Anthony Wayne Student to Compete in International Science & Engineering Fair
Jake Zajkowski, Anthony Wayne High School senior, was recently recognized at the Northwest Ohio Science & Engineering Fair. Jake placed 1st overall in the fair, and will advance to the International Science & Engineering Fair to be held in May. Jake has studied hydroponic lettuce in the high school agriculture greenhouse for the past three years. This year, Jake conducted research on increasing Vitamin B12 in hydroponic lettuce. This intensive research included genetic modification and plant tissue culture, along with raising over 400 lettuce plants with a hydroponic system. Jake presented his findings through a video format, and was judged against students from across Northwest Ohio. He will now prepare to present his findings to judges at the international level. When asked about the experience, Jake said, “It was a great experience to interact with other researchers and judges that allowed me to share my passion for agriculture sustainability.”
Anthony Wayne High School proudly presents......
“Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play”
STREAMING ONLINE ON DEMAND thru Broadway On Demand: ONLY 4/16- 12midnight - 4/18 11:59pm EST. $13 per ticket plus a $3.95 streaming charge
AWHS Direct Link to our Broadway On Demand Ticket Purchase Page: https://www.broadwayondemand.com/series/jNfbuTvElJxi-vintagehitchcock- a-radio-play--anthony-wayne-high-school?channel=watch-now
AWHS Vintage Hitchcock Virtual Program and Shout Outs to the Cast/Crew: (available show weekend)
AWLS Parent & Staff Communication - 3/22/21
Governor DeWine announced today that 16 year olds and older are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccination, a week sooner than expected. Students that are 16 years and older can sign up to receive the vaccination from the Lucas County Health Department through their website (https://lucascountyhealth.com/). On their main website page, at the top right, there is a link to click on to schedule an appointment. Based on initial information we have received, a parent will need to be present with students 16 and 17 years of age during the vaccination from the Health Department. I would assume other locations (CVS, Walmart, Kroger, etc.) will have the vaccinations available in the near future. Those looking to receive their vaccination from the Lucas County Rec Center should look on Thursday at 6:00pm for appointment slots for the following week.
Pfizer has been emergency approved for those 16 years old and above at this time.
Moderna and Johnson & Johnson have been emergency approved for those 18 years old and above.
If your student does receive the vaccination during school hours the District will accept a picture of the vaccination card that identifies the students name and date of vaccination as medical documentation for the excused absence. This documentation would need to be provided to the school office upon returning to school.
Thank you and have a great day!! Go Generals!!
Dr. Jim Fritz
Kindergarten Registration for the 2021/22 School Year is Now Open!
Anthony Wayne Schools is now accepting online registration of Kindergarten students for the 2021-22 school year. To attend
Kindergarten in the fall, your child must be five years old by September 30, 2021, and you must reside in the Anthony Wayne School District. to complete the online enrollment form. After you submit the enrollment form, you will receive a confirmation email that includes specific instructions for submitting the required documents, which are listed below:
- Parent's photo ID
- Your child's official birth certificate
- Proof of residency (click HERE for details about what we will accept)
- Custody document if parents are divorced or if someone other than the parents has legal custody
- Your child's immunization records (must be submitted to your child’s school no later than September 7, 2021)
For additional information on 2021/22 Kindergarten visit our Kindergarten Registration page
If you have any questions, please call 419-877-5377 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Athletics and Spectator Guidelines,
Due to the recent governor announcement regarding high school athletics and spectator guidelines, the AW Athletic Department will need to make adjustments to our attendance policy in order to follow OHSAA and ODH policy. With this policy, our capacity allowed at all athletic events has been dramatically decreased. While we understand many throughout our community would love to attend athletic events as they always have in the past; unfortunately given the times, this just will not be possible this season.
Effective for the 2020 Fall season (with a possibility to go to Winter and Spring) ALL tickets must be purchased online. There will be no cash ticket sales completed at Anthony Wayne. All ticket sales will be reserved for close family of the athlete and event participants. In addition, there will be a max number of tickets that can be ordered per purchase depending on the capacity of the event. There will be no ticket sales to the general public - nor will we sell any AW athletic passes, nor accept NLL passes, senior citizen passes or staff IDs.
Approximately 48 hours prior to an athletic event the head coach will send a pre-sale code to the parents of the athletes in that sport to purchase a ticket. After purchase, the ticket holder should bring their phone or paper ticket to the ticket booth to be scanned for entry. Each event will have a different passcode.
Last, we will be requiring masks for all spectators to wear for entry and throughout the event. All spectators are subject to a temperature screening upon entry and are asked to sit/stand socially distant from others.
Again, we recognize and are sensitive to the fact MANY General fans would like to be in attendance where you just simply can't. We appreciate your loyalty and dedication to AW Athletics. We look forward to passing on to everyone televised options, as well as potential athletic streaming options.
Click HERE to visit the Anthony Wayne Ticket Box Office.