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Wallenpaupack Area High School

Home of the Buckhorns

High School News

Mr. Jim Kane

Mr. Travis Ey
   Asst. Principal

Mrs. Delia Peppiatt
   Asst. Principal

Mr. John Clader
   Director of School Security

2552 Rt. 6
Hawley, PA  18428
(570) 226-4557

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from Mr. Ey

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from Mrs. Peppiatt

Reading Lists for the 2019-2020 School Year

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Keystone Exam Reports to be Sent Home


Keystone Exam reports from Spring 2019 are being sent home with students today, October 9, 2019. Please utilize the link below for an explanation of the report. Students that do not earn proficient or advanced will be contacted for remediation opportunities prior to the January testing window.

Report Interpretation Guide for the Keystone Exams

The Online Yearbook Store is Available Now!!

Buy Yearbook

Your WAHS Yearbook staff is hard at work making this year's great photos, stories, and memories come to life in an amazing yearbook just for you. So now is your chance to own your history, see your life, your friends, your school, and your community - all beautifully captured in Wallenpaupack's 2020 yearbook. It's sure to last a lifetime. Why are you waiting? Yearbooks are $50 if you order by 11/7/2019! The regular price for a Yearbook is $65. You can order online by clicking the button above!

Attention Seniors!

Parents and family members may purchase Memory Space Ads online when purchasing a yearbook to honor their favorite seniors. Please click the links below for more information and instructions for using the AdBuilder program to create your own page, just the way you want it!

Please note - space is limited and there is a November 30 deadline.

American Legion Oratorical Contest for 2020

You can talk your way through college if you’re a winner in the American Legion National High School Oratorical contest.

The Oratorical contest was developed primarily to instill a better knowledge and appreciation of the Constitution of the United States in high school students. Other objectives include the development of leadership qualities, the ability to think and speak clearly, and the preparation for acceptance of the duties, responsibilities,rights and privileges of American citizenship.

Students must submit an application to a local American Legion Post for sponsorship by December 7th, 2019.

The brochure for the contest can be found here. For more information, visit the Pennsylvania American Legion's website.

American Legion Essay Contest for 2020

Since the inception of the Department of Pennsylvania state Essay Contest in 1935, The American Legion has awarded well over $500,000 in scholarships, while local American Legion Posts, counties, Districts and Sections have also offered suitable awards and prizes for their respective best essay winners.

Through the annual Department of Pennsylvania American Legion Essay scholarship contest, students are provided an opportunity to showcase their talents and abilities in English by using originality, accuracy and research as evidence, while learning that the responsibilities and duties of good citizenship can be both rewarding and fun.

Any student enrolled in grades 9 through 12 in a public, private or parochial school or who is home schooled in Pennsylvania is eligible to participate. The submission deadline is January 17, 2020.

The brochure for the contest can be found here. For more information, visit the Pennsylvania American Legion's website.

2019-2020 Reading Lists for Returning Students

The English Department's Reading Lists for the 2019-2020 school year are now available for 9th through 12th graders. Be sure to check your requirements.

Attention Seniors! Career Opportunity with Allied Services

To see how Allied Services can help start your healthcare career, please read this document.

Employment Opportunity - 18 and Older

  • Individuals can apply online at and will have the option to take the supervisory exam.

  • Pay rate for Pike and Wayne Counties is $16.00 an hour while working and $14.50 an hour during training for address canvassers and enumerators.

  • Pay rate for Census Field Supervisors is $17.50 an hour for Pike and Wayne Counties while working and $16.00 an hour during training.

  • 58 cents per mile gas reimbursement while working.

  • Job opportunities will be available from Summer 2019 to Summer 2020.

  • Address canvassers and enumerators are part time, temporary with flexible hours.

  • Census Field Supervisors are full time temporary.

  • All jobs are project work so hours for work opportunities can increase or decrease based on operation that's occurring.

  • Address Canvassers Job Description: verify addresses in local community and check for discrepancies from 2010 census address list.

  • Enumerators Job Description: Ask questions to members of the community from the 2020 Census Questionnaire (this job is more door to door work except during group enumeration like senior living facilities, for example).

  • Census Field Supervisors job description: Supervises and Trains the address canvassers and enumerators.

  • Weekly pay

  • 18 years or older to work but can apply at 17 years old. When the individual turns 18 the application will be transferred over to be eligible to work.

  • Any questions? Please call 1‑855‑562‑2020.

Kids Food Pantry Available in High School

Hello Wallenpaupack,

I proudly announce our "Kids Food Pantry" here in our high school.

Kids Pantry began last November with the idea that we could make the holidays a little special for our students in need. We are still going strong thanks to the extraordinary generosity of private individuals, our amazing staff and teachers, students, our community churches and businesses.

Your donations are always welcome to keep this much needed pantry going.

Please feel free to contact me at or at (570) 226-4557 x5242.

The Kids and I Thank You,

Rosemary Musoleno Martynuk

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Dress Code Information

The Wallenpaupack Area School District has revised the dress code for the High School and Middle School.  Students and parents should become familiar with the guidelines before shopping for school clothes.  The guidelines can be found here.

Working Papers

Click on the Student Information link and follow the instructions for obtaining the  Application for Working Papers.


To report a student absent, between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m.

Phone: (570) 226-4557
Fax: (570) 251-3156

Please include: your name, student's name, date and reason for absence.  If you have children in more than one building, each building must be contacted.

For more information, please see the Parent/Student Handbook.

Accessing Athletic Schedules & District Events

Please Note: has shown incompatibilities with Internet Explorer 8 (the last version available to Windows XP). It is recommended that you use a newer version of Internet Explorer (for Windows 7 and above) or Firefox or Google Chrome to access this site.

Please use to access all schedules.  Instructions for navigating can be found here. Instructions for registering on ScheduleStar and receiving alerts when schedules change can be found here.