Wayne Trace Jr/Sr High School

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Greg Leeth
Principal
Tony Langhals
Director of Student and Staff Services
Colleen Saylor
Secretary
Sarah Franz
Guidance Counselor
Camille Myers
Guidance Secretary/EMIS

4915 US 127
Haviland, OH 45851

419-622-5171
419-399-4100
fax 419-622-3037


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Announcements January 30, 2015

Presale tickets for the home basketball game with Ayersville this Friday will be on sale in the high school office on Thursday and Friday. Prices are $3.00 for students and $5.00 for adults. All tickets at the gate will be $6.00.

The NHS is holding its annual dodge ball tournament on Saturday, Jan. 31  at 2:00 P.M. in the high school gym.  Forms are available from Mrs.  Hatcher or Miss K.  All forms must be turned in to Mrs. Hatcher by 2:40  P.M. on FRIDAY. Originally, the forms had to be turned in by Thursday, but if you get your form and money to Mrs. Hatcher by 2:40 on Friday, you  can still be in the dodge ball tournament.  We hope to see you there! 

All high school softball players should pick up their tickets for the Chicken Noodle and mashed potato supper from Coach Baumle today.

Any sophomore who was not here to register for the Vantage tour needs to see Mrs. Franz or Mrs. Myers by this Friday.

8th grade art classes from the first semester can come this week and next week during raider time and pick up their artwork, in Miss Diamond's room.

Seniors please note a date change for a scholarship:  The Paulding County Hospital Foundation scholarship is due on February 13th.

Seniors, if you did not get a scholarship packet from Mrs. Franz, please stop in the guidance office and pick one up.

Attention boys grades 8-11 who are playing football next year.  There will be a meeting on Wednesday, February 4th in the lecture hall during Raider Time.  We  will be beginning our cookie dough fundraiser at the meeting that day.

Sophomores:  You will be attending the Vantage visitation day on Wednesday, February 4th.  We will leave at 8am.  You need to wear closed toed shoes and long pants (no sandals or shorts).  If any of the schools that go to Vantage are delayed or canceled, the visitation will be postponed.  The next make up day would be the 6th.

If you are interested in taking a College Credit class next year, you and your parent must attend an informational meeting on February 10th at 6pm in the Lecture Hall.  This will cover information about the classes provided by Northwest State, University of Findlay and Wright State.  If you are absolutely unable to attend the meeting, you and your parents must schedule a meeting with Mrs. Franz by February 20th

  

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Wayne Trace JH-HS recently held a Christmas giveaway for the student body. Winners were: 32" TV donated by Custom Audio Concepts; Seth Yenser. Samsung DVD Player and 3 Movies; Courtney Mead, Bluetooth Speaker; Kameron Forrer, Bluetooth Speaker; Josh Reel, Sony Noise Canceling Headphones; K-Lynne Hawkins, and Gift Certificate bundle donated by Dairy Queen, Valero of Paulding, Marco's Pizza, and Frickers; Zoey Wright.

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The Wayne Trace chapter of the National Honor Society recently held its' annual induction ceremony. In order to be eligible for induction, students must possess a minimum GPA of 3.5 along with displaying Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and Service. 2014 inductees include Row 1: Stacy Flint, Sydney Hoffman, Brianna Sinn, Hollie Wannemacher, Victoria Ryan, and Sydney Critten. Row 2: Nathaneal Roop, Christopher Davis, Jayson Nowak, Taryn Homier, and Erin Mohr. Row 3: Cory Davis, Scott Wenninger, Cole Shepherd, Shayna Temple, and Estie Sinn.

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 Greg Leeth, Principal

Can you believe it? We are rapidly closing in on the end of the first semester. If you have not had the opportunity to do so already, I encourage you to call or email your child’s teachers to introduce yourself and to involve yourself in his or her edu-cation. The teachers at Wayne Trace Jr./Sr. High School welcome parent communication.

We have some tremendously talented students in our student body whose abilities were show-cased recently. Once again, I would like to extend my appreciation to Mrs. Joni Wenninger, Ms. Sharon Spinner, and Miss Mallory Diamond for the outstanding Fall Arts Festival held Novem-ber 8. For those who missed it, there was food, artwork displayed, and musical performances by the band, choir, and Heartland Jazz Quintet. I encourage you to make a priority of getting to next year’s Fall Arts Festival. It truly is an out-standing evening of entertainment.

I also want to thank the social studies depart-ment and music department for the Veteran’s Day Assembly held on November 11. More importantly, I want to thank the local veteran’s for their service to our country and for attending our program. If you have not attended a Veteran’s Day program at the jr./sr. high school, I encourage you to join us next year.

On November 26, the National Honor Society will conduct its annual induction ceremony. The program will begin at 1:40 p.m. in the junior high gym. I count this celebration of academic achievement as one of the two most important days of the year. The most important, of course, is graduation.

Usher in the holiday spirit by attending the upcoming band and choir Christmas concerts. The high school will perform on December 12 at 7:00 p.m. and the junior high will perform on December 15 at 7:00 p.m. The concerts will be held in the high school gymnasium.

Lastly, I want to congratulate the fall athletes and coaches for another incredibly successful season. The time and dedication you have displayed in representing Wayne Trace with class and dignity, whether win or lose, will long be remembered by those who watched you compete.



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Attention: Federal Court Instructs Ohio Districts

A U.S. District Court has ordered that 2013-2014 school year records from the Ohio Department of Education’s Educational Management Information System be turned over to Disability Rights Ohio as part of an ongoing lawsuit.

Under the
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, families of students whose data will be released must be notified and given the opportunity to object. The court is instructing all local education agencies to post notice about this opportunity to object on their district websites and in a central location, accessible to the public, in each building that is open to the public.

The court must receive objections no later than September 12, 2014.
Students’ names, addresses and social security numbers are not part of the information to be released. Ohio is one of only three states that do not allow their departments of education to collect this data, to protect student privacy.
Data to be released for each student include student ID number, school name, grade, gender, race, age and disability category. The records also reveal student performance on the state’s Ohio Achievement Assessments and Ohio Graduation Tests, as well as tests related to Ohio’s Third Grade Reading Guarantee. Student suspensions and expulsions also are listed.

The data is subject to a protective order, which means Disability Rights Ohio cannot publicize it.

Questions should be directed to the Ohio Department of Education’s legal office at 614.466.4705.
Complete information is available at http://www.sstr1.org/?page_id=22824. The notice document is available at http://www.sstr1.org/files/ODE_ATTENTION_274-2_notice.pdf.


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