Week in Review: Probation For Football Players, Rumana Steps Down, New Athletic Code Of Conduct
Here's what you might have missed this week.
Here's a roundup of stories that were included on Wayne Patch this week:
A new athletic code of conduct, enacted nearly five months after an alleged fight involving several Wayne Hills football players, gives coaches the power to suspend athletes who violate the code -- whether it be on or off school grounds.
Former Wayne councilman and mayor Scott Rumana announced he is stepping down as chairman of the Passaic County Regular Republican Organization at the end of his term in June.
Ella Filippone, executive director of the Passaic River Coalition, told a gathering sponsored by the Wayne League of Women Voters that buying out homes, improving the operation of the floodgates and dredging local rivers are all viable steps that can be taken as part of permanent solution to alleviating flooding in the Passaic River Flood Basin.
Seven of the nine Wayne Hills High School football players who were charged with aggravated assault last fall were sentenced to probation last month.
Administrators at Wayne Valley High School spoke to parents Wednesday about the prevalence and dangers of alcohol use at the school.
The Wayne Valley High School competitive cheerleading team beat out 29 other teams at the annual AmeriCheer International Championship held in Florida this week.