"To inspire and prepare students to learn continuously, lead responsibly, and live purposefully"

Wilmington Area School District News
Important Dates to Remember
The following are some important dates to remember.  Our snow make-up day will be on Friday, April 29.  School will be in session on this day.  School will be closed on Monday, May 2; Friday, May 27 and Monday, May 30.  There will be half days for students on Friday, May 13 and Friday, May 20.  Additionally, this month's Coffee Klatch will be rescheduled to May 6. 
Extreme Leaders present to Superintendents
Congrats to our Extreme Leaders for raising funds with peers from Neshannock and Laurel to battle thyroid cancer. They presented to 40 Superintendents and 50 teachers and students at the Midwestern Intermediate Unit 4 in Grove City. 
WASD Parent Survey
Wilmington Area School District welcomes your feedback.  Click here to open the survey. 
Technology News and Information for WASD Parents
Click here to read the letter concerning student access to the District wireless network and a District email account. 
Internet Safety Workshop for Parents
A workshop for parents of students grades 4-8 providing tips for cultivating safe internet use for children. 
Westminster College to present free arts workshops for college-bound students

Westminster College invites college-bound high school students to the Arts at Westminster College, a free workshop demonstrating and celebrating the arts at Westminster College on Friday, July 15. Registration begins at 12:30 p.m. at the McKelvey Campus Center.

Students may choose to participate in one of three concurrent workshop sessions from 1:15 p.m. until 3:30 p.m....

Westminster College to host first annual STEM academy camp
Registration is now open for Westminster College’s first annual STEM Academy, from 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. each day from June 27 – 30. This year, the camp is open to the first 30 students entering grades nine and ten. Registrations following will be added to the waitlist....   
Changes in Volunteer Requirements
Act 153 amended the Child Protective Services Act.  The following requirements are now in effect not only for the Wilmington Area School District, but the entire state. 
2015-2016 Coffee Klatch Invitation
Dr. Michelle Miller invites the Wilmington Area School District community members to share in conversation over coffee.   
2015-2016 Budget Overview Presentation
On May 14, the Board of School Directors held a public meeting regarding the status of the 2015-2016 budget.  Please click below for the presentation slides that were reviewed at the beginning of the meeting.
2015-2016 Budget Overview Presentation  
Wilmington addresses PA Core Standards
On April 14, Dr. Miller provided information to the Board of School Directors and community information regarding Wilmington's approach to the PA Core Standards.  Click on the following link to view the presentation.
PA Core Presentation  
Board of School Directors Update
The Wilmington Area Board of School Directors has been discussing strategies to become more effective and efficient in their governance role in the District.  
Enrollment Information
Enrollment information is now available on the website.  Click on the Information tab to complete enrollment forms.  Contact Mrs. Carolyn Huff at (724) 656-8866 ext. 6000... 
Eppinger Busing (724-530-7176) transports students in Washington Twp., Plain Grove Twp., Volant Borough and the eastern portion of Wilmington Twp. - Lawrence county. Watson's Inc. (724-946-8555) transports students in Pulaski Twp., Wilmington Twp. - Lawrence and...  
Westminster College Dual Enrollment Program
Westminster College offers the opportunity for high school students to pursue courses of study at Westminster College while still enrolled in high school. Students must have a 3.00 cumulative high school average to enroll, and they must maintain a 2.70 Westminster College average. College courses may be taken for academic enrichment and not as substitution for high school courses. Courses must be approved... 
The Dallas Hartman Dual Enrollment Educational Scholarship
Attorney Dallas Hartman developed and funded this program after experiencing firsthand the enrichment that education brings to ones life. This dual enrollment scholarship program is the first of its kind in Mercer and Lawrence Counties. To be considered for a scholarship, applicants must have the equivalent of a 3.00 GPA and must (1) be referred by a local high... 
Date Expires:   (mm/dd/yyyy format)
300 Wood Street    New Wilmington PA 16142    724-656-8866
Quick-Edit Login