Here is a look back at some of the top stories on Wayne Patch this week.
Policy Limits What Teachers Can Post Online
A new policy outlining the appropriate use of social media by school district employees, particularly teachers, was introduced by the Board of Education Thursday.
The policy covers all social media sites and applications, including Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Google+, among others.
Football Star’s Son Diagnosed with Heart Defect
Former Wayne Hills football star Greg Olsen's unborn son has been diagnosed with a life-threatening heart defect, ESPN.com reported earlier this week.
Olsen's wife Kara is pregnant with twins, a boy and a girl. The boy, whom the Olsen's will name T.J., was diagnosed with the defect after it was discovered during a routine ultrasound.
New Athletic Fields will Replace Ones on Farmingdale Road
The township is planning on developing a 12-acre plot of land off of Alps Road to replace the athletic fields on Farmingdale Road due to constant flooding in the area.
Officials closed the fields earlier this year and will just let nature take its course on the property.
Field Hockey Team Battles Against Cancer
The Wayne Hills field hockey team held its first annual Stick it to Cancer Fundraiser. The Patriots faced off against cross-town rival Wayne Valley.
“It’s important that we help raise the awareness of cancer. I think it hits homes for a lot of people,” Hills coach Tina Londino said. “I thought it was important for my girls to learn that and to help out as much as they could.”