Middle School Track Awards for 7th & 8th grade will be held in the cafeteria on Tuesday, May 23rd.
There will be an Ice Cream Social from 5:00-5:30 followed by the Awards from 5:30-6:00pm.
The High School Track and Field Awards will be held on Tuesday (tomorrow!), May 23rd in the Cafeteria.
6:30 - 8:00 PM
See Coach Vrettos in RM 20 for more information.
ALL uniforms need to be turned in at the awards night.
On May 11th, students from Waynesville High School showed their classmates some of their talents....some well-known, while others not so known. Either way it was a fantastic afternoon of student performances and entertainment by our panel of
The Waynesville High School Baseball Team has advanced themselves once again by defeating Kenton Ridge in a 10-8 battle this past Saturday. The team will play again on Thursday, May 25th in the SWEET 16. The game will be played at Mason at 5:00PM
Congratulations to all of the District placers for Waynesville this past weekend...... Girls Regional Qualifiers: Alexa neely - 100m hurdles - 2nd place at District Emily O'Connor - 1600m & 800m - 3rd place in both Jessica Gill, Madison Dietz,
THE MISSION OF THE 2ND & 7 FOUNDATION IS TO PROMOTE READING BY PROVIDING FREE BOOKS AND POSITIVE ROLE MODELS TO KIDS IN NEED WHILE ENCOURAGING YOUNG ATHLETES OF THE COMMUNITY TO PAY IT FORWARD. Student athletes from high schools and universities across
UPDATED: 2:35PM Students will be arriving back from the 8th Grade Washington, D.C. trip at approximately 4:30-4:45 Friday afternoon. The buses will unload at the Park/Tennis Court parking lot, next to the playground.
The Waynesville Baseball Team earns the title of Sectional Champion with their 11-5 win over Madison. Good luck as they head on to Districts playing Kenton Ridge on Saturday at 11 am in Miamisburg for a District Championship. Way to go Waynesville!!! "Trust the Process"
Logan Bloom earned the title of District Champion in the discus event with a throw of 133 feet. Way to go Spartan Logan Bloom!
During the week of May 8, 2017, students at the John Lazares Alternative School participated in the National Science Foundation STEM Guitar Project conducted by Sinclair Community College. Fifteen students from eight different school districts, including