Elementary School News

State Report Card Results

Posted on: September 13, 2019
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Wayne Local Schools continue to achieve at a high academic level according to the State of Ohio’s Report Card. We are extremely proud of our students and staff as we celebrate the efforts of the past school year. Waynesville Elementary received an “A” rating and the Middle School and High School both received “B” ratings. Our overall letter grade is a B and Waynesville has the 27th best performance index out of 608 school districts statewide. Locally we have the highest performance index in Warren County and fall only behind Oakwood City Schools in the immediate Dayton area. We will review our results closely with an eye to the future. We are focused on preparing our students for success. We continue to proactively manage district resources in a cost-efficient manner. We work to ensure that resources from federal, state and local levels are aligned with our district’s goals. We acknowledge that no ranking system tells the whole story as we strive to develop the whole child. The state report card is just one way we measure excellence.

Courtesy Dayton Daily News: WAYNE LOCAL: The small, high-scoring district in Waynesville ranked in the top five percent of the state in performance index, the broadest measure of success on state tests. They also got a “B” for their work helping struggling young readers get back on track. They were one of only two local districts that scored above a “C” in that category.

Click here for a complete list of all 608 school districts, courtesy of Cleveland.Com.


A: Oakwood

B: Waynesville, Ansonia, Beavercreek, Bellbrook, Brookville, Centerville, Eaton Kettering, Lebanon, Miami East, Mississinawa Valley, Springboro, Tipp City, Tri-Village, Valley View, Versailles

C: Arcanum, Bethel, Bradford, Carlisle, Cedar Cliff, Covington, Fairborn, Franklin, Franklin-Monroe, Greenview, Miamisburg, Milton-union, National Trail, New Lebanon, Newton, Northmont, Preble Shawnee, Tecumseh, Tri-County North, Troy, Vandalia-Butler, Yellow Springs

D: Dayton, Greenon, Greenville, Huber Heights, Mad River, Northridge, Piqua, Trotwood, Twin Valley, West Carrollton, Xenia

F:Jefferson Twp.