Constitution Day-4th grade class leads singing of National Anthem.
WREC Mosaic Project on Chestnut St.
5th gr. studies states/capitals on playground.
Digital Citizenship Presenters
WREC is Committed to Excellence.
Testing for the 1:1 Initiative
The 300 hallway at WHEC gets a facelift!
The 400 hallway at WHEC following renovations.
Mr. Minich and Summer Safari Writing Code Class 2014.
Students sharpen their skills at Summer Reading Academy at WREC.
Summer Basketball Camp
2014 West Reading - Sacramento Basketball Exchange Program
Third graders test surface tension during the Science Day Celebration
First Annual Spartan Impact Awards
Kindergarten Songfest 2014
WHEC Running Club Field Trip Celebration!
State Senator Judy Schwank presents Good Citizenship Awards to fourth grade students.
WREC students celebrate Fiesta Day.
Ms. Hoffman's 3rd grade students celebrated their Famous American research with a Biography Tea for parents.
Mrs. Boerger's students display some of the 1,000 cranes they donated to the Reading Hospital.
Biographies come to life at WREC during the Wax Museum and Art Salon event.
West Reading students enjoyed an education field trip to Philadelphia.
Mrs. Gibson's students celebrate Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes with a Japanese luncheon.
Mrs. Chaiko's Fourth Grade students present Colonial Days research.
WHEC students participated in a K'Nex Design Challenge.
WREC students participated in a K'Nex Design Challenge.
Mrs. Chaiko's Fourth Grade students present Colonial Days research.
WASD hosted its own Mini-THON event on March 1st and 2nd and raised over $25,000.
WREC students celebrate The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe with a British tea party.
Violinists perform during Music In Our Schools Week.
Mrs. Armstrong's students celebrate the RIF theme, Music is Energetic.

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JSHS Earns National Ranking
The Daily Beast ranked Wyomissing Area Jr./Sr. High School 317th in the nation among top public high schools. Six indicators including graduation and college acceptance rates; college-level courses and exams, percentage of students with free or reduced lunch, as well as SAT and ACT scores were used from school surveys to compare public high schools. Using 2012-13 data from the Department of Education, Daily Beast contacted U.S. schools who had graduation rates of at least 85 percent. Approximately 1,200 public schools completed their survey. Crunching the numbers further, the over 700 schools that made the final list were praised for providing an academically rigorous program for the most students while best preparing them for college.
Wyomissing Area High School is ranked as the 3rd most challenging school in PA by Washington Post and 4th in PA by US News and World Report.

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New Administrator Meet & Greet
WASD invites you to attend a New Administrator Meet & Greet on October 2.  Click here for details.
Information on Enterovirus D68
Please read the attached letter from Superintendent Julia R. Vicente on recent reports of Enterovirus D68.
WREC Water Pressure
At 10:30 am, September 15, we were notified of a water main break in West Reading that caused a significant reduction in water pressure to WREC.  The building followed established safety protocols and prepared to follow evacuation procedures should the water service not have been restored promptly.  Lunch periods were condensed so students were fed in the event an evacuation was necessary causing fifth grade students to miss their specials period.  At 11:30 am, normal water pressure returned; however, students were informed not to drink from the water fountains due to the boiled water advisory issued by the Borough of West Reading.  As always, safety of the students is of utmost importance.
Internet Safety Parent Presentation
WASD will present an information session on Internet Safety and Digital Citizenship for parents of JSHS and WREC students on Tuesday, September 23, at 6:30 pm in the JSHS Auditorium.  Featured speakers include Jill Scheidt, Esq., West Reading Chief of Police Steven Powell, Lieutenant Tom Endy from the Wyomissing Borough Police Department, and Steve Murray, Assistant Principal. 
WASD Shared Values Survey
WASD is in the process of comprehensive planning to guide the District's goals, educational programs and operations of schools for the next several years.  One of the required components to the Comprehensive Plan is a section for shared values.  Shared values are the core tenets shared by our stakeholders that influence our culture and commitment.  Shared values answer the questions, "Who are we?", "What do we believe?", and "What matters most?"  To provide an opportunity for parent, employee, community and student voice, a survey has been created to learn what matters most in educating our students.  The survey consists of nine questions and will take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete.  Deadline for completing the survey is September 26.  We value your opinion!  Click here to complete survey.