SCHOOL IS CLOSED ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2022
DISTRICT WIDE 2-HOUR EARLY DISMISSAL:
NEXT FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2022
KINDERGARTEN & PRESCHOOL
TWO HOUR EARLY RELEASE
TWO HOUR DELAY
SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENTS FOR ANY 2-HOUR EARLY RELEASE:
- AM K/Pre-K/Preschool: 8:45 am – 10:30 pm
- PM K/Preschool 11:45 am - 1:30 pm
- All Day 8:45 am– 1:30 pm
SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENTS FOR ANY 2-HOUR DELAY:
2022-23 DISTRICT WIDE
2-HOUR EARLY RELEASE DATES CURRENTLY SCHEDULED:
- AM K/Pre-K/Preschool 10:45 am – 12:30 pm
- PM K/Preschool 1:45 pm – 3:30 pm
- All Day 10:45 am – 3:30 pm
Friday, October 14, 2022
Friday, December 16, 2022
Friday, March 10, 2023
Tuesday, May 23, 2023
2022 LOGO CREATED BY WHS Student, Ryan Eshler!
Last school year, students in Graphic Design classes at Waynesville High School were given the opportunity to enter a competition to create the 2022 Ohio Sauerkraut Festival logo. The winning design was created by then junior, now senior Ryan Eshler.
Congratulations Ryan !!!
WAYNESVILLE SAUERKRAUT FESTIVAL IS THIS WEEKEND!
Saturday, October 8, 2022 from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm
Sunday, October 9, 2022 from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Historic Main Street in Downtown Waynesville
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
FALL SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
When: November 16 - 18, 2022
Where: The Spartan Room
Who: 6th - 8th Grade
Family Night: November 17th; 5:00-7:00pm
Mrs. Michel's current junior high school ASL students are encouraged to attend Deaf Day at Waynesville Fall Fest on October 29th. Mrs. Michel also welcomes her former high school ASL students (and any other students who are interested in sign language) to come out and join the fun. A mini sign class will be taught at 1:00, 3:00 and 5:00. There will also be an interpreter on the adventure truck. To receive the Deaf Day discounted rate, mention DEAF STREETLIGHT when purchasing tickets. Mrs. Michel will be attending from 12:00 - 2:00 on Saturday, but the events will continue until 6pm.
Sarah M. Michel
Waynesville High School
ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS
Hobart Institute of Welding Technology
About: Over 100,000 people have successfully completed Hobart Institute of Welding Technology courses. We have trained students both male and female from all over the world ranging from the individual student directly out of high school to employees of Fortune 500 companies.
Visit: Monday, October 24, 2022 at 11:00 am (4th Period)
Where: Mr. Jordan’s classroom
If you are interested in listening to a representative from Hobart, see Mr. Jordan or Mrs. Shinkle. This opportunity is open to all Juniors and Seniors
MIAMI WORK + PROGRAM
On Friday, October 7th, Juniors and Seniors had the opportunity to listen to the Miami Work+ program presentation.
Would you like to work the polls on Election Day?
Student Application Form must be completed and signed by parent and school.
Miami Work+ Program is a program in which students work part time, apx 24 hours a week, at certain companies, and get tuition paid for in full. It is a great opportunity for students to get college paid for. If you have any questions please contact Katie Rogers, email@example.com or Scott Jordan, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please see Mr. Stupp for application and questions.
Registration closes on October 11, 2022.
Election Day will be Tuesday, November 8, 2022.
CLICK HERE FOR APPLICATION.
Please hand in application to Mr. Stupp, WHS Teacher.
GIRLS SOCCER 14-0!!!
The Lady Spartans celebrated Senior Night on Tuesday with a 4-0 win over Greenview during our Pink-Out game. Seniors Gracyn Armstrong, Libby Bulach, Alyza Camp, Katie Dick, Allie Freese, Laine Kuhns, and Emmy Lezotte have all been integral parts of our program over the last 4 seasons and have really stepped up their leadership this year. We truly appreciate all of their efforts for the Waynesville community both on and off the field. Against Greenview, junior Sam Erbach led the team in scoring with 2 goals and 2 assists. This put her over the 200 point mark in high school girls soccer as a junior, which is a rare accomplishment! Sophomore Baylee Williams and freshman Chloe Dunford scored the other two goals for the Lady Spartans, and Freese assisted one of Erbach's goals. The win over Greenview was preceded by a hard-fought victory at Alter on Monday night. After trading goals, Waynesville pulled ahead in the second half and didn't look back going on to win 4-2 over the Lady Knights. Juniors Brooke Woody (with 2) and Caroline Stupp (with 1) both scored for the Lady Spartans along with senior Allie Freese. Assists were from Freese, Stupp, and Erbach (with 2).
The JV played a very competitive game against Alter ending in a 2-2 tie. Sophomore Becca Drew and freshman Claire Tussey both scored for the Lady Spartans off of assists from Tussey and freshman Addy Russell, respectively. Waynesville finishes up their regular season on the road next week with games at Franklin and Monroe. JV starts at 5:30 pm both nights and Varsity starts at 7:15 pm.
The Lady Spartans would like to give a shout-out to Kuhns Construction, Keller Williams Realtors Myles Greely and Angie Layne, and Dixie Marine for the donation of the new outdoor "State Champions" sign to recognize last year's team and their donations towards purchasing a team set of bags for the players! Also thank you Designs Now for the design of the sign and installation. We truly appreciate your kindness and support!
FILL THE BUS DRIVE
The Fill the Bus Food Drive was a great success! Food and toiletries were collected throughout the week during athletic contests and the bus was filled and delivered to the Waynesville Food Pantry this past Saturday. Thank you to Brian Philpot, American Legion 615, Scout Troops 516,1051, and the Waynesville Athletic Department for the support of this event.
Girls and Boys Soccer
Monday night the girls soccer team defeated Alter in a hard fought battle. Then on Tuesday night in a Varsity Double Header both the boys and girls soccer teams defeated Greeneview High School. The teams came together in a Pink Out Game to honor and remember those battling cancer between games.
10/7/2022 THROUGH 10/15/2022
IMPORTANT NOTICE ABOUT FREE AND REDUCED LUNCHES:
The first 30 days of the previous school year's status carried over to this school year. If your child has not been approved for free or reduced meals for the 2022/23 school year, those students not approved in this school year will go to "pay" status effective Monday October 3, 2022.
See below if you would like to complete a free and reduced meal application to see if you qualify.
IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING SCHOOL MEALS
FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR 2022/2023
For the past two years, the United State Department of Agriculture (USDA) has offered waivers to Child Nutrition (CN) Programs across the United States, allowing these programs to offer all students breakfast and lunch at no charge. These waivers expired on June 30, 2022. This means that this school year, the CN programs across the nation will return to normal, pre-pandemic operations.
2022/23 Free and Reduced Meal Applications are available now. Please go to your Final Forms Account to print the application.
Free and Reduced Lunch Application
You may drop off the application with any building secretary or email to: email@example.com.
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Paint & Decorate a Pumpkin
Saturday, October 15 10:30am - 11:30am
Families with children in grades 5 and under are invited to paint & decorate a pumpkin together. There will be a limit of one pumpkin per family. Space is limited and required registration begins on Monday, September 26. Please call the library @513-897-4826 to register.
Water Science for Preschoolers
(3yrs. - Kindergartners) and a Caregiver
Friday, October 14 4:00pm to 4:30pm at The Mary L. Cook Public Library
We will be exploring water with several hands-on activities. All children should bring an adult with them. Required Registration begins September 26. Please call the library to register @ 513-897-4826
Drop in Storytimes at Mary L. Cook Public Library! Please note new times: Drop in Monday 10:15am-10:30am, Tuesday 1:30pm-1:45pm, Wednesday 6:15pm - 6:30pm or Friday 10:15am - 10:30am. Join us in the children’s area for a few stories and laughs. No registration required.
Teens in 6th - 12th grade, volunteer at the Library this fall and have a frightfully fun time earning community service hours! We are looking for teens to help us make not-so-spooky decorations for an upcoming outdoor children's program at the Library in October. We will start making crafts at the library Wednesday, September 21 - October 22.
Group decoration meetings and drop-in volunteer hours are available. We will host a one-day park walk event on Saturday, October 29 from 10am-1pm at the Mary L. Cook Public Library
. Volunteers will pass out treats during the event (Saturday, October 29 from 10am-1pm) along the library's park walkway or help with activities in the library. Volunteers have the option to volunteer for decoration making, event hosting, or both.
All supplies will be provided at the library. Contact Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.
Teens in 6th -12th grade can also contact Sarah at email@example.com
for year-round Library volunteer information. The Library is a great place to earn community service hours!