Good News Friday
10-8-2021

 


 
 






SCHOOL CLOSED ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2021

2-HOUR EARLY RELEASE ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2021

SCHOOL CLOSED ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2021

(Elementary Conferences from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm)



 SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT FOR ELEMENTARY 2-HOUR EARLY RELEASE DAYS:
  • AM K/AM Preschool       8:40am – 10:32am
  • PM K/PM Preschool       11:40am -  1:32pm
  • All Day                            8:40am – 1:32pm
 
JUNIOR/SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL: 
  • 2-Hour Early Release 12:28 pm






ELEMENTARY PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES:
  • October 22 from 8:30-3:30 (No School for Students)
  • November 11 from 4:00-7:00 (School In–Session)
Please contact the teacher through email to schedule a conference.
Conferences may be held in person or using Zoom.
This is a great time to check on your child’s progress!
 






2021 Festival Dates
October 9th - 9:00 am to 8:00 pm
October 10th - 9:00 am to 6:00 pm




 

 


Senior Isabella (Bella) Cassoni has been interning at Warren County United Way (WCUW). She is interning with the Public Affairs Department, working on various publications for the company.  Bella has attended school board meetings and has contacted schools to promote the Work Force Initiative program in our county. WCUW is very impressed with Isabella's professionalism and all her hard work!  Isabella is planning to attend Wright State University after graduation. She hopes to pursue a degree in business, and then attend law school. 
 
Check out a sample of Isabella's writing and work highlighting the United Way Workforce Development Initiative: 

The Workforce Development Initiative and Career Quest program are two incredible opportunities that are offered to schools located in Warren County, by the non-profit organization: United Way. Both programs are very similar in the sense that they help young adults to find their best fit career path, in a way that would not be considered a typical opportunity for a high school student. The Workforce Development Initiative is a year-long program that is offered to current high school students and recent high school or college graduates. The program gives these students access to low or non-cost training and/or education options. It also helps these young adults to get associated with potential employers. The program, Career Quest, focuses on helping 12th grade students that are not decided on their upcoming future, after high school. The program helps these students to unearth possible career pathways, while also providing monthly career coaching and bi-weekly training on career readiness concepts.
 
If you are interested in participating in our Experiential Learning program, please contact Katie Rogers (krogers@wayne-local.com) or Ryan Hill (rhill@wayne-local.com). We are always looking for more partnerships. 
 
 


VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER
The Lady Spartans grabbed 2 key victories this week facing Greenview and Monroe on the road.  In a Varsity-only match, Waynesville beat Greenview 9-0.  Senior Emma Whitaker scored the first goal of the game off of junior Allie Freese’s assist.  Sophomore Sam Erbach followed up with a goal off of Whitaker’s assist.  Shortly before the end of the first half, the Lady Spartans put 3 more goals in the back of the net: 2 goals by sophomore Brooke Woody assisted by Freese and Erbach and 1 goal by Whitaker assisted by Woody.  Waynesville continued to roll in the second half with 1 goal by freshman Baylee Williams assisted by Freese, 2 goals by Erbach assisted by Williams and sophomore Kyla Harvey, and 1 last goal by Whitaker assisted by Williams.  Waynesville followed up this win with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over league opponent Monroe on Wednesday.  The lone goal came when junior Laine Kuhns found Erbach on a through ball for the lone goal of the game.  Junior goalkeeper Gracyn Armstrong and her defense (senior captain Savanna Amburgy, senior captain Kate Handle, junior Laine Kuhns, junior Allie Freese, junior Alyza Camp, sophomore Emme Greely, and sophomore Kayann Whitt) now have 7 shutouts on the season.  Waynesville’s record is now 9-5 and second in the SWBL behind Bellbrook.  The Lady Spartans take on Franklin at home on Tuesday: JV at 5:30 pm and Varsity at 7:15 pm.  Then, we play Monroe at home for Senior Night on Thursday: JV at 5:30 pm and Varsity at 7:15.  Come out and support the Lady Spartans this week!

Waynesville Girls Soccer Senior Night  - October 14th! 

 

JV GIRLS SOCCER
The JV grabbed another win this week with a 2-0 shutout over Monroe.  Freshmen Lilly Hart and Rebecca Drew scored the goals for the Lady Spartans.  Freshmen Avery Whitaker and Leah Hart along with their defenders (freshmen Olivia Crumback, Aleigha Post, Lynsie Kuhns, sophomore Addy Hardyman, junior Katie Dick and junior Alyza Camp).





PRESCRIPTION DRUG TAKE BACK DAY
Saturday, October 23, 2021

Four Locations from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm:
  • Springboro Police Department, 320 W. Central Avenue, Springboro
  • Krogers in Lebanon, 1425 Columbus Avenue, Lebanon
  • Krogers in Mason, 5100 Terra Firma Drive, Mason
  • CVS in Franklin, 150 S. Main Street, Franklin
 
 
 




PTO Skating Party
Thursday, October 21, 2021
6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Skateworld in Kettering
(No School on Friday for students!) 


 



 

Wayne Local Schools would like to extend an opportunity to our former students that may be attending a local college or tech school.  We have a need for evening/night time janitorial services.  This would provide a flexible four hour shift.  We hope to see this evolve into an eight hour summer assignment.   Spots are limited.    If interested, email a resume to Jdworetsky@wayne-local.com

Any individual interested in working as a custodian at Wayne Local Schools, please send a resume to jdworetsky@wayne-local.com.



 
 



 
ELEMENTARY SEPTEMBER SPARTAN STARS! 

Preschool:
Elyn Blaisdell
Mila Dahnke
Liam Hamilton
Emery Riggs
Motley Weber

 
Young Fives:
Ella Beach
Benjamin Hunter
 

Kindergarten:
Jackson Bunch
George Gaver
Zechariah Johnson
Archer Lamb
Ellie McKinney
Hayden Miller
Lacey Robinson
Elyse Walker

 
First Grade:
Chloe Bates
Andrew Bly
James Bridgman
Cameron Coffman
Kyle Harbison
Allie Martini
Rae Mercer
Hazel Moffitt
Peyton Rector
Abigail Riggs

 
Second Grade:
Savannah Burden
Amelia Daniels
Liam Graham
Michael Hunter
Abigail Larsen
Benjamin Marks
Maris Randolph
Preston Ross

 
Third Grade:
Liam Boggeln
Jackson Fields
Addie Knott
Cameron Newcomer
Brianna Rudd
Caleb Stamper
Lydia Wolf
Lilee Zacharias

 
Fourth Grade:
Savannah Bettag
Ayden Bruce
Paisley Geswein
Kellen Johnson
Luke Meier
Quinn Ramps
Peyton Ross
Grayson Scott
 
Fifth Grade:
Addisyn Adams
John Baker
Alice Kolaczkowski
Bennet Post

 
Sixth Grade:
Avery Blank
Shepherd Hively
Hadley Maddox
Tyce Rutledge
Chase Webb

 
 




 
FOR GIRLS AND BOYS IN KINDERGARTEN THROUGH 8TH GRADE
 
Date: Sunday, October 10, 2021

Time: 12:00 – 4:00p.m.

Where: 3855 Lower Market St., Lebanon, OH

Why: Why not!  Enjoy an afternoon of fun at Kids Construction Day, food trucks, and a tailgate experience while visiting Homearama and the 11 new luxurious homes!


About the Day: Students will participate in activities and education opportunities at their own pace while completing the tasks and be entered to win the grand prizes (student does not have to be present to win grand prizes).
 
October is Careers in Construction Month, which shines a spotlight on the opportunities in the industry and recognizes the professionals working in the residential construction industry. The Home Builders Association of Dayton is launching this inaugural event to bring the trades and the power of building, tinkering, and innovating to students who are interested in a new challenge.
 
The HBA of Dayton is dedicated to enriching the educational experience of students by offering them first-hand exposure to the real world of the building industry through this opportunity with hands-on use of tools and educational exposure to the trades while leveraging the reach of this year’s Homearama at Union Village. Prizes for participating students include Amazon gift certificates, iPads as grand prizes, and the opportunity to win three (3) $1,000 scholarships into their CollegeAdvantage: Ohio 529 Plan.

To register for this exciting day, please visit the following link and register.
 


 


 








2022 After Prom Committee Needs Your Help!!!
 
Hello High School Parents!!
The After Prom Committee for the 2022 After Prom is now forming and we need lots of volunteers to help pull off a fantastic event this year.   We need lots of volunteers to help in planning, fundraising, and organizing the event.  We are also looking for parents who are willing to shadow this year to help chair the event in future years. Meetings will be starting soon!  If you are interested, please email your contact information to Heidi Miltenberger at hmilten@gmail.com, or text to 937-902-3413. 




 
 
 

The USDA has announced that the National School Breakfast and Lunch program will continue to be free for all students during the 2021-22 school year.  This means that students will not be charged for breakfast and lunch “Class A” meals.  Extra/ala carte items will be available for purchase. 

However, we encourage all families to complete a free and reduced application form if you feel you might qualify.   Approved applications determine eligibility for your child’s schools fees to be waived, child’s P-EBT cards, and any additional state and federal program benefits that you may qualify for. 

Please click on the following link:  F/R Application Form for a free and reduced application.  The application may be returned to any building office or emailed to jdworetsky@wayne-local.com.

 
 
 
 
 



 
NEWS FROM MARY L. COOK PUBLIC LIBRARY
Click here to website             Phone: (513) 897- 4826


Haunted Gingerbread House Saturday, October 16 10:30am - 11:30am
Families with children in grades 5 and under are invited to assemble and decorate a Haunted Gingerbread House together. There will be a limit of one house per family.  Space is limited and required registration begins Monday, September 27.   Please call the Mary L. Cook Public Library to register.     (10/8)
 

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WELLNESS NEWS

SYMPTOMS OF CORONAVIRUS

People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported – ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19:

  • Fever or chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea

This list does not include all possible symptoms. CDC will continue to update this list as we learn more about COVID-19.

 
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