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.

  • Cut Out Cancer

    Would you like to make a difference in the life of a child?

    Join the
    AW “Cut Out Cancer” Event
    October 22, 2015
    Appointments begin at 3 pm
    in the High School Auditorium Lobby

    All AW school and community members are encouraged to participate in this event.  Donated hair must be at least 8” and must be clean and dry.  (Color treated & grey hair is welcome, too!)  All donated hair will be sent to http://www.childrenwithhairloss.us/ and will be used to make wigs for children with hair loss.

    “Show you care.  Donate your hair!”

    To access the AW Cut Out Cancer event sign-up sheet, please use the URL shown below, select an appointment time and include your name.

    Or Sign Up in the Main Office of the High School or by calling 419-877-0466!!

  • AW Wins the Pass it On Challenge

    The results are in for last week’s Pass it on Challenge. Both schools did a tremendous job and Goodwill is extremely grateful for your participation and support! The week’s winner is Anthony Wayne High School with 9,405 pounds of donated material. BG finished with 3,981 pounds of donated material. Total combined weight of 13,386 pounds!!! Great job both AW and BG! Thank you for your support! These donations will go a long way helping people with disabilities in Northwest Ohio get job training and placement opportunities.



  • Operation Parent

  • Operation: Street Smart - Adult Drug Education

  • 2015/16 Indoor Walking Program Continues at Waterville Primary

    Waterville Primary School will be open for Walkers beginning on Wednesday, November 4, 2015 and will have Open Walking Times every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evening from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 pm.  This program will run until March, 24, 2016


  • Quality Profile

    School districts throughout Ohio, including Anthony Wayne, recently released a more comprehensive companion to the state’s district report card.  Called a “Quality Profile,” the report includes additional accountability measures that define a high quality education and are not captured by the state report card.  Since the state’s release date has been moved to later in the year because of changes made to the state testing program, the profile will provide communities with their first look at current information to assist them in assessing district progress.

    This Quality Profile helps to evaluate the effectiveness of a school district beyond standardized testing measures.  The content is based on six categories; academics, arts, student leadership and activities, fiscal stewardship, parent and community involvement, and  student services.

    Participating districts determine factors they value in education that are not being measured by the state, resulting in a more comprehensive profile that measures those education components that the community considers most important.

    The Quality Profile is sponsored by the Alliance for High Quality Education, a statewide education consortium that works to improve educational opportunities for students and to represent member districts on matters of educational policy and funding.

    Click HERE to review Anthony Wayne's Quality Profile.

  • September Superintendent's Newsletter

    Click HERE to read the entire newsletter