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The Boys Basketball game with Clinton Massie has been rescheduled from Tuesday Feb 14th to Tuesday Feb 21st at Clinton Massie. Game times will be at 4:30, 6 and 7:30.
The Boys and Girls Sectional tournaments are as follows: The Girls will be playing Fayetteville at Wilmington High School, onb Saaturday Feb 18th at 12:30. The Boys will be playing the winner of Preble Shawnee and Dayton Christian on Tuesday Feb 28th at 6:30 at Bellbrook.
Pre-sale tickets for both games can be purchased in the High School office for $6 each.
Congratulations to the competition cheerleaders for qualifying for the State Championships this past Sunday. There were only two out of 5 Division 3 schools at the regional who qualified in the cheer division and the Waynesville squad was one of them! The ladies also qualified for the State Dance Championships with their hip hop routine. These two events will take place on Sunday, March 4 in Columbus. Great Job Girls! Members of the squad are: Sara Audia, Ty Burd, Cassidy Evans, Morgan Gregg, Sam Jeffries, Kristina Painter, Haley Pickett, Carissa Stamm, K
Caleb Keeton has signed a letter of intent to play football at Lindsey Wilson College in Kentucky. Caleb was named to the All-state team in football two years in a row and has set numerous records while kicking at Waynesville.
Pictured are Anna Keeton, Craig Keeton, Caleb, Stacy Keeton and Molly Keeton
Back row- Head Coach Brandon Philpot and Athletic Director Tim Gabbard
Katelyn Danner – Edward Jones Scholar Athlete of the month of December. Katelyn Danner was named the Edward Jones scholar - athlete of the for her contributions to the Waynesville Girls Basketball team. Kate scored 37 points and tied a school record 7 three point goals vs Preble Shawnee. Kate also maintains a 3.4 G.P A.
Congratulations and thanks to Craig Vaughn of Edward Jones for supporting Waynesville athletics
Two WCCC students attended the SkillsUSA Regional Officer Training Leadership Conference in Washington DC recently. Gade Abrams, Waynesville, SW Region Historian and a senior in the Electricity program, placed first in Individual Prepared Speech and also shared a first place award in Opening and Closing Ceremony with a team that included Cosmetology senior and SW Region President Hannah Bergeron, Springboro.
Gade plans to pursue additional training in the electrical field after graduation. He is currently working with his instructor, Rick Centers, on early job placement for second semester. Hannah plans to work in the cosmetology field while pursuing further education in theater arts. She is interested in the costuming, hair and makeup areas in theater.
The students were accompanied by WCCC Instructor Virgil Neal, who serves as a state advisor for SkillsUSA. While in Washington, the students talked about CTE opportunities with senators and representatives, and received leadership training from national SkillsUSA staff.
If you need assistance with completing a FAFSA form this event is extremely helpful in answering all of your questions. Representatives from area colleges will sit with you and help you fill out your FAFSA form. To register for the event go to www.ohiocollegegoalsunday.org or call 1-800-233-6734.
Post Secondary Educational Option meeting is set for Thursday, February 16th at 7pm in the cafeteria.
If you are a ninth, tenth, eleventh, or twelfth grade student, the Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program provides you with an opportunity to take classes at eligible post-secondary institutions. These institutions include community colleges, post-secondary vocational technical institutions, state universities, and many private colleges and universities.
This presentation is open to all students and parents in the district. Nikki Dippold will be here to go over the college financial aid process. She will also go over in detail the FAFSA form and answer your specific questions Regarding the financial aid process. She will also cover all types of financial aid loans and outside scholarship information. The meeting will start at 7pm
and will be in the HS Media Center.