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AW FFA Testimony at House Committee Hearing
The Ohio House of Representatives Agriculture & Rural Development Committee met on August 26, 2015 at the Shisler Center on The Ohio State University’s Agricultural Technical Institute campus. The committee met to hear testimonies regarding Agricultural Education from people across Ohio. Whitney Short, agricultural education teacher and FFA advisor at Anthony Wayne High School, was asked to give a testimony. Her testimony covered current happenings in Ohio agricultural education, Anthony Wayne’s specific program growth, and issues facing this specific area of education, such as the shortage of agriculture teachers. After giving her testimony, the members of the committee asked questions to gain more information about the issues mentioned. Chapter reporter Marleigh Kerr, and Anthony Wayne FFA parent Mrs. Karen Kerr attended the hearing and also answered questions asked by the representatives. Marleigh said of her experience, “I really enjoyed going to speak to this committee; it gave me a unique experience on what goes on in the committee. I also enjoyed being able to give the committee a unique perspective into an FFA member’s life.”
Grades 7 - 12 Usernames and Passwords
Anthony Wayne Local Schools recently changed District passwords for students in grades 7 through 12. This was done in an effort to increase the security of our student accounts. At registration day, students should have received a PowerSchool letter that contained the student's username and password. This username and password is also used in other District services such as Gmail, Google Drive and Moodle. When accessing these other services, please utilize the username and password found on the PowerSchool password letter. Please contact the building secretary for a copy of the PowerSchool letter containing your student's username and password.
We apologize for any inconvenience that this change in security may have caused.
August Superintendent's Newsletter
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