Don't forget to turn your clocks back this weekend!
Daylight Savings Time ends at 2:00 am on Sunday, November 6th.
CROSS COUNTRY HEADED TO STATE
The girls team placed third at the XC regional meet and qualified to State. Sam Erbach was the individual runner up. Emme Greely, Kendal Erbach, Maria Gill and Kyla Harvey were the other scorers. Livvy Walters and Zedie Click rounded out the tea. Additionally, Jonas King on the boys team qualified to State as an Individual. The runners will run at State this Saturday at Fortress Obetz in Columbus. Jonas will run at 1 followed by the girls team at 1:45.
Community Send Off for Cross Country
There will be a community send off at 10 AM Saturday November 4th at the high school. Fans are encouraged to line Spartan Way as we send our runners off to state at 10:15 with a Police and Fire escort out of town. Please come and wish our runners well!!
AN ASSEMBLY WAS HELD IN THE HIGH SCHOOL GYM TO SEND OFF THE CROSS COUNTRY TEAM TO STATE!
Girls Soccer - Undefeated!
Last Saturday evening, the girls soccer team played the Carroll Patriots at home. Early on the Spartans had proved they were the superior team putting their goal scoring ability on display while also displaying their equally impressive defensive ability with Carroll standing no chance as they couldn’t keep up with the Spartans’ speed or skill quickly crumbling under the might of the Spartans. Their immaculate performance resulted in Waynesville ending it with a final score of 7-0.
On Tuesday, the Spartans girls’ soccer team played the Granville Blue Aces on the road. The Spartans once again showed they came to win dominating on both sides of the field. As per usual the Spartans put on an offensive clinic netting five goals. The defense was equally as tenacious and as a result they played nearly perfect. The match ended with a final score of 5-1 resulting in a Waynesville win.
The girls will continue tournament play in the Regional Finals this Saturday at Beavercreek High School at 7pm vs. Cincinnati Summit Country Day. GOOD LUCK LADIES SPARTANS!!!
On Friday evening, the Spartans hoped to soar off with a win against the Northeastern Jets on the road. From the opening kickoff The Spartans had struggled to keep up with Northeastern on either side of the ball with it soon turning into a fight for every yard possible for the Spartans. The first half of the game had seen the Spartans staying largely off of the scoreboard save for a touchdown and field goal. The second half of the game was more even with The Spartans scoring two touchdowns and Northeastern scoring a pair themselves and putting up an additional field goal. The game unfortunately did not go how the Spartans had hoped resulting in a final score of 22-45 knocking Waynesville out of playoff contention ending their season with a record of 3-8.
HALLOWEEN FUN 2022
Students and Staff had fun dressing up on Monday, October 31st!!
Second Grade has been learning about bats. We had lots of fun researching bats and creating a bat diorama. Check out these awesome dioramas from our fabulous second grade students.
WASHINGTON DC FUNDRAISER KICKOFF
8th Graders are raising money for their Washington D.C. trip next May 2023. Check out all the exciting products they have to offer online! You can choose a specific student to help, or just order without a specific student in mind, but all money raised will go to help students pay for their Washington D.C. trip. You can order between 10/31/2022 – 11/14/22. Just type in the code from the image and start shopping today!
Any questions, please email Janine Brown - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your support!
CONGRATULATIONS RED STORM!
The Waynesville Girls Passers team, Red Storm, competed in the regional SAY soccer tournament over the weekend. They played 4 games, went undefeated, and secured a first place win! The team advances to the Ohio Area State Tournament! Teammates include McKinlie Barnes, Chloe Bates, Sydney Bowling, Nadia Cantu, Lynix Doench, Kensington Douglass, Laina Lancaster, Allie Martini, Kaylee Miller, Elle Reid and Julia Webb.
Mrs. Baker's Class
This week in Mrs. Baker’s class, students read about Dia de los Muertos. To celebrate, the students made tacos and Day of the Dead cupcakes. A special thank you to Hannah for bringing in cookies for the students to make.
PUMPKIN SCIENCE IN MRS. HERSHNER'S CLASS
Last week we followed the scientific method to observe, form a hypothesis, and collect data on several experiments using pumpkins. We created a chemical reaction, recorded physical changes, estimated weights and measurements, and we are currently observing the decomposition of matter. After our projects were completed each student was able to carve a pumpkin and take it home.
Waynesville High School
SLEEP ON THE ROOF!
WES PTO’s FUN RUN- Fundraiser was a HUGE success this Fall. Thank you to all participants and sponsors for your fundraising efforts and support. WES students and families were incentivized with multiple, incremental goals. The TOP goal was obtained- $30,000 + and the principals and staff were challenged to ‘SLEEP ON THE ROOF’!
The staff that volunteered to sleep on the roof were Ms. Janae James, Mrs. Heather Kerns, Mr. Patrick Clark and Mrs. Anna Garafolo. The night of 11/3/22 was a perfect evening to tent/ sleep out under the stars. The skies were clear and bright, and the temperature was perfect. Books were read to help promote the upcoming scholastic book fair. Staff also remained on the roof the following morning to greet students as they returned to school.
Thank you again to our WES families and their support for the Fall 2022 Fun Run!
LEAN SIX SIGMA CLASS
Students in the Lean Six Sigma class at the high school celebrated this week as they earned their Yellow Belts. The students have worked on skills, tools, techniques, and resources with the Lean Six Sigma program to complete the Yellow Belt credential. Over the course of the school year, the students have applied these skills on a workplace improvement project. The credentialed program has allowed the students to learn the concept of micro-improvements, teamwork, leading meetings, and project completion. After earning their Yellow Belts, the students will now begin to process of earning their Green Belt credentials. Congratulations to all of these students, we are proud of your hard work!
JUNIOR HIGH WRESTLING
PICTURE RETAKE DAY
Junior/Senior High School - November 16, 2022
FALL SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR
When: November 4 - 11, 2022
Where: The New Elementary Library
Who: Preschool-5th grade
Family Night: November 10th; 4:00-7:00pm
Special Note: New this year and going forward, Scholastic will be charging tax on ALL purchases.
Your child will visit the book fair when they have their library special. A book fair flyer will be sent home confirming the date. To sign up for eWALLET (a cashless pay option) - visit our homepage.
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EWALLET HOMEROOM COMPETITION
For the Elementary Fall Book Fair
Who: Preschool-5th grade Homeroom Classes
The Competition: The homeroom with the highest percentage of students who sign up for Ewallet for the Book Fair wins!
Prizes: The winning homeroom will earn a FALL Party and the teacher will win her choice of $500 in Scholastic Dollars or $500 in Amazon Classroom Funds.
How do I sign up: visit our homepage and click on the red “get started” tab under Ewallet. Our homepage address is: https://www.scholastic.com/bf/waynesvilleelementaryschool1
When: Sign up October 14th thru November 10th
WHEN: November 16 - 18, 2022
WHERE: The Spartan Room
WHO: 6th -8th Grade
Family Night: Nov. 17th 5:00-7:00pm
SPECIAL NOTE: Scholastics will be charging tax on all purchases.
Your student will be visiting the fair during their ELA class.