News and Announcements
WVW Presents Storm Water Management Program
Municipality of Kingston, Wyoming Valley West students will present a program on storm water management at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 19, in council chambers. The students and educators recently visited several of the municipality’s storm sewers under the guidance of Adam Gober, director of public works. The public is welcome to attend. First row, from left, are Julie Green, Olivia Winters, Madison Woods, Foto Tsioles, James Dal Santo and Elizabeth Wood. Second row: Gary Evans, school board member; Robert Bonczewski, chairman/science teacher, and Anthony Dicton, chairman/social studies teacher and Kingston Council member. Also participating are Lauren Greenwald and John Levitsky, Luzerne County Conservation District. The Public Works Department for the Municipality of Kingston is responsible for providing and maintaining the infrastructure necessary for the community to have clean water and prevent stormwater pollution.
High School Spartan Food Drive
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
2014-2015 Winter Physicals
2014-2015 Bus Schedule
Keystone Information for Parents and Guardians
Please click the link to see the Pennsylvania Department of Education required issue of Information for Parents/Guardians of students who will take the Keystone Exams. A parent letter regarding an electronic devices policy is also included.