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Teachers Miss Their students But Make the Best of the Situation

By Danielle Cohen and Maya Kachroo

May 4, 2020

As time in quarantine goes on, Distance Learning has become the new norm for students and teachers alike. Most people, through difficulty, have become accustomed to the new form of learning, as there is little hope for change...

Peter Strandes is Named Educator of the Year

By Nicole Joachim and Tanasia Weaver

March 3, 2017

The Wayne Education Association recently named Peter Strandes the Educator of the Year for 2017. Strandes is an Algebra II teacher and a coach for the WHHS ski team. He has been a teacher at WHHS for 10 out of his 19-year teaching...

The New Wayne Hills High School Nurse!

By Tanasia Weaver, Staff Writer

November 16, 2016

Our next new faculty feature is about Ms. Eke, Hills' new school nurse! Ms. Eke graduated from Seton Hall University, and worked as a nurse for 38 years and a certified school nurse for 18.  She is originally from Hasbrouck...

New Teachers at Hills (Eileen Kinne)

By Tanasia Weaver, Staff Writer

October 27, 2016

As we walk the hallways and see the friendly and familiar faces of our beloved teachers, you may be surprised to see some new faces around Hills.  We conducted a survey to find out some interesting facts about the new teache...

Governor’s Educators of the Year

By Carly Polay and Morgan Cassidy

March 10, 2016

This year, the Wayne Township public school system is recognizing our awarded Governor's Educators of the Year. The award highlights educational innovation, student achievement, the rewards of teaching, and important services o...

​New Faces at Wayne Hills

By Jessica Moore

October 14, 2015

This week's featured teacher is a mid-year addition named Brianne Koribanick. Koribanick describes graduating college and becoming an english teacher at WHHS to be the best thing that has ever happened to her. She has a serious...

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