Tropical Fun Friday Dance at WREC
Mrs. Schaffer's student gather for Read Across America at WHEC.
2015 STEM Team celebrates first place win at BCIU Competition.
THON 2015
Dr. Jones and 300 Friends at WASD Mini-THON.
THON 2015
THON 2015
Reading is Our Thing in Grades K-2 at WHEC.
JSHS Students present at the Pennsylvania Educational Technology Expo and Conference with Mr. Siggins and Mr. Minich.
Third graders dress like 100 year olds to celebrate the 100th day.
WREC students celebrate National Wear Red Day on February 6, 2015.
First graders celebrate the 100th day of school.
WREC's We Agape You Project
A day of Excellence at WREC.
Mr. Kozlowski and Mr. Miller sporting Excellence.
WREC students create snowflakes by writing code on iPads.
Third grade orchestra performs at the Winter Concert.
Sixth grade visits the Da Vinci Center.
Fifth grade visits the Whitaker Center.
Fourth grade chorus performs at the Winter Concert.
Second graders write code during Computer Science Education Week.
Author Jen Bryant visits WHEC.
Big Spartan/Little Spartan Activity
Public Art Workshop students complete mural for Reading Railroad Heritage Museum.
Officer Baur and Grif, the K-9 dog, demonstrate for third grade students.
JSHS students with Mr. Murray commit to driving safely.
Captains of Fall sports teams gather in the Archive Room.
Big Spartan/Little Spartan Club
WASD Administrative Team celebrating excellence!
JSHS Food Service Staff serving up excellence!
Mr. Delp and students committed to excellence.
Deployment of 1:1 Devices at the JSHS.
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
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.
Geography Bee

News & Events

Points of Pride

Latest News

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.

District Wide RSSRSS

Student Safety Message

Below is information that was received from the Exeter School District:

The Exeter School District was notified this morning (2/26) by Exeter PD that there was an incident yesterday (Feb 25) at approx. 4 p.m. in the vicinity of Orchard View Road (Lorane attendance area) in which a 7-year-old female student was approached by a male in a white open-back pickup truck. The report given to the police describes the male as white and in his late 20's. He said, "Come here little girl," and then the girl ran to her residence. A few moments later, the man reportedly knocked on the door of the residence.

Although this alleged incident did not take place on Wyomissing Area School District property, due to the recent incidents reported throughout the county it is important to communicate as a precautionary measure. Please continue to review and reinforce safe walking practices with your child(ren) and remain vigilant.

As always, the safety of our students is our first priority and keeping everyone informed is essential.


One Wyo Symposium Series
Find out how to talk to your kids about drugs.  Parents of students of all ages, elementary through high school are invited to attend the One Wyo Symposium event on Wednesday, March 18, 6:30-8:30 pm in the Auditorium.  See attached flier for more details.
Important Information for Parents Regarding Measles
The Chariot - February 2015
Click here for the February 2015 issue of The Chariot.
The Spear - PTA Newsletter
Click here for the February 2015 issue of The Spear.