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.
AW Thank You Program
AW Thank You’s 2015
Thank you to all for your submissions to the
AW Thank You’ s Program this year.
We appreciate you taking time to show your gratitude! AWesome!!
Click HERE for a pdf of all the submissions
The Goodwill mural is complete!!!! The additional six panels that were designed and painted by individual students are hung. The center piece had been completed for the opening in early October. Please stop by the Goodwill store in Whitehouse to view our students' amazing work. Over time these six panels will be switched and updated. The first six will come back to the high school for display in our building. Another group of students will design and paint the next set. Our hope is that the rotation will continue throughout the years so that more student work can be seen and the mural will always be changing. The current group focused on what Anthony Wayne meant to them. On the left side is Osi Okoro, Sam Roesler and Rachel Brown's work. To the right is Arika Zeigler, Mitchell Betts and Hayley McArthur.
November Superintendent's Newsletter
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The Anthony Wayne Community Food Ministry says THANK YOU!
The Anthony Wayne Community Food Ministry would like to publicly extend our extreme thanks to the members of the AWHS Girls’ Varsity Soccer Team and of Interact along with their coaches, Lori Williams and Deb Cheney. We reached out to these two groups of Anthony Wayne High School students for help and they responded in a big way!
During each food distribution, these students show up on time and are ready to help in any way they can. Their work ethic and desire to help people who are truly in need is commendable. And so appreciated! These students are a beautiful representation of our AW Community.
Our AWCFM adult volunteers are committed to helping the hungry families in our community, but extra help is always needed as the number of families is continuously rising. We sincerely thank these AW Students for being AWesome members of the AW Community Family!
High School Business Department News
On Friday, November 13, Lindsay Mohrmann, Sam Essig, and Samantha Paul placed 5th in the Junior Achievement Business Challenge, earning $750 scholarships each.
On Wednesday, November 18, students attended the Ohio DECA Fall Leadership Conference in Columbus. Samantha Paul placed 2nd in the state in the Parliamentarian event, and Taylor Altman placed in the top ten. Sana Ali placed 3rd in the state in the Public Relations event and Sarah Paull placed in the top ten.
Anthony Wayne School Board Welcomes Jeff Baden
At the Special Meeting on Monday, November 16th the Anthony Wayne School Board welcomed a new board member, Jeff Baden. Board member Barry Cousino recently moved out of the Anthony Wayne School District. Mr. Baden was recently elected to the Board to serve a 4-year term beginning January 2016, however, with Board Member Barry Cousino moving out of the district, Jeff was then appointed to the Board at the November 16th Special Board Meeting to complete Mr. Cousino's term.
Jeff has lived in Whitehouse for the past 14 years with his wife Tina and three children that are sophomores attending Anthony Wayne High School and Penta Vocational School. He has a Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering from Ohio University ’94 and MBA from the University of Findlay ’11. He is employed as a program manager for Parker Hannifin Corporation. Jeff is a active member and past president of the Waterville Rotary Club and volunteers with Boy Scout Troop 101. He is an active member and financial chairman at Community of Christ Lutheran Church in Whitehouse. He is a board member and treasurer of his homeowners association. Jeff previously served as co-chairman of the prior Anthony Wayne Schools levy committee.