The AIA Toledo Chapter held their 68th annual competition this past winter, and once again the Anthony Wayne High School Architects participated.
Our students competed against 84 other students from 12 area schools including AWHS. This years winners from Anthony Wayne are:
Josephine Miller-Davis (10th grader)
2nd Place Freshmen/Sophomore Architectural Competition (Award certificate & book)
Haley Martin (10th grader)
1st Place Freshmen/Sophomore Architectural Competition ($300 cash prize, Award certificate & book
Will Monroe (12th grader)
5th Place Senior Architectural Competition (Award certificate & book)
Also winning an award was Penta student Cody Cooper (12th Grader). His home base is Anthony Wayne. He was the 2nd Place Senior in the Architectural Competition.
Many students put in extra hours outside of the class day working to finish their designs
This year the project scope was to encompass a facility for practitioners to work with current residents and public patients as well as provide a larger multipurpose room not currently available on the site. The location allows for public access to the main road while keeping a distance from the resident housing. The client asked that the new facility blend in with the rural context and existing structures. The design should utilize material selections with an emphasis on durability and environmentally-conscious design.
Kindergarten Registration for the 2018/19 School Year is Currently Underway
Anthony Wayne Schools is now accepting online registration of Kindergarten students for the fall of 2018. To attend Kindergarten in the fall, your child must be five years old by September 30, 2018, and you must reside in the Anthony Wayne School District. For more information about our Kindergarten or to enroll your child in kindergarten for the 2018/19 school year, click here.
Whitehouse Drinking Water
The District received the attached notice from the Village of Whitehouse concerning the latest testing that was completed on the drinking water that is supplied to the Whitehouse area. With this testing event it was determined the same issue exists as was previously found in the last water assessment. We feel it is important to share this notice in order for you to determine if you would prefer to supply your student(s) with water from a different source (e.g., bottled). The District will continue to communicate with Village officials concerning this matter. If you have any questions concerning the notice or the water supply, the Village has offered to take all questions. You may call Steve Pilcher at 419-877-5383.