Mother's Day is Sunday, May 9th!
Enjoy this special day!
SHRED DAY is tomorrow!
Saturday, May 8, 2021
BOYS TENNIS - LEAGUE CHAMPS!
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
CONGRATULATIONS RAEGAN VOGEL!
MARCH STUDENT OF THE MONTH
CONGRATULATIONS EMMA WILLIAMS!
APRIL STUDENT OF THE MONTH
CONGRATULATIONS JADE GHANAYEM!
MAY STUDENT OF THE MONTH
Third Grade Quadrilateral Cities Project
Congratulations to the Spartans Boys Tennis Team who locked their win and claimed the title of League Champs at their latest match. Way to go Spartans!
National School Nurse's Day is Monday, May 12th!
Our 3rd grade classes used their knowledge of quadrilaterals and created “Quadrilateral Cities”. These are cities where everything from buildings, roads, houses, and parks, are built using ONLY Quadrilaterals. Each pod presented their cities to the class, and plan to reach out to our village Mayor to see if there is a need of their expertise of all things quadrilaterals to help redesign our village.
Great job 3rd graders!
National School Nurse Day is a day for people to show appreciation for nurses who are serving in a school setting. We celebrate and acknowledge the accomplishments of school nurses and their efforts of meeting the needs of today’s students by improving the delivery and contributions to our local communities by helping students stay healthy, in school, and ready to learn.
This year was particularly challenging as they navigated through the COVID pandemic with contact tracing, quarantining, tracking and working with the county and state health department, among many other things. The Wayne Local School District is extremely grateful to have such a dedicated, dynamic duo on our team. Thank you for all that you do every day Jen and Shelly!
School Lunch Hero Day is celebrated today, May 7th, 2021. Wayne Local School District has the most hardworking and best food service professionals around! We take this week to appreciate their hard work and dedication to their jobs and preparing healthy meals for our Wayne Local students. They have many tasks at hand as they adhere to strict nutritional standards and navigate student food allergies, all while serving up with a smile. They are true heroes in every sense of the word and we appreciate all that they do!
The Project Excellence Recognition Banquet was held on Wednesday, May 5th, at the Manor House in Mason. Congratulations again to Nancy Lukasavage and Patrick Hardin as the recipients of this exemplary award.
SENIOR DRIVE-IN TRADITION RESUMES FOR 2021!
The Spartan Senior Drive-In resumed in 2021 as the Class of 2021 arrived at school this morning in parade fashion, and in some very decked-out vehicles! We saw cars, trucks (some converted to pools), boats, jet skis, four-wheelers, golf carts, go-carts, scooters, tractors, and even an airplane with a flyover! Also check out the aerial shot of the new elementary school in the airplane photo!
Great job Seniors as your rocked it once again! Go Spartans!
Congratulations to the Class of 2021 and the guidance department for their advisory efforts, and dedication to placing information in the hands of our seniors. So many of our 2021 graduating class members have already notified the school guidance office of their plans after graduation and we wish them all the very best of luck in their journey. Whether our students have chosen to attend college and continued education, to serve our country in one of the branches of our armed forces, or to have a more direct path into the workforce, we wish them continued success and growth in their chosen field.
*These photos reflect notifications already submitted, and may not reflect late decisions or changes made after the date of photos.
Show your support and cheer on our Senior Class!
Senior Parade Route through town on Friday, May 21st at 6:00 p.m.
Start at the school
Come out of Spartan Way - turn right
Turn right on Edwards Drive
Turn Left on High Street
Turn Right on 3rd/South Street
Left on Main Street
Left on Franklin
Right on Old Stage
Left on Preston
Right on Camp Creek
Left on Adamsmoor Drive
Left on Franklin Road
Right on Dayton Road
End at the school.
Custodial Appreciation Week is May 10 - May 14th
Please take a minute to say THANK YOU to our school custodians and let them know how much we appreciate all they do to keep our schools looking great! They are the quiet heros of the school! They are the first to arrive each day, clean up messes no one dares to touch and befriends everyone that passes by and then the last to leave for the day.
THANK YOU CUSTODIANS FOR ALL THAT YOU DO!
ATHLETIC CALENDAR 5/7/2021- 5/15/2021
WAYNESVILLE ART SHOW 2021
Sports Physicals are coming - May 18th!
The Waynesville Art Show was a huge success this week as the gym was transformed into an art gallery showcasing the works of art of our students, and even some from our staff members! As you can tell from the photos above, there was a ton of art to show off, and the setting up, display arrangements, and tear down took a lot of work! We were impressed and awed at the talent of our students, and truly thank our Art Department for bringing this event to our district and community this year.
Our Art Department is amazing and we thank them for their dedication, encouragement, and inspiration to our incredibly talented students.
WAY TO GO KATE HANDLE!!
Kate Handle broke her own school record, again, with a vault of 9’ at the Greeneview meet on 4/28!
Kettering Health Network Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Associates of Southwest Ohio, and Wayne Local Schools are collaborating to provide a full, comprehensive sports physical for athletes at Wayne Local Schools entering grades 7-12 for the 2021-22 school year.
Tuesday, May 18th from 3-7pm
In an effort to adhere to social distancing, preregistration is required online at the link below:
Location: Waynesville High School
735 Dayton Rd, Waynesville OH 45068
Cost is $15 paid at time of physical. (Cash or Check only – checks made out to Wayne Local Schools)
Per OHSAA guidelines, physicals completed with Kettering Health Network will be kept on file and good for the entire 2021-2022 school year! Proceeds will go to our Sports Medicine program to help provide supplies and equipment for the care of our student-athletes!
12th Annual CJ STEMM Camp for Middle Grade Students
The camp will be taught by two Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School teachers - this year, one math and one science, Jessie and Chrissy - assisted by an administrator and several CJ alumni and local and global practicing STEMM professionals.
CJ STEMM Summer Camp - "STEMM For Good"
Monday - Friday June 28 - July 2
8:30am - 2:30pm
At Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School - 505 S. Ludlow St., Dayton, OH 45402
Open to rising 6th-8th grade students in the Miami Valley region
Capacity: 24 campers
Camp Fee: $100 per student
Online Registration for all CJ summer camps, including STEMM, will be posted this week on the CJ website: Online Registration
"STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, and Medicine) For Good"
- Team collaboration - hands-on innovative and creative design and build challenges
- Variety of STEMM topics and content
- Guest facilitators and field trips - local STEMM employers and practitioners (in-person and/or virtual, as appropriate)
- Global STEMM applications for the common good and to aid in solving global challenges and furthering the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, such as access to clean water, environmental stewardship, transportation, health care and medicine, and information technology.
- The camp is facilitated by CJ science, engineering, and biomedical science instructors, and small teams of campers are matched with CJ high school student assistant team leaders.
- Morning snacks are provided Monday - Friday, campers bring packed lunches Monday - Thursday, and lunch is provided on Friday.
- On Friday afternoon of camp week, parents are invited to a concluding Camp Showcase.
- Public health protocols and regulations mandated by the state and required by CJ will be followed and communicated to registered camp families prior to the start of camp. At this time, we anticipate a mask requirement and social distancing to remain in effect. The CJ facility and spaces used during the camp will continue to be cleaned according to heightened levels as well.
- Our camp generally fills up quickly, so I encourage families to register their sons and daughters soon. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
Alaina Spencer, Valedictorian
Alaina is planning to continue attending Wright State University after graduation, in pursuit of a Bachelors of Science in Physics. Alaina has been attending WSU since her sophomore year of high school. As a student of Waynesville High School, Alaina has participated in marching band, including state competitions her freshmen and junior years. She is also an accomplished musician having earned a "superior" rating on her oboe solo at OMEA Solo and Ensemble Contest three times (freshmen, sophomore, and junior years). She also earned a chair in the OMEA District XIII Honor Band three times and earning a first chair oboe her junior year. In her spare time, Alaina enjoys playing music on a variety of instruments including the ukulele, oboe, clarinet, piano, and bass guitar. She also enjoys listening to music, watching anime, drawing, and baking.
Alaina is the daughter of mother Holli Spencer and father Blaine Spencer.
Hannah Gill, Salutatorian
Hannah is planning to study Zoology at The Ohio State University. As a student at Waynesville High School, Hannah has served as an officer of the National Honor Society, HS Student Council Senior Vice-President, high school varsity soccer team captain and named second team all state, foreign language club officer, and was a state qualifier in cross country and state runner up on the varsity basketball team. Outside of school activities, Hannah likes to read, swim, and hike, or anything outdoors.
Hannah is the daughter of Don and Ann Gill.
From the 6th Grade Teachers:
As we head to the end of our school year, we are beginning to plan our annual sixth grade auction. This is such a great event for our kids and the culmination of our incentive program. We try to make this event as exciting as possible for the students. Not only to have some fun, but also to reward them for their hard work all year long! We are always looking for donations towards the auction and are not picky at all about the items we receive. If you are interested in donating any items, we would be eager to take them off your hands. We are including a list of some of the items the kids love to bid on, so if you have any of these treasures at home or would like to purchase for us, it would be greatly appreciated.
2-liters of pop
Bags of chips or popcorn
Stuffed animals (can be gently used)
Games or gently used puzzles
Candy (all kinds and sizes)
Colored pencils and markers
Remember what is junk to one person is someone else’s treasure.
Please send any of your donations to the middle school, specifically room 113.
Thank you, 6th grade team
Waynesville Elementary is in need of boxes!
As you know, Waynesville Elementary is looking forward to moving into our beautiful new building. If you have any clean, sturdy, dry boxes in good condition, we would love to have them to pack. They can be dropped off at the elementary school office during regular school hours. If you have a large amount of boxes you are willing to donate, you can call the office at 897-2761 to schedule a pickup.
CLICK HERE for the 2021-22 School Calendar
Free One-on-One Tutoring Available
The Mary L. Cook Library is offering one on one live tutoring to students 7 days a week from 2:00 - 9:00 p.m. You will need your library card to login and create a profile.
Check it out on the Mary L. Cook website at https://www.mlcook.lib.oh.us/ under "Children's Services", then click on "Homework Help for Kids."