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Western Wayne High School

Western Wayne is a first-class school district in Wayne County, Pennsylvania. The district's population was 19,292 at the time of the 2010 United States Census.
Western Wayne was formed in 1969. It serves the townships of Canaan, Lake, Salem, South Canaan, Sterling, and a portion of Clinton. The borough of Waymart is also part of the Western Wayne School District. The District encompasses 174 square miles. The school district is 25 miles north and east of the city of Scranton in the Northeastern region of Pennsylvania. In 2009, the District residents’ per capita income was $16,259, while the median family income was $39,971. In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the median family income was $49,501 and the United States median family income was $49,445, in 2010. Per District officials, in school year 2009-10, the Western Wayne School District provided basic educational services to 2,300 pupils. The District employed: 202 teachers, 118 full-time and part-time support personnel, and 15 administrators.
The mission of the Western Wayne School District, in partnership with family and community, is to develop, inspire and educate each student to be an adaptable, culturally aware, independent, lifelong learner and a responsible citizen of a global society.
Western Wayne School District operates four schools:
R.D. Wilson Elementary (located in Waymart)
EverGreen Elementary (located in Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania)
Western Wayne Middle School (located in Varden)
Western Wayne High School (also in Varden)
Who are we?
    We are a rookie robotics team started from two local high schools that are planning on participating in the First Robotics Program. The team started last year when Honesdale High School students joined with a team (2600) from New Jersey. While observing this team they built a small robot which worked with team 2600's full size robot, in which they had built. When Honesdale High School students got to the competition they decided that they would like to start a team of there own. Throughout the next following months and summer, Honesdale High School students planned on ways they would be able accomplishing the start of a team. During the summer, teachers and administrators from both Honesdale High School and Western Wayne High School discussed logic financial options to create robotics teams and programs. Due to the start of a new program and it's large amounts of funding needed, neither district had the capabilities of funding new teams. It was then that teachers and administrators agreed that an efficient way to offer this program to both schools would be through a merged team. Collaborating and combining each school's talented students and facilities to house such a program and team.
Honesdale
High School


Wayne Highlands is a first-class school district in Wayne County, Pennsylvania. The district's population was 20,870 at the time of the 2010 United States Census.
Organized on July 1, 1970, the district operates, preschools, four elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. It covers 435 square miles making it the second largest geographical school district in the state. According to federal census data, the district's population decreased by 636 residents from 21,506 residents in 2000. In 2009, the District residents’ per capita income was $17,330, while the median family income was $40,683. In the Commonwealth, the median family income was $49,501  and the United States median family income was $49,445, in 2010.
According to Wayne Highlands School District officials, in school year 2009–10 the District provided basic educational services to 3,125 pupils. The District employed: 248 teachers, 137 full-time and part-time support personnel, and 19 administrators.
Advisors
o Mr. Joseph Mang (Honesdale High School)jmang@whsdk12.com
o Mr. Brian Landry (Western Wayne High School) blandry@westernwayne.org

FRC Team 4285 Email

 camobots@waynecountyrobotics4285.org
What does this        competition teach us?

    Other then just the fact that we will learn how to build robots we will learn many other valuable team building skills. Some of these skills are engineering, electronics, mechanical skills, programming and team leadership skills. But, one of the major skills that we will learn is how to work in a large group to achieve one task. We also are eager to develop further mathematical skills and technology skills.
 Student Officers

President/Treasurer (Honesdale) – Dominic Gianni
President/Treasurer (Western Wayne) – Josh Shelly
Vice-President/Secretary (Honesdale) – Bailey Quick
Vice-President/Secretary (Western Wayne) – Spencer Smith
Engineer – John Baldwin, Picatinny Arsenal