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Tomorrow we will have our first ALiCE drill for all students at WLS. Alice is a program we adopted in 2013-14 for the safety of our students and staff. The components of ALiCE include:
We will be having drills throughout the year to help train and prepare students for such an event. We will NOT be using counter or evacuation in tomorrow’s drill.
There is a mandatory parent meeting for all winter athletes 7-12 grade on Wednesday November 19th at 7pm in the high school gym. We will be covering the code of conduct and Waynesville Athletics new Core Values.
W.H.S. Theatre presents the classic comedy ARSENIC AND OLD LACE November 13-15 at 7:00 PM.
Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students/seniors. They may be purchased in advance at W.H.S. or at the Box Office in the W.M.S. lobby starting at 6:00 on show nights.
Over 60 W.H.S. students are involved in onstage and behind the scenes, making this our biggest show yet! Don’t miss your chance to see them at their finest!
The Marching Spartans had their best performance of the year at the Anderson High School Band Competition. We placed 1st in Class C outdistancing the second place band by 20 points. In addition, we earned the Best Percussion and Best Auxiliary in our class. It was the perfect way to end the marching band season. The band will appear this weekend at Kings Island in a non-competitive performance. The band thanks the Boosters and all parents for their time and support.
2014 Annual Volley For The Cure Match is Tuesday Oct. 7th. JV starting at 5:30pm and Varsity starting at 7:00pm. Please join us and help the Lady Spartans support breast cancer awareness as they take on the Carlisle Indians in our last home match as well as Senior Night! There will be lots of activities from raffles to game time give away's and a special Bonus Senior Boys vs. Varsity Girls match. Baked goods and such will be on sale and all proceeds will go to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Ohio will soon replace its Ohio Graduation Tests (OGT) with new end-of-course exams that better measure whether students will be ready for college or a position in the workforce.
This year, most Ohio students in grades 3-8 will take a new and different set of state achievement tests that are based on Ohio’s New Learning Standards. Both the standards and new tests reflect higher expectations for what students should know and be able to do in math, English language arts, science and social studies. The new tests also will better measure what students have learned and what they can do with their knowledge.
In grades 3-8 math, the new state tests will replace the Ohio Achievement Assessments (OAA).
The annual Writing Center Tutor Training Workshop was held at Waynesville High School the week of August 4-8. Six high school juniors/seniors – Kyle Buflod, Cynthia James, Britt Jones, Katelyn Howard, Julie Slyby, and Tori Wilson-- spent the week polishing their writing abilities as well as developing their conferencing skills to be used in the Writing Center, which is located in the high school media center.
On August 18th, we are going to have an OPEN HOUSE for ALL high school students. Open house will be from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm and you may bring your child in at any time during this time frame. During this time you will have the opportunity to do the following:
Incoming senior Bryce Linkous represented Waynesville on the baseball field at Fifth Third Field in the Bob Ross Baseball Classic this past weekend. Over forty of the top baseball players represented north and south Dayton during this yearly baseball classic. Bryce earned the starting nod on the mound for his squad and struck out one in his only inning pitching. Offensively, Bryce was one for two with a single and stolen base. He played shortstop and third base throughout the all star game. Going into his senior year, Bryce has two single season baseball records for the Spartans.