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News and Announcements
Attendance and Social Probation Policies

The Wyoming Valley West School Board has adopted the following policies for Attendance and Social Probation.á A permanent copy will be available under About WVW - District Policies left navigation menu.á Please click the links below to download.

Attendance Policy (PDF)

Social Probation Policy (PDF)
Wyoming Valley West PROSPER program

FREEáStrengthening Families Program - for every family!

The Wyoming Valley West PROSPER team invites you and your 5th or 6th grader to participate in The Strengthening Families Program: For Parents and Youth 10-14. á It's a freeáprogram designed to enhance parenting skills, build life skills in youth, strengthen family bonds and communication and have fun together.á Plus, theáprogram offers free childcare, a family meal and incentives.

If your child is in 5th or 6th grade at the Wyoming Valley West School District and you would like to attend, register today! Contact Robert Keenan, the 6th grade guidance counselor at 287-2131 or Melissa Tomascik, the PROSPER Team Leader, Penn State Extension at 825-1701. The program begins September 23 and 24, 2014.
Click here to download the application.


Keystone Information for Parents and Guardians
Registration
Registration (K-12)

To register your child for the current or upcoming school year, please use the below link to register your child online.  At the end of process, please use the Appointment Scheduler to set up a date and time to meet with the registrar to complete your child's registration.

Online Registration - Click Here to Begin

Items that must be brought to your appointment include the following:

Child's Birth Certificate
Social Security Card
Immunization Record
Proof of Residency (Utility Bill preferred)

Please call our District Office at 570-288-6551 option 1 should you have any questions.



LCCC Early College Program
LCCC's Early College Program offers high achieving juniors and seniors the opportunity to earn college credits while attending high school.  The credits earned will become part of the student's college transcript, which will be applied towards their post-secondary educational goals.

For more information click on this link.


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