Dr. Viktor Joganow, Superintendent
of Passaic Valley Regional High School is to prepare students
to take their places as responsible citizens in a democracy by
helping them to think clearly, communicate effectively, prepare
for a career, and appreciate our cultural heritage within a setting
which recognizes the dignity and worth of the individual.
district which is served by Passaic Valley High School is comprised
of the communities of Little Falls, Totowa Borough and Woodland Park.
The total population according to the 1991 census was 32,453
with approximately equal distribution of the three districts.
The district lies just west of the city of Paterson and is only
15 miles from the city of New York. The citizenry is composed
of professionals, businessmen, technicians, skilled draftsmen,
and laborers. Some work locally, and some commute daily to New
York City and the surrounding communities.
For further information on
the individual school districts, move your mouse pointer over the name of
each town in the graphic to the left and click on the links to visit their