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Good News Friday - January 20th, 2017

Posted on: January 20, 2017


Join the Conversation   The Wayne Local Schools Board of Education and Administration has embarked in a process to assess and develop a master facilities plan that addresses physical deficiencies, redefines and modernizes our educational facilities.  We completed four (4) community forums designed to educate and elicit feedback on potential options that range from short-term components replacement, building renovations to full building replacement.  The master plan becomes an intentional way to map the future of our facilities.  The public feedback gathered during the forums will be embedded in our master facilities plan.   Forum Feedback:

  • Participants agree that something needs to be done to address our current facility issues.
  • There is not a “zero-cost” option with our current facilities.
  • Participants prefer that all of our school buildings remain here on the Waynesville campus instead of looking to acquire land.
  • The size and price tag of the task to upgrade and modernize our facilities requires we use a “segmented approach” that prioritizes and establishes an order of implementation to be determined.
  • In a “segmented approach;” participants agree that Waynesville Elementary should be addressed first.
  • After viewing the professional findings and recommendations from the Ohio School Facilities Commission’s assessment of Waynesville Elementary; participants favor replacing the elementary with a new building.
  • Participants support saving or incorporating historical elements of the 1915 building into new construction
  • In order to maximize square footage and programming; participants support the District potentially moving the 6th grade back to the elementary in a new building solution.

By closely assessing our current facilities, gaining input from the community and incorporating assistance from the Ohio School Facilities Commission and other professional entities our facility solutions will shape the future of education in Waynesville for generations to come.  This is going to be an intense process; we will continue to update our school community on the progress of our master facilities plan, its contents and ultimately the decisions made as we move forward.   Yours in Education, Pat Dubbs, Superintendent of Schools

Congratulations to the following students for a job well done!
WAYNESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 2nd QUARTER HONOR ROLL 3.75 AND UP Morgan Achard, Cameron Adams, Grace Aldrich, Mary Baker, Morgan Baker, Kayla Bakker, Ashley Beach, Jackson Beachler, Caroline Bensman, Brandon Blair, Brian Blair, Reagan Blanton, Jonas Boggs, Hannah Bone, Mason Bone, Jocelyn Bouchair, Sophie Brown, Ryan Brush, Jade Buckland, Hannah Bulcher, Macy Burchfield, Olivia Burd, Lydia Burton, Madelyn Burton, Adyson Camp, Chase Cartwright, Hunter Case, Kierstyn Cassidy, Hunter Clements, Candice Cockerham, Owen Conley, Carly Conner, Ben Crafton, David Crossgrove, Bryce Daniel, Marissa Derrick, Kennedy Deters, Daniel Driscoll, Mikayla Duncan, Miles Emerson, Nathan Eshler, Katie Feldmann, Aleshia Findley, Loren Foley, Nathan Forste, Thomas Foster, Ryan Fowler, Cooper Fravel, Aaron Fromer, Aubrey Gibbs, Jessica Gill, Kayleigh Gleason, Michael Good, Mac Greely, Taylor Gwin, Megan Handle, Brooke Hardin, Ezra Harper, Julianah Harter, Sarah Hartman, Kenna Harvey, Lexi Henry, Abigail Highley, Alex Hines, Joe Hobbs, Ashley Jenkins, Grant Johnson, Sarah Jones, Grace Jordan, Hannah Kaan, Lauren Keeley, Will Kelley, Jenne Kennard, Danielle Kossler, Kaitlin Krumnauer, McKenna Lamont-Rogers, Harley Lincoln, Noah Little, Mason Lukens, Benjamin Lyons, Lyndsay Magoto, Breanna Maher, Tracy Maines, Aaron McNeeley, Reagan Metzler, Anna Miller, Derek Miller, Josie Miller, Morgan Miller, Dara Morgan, Meredith Morris, Rachel Murray, Benjamin Muth, David Muth, Mario Navarro-Romero, Kendra Neely, Ryan Nelson, Jonathan Nichols, Sara O’Connor, Daniel Papanek, Ryan Papanek, Willa Pardon, Anna Parry, Brooke Perry, Devin Phillips, Emma Philpot, Lucas Pollack, Ashley Powell, Rhianna Powell, Jacob Prewitt, Gabby Price, Haley Price, Kenzie Purkey, Kerstyn Purkey, Aubrey Rains, Hannah Reeder, Jesse Reeves, Drake Reynolds, Jonathan Richards, Alexa Ritter, Kyle Rodriguez, Staci Ryane, Allison Savage, Mikayla Schmidt, Mason Schoephoerster, Haley Schrock, Evelyn Schroeder, Jenna Senetra, Mariah Shaffer, Megan Sharp, Tanner Shinkle, Emmy Siders, Marcella Sizer, Lauren Slattery, Sydni Stanley, Makala Steinbrugge, Chaz Stump, Seth Sturgill, Ryan Teeters, Sidney Thomson, Tara Todd, Sarah Van Hoose, Kate Von Handorf, Dora Vrettos, Lydia Vrettos, Caleb Walton, Matthew Warren, Kailee Webb, Taylor Wells, Zeke Wessendarp, Jake Wieland, Alexander Williams, Tyler Williams, Paige Wilms, Emily Wilson, Lindsey Worthington, Alexis Wynn, Brittni Young, Kaitlyn Zebell, Megan Zebell.  
Full-time CCP Student 1st Semester Honor Roll 3.75 and up Parker Boring, Taylor Burkholder, Gehrig Habermehl, Malia Hall, Tommy Isaacs, Katy Penneau, Alyssa Williams  
WAYNESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 2nd QUARTER HONOR ROLL 3.30-3.74 Katelyn Abney, Hazelyn Almeter, Cameron Anderson, Abigail Austin, Jaymes Avella, Tazzden Bailey, Nikolas Ball, Sabrina Ball, Sa’Vonna Barber, Bethany Barnhorst, Emily Bassett, Charla Bees, Julia Begley, Joseph Bensman, Daniel Bishop, Riley Blankenship, Bailey Blevins, Emily Boesenberg, Kyle Boggeln, Carli Brown, Gracie Bryant, Daniel Butterbaugh, Jaiden Byram, Mason Callahan, Joey Carter, Gracie Cooper, Makayla Couch, Tyler Dakin, Rachael Dale, Sean Durham, Tanner Fannin, Kolton Frankenberg, Madison Fry, Riley Gabbard, Emily Garner, Livia Gillum, Savannah Godfrey, Alyson Goldsberry, Crystal Green, Noah Greer, Brittany Hardyman, Kayla Hartshorn, Lynzie Hartshorn, Jacob Hobbs, Kevin Hutcherson, Sierra Kindred, Michaela King, Nathan Kraft, Gabe Kronenberger, Gavin Linkous, Morgan Lowing, Jules MacLennan, Hunter Mahorney, Courtney Maines, Sara Napier, Edwin Neace, Bryce Nolbertowicz, Emily O’Connor, Katie Ooten-Meier, Roslynn Papetti, George Petkervich, Danielle Pfeiffer, Derek Phillips, Chloe Plummer, Caden Rasey, Jacob Rasey, Kourtney Rentz, Ashton Rice, Riley Rice, Dominic Riviello, Blade Roscoe, Kevin Savage, Micah Schenking, Hannah Selk, Jennifer Slyby, Cheyenne Smith, Skylar Staley, Kelsey Stamm, Patrick Stone, Parker Struewing, Chase Thompson, Gracie Van Schaik, Austin Williams, Bailey Wilson.  
Full-time CCP Student 1st Semester Honor Roll 3.25-3.74 Taylor Eitel, James Schneider, Doug Clark, Jakes Oakes, Skylar Stiles, Colt Wells
HIGH SCHOOL PERFECT ATTENDANCE 2nd QUARTER   Morgan Achard, Hazelyn Almeter, Jaymes Avella, Tazzden Bailey, Sa’Vonna Barber, Bethany Barnhorst, John Barnthouse II, Ashley Beach, Charla Bees, Danny Bishop, Brandon Blair, Brian Blair, Logan Bloom, Jonas Boggs, Mason Bone, Carli Brown, Ryan Brush, Daniel Butterbaugh, John Byers, Anthony Carmichael, Chase Cartwright, Tanner Clark, Makayla Couch, David Crossgrove, Rachael Dale, Kennedy Deters, Daniel Driscoll, Cole Durham, Nathan Eshler, Aleshia Findley, Loren Foley, Ryan Fowler, Adam Frank, Cooper Fravel, Aaron Fromer, Kiersten Gober, Alyson Goldsberry, Dominic Hammett, Brooke Hardin, Ezra Harper, Stephen Henninger, Alex Hines, Joe Hobbs, Kaela Hurley, Ashley Jenkins, Connor Johnson, Jenne Kennard, Sierra Kindred, Michaela King, Danielle Kossler, Nathan Kraft, Harley Lincoln, Ryan Lipinski, Noah Little, Morgan Lowe, Mason Lukens, Breanna Maher, Hawk Mahorney, Hunter Mahorney, Braxton Maiolo, Bobbie McCoy, John McCoy, Derek Miller, Luke Moore, Benjamin Muth, David Muth, Devyn Nauroth, Mario Navarro-Romero, Ryan Nelson, Sara O’Connor, Katie Ooten-Meier, Ian Parry, Derek Phillips, Devin Phillips, Emma Philpot, Chloe Plummer, Lucas Pollack, Jacob Prewitt, Annaliese Price, Kenzie Purkey, Caden Rasey, Jesse Reeves, Jonathan Richards, Allison Savage, Kevin Savage, Mikayla Schmidt, Emma Seidenschmidt, Tanner Shinkle, Lauren Slattery, Ethan Speers, Parker Struewing, Austin Vaughn, Justin Vaughn, Matthew Warren, Natalie Weigandt, Zeke Wessendarp, Halen Wick, Caroline Wieland, Jacob Wieland, Austin Williams, Brandon Williams, Tyler Williams, Katie Wilson, Jordan Wiseman, Kailee Woods, Alexis Wynn.
Caden Adams, Colin Amato, Jacob Amburgy, Savanna Amburgy, Ryleigh Anderson, Gracyn Armstrong, Booker Atkins, Lindsey Austin, Cameron Bailey, Rhett Bailey, Tazzaray Bailey, Makenna Baker, Evan Barrett, Zoe Bees, Zane Blaisdell, Alayna Brown, Levi Bulach, Wesley Burton,  Alexis Butt, McKenzie Callahan, Alyza Camp, Trevor Camp, Katelyn Case, Teagan Cassidy, Dominick Clark, Eli Click, Logan Coffey, Audrey Conley, Danny Denier, Katie Dick, Allison Duff, Owen Emerson, Ryan Eshler, Carianne Everson, Mya Farley, Colleen Federle, Kylee Felumlee, Jenna Foley, Karlie Frankenberg, Sean Friedhoff, Hannah Gill, Elaina Grayson, Macy Grayson, Rylan Guthrie, Grayden Habermehl, Brynn Hallows, Kate Handle, Reagan Hardyman, Rowan Hartsock, Kaden Harvey, Tanner Hatmaker, Benjamin Hines, Rachel Ingle, Jacob Johnson, Cooper Koch, Clara Kolaczkowski, Hannah Krumholtz, Lucy Krumholtz, Sidney Lauffer, Payton Layne, Ryan Leopold, Anna Lipinski, Ashley Lukens, Elizabeth McKeehan, Ryan Metzler, Ian Miltenberger, Avery Moore, Levi Morgan, Reuben Morgan, Haylee Napper, Alex Nelson, Jordan Patterson, Hannah Pauley, Josh Philpot, Gavin Price, Jordan Rader, Megan Rieger, Jamie Ripperger, Kate Rohrer, Nicholas Ronald, Carter Roos, Brooke Schoephoerster, AJ Seidenschmidt, Kaden Senetra, Lexie Shaffer, Wyatt Shinkle, Cadynn Shutts, Carson Shutts, Brad Sisk, Emma Sizer, Chase Skidmore, Alaina Spencer, Landen Stricker, Wyatt Stricker, Zachary Strong, Ernie Taylor, Ashley Tudela, Jenna Turner, Alexei Van Schaik, Samuel Warren, Andrew Weaver, David Weaver, Emma Williams, Kiersten Williams, Nick Williamson, Cana Wilson, Noah Wooldridge, Holly Worthington, Alexis Youtsey, Megan Zidaroff  
3.30 – 3.74
Maddie Almeter, Landon Alvarez, Harrison Aunspaw, Aidan Bailey, Megan Bailey, Connor Berens, Lucas Borgert, Morgan Bostwick, Fallon Bradford, Casey Briggs, Sydney Brown, Libby Bulach, Jennifer Burch, Leah Butterbaugh, Dean Byers, Jake Childers, Kaden Christensen, Wesley Conner, Bradley Conte, Emily Cook, Sarah Crafton, Lillian Crumback, Ali Dale, Brayden Dapice, Brayden Dietz, Shelby Dietz, Amaya Dolce, Melynn Duff, Jake Duncan, Caitlin Durham, Marina Feldhaus, Gabriel Foley, Kaylei Ford-Nelson, Darby Frederick, Jade Ghanayem, William Gleason, Brayden Granger, Eamon Humphrey, Abby Johnson, Denver Johnson, Addison Justice-Cummins, Lilly Justice-Cummins, Noah Lindsey, Grace Moore, Riley Osborn, Samantha Parks, Olivia Reeder, Anthony Scamorza, Kale Shaffer, Anicca Sivsov, Blaise Sizer, Emma Slattery, Kayla Smith, Brett Snyder, Megan Spencer, Mikayla Stacy, Noah Starcher, Peyton Stiles, Joseph Stone, Viviana Syvertsen, Clellon Tamme, James Taylor, Jeanna Titus, Katie Todd, Kohl Todd, Nolan Todd, Alexa Walker, Cole Walton, Emily Wells, Javen Wheaton, Megan Winterbotham, Ethan Witt, Gavin Witt, Luke Zebell

WAYNESVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL Perfect Attendance - Quarter 2   Caden Adams, Abby Alderton, Maddie Almeter, Ava Amato, Colin Amato, Jacob Amburgy, Savanna Amburgy, Booker Atkins, Aidan Bailey, Cameron Bailey, Rhett Bailey, Cage Barnthouse, Teacy Bishop, Zane Blaisdell, Jack Blanton, Casey Briggs, Alayna Brown, Daric Brown, Sydney Brown, Alexx Buckner, Libby Bulach, Alexis Butt, Katelyn Case, Teagan Cassidy, Eli Click, Harley Cole, Caden Conley, Emily Cook, Gabe Coppock, Will Damron, Brayden Dapice, Danny Denier, Katie Dick, Amaya Dolce, Allison Duff, Ryan Eshler, Mya Farley, Quinten Flowers, Gabriel Foley, Elaina Grayson, Macy Grayson, Rylan Guthrie, Kenyon Hammett, Havana Hanauer, Reagan Hardyman, Liam Harper, Kaden Harvey, Tanner Hatmaker, Benjamin Hines, Daniel Hoffman II, Hayden Hughes, Rylee Jones, Vance Jordan, Addison Justice-Cummins, Cooper Koch, Aidan Kronenberger, Hannah Krumholtz, Sidney Lauffer, Ryan Leopold, Noah Lindsey, Anna Lipinski, Ellie Little, Madison Lowe, Ashley Lukens, Brielle Mahoney, Elizabeth McKeehan, Cam Melvin, Ryan Metzler, Ian Miltenberger, Levi Morgan, Reuben Morgan, Bereket Morris, Stefan Muterspaw, Kaden Napper, Alex Nelson, Luke Osborn, Riley Osborn, Jordan Patterson, Hannah Pauley, Gavin Price, Jordan Rader, Olivia Reeder, Drew Reeves, Megan Rieger, Nicholas Ronald, Evan Sauby, Anthony Scamorza, Lexie Shaffer, Carson Shutts, Brad Sisk, Blaise Sizer, Chase Skidmore, Emma Slattery, Kayla Smith, Megan Spencer, Elijah St. Pierre, Noah Starcher, Zachary Strong, Clellon Tamme, James Taylor, Kohl Todd, Alexei Van Schaik, Isaac Walker, Samuel Warren, Andrew Weaver, David Weaver, Javen Wheaton, Emma Whitaker, Ali Whittamore, Emma Williams, Hunter Wiseman, Gavin Witt, Natalie Woods, Nathan Woody, Megan Zidaroff

ONE CALL NOW One Call Now is Wayne Local School’s Emergency Notification System.  It is used to contact students and school staff quickly and effectively by phone, email, and/or text message. You can receive phone calls, text alerts or emails regarding School Closings, Delays, or other Special Events/Circumstances. Text messaging and emails will be received faster than phone calls; so we always encourage subscribers to sign up for text and/or email.   To register, please send the following information to Kelly Miller at :  

  • If you are Subscribing or Unsubscribing
  • Phone number that is being contacted
  • Parent’s name and student’s name
  • Phone number that you can be reached at if we have questions
  • State your preference of notification:

                  Phone call and text and/or Email You may also call Kelly Miller at 513-897-2776 X3007 or email her if you have any questions.

FOURTH GRADE UPDATE!   Happy New Year! The fourth grade students have been getting back in their routines and working very hard in the New Year. In language arts with Mrs. Garafolo we have been diving into learning all about persuasive writing and how to create and structure a persuasive writing piece. We have also been working on learning the different types of text structure and how each serve a specific purpose to reading and understanding. Newsela, a nonfiction based reading program, is being utilized in the classroom for independent practice and reteaching of skills taught in the classroom. The students enjoy using this program as it involves technology and earning rewards based on their performance on the short quizzes that are attached to the reading passages. Switching gears, in Mrs. Rasey’s math class we have been learning about fractions. The students have learned how to add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators, how to change an improper fraction to a mixed number, and how to change a mixed number back to an improper fraction. The students have been working very hard throughout this unit. As we wrap up the unit this week, students will begin digging into learning all about decimals.   Friendly Reminders: Reading 20 minutes nightly and working on basic multiplication facts tremendously increases your child’s ability to be successful in the classroom setting!   Ashten Swank  

7TH GRADE SCIENCE EXPLORES BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES, GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE, AND THE ATMOSPHERE   After spending the first semester studying matter and energy, we will now begin investigating how matter and energy are used, changed, and recycled here on Earth.  We started this week exploring the water cycle.  Along with learning the processes of the water cycle, we will experiment with different types of sediment to determine which ones are the most porous and permeable.  We will also discuss aquifers and focus on the movement of runoff and groundwater.  Often, these processes of the water cycle can pick up contaminants and pollution that get into our water supply, so we will examine these potential problems.     The water cycle is one of three biogeochemical cycles that we will study this year.  Later this quarter, we will also explore the processes of the carbon cycle and the nitrogen cycle.  Both of these cycles move important nutrients around Earth for living organisms to use.  These two cycles also have a big impact on the gases in our atmosphere.  By changing the balance in these cycles, human activities may be contributing to global climate change, which will be a topic of discussion for our class during that unit.   In addition to learning about how biogeochemical cycles move key nutrients, we will also investigate how differences in energy and composition drive global atmospheric and ocean currents.  These currents circulate around the world and determine climate patterns.  For example, global winds play a big role in determining whether a land mass will be a tropical rain forest or a desert.  By studying these concepts, 7th graders will start to get a picture of how these processes affect Earth and how humans are influencing these processes.   Kelley Bricker 7th Grade Science Teacher MRS. KEETON -

THIRD GRADE MATH   Third Grade Math students have finished up units on multiplication and division and are now using the four math operations to solve one and two step story problems.  This tends to be difficult when students have to understand what operations to use before solving the problems.   Some of our students are in deep competition with our online program First in Math.  This online program helps increase student’s problem solving, critical thinking, and basic math skills in a fun way.  Students are able to access this program at school as well as at home.  I’d like to give a BIG shout out to the following top third graders for earning the most points or stickers at this point in the school year.  

Top 25 Third Graders for Waynesville Elementary Rachel Finegan, , Evelyn Malcolm,  Grace Royalty, Madeline Kolaczkowski, Lori Baker, Katie Berrey, Abby Buck,  Bella Bradley, Maggie Stephenson, Addison Russell, Ian Byerly, Drew Martini, Tate Manley, Izzy Hardin, Zevin Sesslar, Brayden Green, Andrew Stupp, Raven Pendergraff, Ashlyn Callahan, Blake Suittor, Megan Squire , Abby Baker, Sylvia Moffitt, Taylor Johnson, and Kate Matt.   Shout out to Rachel Finegan who is 10th in First in Math for the 3rd Grade in the State of Ohio!  Rachel has also passed all of her timed multiplication facts in class! Congratulations Rachel!    Several students have had the opportunity to work on

Enrichment Research Projects above and beyond our normal curriculum.  Students are comparing and researching such things as the calories of Kid’s Meals for Fast Food Restaurants, the prices for different kinds of pets, and calculating the differences between the heights of famous buildings.  The students love these projects, and display their findings in some type of graph or chart.  These research projects are perfect for practicing math skills and integrating technology.    All students are encouraged to practice their math facts each evening.  This only benefits them when working on our problem solving skills and daily work in class.   Mrs. Keeton PROJECT EXCELLENCE

NOMINATION FORMS DEADLINE FEBRUARY 24, 2017 It’s that time again to nominate an excellent Educator or an Innovative Teacher.  Remember the educator must hold a current teaching certificate and work at Wayne Local.  You can access the nomination form 2 different ways. 

  • You can nominate deserving teachers by completing the on-line form on the website – just click on - and click on “PROJECT EXCELLENCE NOMINATION FORM” to open –  complete the requested  information and when you hit “submit” the document will be emailed to Project Excellence in Lebanon. NOTE: nominations received that have the text area left blank will be discarded  “Text Area” What does this educator do that exemplifies excellence in teaching? Please be as specific as possible.  
  • If you prefer you may print the Project Excellence form for 2017 by clicking here.  This document can be mailed via US Mail – send to Area Progress Council of Warren County, Inc., Project Excellence Committee, P O Box 802, Lebanon 45036 or scanned and emailed to .   Nominations will close Friday – February 24, 2017.

EMPTY BOWLS Date: January 21st 4- 7:30 (while supplies lasts) Where: Front lobby of the high school What: Food, Bowls & Basketball games!  What can I do?:  Come to the sale! Buy a bowl or just donate.  Make food for the event!   What is Empty Bowls? It is a fundraiser for our art program here at the school and to help fight hunger! Handmade bowls will be sold (with food in them) January 21st during three home basketball games to raise funds. A donation will be made investing back into our Food To Go program to fight hunger among our own students. Food To Go sends food home with students in need over the week ends each week!   Students and staff have been coming into the art room for the past few months to build/throw and glaze ceramic bowls. So far we have had the pleasure of hosting in the art room to work on bowls, both student councils, the girls’ basketball team, administration, teachers, and art club students! They have created 75+ bowls with more to be fired for the sale!!!    There have been many who have already expressed interest in coming to buy a bowl so don't miss out on the opportunity to support the arts and fight hunger among the youth of our community.          See you soon! The Art Department   Contact: Bethany Lamb Kristen Gebhardt

Waynesville Baseball 9th Annual Mattress Sale Fundraiser SAVE THE DATE: Saturday, February 18   This is just a reminder that the Waynesville High School Baseball team will be sponsoring their ninth annual mattress sale on Saturday, February 18. Please keep this fundraiser in mind if you or anyone you know is in the market for a new mattress set this year. This has been a very successful fundraiser for us over the past several years, and we are very excited to sponsor this mattress sale once again this year. All proceeds directly support the Waynesville baseball program. Brand new, name brand, top quality mattress sets with full manufacturer warranties. Much higher quality for price than a retail store! All sizes, price ranges, delivery and free layaway will be available. If you are considering buying a new mattress, check out this fundraiser!! There will be mattress showroom set up in the Middle School cafeteria on Saturday, February 18 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you have any questions or need a new mattress before our sale, please contact Ultimate Fundraising Solutions at    Ryan Hill, Head Coach Waynesville Varsity Baseball

SUB PARAPROFESSIONALS NEEDED   WLS is in need of sub paraprofessionals to work with our special needs children.  If you are interested please fill out the WLS Non-cert application.  You must have both your BCI and FBI background checks on file with WLS.  Please turn in the application at the Superintendent’s Office. 

Cathy Joefreda

Amp up your future at TechOlympics 2017   Date: February 24th- 26th   TechOlympics 2017 takes place Feb. 24-26, 2017 at The Millennium Hotel, Cincinnati Ohio. Students that attend will be exposed to incredible opportunities that will help them become successful in the future and prepare them for the dynamic and thriving field of technology. Professionals from many industries and organizations across Cincinnati will guide students through technology-based challenges, discussions, and workshops to improve a wide range of skills.    At TechOlympics, students will gain a competitive edge on their peers by developing their resume, personal brand, and interviewing skills.  Network with professionals from top local companies and colleges to discover internship and educational opportunities, and learn about hot topics in technology and use their skills to compete in a wide range of competitions. This opportunity is organized by The INTERalliance of Greater Cincinnati, For more information, visit:   Important Student Registration Deadlines: Friday, January 27, 2017 – Regular Registration ($150.00) Friday, February 3, 2017 – Late Registration ($175.00)    Register at: (1/27) Abby J. Shinkle Academic Planning 6-12

Senate Page Program   Senator Portman has been offered the opportunity to nominate a Senate Page for Summer 2017 – Session 1, which would run from June 12, 2017 – June 30, 2017.  The application deadline is February 27, 2017. Requirements for Selection

  • Senate Pages must be sponsored by a Senator
  • Pages must be citizens of the United States or subject to agreements of the Department of State, and must have a social security number
  • Summer Page eligibility is limited to students who have completed the sophomore year and who will be 16 or 17 years old on or before the date of appointment
  • Pages must verify a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a home school transcript and a certification of immunization to qualify for attendance at the school
  • A general health assessment completed by a licensed physician is required, in addition to a certification of immunization
  • Pages are required to be covered by health insurance; if not covered, they will be required to enroll in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program

The application and additional information about the program can be found at: (2/24) Abby J. Shinkle Academic Planning 6-12  

BE A HERO Pay it Forward Bag Campaign This Pay it Forward Campaign is designed to have students help others by bringing hygiene products to fill a Hero Bag. The items collected will be distributed to other students on January 27th, 2017.  These items are basic necessities that some families may need to get through the month. There will be collection boxes found in the lobby of both the Middle School and High Schools for you to drop donations. Collections can be made from Monday, January 16th -25th.   Community support is welcome and appreciated as well! ITEMS BEING COLLECTED: ALL BAGS: Shampoo/Conditioner, body wash, toothbrush/toothpaste/floss, and deodorant. Bags will also be filled with additional MALE or FEMALE items. Examples of these extra items:   Males-  men’s comb, finger nail file cleaner/brush, small bottle of laundry detergent and softener sheets, socks, or hair gel.  Female-  feminine products, small brush, hair ties, socks, lotion. Detergent and dryer sheets may also be donated.    Be A Hero was created in memory of Justin Back who consistently gave back to others. This is a great way to be a Hero to someone else.  Any and all donations are appreciated.  This campaign runs through January 20, 2017.  

JANUARY IS APPRECIATION MONTH January serves as Appreciation month in Waynesville. All students grades 6-12 are writing letters of appreciation to one peer and one school employee. All letters will be delivered January 27th! Would you like to join in? Please feel free to write your child, school employee, coach, or another special person a letter of appreciation. Drop your school letters off to the main office in the high school and yours will be delivered along with the rest of the appreciation letters the students wrote over the past month.  Perform a Random Act of Kindness on January 27th (3rd annual Day of Appreciation).

ACT –SAT PREP OPPORTUNITIES Waynesville High School JUNIORS are scheduled to take the ACT college admissions test on April 19, 2017 at WHS, within the school day, free of charge.  This is a new Ohio law this creates great opportunity and can cut the cost of college entrance in half to a third of what it was previously.  To help prepare the Juniors for this test, WHS has implemented an ACT Review within the school day during the ETEH time frame.  However, if you feel your child could use extra prep, WHS recommends looking into the LEAProgram.   The LEAP (Learning Environment & Assistance Program) is another avenue to help your child prepare for the ACT.    The LEAProgram assists students to help meet their individual goals. There are many different categories to investigate, however the ACT prep session is highly recommended.  There are currently sessions available in Mason, Ohio.  The course consists of four – 2 hour strategy sessions: English, Mathematics, Reading/Science and Essay taught by top-notch math and English teachers. Each strategy session includes introduction to the ACT and SAT tests, explanation of strategies for particular questions, group practice of strategies, independent practice and question/answer time. The class also includes the administration of a three-hour multiple choice actual ACT test that is scored and students can keep for review. At the conclusion of the course, students will have completed at least 3 full ACT's and 1 SAT. Students must purchase The Official ACT Prep Guide.   Note that the fourth of the five classes will be 4 hours in length to allow for a full-length timed ACT administration. This is an actual ACT that is scored and students get to keep for further review.  All courses limited to 18 students, but they offer several opportunities each time to accommodate many students and a variety of scheduling needs.  It would be important to check dates for availability. Sessions are filling up quickly.  For more information go to   or e-mail Abby Shinkle Academic Advisor/ Career Rep.

SPORTS NEWS Athletic Schedules: under Athletics  
All records and stats can be found at the SWBL website

Athletic Hall of Fame weekend!!! This weekend is the 20th Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremonies. Those being inducted are Steve Jones - 1972, Mike Cassidy-1985, Candice Raab - 2006, Ben Roeser -2008.  Special inductees - Rod Wierauch - longtime coach and Elaine Coffman Athletic and School booster. Induction breakfast is at 9:00 a.m. at United Methodist Church.  Cost is $20 for adults and $10 for children. The inductees will also be introduced at halftime of the Boys Varsity game that evening vs Miami Valley  

Lady Spartans move to 14 and 0!!!! The Lady Spartans defeated Oakwood on Thursday night by a score of 65 to 37.  This victory moved the team to 14-0 on the season.  Rachel Murray led Waynesville with 26 points followed by Marcella Sizer with 13.  The team will be playing Saturday at home vs Preble Shawnee in a key SWBL match-up.  Game time is at 6:00 followed by the Varsity boy’s game at 7:30  

Lady Spartans Channel 2 Operation Basketball Team of the Week!  

JV Girls Basketball Beats Bellbrook, Loses Close Game to Oakwood Last Saturday, the Lady Spartans beat Bellbrook’s freshman team 34-25 in a match-up at home.  Despite a slow start to the game, Waynesville rallied to retake the lead in the second quarter, which they maintained until the end of the game.  The team was led in scoring by Carli Brown and Kenzie Purkey, who each scored 9 points.  Victoria Wheeland contributed 6 points and 9 rebounds.  Kennedy Deters scored 5 points and had 5 rebounds.  Lynzie Hartshorn scored 3 points and had 3 assists.  Kenna Harvey and Leianna Flowers each scored 1 point, and Flowers pulled down 7 rebounds.  Devin Phillips had 3 rebounds and 1 assist.  Kara Jenkins contributed solid minutes on the floor to help the Spartans to victory.   Thursday night, the JV lost a hard-fought game to Oakwood 33-35.  Unable to convert on some early baskets, the Lady Spartans fell behind early and worked the rest of the game to close the gap.  They came within 1 point during the last minute of the game but couldn’t get their shots to fall and had to put Oakwood on the foul line to regain the ball.  Carli Brown led the team in scoring with 9 points and 3 steals.  Victoria Wheeland scored 8 points, and Kenzie Purkey scored 7 points.  Kenna Harvey contributed 4 points and 6 steals.  Devin Phillips contributed 3 points and had 4 assists.  Leianna Flowers scored 2 points and pulled down 9 rebounds.  Kennedy Deters also controlled the boards pulling down 5 rebounds.   The Lady Spartans look to get back to their winning ways with their game this Saturday against Preble Shawnee.  The JV starts at 4:30 followed by the varsity girls at 6 and the varsity boys at 7:30.  During the games, the Art Club will be selling student and staff made bowls of food as part of their Empty Bowls fundraiser.  All proceeds go to fighting hunger in our school district.  

High School Boys travel to Franklin tonight to take on the Wildcats! Freshman 4:30 with JV and Varsity to follow. Military Appreciation Night at Franklin tonight! Wear your Red, White and Blue to honor active and veteran United States Armed Forces.  

DODGE BALL 2017 – Sponsored by the Waynesville Athletic Boosters Friday, February 3rd after the Varsity Boys Basketball Game.   Contact information: Lisa Cummins (  

High School Swim Team Competed in one of the largest HS meets in the Nation with over 2500 swimmers. The Spartan Swimmers finished well! 1st Place Classic Champion! - Sabrina Ball 50 Breaststroke 15th Pace - Kierstyn Cassidy 200 Freestyle 15th Place - Kierstyn Cassidy 500 Freestyle 4th Place - Owen Conley 400 IM 15th Place - Owen Conley 200 Breaststroke 12th Place - Max Austin 50 Breaststroke  

The Waynesville High School baseball team will be sponsoring their Ninth Annual mattress sale on Saturday, February 18. Brand new, top quality mattress sets with full manufacturer warranties. Much higher quality for price than a retail store! All sizes, price ranges, delivery and free layaway will be available. Floor models will be on display at Waynesville Middle School from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, February 18. We will be taking orders and everything will be ready for pick up or delivery within 2 weeks.

Waynesville Athletic Family Passes are still available for purchase from the High School Office.            
Family of 4 = $200.00 Additional (Student/Children = $25.00 each)            
Adult Pass = $80.00            
Student Pass = $50.00  
If interested in purchasing a season pass, visit the high school office or contact the Waynesville Athletic Department at (513) 897-8756.  

Contribute to Waynesville Community Field: Our students have a high quality, outdoor artificial turf system available for practice and events.  Our durable surface provides superior playability with an excellent drainage system.  The natural looking aesthetics with long lasting performance will enhance our outdoor programs for years to come.  You can still support this project by making a lasting contribution.  $10,000 & Up Sponsors *Includes recognition on larger slot yard lines and 8x8 brick, in game recognition announcement, field signage $1,000 & Up Sponsors *Includes Name on a yard line recognition sign and 8x8 brick.  Be a Brick Sponsor:  One 4X8 brick with a minimum gift of $250 =3 lines of laser text having 18 letters/spaces.  One 8X8 brick with a minimum gift of $500 = 6 lines of laser text having 18 letters/spaces. Your personalized brick can be in recognition of students, alumni, families, corporations and organizations, in our honorarium brick yard by the scoreboard area. Brick Sponsors can use PAYFORIT and pay online .  Brick text can be emailed to    Advertise with Us There are numerous ways in which you can partner with the athletic department to promote your business or group. If you’re interested in connecting with people though Waynesville Athletics contact 513 897-8756 for details on available opportunities. Athletic Director Mr. Chip King

WLS resident senior citizens (age 62 and over) are eligible for a free pass for all home sports events - Senior citizens who live in the Wayne Local School District can contact Helen at the central office for the passes. 897-6971

TRANSPORTATION SAFETY TIPS Regardless of weather conditions, students must be standing at the designated stop prior to the bus’ scheduled arrival.  

INFORMATION ABOUT SCHOOL CLOSING FOR INCLEMENT WEATHER   As we head into winter it is very important for parents to have back up plans in place for delays, early dismissals and closures.   We understand that our decision to open or close schools in bad weather has a big effect on families. We also understand that our students are better served by being in school. As always, our top priority is the safety of our students.  We will always try to make our decisions as early as possible.  Your child will feel safer if they know what they are to do in these situations.

BUS ROUTES For your convenience an alphabetical street name list with bus numbers is located on the Wayne Local website.

WELLNESS WC Combined Health District Newsletter – Jan 2016  

HEALTHY WEIGHT BASICS:  ENERGY BALANCE   Energy is another word for “calories.”  What you eat and drink is ENERGY IN.  What you burn through physical activity is ENERGY OUT.  Energy balance is the balance between ENERGY IN AND ENERGY OUT.  This balance is needed to maintain a healthy weight.  Other factors that affect a person’s weight include metabolism (the way your body converts food and oxygen into energy), genes, and the environment.  Changes in our environment that make it harder to do things that keep us healthy have a lot to do with our overall increase in weight over the past few decades.  For example:

  • We’re an in-the-car and sit-behind-a-desk society.For many of us-parents and children alike-daily life doesn’t involve a lot of physical activity and exercise.If we want to be active, we have to make an effort.
  • Food is everywhere, and so are messages telling us to eat and drink.We can get something to eat in places where it was never available before and going out to eat or getting carryout is easy.
  • Food portions at restaurants and at home are bigger than they used to be.

Becoming overweight doesn’t happen overnight.  It happens over time-when the energy we take in by eating is not in balance with the energy we burn from being active.  Think of it as balancing your “lifestyle budget.”  For example, if you know you and your family will be going to a party and may eat more high-calorie foods than normal, then you may wish to eat fewer calories for a few days before so that it balances out.  Or, you can increase your physical activity level for the few days before or after the party, so that you can burn off the extra energy.   Here’s another way of looking at energy balance in real life.  Eating just 150 calories more a day than you burn can lead to an extra 5 pounds over 6 months.  That’s a gain of 10 pounds a year.  If you don’t want this weight gain to happen, or you want to lose the extra weight, you can either reduce your ENERGY IN or increase your ENERGY OUT.  Doing both is the best way to achieve and maintain a healthy body weight.   Here are some ways to cut 150 calories (ENERGY IN):

  • Drink water instead of a 12-ounce regular soda
  • Order a small serving of French fries instead of a medium, or order a salad with dressing on the side instead
  • Eat an egg-white omelet (with three eggs), instead of whole eggs
  • Use tuna canned in water (6-ounce can), instead of oil

Here are some ways to burn 150 calories (ENERGY OUT), in just 30 minutes (for a 150 pound person):

  • Shoot hoops
  • Walk two miles
  • Do yard work (gardening, raking leaves, etc.)
  • Go for a bike ride
  • Dance with your family or friends

For more nutritional information or to find out about the Warren County Combined Health Districts free nutrition and weight-loss class please visit or call 513-695-1477.

GUIDELINES FOR KEEPING CHILDREN HOME FROM SCHOOL DUE TO ILLNESS   It is sometimes difficult to decide when and how long to keep an ill child home from school. The following guidelines represent the more common childhood illnesses.   CHICKEN POX: A skin rash consisting of small blisters, which leave scabs. A slight fever may or may not be present. There may be blisters and scabs all present at the same time. Your child should remain home until all blisters have scabbed over, usually 5-7 days after the appearance of the first crop of blisters. COMMON COLD: Irritated throat, watery discharge from the nose and eyes, sneezing, chills and general body discomfort. Your child should remain home if symptoms are serious enough to interfere with your child’s ability to learn. Medical care should be obtained if symptoms persist beyond 7-10 days, fever develops, or discharge becomes yellow to green. FEVER: If your child’s temperature is 100 degrees Fahrenheit or greater (or 1 or 2 degrees above the child’s normal temperature) (s)he should remain home until (s)he has been without fever for a full 24 hours. Remember fever is a symptom indicating the presence of an illness. FLU: Abrupt onset of fever, chills, headache and sore muscles. Runny nose, sore throat, and cough are common. Your child should remain home from school until symptoms are gone and the child is without fever for 24 hours. HEAD LICE: Lice are small grayish-tan, wingless insects that lay eggs called nits. Nits are firmly attached to the hair shafts, close to the scalp. Nits are much easier to see and detect than lice. They are small white specks, which are usually found at the nape of the neck and behind the ears. Following lice infestation, your child may return to school after receiving treatment with a pediculicide shampoo. PAIN: If your child complains, or behavior indicates, that (s)he is experiencing persistent pain, (s)he should be evaluated by a physician before your child is sent to school. PINKEYE: Redness and swelling of the membranes of the eye with burning or itching, yellow or green drainage coming from one or both eyes, or crusts on the eyelids. Your child should remain home from school until receiving 24 hours of antibiotic therapy, as determined by your physician, and discharge from the eyes has stopped. SKIN RASHES: A physician should evaluate skin rashes of unknown origin before your child is sent to school. STREP THROAT AND SCARLET FEVER: Strep throat usually begins with fever, sore and red throat, possibly pus spots on the back of the throat, tender swollen glands of the neck. With scarlet fever there are all the symptoms of strep throat as well as a strawberry appearance to the tongue and rash of the skin. High fever, nausea and vomiting may also occur. Your child should remain home from school until receiving a full 24 hours of antibiotic therapy and until without fever or vomiting for 24 hours. Most physicians will advise rest at home 1-2 days after a strep infection. VOMITING AND DIARRHEA (INTESTINAL VIRAL INFECTIONS): Stomach ache, cramping, nausea, vomiting and/or diarrhea, possible fever, headache, and body aches. Your child should remain at home until without vomiting, diarrhea or fever for a full 24 hours. If your child has had any of these symptoms during the night, (s)he should not be sent to school the following day.   Jen Royalty Wayne Local School Nurse

GENERAL INFORMATION CHILD ABUSE OR NEGLECT Ohioans who suspect child abuse or neglect now have one phone number that can put them in contact with child welfare or law enforcement officers in their county. The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) launched 855-OHCHILD (855-642-4453), where reports can be anonymous.

CHILD FIND A Search for all children with disabilities between the ages of 3 and 21. Child find is the process of identifying, locating and evaluating children with disabilities who may be in need of special education and related services. Contact: Mr. Pat Dubbs, Superintendent at 513 897-6971.

2016/17 School Calendar  This calendar was adopted at the February 8, 2016 BOE meeting.

TWO-HOUR DELAY AND EARLY RELEASE SCHEDULES  Plan “B” – Two Hour Delay School Schedule  & Plan “B” – Two Hour Early Release Schedule

844-SaferOH (844-723-3764) SaferOH Tip Line Read more.

PAY FOR IT Student fees can be paid online by signing up for Pay For It.  If you are interested in paying fees online visit our website and enroll.

ONE CALL NOW One Call Now is Wayne Local School’s Emergency Notification System.  It is used to contact students and school staff quickly and effectively by phone, email, and/or text message. You can receive phone calls, text alerts or emails regarding School Closings, Delays, or other Special Events/Circumstances. Text messaging and emails will be received faster than phone calls; so we always encourage subscribers to sign up for text and/or email. BCI AND FBI BACKGROUND CHECKS

BCI & FBI Background Check Information 2016/17 STUDENT INSURANCE  If you are interested in Student Insurance, please click here SCRIP BENEFITS WAYNE LOCAL WLS Spartan Scrip Central is here for your gift giving needs. Scrip is a win-win for both you and WLS. Here is how it works – you purchase gift cards for various retailers at face value and WLS gets a percentage back from the sale.  Read More.

KROGER COMMUNITY REWARDS PROGRAM PLEASE RE-REGISTER YOUR CARD – IT ONLY TAKES A FEW MINUTES SEE LINK BELOW. Please forward on to anyone you think may be interested. Thank-you for partnering with Kroger for your fundraising efforts. The 2016-2017 Kroger Community Rewards Program begins May 1, 2016 and enrollment officially opened April 1, 2016. All supporters must re-register their card for the new program year. Re-enrolling only takes a few moments and is completed in a few simple steps. To have your current supporters re-enroll: 1. Visit our website at . 2. Sign in using your email address and password. If you have forgotten your password, just click on "forgot password" and a link will be sent to your email to change your password. 3. Enter your organization's five digit 82139 Wayne Local Schools number or the first three letters of the organization's name, click search. 4. Select your organization by clicking on the circle to the left of your organization's name. Thank you for your support!


  • We have a new email address!  If you would like to contact the PTO please use
  • If you weren't able to sign up for our email and/or One Call updates during Back to School Night please send us an email and let us know you would like to be added.  We will also be utilizing the Wayne Local website this year to post updates, information and meeting notes for anyone who isn't able to attend our meetings.  
  • BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION:  The PTO collects box tops all throughout the school year so they can be sent in at any time with your student.  We keep a running tally for contests so make sure you send them in baggies of 50 with the teacher's name on the bag.  Parent help is always needed so if you can help with clipping and counting please let us know.

  2016/2017 PTO Officers  President: Jen Pond Vice Pres.#1 Mindi Squire Vice Pres. #2 Jamie Manley Treasurer: Courtney Buck Secretary: Jessica Dupps

COMMUNITY NEWS Community announcements are provided as a courtesy for the community. WLS does not endorse or promote any activity.

WAYNESVILLE YOUTH FOOTBALL   Waynesville Youth Football needs coaches for the 2017 football season! We are looking for coaches for grades 2-6. Please email Robert Hughes if you are interested in coaching. Please include your contact information and the grade you are interested in coaching. Questions about the positions can also be sent to email address listed below. (2/24)   Robert Hughes Youth Football Board President 2017

WAYNESVILLE BASEBALL SOFTBALL SIGN-UPS Where:   Elementary Cafeteria When:  Wednesday, Jan 25 – 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.             Saturday, Jan 28 – 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.             Wednesday, Feb 1 – 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. T-ball – Boys – Ages 4-5 T-ball – Girls – Ages 5-6 Boys Baseball – K-8th Girls Softball – U8-U18 There will be NO online registration Uniforms will be sized after teams have been chosen. Board member will be available for any questions. All fees are due at time of registration.  $25 late fee will be applied. Email questions:

WAYNESVILLE ATHLETIC BOOSTERS Save the Date: February 27- Harlem Wizards   Our Athletic Boosters works closely with the Athletic Department and coaches to help provide funding for team items that are outside of the school budget. Boosters also assists in funding large projects. This past year Boosters has spent over 50K for projects such as: Athletic fields, locker rooms, team rooms, bleachers, Pom Poms, golf bags, swim jackets and training equipment for basketball and volleyball.   Fundraisers include: Fall/Winter/Spring Sports Program Senior Recognition Ads Hawg Dog Sauerkraut Booth Concession Stands   Boosters meet every third Monday of the month and we ask that each sports program to have a representative at our meetings.   Thank you for your continued support of the Waynesville Spartans! Sincerely, President, Steve Stanley  

AWANA Clubs – Club 56 Awana Club – Preschool (must be 3 years old by Sept. 30) to 4th grade Club 56 – 5th and 6th graders Wednesdays 6:15 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. Sept. 7 to April 26 First Baptist Church, 1009 Lytle Rd., Waynesville  513-897-1009 Register Online at

WAYNESVILLE CHAMBER NEWS Support Waynesville by visiting the Waynesville Chamber website and learn what is happening in Waynesville!

VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS NEEDED Wayne Township Fire Department is seeking Volunteer Firefighters. Wayne Twp. will provide all training that is required. If interested please contact Chief Scherer at 513-897-3010 Ext. 1 or complete application located on website WWW.WTFIRE.Org and return to mailing address on the top of application.

FREE COMMUNITY DINNER Everyone is invited to attend a free Community Dinner. The Community Meal will be offered every month (on the last Friday of the month)  at the Waynesville United Methodist Church, 297 North Street, Waynesville.  This outreach project is supported from a grant received through the Ohio River Valley District.

MARY L. COOK LIBRARY NEWS Mary L Cook website: To find out what is happening at the Mary L Cook Library, just go to their website: and click on Newsletter.

Stuffed Animal Sleepover – Friday February 10, 2017 @ The Mary L. Cook Public Library 4:00pm- 4:30pm for ages 3 - Grade 1 Bring your favorite stuffed animal to the library for a sleepover!   Enjoy stories and activities during the program and leave your stuffed animal with us for a sleepover!   Saturday, February 11 (between 10am and 2pm) pick up your stuffed animal and see what kind of mischief your huggable buddy got into at the library after dark!   Registration begins January 23 and is limited to 35.  (2/3)

Preschool Storytimes for 3 - 5 year olds (including kindergartners)  @ The Mary L. Cook Public Library 381 Old Stage Rd., Waynesville, OH Thursdays 10:30 - 11:15 a.m.  Or  Thursdays 6:45 - 7:30 p.m. Registration requested. We play games, sign songs, hear stories, and share laughs.  For more information please contact Kathy Daniels 513-897-4826 (4/14)  

Shadow Science for Preschoolers (3yrs. – Kindergarteners) and a Caregiver Friday, January 27 4:00pm to 4:30pm at The Mary L. Cook Public Library. We see shadows every day, inside and outside.  Let’s learn more about them and experiment with them. All children should bring an adult with them.  Required Registration will begin January 9. Questions, please contact Kathy Daniels 513-897-4826  381 Old Stage Rd. Waynesville, OH 45068 (1/20)  

Lego Fun for Grades 1 – 5 at The Mary L. Cook Public Library 381 Old Stage Rd. Choose one day to join us, Monday, January 23 6:00pm – 7:00pm Or Saturday, January 28 10:30am – 11:30am We supply Legos of all sizes and a theme. You supply your imagination! You will have lots of fun building a creation based on a theme. Registration is required for these programs and will begin January 9. (1/20) Mary L. Cook Public Library 381 Old Stage Road Waynesville, OH 45068 513-897-4826 fax 513-897-9215 www.

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