Anthony Wayne Local Schools will partner with our community to engage all students in educational opportunities empowering them to become active, responsible, and productive citizens in our global society.
Third Grade Business Day at Whitehouse Primary
The third graders at Whitehouse Primary put their economic knowledge to the test this week by conducting interviews with many businesses from their local Whitehouse community. Students interviewed the representatives by asking questions related to concepts studied in class, including goods and services, decision making, competition and monopolies, and positive and negative incentives. The students loved interacting with these businesses and really learned a lot from these discussions. The third graders and their teachers would like to thank all who attended!
The event was attended by representatives from AW Floral, BASF, Edward Jones, Sunoco, Lutheran Church, Skin Savvy, Pisanello's Pizza, Prince Aircraft, Farming, Rexam, Cherry Tree Bakery, and Diversified Insurance.
Thank you from AWSG
The AW Spirit of Giving would like to thank everyone for their help with the annual Spirit of Giving Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser. This year, we made an estimated $8,000 (with over $4,000 of that being raffle money) to help our adoptive families. 100% of this money goes to helping the families that we adopt over a year's time. This year's event was even more successful because we had a variety of volunteers which included teachers, staff, students, and community members who all came together to help. This year, AWSG will be sending out over 300 thank you's to volunteers as well as those who donated raffle items.
Thank you Anthony Wayne for your ongoing generosity. Not only do the board members appreciate your help, but over 20 families over the 8 years feel blessed to have all of your support.
Thank you and hope to see you all next year!
Anthony Wayne Spirit of Giving
DECA State Competition Congratulations
Congratulations for the OUTSTANDING performance of the Anthony Wayne DECA chapter at STATE COMPETITION held in March.
53 of our AW students competed in over 36 events. Each event had over 50 other competitors in them, so their success was not an easy task! Our team came home with AMAZING results, breaking a record for the MOST awards received in AW history at state! Here are the results:
1st - Jeremiah (Lionel) Brock (SR) in the Business Services Series Event
1st - Sana Ali and Yaminee Patel (JRs) in Virtual Business Hotel Challenge
2nd-Olivia Potts & Bryn Rosebery (JRs) in Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan
2nd - Jackie Flickinger (SR) in Hotel & Lodging Management
2nd - Jillian Jernas (SR) in Marketing Management
2nd - Katelyn Scott (JR) in Principles of Marketing
3rd - Madelyn Ransberger (SR) in Apparel & Accessories Marketing
3rd - Nusaiba Rahman (JR) in Principles of Hospitality and Tourism
3rd-Lauren Shield & Kaleigh Wagner(SRS) in Sports & Entertainment Marketing Team
4th - Sami Paul (JR) in Food Marketing Series Event
4th - Hunter Boose & Kaitlyn Dick (JRS) in Business Law & Ethics Team
4th - Rachael Brown & Olivia Sohnly (JRS) in Entrepreneurship Innovation Plan
Top 10 - Moira Behrman & Kara Harvey (JRS) in Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan
Top 10 - Kat McClish (SR) in Retail Merchandising Series Event
Top 10 - Sean Adkins, Aaliyah Phounsavath, & Nick Pierce in Sports & Entertainment Promotional Plan
The 17 students who placed in the top four in the state will be traveling to compete at the International Conference in Orlando at the end of April!
Anthony Wayne Schools 2015-16 Kindergarten Registration
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Children who will be five years old by September 30, 2015 are eligible to attend Kindergarten this fall. The first step is to complete the online registration form. After you submit the online registration form, you must provide:
• your child’s official birth certificate
• your driver’s license or other government-issued photo ID
• two proofs of residency (2 current utility bills in your name; or a lease + utility bill in your name)
• custody document if applicable
You will bring these required documents to our Central Administrative Office at 9565 Bucher Road in Whitehouse.
The Kindergarten schedule will be half day, every day in 2015-16.
An information meeting for parents of incoming Kindergarten students will be held on Thursday, May 7 at 7:00 p.m. at Monclova Primary, Waterville Primary, and Whitehouse Primary Schools.
Kindergarten Screening is scheduled on the following dates:
Monclova Primary Wednesday June 3
Waterville Primary Thursday June 4
Whitehouse Primary Friday June 5
A school secretary will call you to schedule an appointment for screening. Students must be registered online and the required documents must be submitted at the Central Administrative Office prior to Kindergarten Screening.
If you do not have access to a computer, please call our Central Administrative Office at 419-877-5377 where a computer is available by appointment.
For questions regarding enrolling your kindergarten student, email email@example.com or call 419-877-5377.