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Welcome to Wayne Elementary School!

Wayne Elementary School is one of three elementary schools in Radnor Township School District. The school serves students in grades K-5 that live within a specific boundary.

WES Mission

At Wayne Elementary School we create a safe and caring environment for all students to grow and learn.

We work towards this mission in a variety of ways:

Challenging Learning Expectations

We strive to "unlock the potential in all of us":

  • Academically we have a strong core program with supports so all students can not only access, but reach their full potential to achieve.
  • Socially we use the PBS framework to create a culture that is inclusive and respectful.
  • Emotionally we focus on the whole child which encompasses academics and social skills.
  • Morning Meeting and Closing Circle

Established 1971
547 Students (as of January 10, 2021)
29 Classrooms
Ranked #17 Elementary School in PA by

School Wide Positive


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Today at WES

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Daily Schedule

Each day, students in all grades participate in the following: 

  • Four core subjects (reading/literacy, math, social studies and science)
  • A daily special (library, music, art, gym, wellness, and STEM)
  • A 25-minute lunch and 25-minute recess
  • 50-minutes of MTSS to receive support, interventions, enrichment, music lessons and other services if needed

The School Day

  • 8:55-9 a.m. Student Drop-Off Begins
  • 8:55 a.m. Students Enter Building
  • 9:05 a.m. School Day Begins
  • 3:40 p.m. School Day Ends
  • 3:40 p.m. Car Pick-Up Dismisses
  • 3:45 p.m. Bus Dismissal Begins

For more information on student arrival and dismissal procedures, view the Elementary School Parent/Guardian Handbook.

Contact WES

Address: 651 W. Wayne Avenue, Wayne, PA 19087
Phone: 610-687-8480
Safe Arrival: 610-687-6535
Fax: 610-293-0490

WES Main Office

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