The Wayne Local School District neither endorses nor sponsors the organization or activity represented on this page. The distribution or display of this material is provided as a community service.
In an effort to maintain environmental preservation, Wayne Local will no longer distribute paper flyers from outside organizations to our students. We will continue, however, to post electronic flyers from outside organizations on our “Community News” web page, provided the material receives approval through our regular approval process.
This “no paper flyer” policy will achieve several goals:
- Reduce the cost and time spent by local organizations to run thousands of copies for distribution
- Allow organizations to have their flyer posted in a timely manner, rather than just four times per year
- Cut down on paper waste — a greener approach to communication
All flyers must be approved by the Board Office and should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Flyers should be submitted for approval one week prior to the desired posting date.
Waynesville Fall Fest
HoofPrints Equine Assisted Activities has now opened their spring registration. They host programs and curriculums that are developed by mental health professionals and certified equine specialists. Their Strides to Success program for ages 13-18 aims to teach mental wellness with focus on relaxation, confidence, self-esteem, self-regulation, communication, and controlling how we react—all through doing unmounted work with the horses.
There is also a Barn Buddies program which focuses on barn chores, horse care, and some riding for those who are 12 and older (it is recommended you complete the Strides to Success program prior).
Registration deadline is March 15 and there are partial scholarships available. Please see the website at Hoof Prints Website
Additional News from Mary L. Cook Public Library
Baby Bookworms at The Mary L. Cook Public Library
Baby Storytime for children from birth to 24 months and their parent or caregiver. Wednesdays 10:30am - 11:00am. Enjoy great books for babies, learn fun songs and rhymes, and meet other families in your neighborhood. Parents/caregivers are expected to stay with children during all sessions. Registration requested. We resume on January 4, 2023.
Toddler Time for 24 months - 36 months & their caregivers.
Tuesdays 10:30am - 11:00am. Join us for this new program of activities and fun for your little ones! We will read a story of two and do fun activities each program. These sessions involve parents as active participants. This program involves messy fun, dress accordingly. Registration requested. We resume on January 3, 2023.
Preschool Storytimes for 3 - 5 year olds including kindergarten
Thursdays 10:30 - 11:00 a.m. Registration requested. We play games, sing songs, hear stories, and share laughs. We resume on January 5, 2023.
Dino Science for Preschoolers (3yrs. - Kindergarten) and a Caregiver
Friday, January 20th 4:00pm to 4:30pm.
We will be learning about dinosaurs with several hands-on activities. All children should bring an adult with them. Required Registration begins on January 3, 2023.
High School Students:
The 99 is a group of Christians who aim to live out Jesus' teaching recorded in Luke 15. It is a welcoming community for anyone who wants to show up, and we invite any and all Waynesville High School students. The program will take place weekly, on Fridays from 6-7:30 at The Bridge, at 98 South Main Street, in Waynesville, Ohio. The first hour will be to hang out and build fellowship with our peers and the last half an hour is a Bible study, in which anyone can stay or leave as they wish. The first meeting will occur on April 22nd. To learn more about the meeting place, you can go to The Bridge Waynesville Website.
TURN OUT DANCE ACADEMY
EPIC DANCE ACADEMY
OHIO YOUTH LEADERSHIP REGIONAL FORUMS
OHIO LIVING QUAKER HEIGHTS CARE COMMUNITY - NOW HIRING!
Golazo Futsal Academy
FLAGS OVER WAYNESVILLE
Flags Over Waynesville is a new fund raising project for Boy Scout Troop 51. Besides helping the Scouts raise money for camping expenses, this Project helps build community spirit, patriotism, awareness, leadership, and responsibility while also providing a service to you. Troop 51 will place a plastic sleeve in your yard and mark the curb/street at its location. The sleeve will be flush with the ground requiring no maintenance on your part. The sleeve will not interfere with mowing. An American flag (details on the back) will be placed (Posted) at dawn and collected (Retired) on five national flag display days. The charge for this service is $35 for the year. By participating in Flags Over Waynesville, you will help instill values and encourage and support character growth in our Scouts. You will also be displaying your patriotism when these flags fly proudly in your neighborhood. Tell your neighbors and help line your street!
Display the Flag of the United States of America in your yard on five All-American Holidays!
An American flag will be placed at dawn and collected on five national flag display days.
Click link for more information.
WAYNE LOCAL SCHOOLS IS PART OF THE KROGER COMMUNITY REWARDS PROGRAM:
OUR SCHOOL NUMBER IS 82139
PLEASE REGISTER YOUR CARD TODAY!
- Register online at Kroger Rewards
- Be sure to have your Kroger Plus card handy
- Click on Sign In/Create an Account
- If you already have an online account sign in and click on view your rewards details.Scroll down to the bottom to Community Rewards and add Wayne Local Schools to your account.Our School number is 82139.If you do not have an online account - SIGN UP TODAY.Just follow the steps to register your Kroger Plus Card.
- You must swipe your registered Kroger Plus card or use the phone number that is related to the registered Kroger Plus card when shopping for each purchase to count.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!