District News

Pat Dubbs


Superintendent
Wayne Local Schools
Superintendent’s Message

August 22, 2014

Welcome back to our returning families and a very special welcome to those who are new to our District. I hope you had a wonderful summer and you are now ready to learn.

Once again, we were busy over the summer, adding improvements to our schools. In addition to the turf project we rearranged the media center in the high school and middle school to add 16 new computers in a more open area concept. New carpeting was laid in a number of areas. Two more early childhood rooms were renovated. The elementary playgrounds were spruced up to complement the new elementary outdoor fitness area. All of our parking areas received preventative asphalt maintenance; crack sealing, seal coating and asphalt patching/repair. Lines were repainted and are more visible. Three new buses were purchased; highlighted by a new special needs bus equipped with wheel chair lift.

We also offered professional development opportunities for our staff. They continue to model and exhibit a commitment to lifelong learning.

Back to School Nights were extremely well attended. The sights and sounds were a prelude to the enthusiasm and excitement of Day 1. They are the first step each year to the development of a working partnership between child, parent and teacher for the school year ahead. I encourage parents to attend future conference days as found on our school calendar. Visit our website www.wayne-local.com and subscribe to Good News Friday; combined they provide you important information and news about our District and community. Please feel free to contact us through the district directory. Don’t forget to sign up or update your c-notify information. Important messages regarding weather and other special occurrences are communicated via this phone/electronic messaging system. You can follow the district via Facebook and Twitter. All children attending Wayne Local Schools are important and we will strive to help them reach their highest potential and beyond.

Spartan Pride Community Wide,
Pat Dubbs
Superintendent of Schools

Wayne Local Schools, Waynesville, OH is seeking regular bus drivers (4.25 hrs/day) and substitute bus drivers for the 2014-15 school year to operate a school bus according to all motor vehicle laws and transport students to and from school.  Extra hours available driving co-curricular and extra-curricular trips.  Qualified candidates must hold current commercial driver’s license with “school bus operator” endorsement.  Successful BCII and FBI background checks.  Must be physically qualified as determined by an annual physical examination.

The WHS cheerleaders need your help supporting a pink out on our September 12th game. Monies raised will go to the Spielman fund to fight cancer.
T-shirt information is available in the office.

The annual Writing Center Tutor Training Workshop was held at Waynesville High School the week of August 4-8.  Six high school juniors/seniors – Kyle Buflod, Cynthia James, Britt Jones, Katelyn Howard, Julie Slyby, and  Tori Wilson-- spent the week polishing their writing abilities as well as developing their conferencing skills to be used in the Writing Center, which is located in the high school media center.

New students Orientation       5:00-5:30 (any student new to WMS-gym)

6th Grade Orientation               5:30-6:30 (gym)
7th/8th Grade Open House     7:00-8:00 (gym)

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