference: Standing first row, from left ,Karen Pickering, Melinda Holena, Lauren Greenwald, Mackenzie Rood, Stephanie Krasson, Bethany Lindsey, Caitlin Hargrave, Julia Crossin, Abigail Carr, Carly Thomas, Yivonne Laurito, Olivia Winters. Second row from left, Josh Hospodar, Jacob McDonnell, Daylen Kasper, Timothy Reams, Andrew Kerrigan, Keefe McDougal, Daniel Taren, Helia Hosseipour, Mitchel Forgash. Third row, from left, Joseph Burridge, Nathan Williams, Brian Grodski, William Stone, Jaime Lupidus, L.J. Wesneski, Jonathan Gruver, Jason Wall, Hunter McGrane, Nikolas Lecce, Collin Hanson.
Photo Credit: Sydney Fry
Wyoming Valley West High School recently announced their Senior Students of the month for March 2015. Pictured from left Dave Robbins, assistant principal; Hollis Langley, Sophie Rittenhouse, Lauren Hannagan, and Keefe McDougal.
The Wyoming Valley West Art club and high school Art students under the direction of Mrs. Erin Murray are working on a community project to restore the Nativity from the Forty Fort United Methodist church.
Students in Mrs. Wills’ honors chemistry classes recently completed a cross-curricular ‘mole’ project which demonstrated their combined knowledge of chemistry, creative/narrative writing, and artistic composition. Students were required to design and create a mole and write a story about their mole. In their stories students were required to use terminology learned in class, as well as, the inclusion of science vocabulary words learned in previous science classes.
Science Olympiad is an American elementary school, middle school and high school team competition in which students compete in 'events' pertaining to various scientific disciplines, including earth science, biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering. Over 6,700 teams from 50 U.S. states compete each year. There are multiple levels of competition; invitational, regional, state, and national. In addition, some states or private groups offer 'invitational' tournaments which serve as practice for regional and state competitions. Teams which excel at regional competitions advance to the state, and then to the national level. Winners later receive several kinds of awards from ribbons to trophies.
Wyoming Valley West has entered two teams in the competition. The ‘B’ team is comprised of 6th through 9th grade students and the ‘C’ teams members are in 10th through 12th grade. WVW faculty assists the team members with instructions and questions regarding their events but the students do the majority of work on their own.
Science Olympiad ‘B’ Team members
First Row: Nikolas Slivinski, Isabelle Polgar, Megan Dennis, Stone Magagna, Brendan Woods
Second Row: Olivia Langley, Mollie McFarland, Emily Matthews, Alec Ryncavage, Cody Ramos, Brandon Lantz, Carolyn Antall
Third Row: Sebastian Allen, Coach Karen Wills, Eric, Lawson, Gabe Gillespie, Mitch Forgash, Elizabeth Trojan, Coach Sandra Labashosky
Sciene Olympiad ‘C’ Team members
First row: Young Eun Park, Katie Meighan, Megan Menzel, Roshan Patel, Alex Brandreth
Second row: Coach Tom Tasco, Madison Yoh, Samantha Pritchard, Helia Hosseipour, Kara Romanowksi, Lauren Hannagan, Julie Green, Elizabeth Wood, Davis Weaver, Jon Derhammer
Third row; Bill Stone, Eric Acosta, Connor Gaffney, Coach Diane Gordon, Keefe McDougal, Ryan Bird
Leann Mahalick missing from photo.
Please check our new Community page, located in the top menu bar, for announcements and information from local organizations.
Student Council is collecting non-perishable food items for the Holy Family Food Pantry and for Spartan Food Baskets which will be distributed to fellow Spartans in November and December.November pick-up: Monday, November 24 (beginning of period 8)
December pick-up: Monday, December 15 (beginning of period 8)
Please send an email if you require food pick-up on November 24 or December 15. Special arrangements can also be made, if food pick-up needs to take place beforehand. Please call x12202 or email email@example.com
English 11 Honors
English 10 Honors
English 9 Honors
Students may contact the teachers of the courses or the Department Chair, Mr. Thomas Griffith with questions.