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Good News Friday - June 3rd, 2016

Posted on: June 3, 2016

GOOD NEWS FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE

HAVE A SAFE AND ENJOYABLE SUMMER BREAK.

Summer Office Hours Elementary Office will be open through June 7 regular hours. Middle School Office will be open through June 15 regular hours High School Office will be open regular hours through June 16 at noon.

High School and Elementary Office will be open every Wednesday from 8 – 12 noon. Elementary starting June 8 (Except July 6) High School Office starting June 22 If you have MS questions, you can go to the High School Office during the summer.   The offices will resume regular schedules on Aug 1.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING STUDENTS FOR A JOB WELL DONE!

Waynesville High School 4th Quarter Honor Roll 3.75 and up:   Morgan Achard, Cameron Adams, Morgan Baker, Abigail Baldwin, Bethany Barnhorst, Brianna Barton,  Julia Begley, Paul Bensman, Brian Blair, Reagan Blanton, Jonas Boggs, Hannah Bone, Mason Bone, Jocelyn Bouchair, Joshua Bouchair, Madeleine Bracke, Kyle Briggs, Elizabeth Brown, Sophie Brown, Hannah Bulcher, Macy Burchfield, Taylor Burchfield, Olivia Burd, Taylor Burkholder, Emily Burton, Katie Burton, Lydia Burton, Madelyn Burton, Mason Callahan, Adyson Camp, Chase Cartwright, Kierstyn Cassidy, Cory Clark, Hunter Clements, Candace Cockerham, Alison Coleman, Makayla Couch, Ben Crafton, David Crossgrove, Marissa Derrick, Destiny DeWar, Daniel Driscoll, Mikayla Duncan, Sean Durham, Taylor Eitel, Aaron Ellis, Taylor Erickson, Katie Feldmann, Jack Ferguson, Makayla Fitzharris, Loren Foley, Andrew Forste, Nathan Forste, Thomas Foster, Travis Foster, Kyle Fowler, Ryan Fowler, Aaron Fromer, Logan Fruhwirth, Riley Gabbard, Jessica Gill, Tiffany Glascoe, Kayleigh Gleason, Savannah Godfrey, Michael Good, Noah Greer, Taylor Gwin, Brooke Hardin, Ezra Harper, Sarah Hartman, Kenna Harvey, Seth Hawkins, Lexi Henry, Abigail Highley, Thomas Isaacs, Kimberly Jeffries, Grant Johnson, Eric Jones, Grace Jordan, Hannah Kaan, Lauren Keeley, James Kelley, Jenne Kennard, Sierra Kindred, Jake King, Kaitlin Krumnauer, McKenna Lamont-Rogers, Kyle Leis, Brooke Lezotte, Gavin Linkous, Noah Little, Benjamin Lyons, Lyndsay Magato, Hunter Mahorney, Kyle Mannix, Daniel Mayper, Reagan Metzler, Anna Miller, James Miller, Morgan Miller, Dara Morgan, Josie Murray, Rachel Murray, Benjamin Muth, Edwin Neace, Ryan Nelson, Tara Nix, Matthew Noel, Jake Oakes, Megan Osterhage, Daniel Papanek, Katy Penneau, Brooke Perry, Lucas Pollack, Rhianna Powell, Haley Price, Kerstyn Purkey, Aubrey Rains, Mark Ramsey, Jacob Rasey, Hannah Reeder, Jaime Reeves, Jesse Reeves, Hayley Richards, Jonathan Richards, Aliece Risch, Alexa Ritter, Kyle Rodriguez, Chloe Roos, Allison Savage, Micah Schenking, Mikayla Schmidt, Evelyn Schroeder, Garrett Schroeder, Jenna Senetra, Mariah Shaffer, Tanner Shinkle, Lauren Slattery, Matthew Smead, Josh Stephens, Dagan Stiles, Drake Stiles, Patrick Stone, Chaz Stump, Seth Sturgill, Mary Tedesco, Ryan Teeters, Gavin Thomson, Sidney Thomson, Alexis Tingley, Cassie Titus, Tara Todd,  Sarah Van Hoose, Kate Von Handorf, Dora Vrettos, Erin Walsh, Liana Webb, Natalie Weigandt, Colt Wells, Emily Wells, Adriana Wheeland, Halen Wick, Alexander Williams, Austin Williams, Bailey Wilson, Emily Wilson, Kyle Wilson, Tori Wilson, Lindsey Worthington, Brittni Young, Nick Young, Kaitlyn Zebell, Megan Zebell  

Waynesville High School 4th Quarter Honor Roll 3.30-3.749:   Lenzie Adams, Grace Aldridge, Abigail Austin, Nick Baker, Kayla Bakker, Alex Baldwin, Christian Ball, Sabrina Ball, Austin Beachler, Jackson Beachler, Daniel Beavers, Charla Bees, Kyle Boggeln, Brandon Bohman, Gracie Bryant, Kyle Buflod, Daniel Butterbaugh, Bruno Ce’, Carly Conner, Scott Coppock, Rachael Dale, Josh Dick, Madison Dietz, Malcolm Dolce, Megan Eckley, Aleshia Findley, Ian Finkbohner-Robles, Carlie Fravel, Cooper Fravel, Livia Gillum, Alyson Goldsberry, Travis Greer, Gehrig Habermehl, Brittany Hardyman, Lynzie Hartshorn, Jacob Hobbs, Connor Johnson, Trevor Johnson, Michaela King, Cohen Koch, Courtney Maines, Aaron McNeeley, Jacob Middlesworth, Sara Napier, Mario Navarro-Romero, Noah Neeley, Alexa Neely, Emily O’Connor, Katie Ooten-Meier, Ian Parry, George Petkervich, Austin Phillips, Chloe Plummer, Ashley Powell, Kami Purkey, Derek Pyburn, Kourtney Rentz, Ashton Rice, Chloe Riddle, Taylor Ritter, Kevin Savage, Haley Schrock, Dylan Seal, Emma Seidenschmidt, Megan Sharp, Marcella Sizer, Jennifer Slyby, Cheyenne Smith, Sami Spires, Skylar Stiles, Luke Stone, Abigail Struewing, Chase Struewing, Andrew Suchomel, Chase Thompson, Jake Trapp, Andrew Van Dyke, Tyler Wells, Tyler Williams, Paige Wilms, Shelby Worthington

Waynesville High School 4th Quarter Perfect Attendance:   Morgan Achard, Franklin Adae, Cameron Adams, Grace Aldrich, Max Austin, Hanna Avella, Shyann Avella, Austin Bair, Morgan Baker, Kayla Bakker, Travis Bakker, Abigail Baldwin, Alex Baldwin, John Barnthouse II, Daniel Beavers, Julia Begley, Brian Blair, Reagan Blanton, Logan Bloom, Mark Bloom, Hannah Bone, Mason Bone, Kyle Briggs, Dean Brubaker, Hannah Bulcher, Taylor Burkholder, Daniel Butterbaugh, John Byers, Adyson Camp, Michael Carson, Chase Cartwright,  Kierstyn Cassidy, Bruno Ce’, Griffin Cook, Alicia Cooper, Cody Cooper, Gracie Cooper, Makayla Couch, Ben Crafton, Bailey Dermer, Marissa Derrick, Destiny DeWar, Madison Dietz, Hunt Doepel, Daniel Driscoll, Alex DuFresne, Cody Duncan, Aaron Ellis, Jacob Everson, Katie Feldmann, Aleshia Findley, Ian Finkbohner-Robles, Makayla Fitzharris, Thomas Foster, Ryan Fowler, Cooper Fravel, Aaron Fromer, Trey Gober, Alyson Goldsberry, Bret Grismer, Brooke Hardin, Kayla Hartshorn, Kenna Harvey, Stephen Henninger, John Henz, Ashten Hornyak, Aaron Howard, Lexi Howard, Emily Howard, Mattie Hubbell, Connor Johnson, Elijah Jones, Sarah Jones, Hannah Kaan, James Kelley, Sierra Kindred, Jake King, Michaela King, Cohen Koch, Zane Kohler, Jeffrey Konen, Ryan Lay, Brooke Lezotte, Gavin Linkous, Ryan Lipinski, Morgan Lowe, Morgan Lowing, Benjamin Lyons, Hunter Mahorney, Joshua Marshall, Daniel Mayper, Bobbie McCoy, Jake McMullen, Collin McNeice, Kirsten Meier, Jacob Middlesworth, Anna Miller, Benjamin Muth, Noah Neeley, Ryan Nelson, Tara Nix, Roslynn Papetti, Ian Parry, Olivia Paxson, George Petkervich, Austin Phillips, Derek Phillips, Chloe Plummer, James Plummer, Lucas Pollack, Jacob Rasey, Hannah Reeder,  Jesse Reeves, Ashton Rice, Kyle Rodriguez, Chloe Roos, Allison Savage, Kevin Savage, Micah Schenking, Mikayla Schmidt, Emma Seidenschmidt, Mariah Shaffer, Lauren Slattery, Matthew Smead, Ethan Speers, Micah Spille, Seth Sturgill, Josey Tackett, Ryan Teeters, Hannah Townsend, Chloe Van Hoose, Sarah Van Hoose, Logan Walker, Madisyn Wamsley, Natalie Weigandt, Emily Wells, Adriana Wheeland, Caroline Wieland, Andrew Wilkerson, Alexander Williams, Tyler Williams, Kailee Woods, Nick Young  

Waynesville High School Perfect Attendance for the Year:   Daniel Beavers, Brian Blair, Dean Brubaker, Daniel Butterbaugh, John Byers, Michael Carson, Kierstyn Cassidy, Makayla Couch, Alex DuFresne, Cody Duncan, Ryan Fowler, Lexi Howard, Sierra Kindred, Gavin Linkous, Morgan Lowe, Benjamin Lyons, Bobbie McCoy, Jake McMullen, Benjamin Muth, Noah Neeley, Jacob Rasey, Jesse Reeves, Ashton Rice, Emma Seidenschmidt, Lauren Slattery, Matthew Smead, Seth Sturgill, Josey Tackett, Chloe Van Hoose, Natalie Weigandt, Kailee Woods

WAYNESVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL Honor Roll – Quarter 4 2015/2016   3.75 AND ABOVE Katelyn Abney, Caden Adams, Colin Amato, Jacob Amburgy, Savanna Amburgy, Ryleigh Anderson, Landon Alvarez, Booker Atkins, Blake Bailey, Cameron Bailey, Rhett Bailey, Tazzden Bailey, Mary Baker, Fischer Barnett, Ashley Beach, Zoe Bees, Caroline Bensman, Brandon Blair, Zane Blaisdell, Fallon Bradford, Casey Briggs, Ryan Brush, Jade Buckland, Levi Bulach, Alexis Butt, Leah Butterbaugh, Trevor Camp, Eli Click, Logan Coffey, Audrey Conley, Owen Conley, Bradley Conte, Lillian Crumback, Bryce Daniel, Danny Denier, Kennedy Deters, Melynn Duff, Caitlin Durham, Owen Emerson, Nathan Eshler, Mya Farley, Jenna Foley, Kolton Frankenberg, Darby Frederick, Sean Friedhoff, Jade Ghanayem, Hannah Gill, Elaina Grayson, Mac Greely, Grayden Habermehl, Kate Handle, Megan Handle, Reagan Hardyman, Julianah Harter, Rowan Hartsock, Kaden Harvey, Alex Hines, Benjamin Hines, Joey Hobbs, Kevin Hutcherson, Rachel Ingle, Ashley Jenkins, Abby Johnson, Denver Johnson, Will Kelley, Cooper Koch, Danielle Kossler, Hannah Krumholtz, Lucy Krumholtz, Sidney Lauffer, Payton Layne, Harley Lincoln,  Anna Lipinski, Ellie Little, Ashley Lukens, Mason Lukens, Breanna Maher, Ryan Metzler, Derek Miller, Josie Miller, Ian Miltenberger, Avery Moore, Gracie Moore, Levi Morgan, Meredith Morris, David Muth, Haylee Napper, Kendra Neely, Alex Nelson, Bryce Nolbertowicz, Ryan Papanek, Willa Pardon, Anna Parry, Hannah Pauley, Devin Phillips, Josh Philpot, Gabby Price, Gavin Price, Kenzie Purkey, Caden Rasey, Olivia Reeder, Drake Reynolds, Jamie Ripperger, Kate Rohrer, Carter Roos, Mason Schoephoerster, AJ Seidenschmidt, Kaden Senetra, Lexie Shaffer, Wyatt Shinkle, Emmy Siders, Brad Sisk, Anicca Sivsov, Emma Sizer, Alaina Spencer, Elijah St. Pierre, Kelsey Stamm, Landen Stricker, Viviana Syvertsen, Kohl Todd, Ashley Tudela, Jenna Turner, Alexei Van Schaik, Lydia Vrettos, Alexa Walker, Caleb Walton, Cole Walton, Andrew Weaver, Kailee Webb, Zeke Wessendarp, Jake Wieland, Emma Williams, Kiersten Williams, Cana Wilson, Megan Winterbotham, Holly Worthington, Alexis Wynn, Alexis Youtsey, Luke Zebell, Megan Zidaroff  

3.30 – 3.74 Harrison Aunspaw, Jaymes Avella, Aidan Bailey, Makenna Baker, Sa’Vonna Barber, Bailey Blevins, Isaiah Blythe, Lucas Borgert, Morgan Bowman, Carli Brown, Jennifer Burch, Dean Byers, Katelyn Case, Teagan Cassidy, Dominick Clark, Wesley Conner, Emily Cook, Anna Crafton, Ali Dale, Brayden Dietz, Shelby Dietz, Dylan Duncan, Miles Emerson, Tanner Fannin, Hunter Fillmore, Ella Florkey, Kaylei Ford-Nelson, Emily Garner, William Gleason, Jared Greer, Grant Henry, Kara Jenkins, Jacob Johnson, Parker Johnson, Gabe Kronenberger, Jaden Lawrenz, Noah Lindsey, Cam Melvin, Samantha Miltenberger, Matthew Moore, Luke Osborn, Samantha Parks, Emma Philpot, Jacob Prewitt, Logan Rainwaters, Brooke Rentz, Riley Rice, Ethan Richardson, Dominic Riviello, Hannah Selk, Emma Slattery, Logan Starcher, Noah Starcher, Ashtyn Stiles, Peyton Stiles, Parker Struewing, Clellon Tamme, Ernie Taylor, James Taylor, Katie Todd, Gracie Van Schaik, Kainen Walker, Jay Weaver, Emily Wells, Victoria Wheeland, Nadia Whitley, Ali Whittamore, Ethan Witt, Nathan Woody

WAYNESVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL Final Year Honor Roll 2015/2016  

3.75 AND ABOVE
Caden Adams, Colin Amato, Jacob Amburgy, Savanna Amburgy, Ryleigh Anderson, Booker Atkins, Aidan Bailey, Blake Bailey, Cameron Bailey, Rhett Bailey, Tazzden Bailey, Mary Baker, Fischer Barnett, Ashley Beach, Zoe Bees, Caroline Bensman, Brandon Blair, Zane Blaisdell, Casey Briggs, Ryan Brush, Jade Buckland, Levi Bulach, Alexis Butt, Trevor Camp, Teagan Cassidy, Dominick Clark, Eli Click, Logan Coffey, Audrey Conley, Owen Conley, Bradley Conte, Lillian Crumback, Bryce Daniel, Danny Denier, Kennedy Deters, Melynn Duff, Caitlin Durham, Owen Emerson, Nathan Eshler, Mya Farley, Jenna Foley, Kolton Frankenberg, Darby Frederick, Sean Friedhoff, Jade Ghanayem, Hannah Gill, Elaina Grayson, Mac Greely, Grayden Habermehl, Kate Handle, Megan Handle, Reagan Hardyman, Julianah Harter, Rowan Hartsock, Kaden Harvey, Alex Hines, Benjamin Hines, Joey Hobbs, Rachel Ingle, Ashley Jenkins, Abby Johnson, Denver Johnson, Jacob Johnson, Parker Johnson, Will Kelley, Cooper Koch, Danielle Kossler, Hannah Krumholtz, Lucy Krumholtz, Sidney Lauffer, Payton Layne, Harley Lincoln,  Anna Lipinski, Ellie Little, Ashley Lukens, Mason Lukens, Breanna Maher, Ryan Metzler, Derek Miller, Josie Miller, Ian Miltenberger, Avery Moore, Levi Morgan, David Muth, Haylee Napper, Kendra Neely,  Bryce Nolbertowicz, Ryan Papanek, Willa Pardon, Anna Parry, Hannah Pauley, Devin Phillips, Josh Philpot, Jacob Prewitt, Gabby Price, Gavin Price, Olivia Reeder, Drake Reynolds, Jamie Ripperger, Kate Rohrer, Carter Roos, Mason Schoephoerster, AJ Seidenschmidt, Kaden Senetra, Lexie Shaffer, Wyatt Shinkle, Emmy Siders, Brad Sisk, Emma Sizer, Alaina Spencer, Elijah St. Pierre, Kelsey Stamm, Landen Stricker, Kohl Todd, Ashley Tudela, Jenna Turner, Alexei Van Schaik, Lydia Vrettos, Alexa Walker, Caleb Walton, Cole Walton, Andrew Weaver, Kailee Webb, Zeke Wessendarp, Jake Wieland, Emma Williams, Kiersten Williams, Cana Wilson, Megan Winterbotham, Nathan Woody, Holly Worthington, Alexis Wynn, Alexis Youtsey, Luke Zebell, Megan Zidaroff  

3.30 – 3.74
Landon Alvarez, Harrison Aunspaw, Jaymes Avella, Heidi Baire, Makenna Baker, Evan Baldwin, Bailey Blevins, Isaiah Blythe, Fallon Bradford, Carli Brown, Jennifer Burch, Leah Butterbaugh, Dean Byers, Hunter Case, Katelyn Case, Wesley Conner, Emily Cook, Charles Cramer, Ali Dale, Brayden Dietz, Shelby Dietz, Dylan Duncan, Miles Emerson, Tanner Fannin, Kaylei Ford-Nelson, Ryan Gabbard, Emily Garner, Kevin Hutcherson, Kara Jenkins, Gabe Kronenberger, Noah Lindsey, Jacob Meade, Samantha Miltenberger, Gracie Moore, Meredith Morris, Alex Nelson, Emma Philpot, Kenzie Purkey, Caden Rasey, Riley Rice, Ethan Richardson, Dominic Riviello, Hannah Selk, Anicca Sivsov, Emma Slattery, Logan Starcher, Noah Starcher, Peyton Stiles, Parker Struewing, Viviana Syvertsen, Clellon Tamme, James Taylor, Gracie Van Schaik, Jay Weaver, Emily Wells, Victoria Wheeland, Nadia Whitley, Ethan Witt

WAYNESVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL PERFECT ATTENDENCE QUARTER 4– 2015/2016 School Year   MaKayla Abrevaya, Caden Adams, Colin Amato, Jacob Amburgy, Savanna Amburgy, Ryleigh Anderson, Booker Atkins, Jaymes Avella, Aidan Bailey, Blake Bailey, Cameron Bailey, Rhett Bailey, Hailey Banks, Cage Barnthouse, Ashley Beach, Brandon Blair, Isaiah Blythe, Kayla Boling, Lucas Borgert, Morgan Bowman, Fallon Bradford, Levi Bulach, Alexis Butt, Jacob Byerly, Dean Byers, Haillie Byrum, Trevor Camp, Katelyn Case, Teagan Cassidy, Eli Click, Harley Cole, Emily Cook, Gabe Coppock, Anna Crafton, Anthony Curry, Bryce Daniel, Danny Denier, Kennedy Deters, Melynn Duff, Sophia Eversole, Kenny Fairchild, Mya Farley, Jenna Foley, Adam Frank, Kolton Frankenberg, Darby Frederick, Ryan Gabbard, Emily Garner, Jade Ghanayem, Hannah Gill, Kiersten Gober, Mac Greely, Grayden Habermehl, Alayna Hall, Kate Handle, Reagan Hardyman, Liam Harper, Julianah Harter, Kaden Harvey, Benjamin Hines, Gracie Hinkle, Kevin Hutcherson, Rachel Ingle, Ashley Jenkins, Kara Jenkins, Vance Jordan, Will Kelley, Cooper Koch, Aidan Kronenberger, Hannah Krumholtz, Sidney Lauffer, Jaden Lawrenz, Payton Layne, Tanner Ledford, Anna Lipinski, Ellie Little, Madison Lowe, Ashley Lukens, Mason Lukens, Tricia Meece, Cam Melvin, Derek Miller, Ian Miltenberger, Gracie Moore, Matthew Moore, Levi Morgan, David Muth, Devyn Nauroth, Ashley Navarro-Romero, Conner Nichols, Bryce Nolbertowicz, Adam Perkins, Devin Phillips, Emma Philpot, Jacob Prewitt, Gavin Price, Caden Rasey, Olivia Reeder, Ethan Richardson, Jamie Ripperger, Alex Salmons, AJ Seidenschmidt, Lexie Shaffer, Emmy Siders, Kara Siders, Brad Sisk, Emma Slattery, Alaina Spencer, Noah Starcher, Makala Steinbrugge, Ashtyn Stiles, Landen Stricker, Ernie Taylor, James Taylor, Kohl Todd, Ashley Tudela, Jenna Turner, Lydia Vrettos, Beth Wages, Alexa Walker, Isaac Walker, Caleb Walton, Cole Walton, Andrew Weaver, Emily Wells, Zeke Wessendarp, Nadia Whitley, Jake Wieland, Nathan Woody, Holly Worthington, Alexis Wynn, Alexis Youtsey, Luke Zebell, Megan Zidaroff

WAYNESVILL MIDDLE SCHOOL PERFECT ATTENDANCE FOR YEAR 2015/2016   Colin Amato, Jacob Amburgy, Savanna Amburgy, Jaymes Avella, Aidan Bailey, Blake Bailey, Rhett Bailey, Ashley Beach, Brandon Blair, Kayla Boling, Dean Byers, Teagan Cassidy, Harley Cole, Emily Cook, Kennedy Deters, Emily Garner, Kiersten Gober, Ashley Jenkins, Cooper Koch, Hannah Krumholtz, Anna Lipinski, Madison Lowe, David Muth, Jacob Prewitt, Caden Rasey, Brad Sisk, Emma Slattery, Kohl Todd, Ashley Tudela, Beth Wages, Andrew Weaver, Emily Wells, Jake Wieland, Nathan Woody, Holly Worthington

SUMMER READING TIPS   Your children have grown to be great readers this year!  They have learned many new reading skills that will still need to be practiced over the summer to ensure retention and prevent summer reading setback.  Studies have shown that children, who do not read over the summer, may lose two- three months of reading achievement.  Over a six-year period, that can leave a student up to two years behind in reading achievement skills.  This summer, encourage your child to READ!  Reading is a great way to relax and it helps your child enter the next grade level prepared for success!   Below you will find some tips to make summer reading a fun experience for your child. 

  1. Keep books in the car and make sure a good book gets tucked into sports bags and backpacks. 
  2. Get your child his own library card.  Take your child often to browse for books and enjoy the summer reading program at The Mary L. Cook Public Library.
  3. Help your child select books on topics he/she is interested in and on their reading level.  Have your child choose a page in the book (not the first one) and read it.  If he/she doesn’t know five or more of the words, then the book is too hard for pleasure reading. 
  4. Try to limit TV and video games. Have a variety of reading materials around the house for your child to read.  Magazines, books on tape, and newspapers are all great! 
  5. When traveling with your child, ask him or her to read aloud to you traffic signs, road signs, store signs, maps, billboards, words on trucks and vans, menus, and other printed information you see.
  6. Does your child want to learn about something new? Perhaps he or she would like to learn about sewing, cooking, or gardening.  Find a book about it, and have your child read the instructions and then give it a try. 
  7. Have your child keep a journal during summer vacation.  Suggest that your child write at least two or three sentences a day about things he or she does, sees or thinks about each day. Your child can also write a letter to friends, or family telling them what they are doing during the summer to maintain the important writing skills they have developed during the school year.
  8. Play common word and language games such as Scrabble, Hang Man, Boggle, Smart Mouth, and MADLIBS.  It’s a fun way to build vocabulary and strengthen language skills.
  9. Let your child explore some quality reading websites:

Have a safe and relaxing summer vacation! Mrs. Lora Schafer Rainbow Reading Teacher   lschafer@wayne-local.com

GUIDANCE COUNSELOR NEWS Cathy Joefreda cjoefreda@wayne-local.com

ACADEMIC PLANNING NEWS Abby Shinkle  ashinkle@wayne-local.com

2016 SUMMER ENRICHMENT CAMPS       Warren County Educational Service Center Interested in Educational Camps for the Summer?   Don’t overlook these great opportunities!   To register for the 2016 Summer Camps,  visit www.warrencountyesc.com  For more camp information, contact Amy Kistler, amy.kistler@warrencountyesc.com, (513)695-2900 ext. 2902  

ICAN CAMPICAN BIKE CAMP June 12 - 17, 2016 | 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.    $20 | 8 yrs. & up | Atrium Family YMCA Bike Camp is for students at least 8 years of age that have a disability. The camp will increase riders self-esteem and confidence. The success rate of riders independently riding a two-wheel bicycle by the end of the camp is approximately 80% and all riders gain skills. Limited to 20 riders.  

SINCLAIR CAMPSINCLAIR RASPBERRY PI CAMP June 13 - 17, 2016 | 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.    $175 | Grades 7th - 12th | Sinclair in Mason Have you ever wanted to build your own mini arcade cabinet? Students will build their own arcade cabinet to take home at the end of camp. The arcade is based off of the single-board computer, the Raspberry Pi. Students will learn how to solder their own microcontrollers. Lunch is not provided. Limited to 10 students.  

SINCLAIR CAMPSINCLAIR WATERBOTICS STEM CAMP June 20 - 24, 2016 | 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.    $125 | Grades 7th - 12th | Sinclair in Mason Students will have fun learning math, science, and technology skills by designing and building aquatic LEGO robots and solving four design challenges. Lunch is provided. Limited to 20 students.  

MOUNT CAMPMOUNT ST JOSEPH UNIVERSITY WISE CAMP June 19-22, 2016 | Overnight Camp   $299| Sophomores & Juniors| Mount St. Joseph University Exceptional young women with a strong, passionate interest in Science are invited to the Women In Science Experience (WISE) at Mt. St. Joseph University. WISE Camp gives young women an opportunity to experience college life while being guided in the science-based activities by Mount St. Joseph University professors.  

HOME CAMPHOME DEPOT CONSTRUCTION CAMP June 27 - 30, 2016 | 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.   $75 | Grades 6th—7th | Home Depot in Lebanon This four-day camp includes instruction from experts in all things construction including: an introduction to hand tools, measuring & cutting, framing, roofing, electrical, painting & finishing.  Students will get to keep their hand tools used during camp. Lunch is provided. Limited to 15 students.  

SINCLAIR CAMPSINCLAIR GUITAR BUILDING CAMP June 27 - July 1, 2016 | 9:00 a.m. - Noon   $230 | Grades 7th - 12th | Sinclair in Mason Students will build from a kit and keep their own electric guitar, learning along the way how everyday math and science concepts apply to the guitar. Students will also receive playing instructions.  Lunch is not provided. Limited to 15 students.

LEGO CAMPLEGO MINDSTORM CAMP June 13 - 16, 2016 | 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. $120 | Grades 5th—6th | Warren County ESC Students will work to solve problems through feedback provided by attaching motor, light, ultrasonic and color sensors to make the robot have specific reactions. The camp will be using the LEGO NXT-G programming software to make everything work together. Each student will have the opportunity to use a variety of team building, robot, and programming skills. Limited to 15 students.  

TECH IITECH CAMP II July 25 - 29, 2016 | 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.   $75 | Grades 6th - 8th | WCESC Tech Camp II is a continuation of Tech Camp I. Students will learn more about developing 2D & 3D video games, editing & producing images, virtual worlds, and motion design. Lunch is not provided. Limited to 30 students. *Prerequisite: Students MUST have attended Tech Camp I in 2014 or 2015.  

TECH ITECH CAMP I July 11 - 15, 2016 | 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. $75 | Grades 6th - 8th | WCESC Campers will receive an introductory to all thing tech. Campers will learn about graphic design, producing & editing videos and images, and developing 2D video games. Lunch is not provided. Limited to 30 students.  

WILMINGTON CAMP WILMINGTON COLLEGE A.C.C.E.S.S. CAMP July 6 - 8, 2016 | Overnight Camp   $175 | Sophomores & Juniors | Wilmington College Wilmington College is offering Academic College Classroom Experience for Student Success (A.C.C.E.S.S.) Camp. Current high school sophomores and juniors will have the opportunity to not only gain college preparatory skills, but also immerse themselves in a real college experience. Students will gain a valuable insight towards success and opportunities.  

CINCINNATI CAMPCINCINNATI STATE HEALTHCARE BOUND CAMP August 1-4, 2016 | 9:00 a.m-3:00 p.m. $50 |Grades 9th - 12th| UC Health -West Chester Hospital Students interested in the healthcare career field will participate in a robust job shadowing experience. Campers will be introduced to healthcare career programs by exposing them to different career fields through instructor led lectures, engagement activities, and skill enhancement workshops. Lunch is provided. Limited to 25 students.  

BLACK MADNESSBLACK LIVES MATTER MEDIA MADNESS June 27 - 30, 2016 | 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. $30 | Grades 7th - 12th | Warren County ESC This week long camp will engage youth in a media arts project that explores the role media has played in shaping perceptions of the Black Lives Matter Movement for better and for worse. Students will participate in a series of creative and engaging in activities that explore the relationship between media, race, and democracy.  

SINCLAIR CAMPSINCLAIR RASPBERRY PI CAMP July 18 - 22, 2016 | 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. $175 | Grades 7th - 12th | Sinclair in Mason Have you ever wanted to build your own mini arcade cabinet? Students will build their own arcade cabinet to take home at the end of camp. The arcade is based off of the single-board computer, the Raspberry Pi. Students will learn how to solder their own microcontrollers. Lunch is not provided. Limited to 10 students.   If interested any of these 2016 Summer Camps for more information or for registration,  visit www.warrencountyesc.com or contact Amy Kistler, amy.kistler@warrencountyesc.com, (513)695-2900 ext. 2902   Abby J. Shinkle Academic Planning 6-12 ashinkle@wayne-local.com

Summer Mental Health FREE Programs K-11th grades Please view the available programs at the following link and return you interest form as soon as possible. Classes will form soon.     http://whsguidance.weebly.com/summer-mental-health-programming.html  

Mental Health ALL DAY Summer Programming at Anthony Wayne Elementary in Franklin You must Provide your own transportation but the program is free.   Please view flyer at the following link: http://whsguidance.weebly.com/summer-mental-health-programming.html For more information please call Christine Charlton at from Solutions Mental Health and Recovery Center at (937) 746-1154.   Catherine M. Joefreda, Guidance Counselor/Character Education Grades 6-12 cjoefreda@wayne-local.com

HEALTHPATH SUMMER CAMP-     University of Cincinnati, College of Nursing   The HealthPath Summer Camp is a comprehensive, interactive, and educational three-day camp on the University of Cincinnati’s Uptown Campus for students currently in grades 7 through 9.  This is a great opportunity for Waynesville students to explore the Health Care Profession.  A few students from Waynesville did attend last year and they loved it.  All great feedback.   This year's HealthPath Summer Camp will take place July 27 through 29, 2016. It's targeted to students who are from Adams, Brown, Warren and Clermont counties, or other rural communities in Ohio.   Students will be given the opportunity to experience what it is like to be a health professions college student, where they will participate in college-level courses, simulated patient cases, and inter-professional teamwork. Students will also learn about unfamiliar careers in primary care, as well have the chance to meet with primary care providers and current health profession students at the University of Cincinnati. Participants will be exposed to programs within the Academic Health Center, including College of Medicine, College of Nursing, College of Allied Health Sciences and College of Pharmacy.   Additionally, camp participants will receive information on college readiness, and guidance on what courses to take in high school, standardized test prep, and financial aid.   Transportation is provided to our HealthPath Summer Camp, and there is no fee associated with this program.   Through our HealthPath Summer Camp, students will be given the opportunity to experience firsthand what it’s like to be a health professions college student, while interacting in a fun, hands-on environment.  

The application is ONLINE at the website: http://nursing.uc.edu/forms/healthpath-summer-camp.html   Questions? Contact us at Samantha.McKenzie@uc.edu, or 513-558-0132.   Camp Dates: July 27-29, 2016 Cost: Free Location: University of Cincinnati Participants: Students currently in grades 7-9 Registration Deadline: Closed when spots are full   Abby J. Shinkle Academic Planning 6-12 ashinkle@wayne-local.com

WiSTEM  (Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)  CAMP    Calling all highly motivated young women who are interested in the sciences and have completed 8th grade.   There is an opportunity for a select few female students, interested in science and engineering, to sign up for Sinclair’s first ever summer WiSTEM (Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) camp.  The theme is Trek through the Biosphere, and will include many hands-on projects, treks into the community to see how science is used in our lives, and speakers from highly recognized companies in our community who employ workers with science backgrounds.  This will be an excellent opportunity for 10 young women to further explore what they can do with a science/engineering background. For more information contact: deann.hurtado@sinclair.edu   Camp Dates: July 11-15, 2016 Time: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Location: Sinclair Courseview Campus in Mason 5386 Courseview Dr., Mason, OH 45040 Participants: Students Who Have Completed 8th – 11th Grades Cost: $100.00  Possible financial waiver available Return w/ payment to: WCESC, Attn: Amy Kistler, 1879 Deerfield Road, Lebanon, OH 45036 Registration Deadline: July 1, 2016 – No refunds after July 1, 2016 Abby J. Shinkle Academic Planning 6-12 ashinkle@wayne-local.com  

Your Kids and Prescription Drugs FACT:  1 in 6 teens has used a prescription drug to get high or change their mood.  Learn how to Start Talking to your kids about the tough stuff by signing up for the KNOW! Parent Tips. Go to http://www.starttalking.ohio.gov/parents/parenttipsignup.aspx and sign up to receive the bi-monthly parent tips.  Strategies based on fear are not an effective approach to prevention. More than 60 years of studies show that fear based approaches just don’t work and can increase problem behavior. Know! Parent Tips provide guidance on how to start the conversation without using scare tactics.  

REMIND Messaging System  Accounts-High School Several teachers are using this safe messaging system to send reminders to students about a class assignment/test, club meetings, scholarship deadlines and more. Go to http://whsguidance.weebly.com/remind-messaging-system-sign-up.html   for more information.

MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL 2016 SUMMER ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITIES: START PLANNING NOW!     Wright State University offers Pre- College Summer Camps 2016. These programs offer enrichment and exploration of many interesting subjects.    The WSU office of Pre-College Programs in conjunction with the College of Science and Mathematics, College of Engineering and Computer Science, and the University Libraries are pleased to offer Exploring STEMM – Enriching Minds through Science 2016, as well as Residential Camps and Institutes focused on STEMM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, and Medicine.   Students who are selected will participate in a variety of STEMM disciplines over a two-day period. Students will spend the night one night on campus under the supervision of residential Assistants.

SPORTS NEWS   BOYS TRACK Congratulations!!! The boys track 800 relay team of Trevor Johnson, Jimmy Plummer, Jakob Hardin, Bret Grismer and Ian Finkbohner qualified to run in the state track meet today.    Athletic Website:  The athletic website is being completely redone.  If you are currently looking for schedules for the remainder of this school year go to schedulestar.com to view those.  Next year we will have a new site called arbiterlive that will keep all of the schedules up to date for everyone.  I will have a URL once the renovation of the website is updated.  Thanks and sorry for any confusion.  

All records and stats can be found at the SWBL website   swblsports.com   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 https://www.payforit.net/MakeItemPaymentEx.aspx .  Brick text can be emailed to  fundraiser@wayne-local.com    

Connect with Waynesville Athletics The athletic department is connecting with Spartan fans and alumni through Facebook. Like us at www.facebook.com/WaynesvilleAthletics to see current events, team pictures and news articles from the past added weekly, and chances to win prizes.   Follow us on Twitter for live in game updates, pictures and video clips @SpartansLive   Find up to date schedules, listen or watch game broadcasts, and see spotlighted events at www.spartanslive.com   A

dvertise 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. Brandon Philpot  bphilpot@wayne-local.com 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 TRANSPORTATION SAFETY TIPS There should be no horsing around while waiting for the school bus.  Someone could be hurt, injured, or even pushed out into traffic.  Students waiting for the school bus in an orderly manner are a safety expectation and a part of Spartan Pride Community Wide.

BUS ROUTES For your convenience an alphabetical street name list with bus numbers and driver’s names is located on the Wayne Local website www.wayne-local.com  or click here.

WELLNESS SUN SAFETY With the warmer weather it’s important to remember to protect our skin.  Here are some tips to keep in mind.  Seek the shade, especially between 10 AM and 4 PM.  Do not burn.  Avoid tanning and UV tanning beds.  Cover up with clothing, including a broad-brimmed hat and UV-blocking sunglasses.  Use a broad spectrum (UVA/UVB) sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher every day. For extended outdoor activity, use a water-resistant, broad spectrum (UVA/UVB) sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher.  Apply 1 ounce (2 tablespoons) of sunscreen to your entire body 30 minutes before going outside. Reapply every two hours or immediately after swimming or excessive sweating.  Keep newborns out of the sun. Sunscreens should be used on babies over the age of six months.  Examine your skin head-to-toe every month.  See your physician every year for a professional skin exam.

ABCD’s of Melanoma A - Asymmetrical Shape Melanoma lesions are often irregular, or not symmetrical, in shape. Benign moles are usually symmetrical. B - Border Typically, non-cancerous moles have smooth, even borders. Melanoma lesions usually have irregular borders that are difficult to define. C – Color The presence of more than one color (blue, black, brown, tan, etc.) or the uneven distribution of color can sometimes be a warning sign of melanoma. Benign moles are usually a single shade of brown or tan. D – Diameter Melanoma lesions are often greater than 6 millimeters in diameter (approximately the size of a pencil eraser).   Jennifer Royalty jroyalty@wayne-local.com Wayne Local School Nurse

2016/2017 SEVENTH GRADE VACCINATION REQUIREMENTS The Ohio Department of Health has revised the School Immunization Requirements effective January 4, 2010. All students are to receive an additional dose of Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis) vaccine BEFORE entering the seventh grade. If your child has received a Tdap vaccine within 5 years of entering the seventh grade (2012 or later), this will meet the requirement.   Additionally, beginning with the start of the 2016-2017 school year, one dose of meningococcal vaccine is required prior to entry into the 7th grade. This requirement is met if your student has had this vaccine at any time before entering 7th grade.  

2016/2017 SENIOR VACCINATION REQUIREMENTS Meningococcal: Beginning with the start of the 2016-2017 school year, all pupils entering the 12th grade are required to be vaccinated against meningococcal. A second (2nd) dose of meningococcal) vaccine is required prior to entry into the 12th grade. The second (2nd) dose must be administered on or after the 16th birthday with at least eight (8) weeks between the first and second dose. If the first dose of meningococcal  vaccine was administered after the 16th birthday, a second dose is not required. If a pupil is 15 years of age or younger, only one  dose is required. Any questions please contact Jennifer Royalty, Wayne Local School Nurse, 513-897-4350 or jroyalty@wayne-local.com

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 SCHEDULE  Plan “B” – Two Hour Delay School 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/SEND WORD NOW One Call Now is Wayne Local School’s Emergency Notification System. 

BCI AND FBI BACKGROUND CHECKS BCI & FBI Background Check Information

STUDENT INSURANCE  If you are interested in Student Insurance, please click here

2016/17 Open Enrollment Applications are being accepted in the Superintendent’s Office.  Please visit our website to print the application and course request forms.

SCRIP BENEFITS WAYNE LOCALWLS 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 from 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 www.krogercommunityrewards.com . 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! 

PTO NEWS ELEMENTARY PTO   WE hope everyone has had a fantastic 2015/2016 school year ...it's hard to believe this year is over...We wanted to say THANK YOU to all the wonderful parents who have helped this year in so many ways, from donating food, clipping box tops, entering coke rewards, making copies, volunteering in the classroom, helping at the different events we coordinated, volunteering at field day, helping and supporting our fundraisers and so many other ways!!! Our organization is only as strong as our volunteers!!   Drum roll......We had elections for our 2016/2017 officers during our May meeting ..... please help me in congratulating our new and returning officers who will take position in August ! They will do a fantastic job!  Congratulations:     President: Jen Pond Vice Pres.#1 Mindi Squire Vice Pres. #2 Jamie Manley Treasurer: Courtney Buck Secretary: Jessica Dupps    Please become a part of this fabulous organization, the more hands we have the more we can accomplish!    WANT TO HELP.... but aren't able to come into the school??Can you be a coordinator of Box tops or Tyson labels; you can do both of these from home? email for info if able to do this next school year wespto2010@gmail.com   We are always looking for parent to enter coke rewards codes in and then transfer them to the school. We are also looking for people to clip boxtops. These are all things you can do from you home. We will send home with your student ...then you send back in once complete. Contact me at wesptop2010@gmail.com if interested.       PLEASE SEND IN ALL BOXTOPS, LABELS FOR EDUCATION, COKE REWARDS, TYSON LABELS BEFORE the end of the school year!!     Labels for Education has announced after 42 years they will be discontinuing their program at the end of 2016 ... you will begin noticing that products will no longer have labels on them. Please start sending in your labels so our coordinator Beth Anticoli can get them ready to be mailed in.    We would like to invite you to our monthly PTO meetings. They are held on the first Tuesday of the month, in the elementary school library(media center). All are welcome to attend and generally we have child care provided by the NHS students. We would love to hear your new ideas and suggestions.  Next meeting will be early August to plan for the 2016/2017 school. Please consider joining us and letting us know what ideas you have for the year!! Also come and welcome our new and returning officers! Time and date will be posted as it approaches!   Do you know what PTO stand for? 

Parent Teacher Organization. Unlike some schools we do not collect dues to be part of the PTO, everyone is invited and encouraged to be part of this great organization. Everything the PTO does is done by volunteers, no one is paid to help with any of our events.  We are all parents like you, with 1 or more kids who attend the Wayne local school district, our kids play sports and do after school activities, many of us also coach baseball, basketball, soccer, football or lead cub scouts, boy scouts or girl scout troops. We love to come together to come up with fun ideas for the students of our schools. We really would love to see some new parents volunteer to help at different events; it is a great way to meet others in our community!     

MIDDLE SCHOOL PTO   wmspto1@gmail.com / 723 Dayton Rd.  Waynesville, OH 45068
 LIKE us on Facebook: Waynesville Middle School PTO                              Email: wmspto1@gmail.com         To See the Minutes from our last meeting click the link:  https://www.facebook.com/WaynesvilleMiddleSchoolPTO Please remember--bring in your box tops, coke rewards, labels for education.  If you have coke rewards please enter them and then donate the points to Waynesville Middle School.  The Coke Rewards and Campbell’s food labels will end this summer. Please trim the BOX TOPS and Campbell’s food labels and place them in a baggie and drop them off in the main office.  Thanks for your support!   We would like to have some more volunteers for our activities at the middle school so if you would like to help with the PTO please email:wmspto1@gmail.com   PTO Officers
 Marsha Gober- President    Christie Stricker-Treasurer

COMMUNITY NEWS Community announcements are provided as a courtesy for the community. WLS does not endorse or promote any activity. Caesar’s Creek Pioneer Village Presents Pioneer Day Camp      Pioneer day camp introduces children, firsthand, to daily life of the settlers in Southern Ohio 200 years ago. Kids learn the art of woodworking, candle making, sewing, hearth cook and much more as they spend each day exploring the daily activities of Ohio’s early settlers.

Session: July 18-22, 2016                                                                

Time: 9am—3pm Targeted for ages 8-14. Admission by advance registration.  Availability is limited  Cost $100 per child  For additional information or registration form go to facebook/ccpv.camp or call 937-728-6207  LEGO MINDSTORM CAMP June 13 - 16, 2016 | 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. $120 | Grades 5 & 6 | Warren County ESC Students will work to solve problems through feedback provided by attaching motor, light, ultrasonic and color sensors to make the robot have specific reactions.  The camp will be using the LEGO NXT-G programming software to make everything work together.  Each student will have the opportunity to use a variety of team building, robot, and programming skills.  Limited to 15 students. LEGO MINDSTORM CAMP FLYER LEGO MINDSTORM CAMP REGISTRATION

JOIN WAYNESVILLE’S SUMMER SWIM TEAM The Blue Dolphins Sign up on line @ Waynesvillebluedolphins.org cost is $70 per swimmer Ages 5-18 Swimmer must be able to swim the length of the pool Please note team swim suits are not provided it is an additional cost but are also not mandatory to participate on the team. (suit fitting will be during the meetings) Swim Team is a great opportunity for kids to meet new friends, become stronger swimmers and have fun for the summer. Any questions please call 937-623-7880

WARREN COUNTY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE CENTER 2016 SUMMER ENRICHMENT CAMPS It is time to start planning for this summer!  View the Warren County Educational Service Center 2016 Summer Enrichment Camp list and register by simply going to www.warrencountyesc.com . Descriptions and registration forms can be found on the WCESC website.   Please feel free to contact Amy Kistler at amy.kistler@warrencountyesc.com or (513)695-2900 ext. 2902, if you have any questions or concerns regarding any of the Summer Enrichment Camps.  

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: www.mlcook.lib.oh.us To find out what is happening at the Mary L Cook Library, just go to their website:   www.mlcook.lib.oh.us and click on Newsletter. The staff of The Mary L. Cook Public Library encourages all children – birth thru 12th  graders –in the Waynesville area to join us because On Your Mark, Get Set, Read June 1st thru August 1st    Be rewarded for enjoying books and improving your reading skills during the 2016 Summer Reading Program381 Old Stage Rd. Waynesville 513-897-4826  Reading & Registration begin Wednesday, June 1st at 9:00 a.m. Book Buddies - returning this summer to The Mary L. Cook Public Library! This free enrichment program has been created to help young children (entering grades 1-3) to enhance their reading skills.  The Book Buddies will meet for 30 minute sessions on Monday evenings, June 6, June 13, June 20, and June 27. All sessions will begin at 6:45pm and will last 30 minutes.  Contact Kathy Daniels @ 513-897-4826 or danielka@marylcook.com .  (6/3) Mary L. Cook Public Library 381 Old Stage Road Waynesville, OH 45068 513-897-4826 fax 513-897-9215 www. mlcook.lib.oh.us

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