- FTMS Students Collected 10,000 Items for Food for Thought
- French Students Enjoy a Day of French Activities
- Anthony Wayne FFA Awards 1st Annual Les Disher Leadership Award
- High School Students Win German Competition at BGSU
- FFA News
- Facility Master Planning
- Anthony Wayne Schools 2016-2017 Kindergarten Enrollment
FTMS Students Collected 10,000 Items for Food for Thought
Fallen Timbers Middle School students collected 10,000 items for the Food for Thought mobile pantry during the month of February. Twenty-one Student Leadership Team students in grades 5 and 6 recently took a field trip to assemble and pack up 250 PB&J sandwiches for their Saturday morning mini-mobiles. http://feedtoledo.org/how-
French Students Enjoy a Day of French Activities
The French 1 students have had a fun week as we finished up their sports/games unit and had our annual end of the year "buffet français". They enjoyed learning how to play Mille Bornes, the Frenchcar racing card game, and Pétanque, a French version of Bocce. They outdid themselves as usual with their French dishes and everyone left class well fed! It's been a great year and I can't wait to see them full-time at the High School next year in French 2!
Anthony Wayne FFA Awards 1st Annual Les Disher Leadership Award
Written by: Marleigh Kerr, Anthony Wayne FFA Reporter
Les Disher was a man of integrity, who invested a great amount of time into Anthony Wayne FFA members. He believed in agriculture and the importance of building leaders through the FFA. Everything in his life emulated an excellence leader. Over the years, Les has helped coach the Anthony Wayne FFA Meats Career Development Team and judged local carcass contests. He also assisted students with their sheep projects, employed students to assist with landscaping, and chaperoned FFA conventions. He was an Anthony Wayne FFA and Ohio FFA honorary degree recipient. He truly helped students live out the FFA mission of premier leadership, personal growth, and career success. His legacy will live on through the many students he impacted. As a result, this year the Anthony Wayne FFA chapter started the Les Disher Leadership award. The recipient of this award was senior Jacob Gase. He received an engraved clock as a result of his hard work, dedication and his leadership shown through the Anthony Wayne FFA chapter. As a true leader in this organization Jacob was a worthy recipient of this award and the Anthony Wayne FFA chapter hopes to recognize great leaders in the coming years.
Photo caption: Mrs. Doris Disher, wife of the late Les Disher, awarded the first ever Les Disher Leadership Award to Anthony Wayne FFA member Jacob Gase.
High School Students Win German Competition at BGSU
The High School German 3 and 4 students recently competed in the BGSU German Maifest Competition and won!
1st place in the Commercial Skit
1st place in the Dramatic Skit
1st in the German video
and 2nd place in the German Trivia competition.
These students put a lot of work into preparing and did a great job!
Facility Master Planning
The Anthony Wayne Local Schools hired SSOE and Stantec to develop a facilities master plan for the District. As a part of this process, they held meetings with the community to gather input on this plan. The following link will take you to a website where we would like to continue to share information as we proceed through the planning process.
Anthony Wayne Schools 2016-2017 Kindergarten Enrollment
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Children who will be five years old by September 30, 2016 are eligible to attend Kindergarten this fall. The first step is to complete the online enrollment form. If you do not have access to a computer or other device, please call our Central Administrative Office at 419-877-5377 where a computer is available for you to use, by appointment. After you submit the online enrollment form, you must provide:
- your child’s official birth certificate
- your driver’s license or other government-issued photo ID
- two proofs of residency (2 current utility bills in your name; or a lease + utility bill in your name)
- custody document, if parents are divorced, or if the child is in the custody of someone other than the parent
You will bring these required documents to our Central Administrative Office at 9565 Bucher Road in Whitehouse. Please call 419-877-5377 for an appointment before you come in.
The Kindergarten schedule will be half day, every day in 2016-17.
Kindergarten Parent Night will be held on Thursday, May 5 at 7:00 p.m. at each primary school. Parents will receive important information about our Kindergarten program at this meeting.
Kindergarten Screening is scheduled on the following dates:
Monclova Primary Thursday, June 2
Waterville Primary Wednesday, June 1
Whitehouse Primary Tuesday May 31
You will receive a letter in April with your child’s screening appointment date and time. Students must be enrolled online and the required documents must be submitted at the Central Administrative Office prior to Kindergarten Screening.
If you have questions about enrolling your child, please contact Jamie Deighton at 419-877-5377 or email her at email@example.com.