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Summer hours – The Elementary and High School Offices will be open on Wednesdays 8 a.m. – 12:00 noon. Middle School questions should be directed to the High School Office. Elementary 513 897-2761 High School 513 897-2776 Middle School 513 897-4706
The building offices will reopen for the 2015/16 school year on August 3.
Recent graduates Carly Allen and Katelyn Howard were interviewed.
DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Waynesville High School was named one of the nicest schools in America after entering a competition sponsored by the Secret MeanStinks program. The school won because of the students’ efforts to create a culture of kindness over the past school year.
Learn more about their efforts that made a difference by clicking here.for the WHS REDO website.
Waynesville Basketball had four great days of camp this week. We want to thank all the players who participated this week. We look forward to seeing you on the basketball court this winter!
Congratulations to Brooke Lezotte (long jump) and the boys 4 x 400 relay team of Ramsey Skeens, Zack Vandyke, Trevor Johnson and Christian Zidaroff for making the state track meet. The state meet will be June 5-6th.
On Wednesday May 27th in the Spartan Room at 7pm we will have an open meeting for anyone interested in discussing the Waynesville Athletic Code of Conduct and possible changes being made. We are researching possible drug testing and would like input for rules and procedures.
On May 20th, 2015, 121 Waynesville Elementary students competed in our Local Science Fair. All 121 WES students competing in the fair had to present their research, experiment/investigation, results, and conclusions to two judges. The projects ranged in topics from plant growth to electrical circuits. Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make this event possible.
The Physics students finished the year by making two room houses that had to be wired with working lights. Each room had to have a specific type of electrical circuit. The students were given a battery, 8 Christmas lights, and materials to make switches. All circuits in the house had to work independently of the others just like we have in our homes. In addition, the battery wasn’t allowed to be moved from room to room. It had to power the entire house. After getting the wiring, the students had to decorate and furnish their houses. They built some
Christina Pickle, Community Education Specialist with the Community Blood Center in Dayton, presented a free program May 20th.This program is made available by the Community Blood Center / Community Tissue Services in Dayton. The program is called “My Blood, Your Blood”. Mrs. Pickle teaches about blood, its components, and the importance of blood donations and the life-long value of community service. All third grade students got a 1 hour class presentation, received a book and pencil, and have had the opportunity to do some hands on activities in the mobile blood lab. The mobile lab lets the students have fun with hand-on learning with the use of illustrations of how the heart, blood components, and how the circulatory system works.