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Wilmington Area School District News
Microsoft Office For Students' Personal Devices
The Wilmington Area School District is now offering Microsoft Office to students in grades 5-12 for use on personally owned device at no cost. 
Transportation Information
If your child is to be picked up or dropped off at a location other than their assigned bus stop, you must complete a Request for Alternate Bus Stop form. 
Substitute Teachers Needed
Are you interested in pursuing a rewarding career as a substitute teacher at Wilmington Area School District?  If so, we would love to have you on our team.  To apply, you will need a Bachelor's Degree or a PA Teacher's Certificate.  Please contact Kelly Educational Staffing today for more information at (724) 658-3583 ext. 7107. 
WASD State Legislators and Advocacy Opportunities
Please find contact information for WASD's state representatives and senators. Additional information may be posted here in an effort to provide parents and community members information regarding public education advocacy opportunities.  Stay tuned for more information.   WASD State Legislators contact information
 
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. 
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... 
Transportation
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... 
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