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David Fornshell

On Tuesday, March 24th Prosecutor David Fornshell met with our seniors to talk about turning 18 years of age.  Eighteen is a magic birthday, a milestone into adulthood accompanied by great privileges as well as serious legal implications.

His talk focused on:

•    Voting
•    Jury Duty
•    Driving
•    Drinking Laws
•    Criminal Charges
•    Employment
•    Apartment Leases
•    Contracts
•    Credit
•    Military Service/Selective Service

Our students were attentive and absorbed this very important information.

In addition to being the Prosecuting Attorney for Warren County, Ohio; David is “Of Counsel” with Dinsmore & Shohl LLP.  Prosecutor Fornshell graduated from Pepperdine University School of Law.  Since becoming prosecuting attorney he has actively worked with Warren County Schools by providing relevant seminars and legal updates.  We very much appreciate his willingness to share his time and expertise.

Congratulations to junior Kyle Wilson for receiving a Scholastic Art Awards National Medal. Kyle was a Gold Key Award winner at regionals, qualifying him for national competition. This month, a jury of art professionals selected Kyle’s photograph, Roll’n, to receive a Silver Medal Award. As a silver medalist, Kyle will be honored for his achievements in art in New York City this June. Over 255,000 artworks were submitted to the competition from across the country.

art 1 art 2
What Are You Doing This Summer?
June 8-12, 2015! Join Us for the third annual
STEMulate Your Mind Summer Science Camp!

STEMulate Your Mind Camp is for this school year’s Kindergarten students through this school year’s 7th grade students! Wayne Local Schools will hold a STEMulate Your Mind Summer Science Camp for the very affordable price of only $95 per camper! Our STEM camp will encourage learning through hands-on activities instead of traditional lectures and worksheets. Our STEM camp offers a daily combination of in-class discovery and exploration, outdoor/indoor games and physical activities, and hands-on applications of the scientific principles presented. Your child will be able touch, see, hear, smell and taste what science is really all about. We will use simple, real world science techniques that allow even the youngest of campers to enjoy our learning environment.

Waynesville High School Only

All sophomores will report to school at NORMAL time to take the OGT. 

Freshmen*, Juniors* and Seniors* will have a TWO HOUR DELAY all week.  Students not testing that do not have transportation will report at normal time and placed in academic intervention. Buses will run at NORMAL TIME.

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