As the school counselor, I provide personal, academic and career counseling to secondary students enrolled at the Wayne Technical & Career Center. I serve as a liaison between component school counselors, students and parents. My office is located in the main office at WTCC. I am happy to schedule a visit to our campus & welcome the opportunity to share more about Career & Technical Education.
If you have questions regarding grades, technical education or would like to set up a visit please contact our office.
Adam Smith, Wayne Technical and Career Center Counselor
Lois Richman, Student Support Services
The Dignity For All Students Act (DASA) is a statewide piece of legislation designed to "provide the State's public elementary and secondary school students with a safe and supportive environment". Each school has a trained professional who investigates and remediates Dignity Act violations.
If you feel that any child attending the Wayne Technical and Career Center (WTCC) is being bullied, discriminated against, harassed, or taunted, please contact School Counselor/Dignity Act Coordinator, Adam Smith.
Re: Parent/Student Portal
Date: October 8th, 2019
Please note that instructions for parent and student portal log-in will be distributed with the first quarter report cards from WTCC on November 12, 2019. Instructions will be delivered via email with the address provided at the time of registration or via the form completed in the first day packets. The instructions may end up in your “junk” folder. If you do not receive the instructions in your in-box, please check your junk mail folder as well. If you have any questions, please contact Adam Z. Smith at the contact information below.
Adam Z. Smith