Mission Statement

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.

  • December Superintendent's Newsletter

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  • JH Spelling Bee Winners

    On Monday, December 15th, Anthony Wayne Junior High held its annual school spelling bee in the media center.  Students competed for six spots in the Lucas County Area Spelling Bee.  The six winners were:           
    Sam Conklin
    Deena Amrou
    Sam Schofield 
    Hans Rudolph
    Parker Scheuerman        
    Allen Shields.

    All six winners will compete against other Lucas County schools on Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at the Maumee Indoor Theatre starting at 7:00 P.M.  Mr. Varga would like to thank all of the winners and participants for a job well done.  Special thanks goes out to Mrs. Newman for her help in organizing yesterday's competition.

  • NHS Members Join in the Holiday Spirit

    National Honor Society members wrapped dozens of presents they had donated for sponsored Christmas families and made ornaments for holiday-grams, the proceeds from which will go to the AW food pantry. The kids had a great time for a good cause!

          

  • AWHS Students Participate in the Cookie Drop Program

    AWHS Art Club and Baking Club recently combined forces in baking and decorating over 500 cookies for the Cookie Drop program.  Cookies will be delivered by Leadership Toledo students to  Ohio Air National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing. Other potential cookie recipients maybe include an orphanage, senior centers, as well as firefighters and police officers.  It was great seeing the many participants working together in creating the massive quantities of yummy goodness and demonstrating appreciation these organizations to brighten their holiday!

      

      

  • AW FFA Member Places 5th in State Contest

    Nicole McMullen, a freshman FFA member at Anthony Wayne High School, competed in the Ohio FFA Job Interview Career Development Event on Saturday, December 6, 2014 in Columbus, Ohio. Nicole first competed in the sub-district and district levels, where she placed first in each. This advanced her to the state level where she competed with students from across the state of Ohio, and received 5th place in her division. The job interview contest consists of writing a cover letter and resume with references, completing a job application, interviewing for a position, then writing a follow-up thank you-letter. "This experience will definitely help me in the future when applying for jobs," says Nicole.