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Fifty for 50

Fifty for 50: Celebrating 50 Years of Community Support

Honoring the 50th Anniversary of Fallen Timbers Middle School and Monclova Primary School

Anthony Wayne Local Schools is pledging to complete 50 acts of community service in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the construction of Fallen Timbers Middle School and Monclova Primary School.

The campaign kicked off on Saturday, Nov. 4 - the National Day of Community Service, with the goal of completing all 50 service projects before November 4, 2024.

The District hopes the campaign will honor the collective spirit of the many organizations, businesses, congregations and individuals who share their resources and talents to the benefit of the Anthony Wayne community’s children. Thank you for your support!

We will share our progress toward achieving this goal on this webpage. 

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A Brief History of Anthony Wayne Local Schools

The Anthony Wayne Local Schools district became a reality in the early 1950’s when Monclova, Waterville and Whitehouse Schools voted to consolidate. The District has seen many changes throughout the years as it responded to an explosion of population growth. 

Fallen Timbers Middle School was constructed on the Finzel Road Campus in 1973 and originally served students in fifth, sixth and seventh grades. It is now home to grades five and six. Later that same year, the District broke ground on the new Monclova Primary School adjacent to the original building at the corner of Monclova and Waterville-Monclova roads. This building serves Pre-K through grade four students.

Today, the District has become one of the top school districts in the state, providing outstanding learning opportunities to approximately 4200 students in grades Pre-K through 12. It also employs hundreds of teaching, administrative and support staff who strive to achieve the District’s mission of empowering students to be future ready.

Contact

Kevin Herman
Assistant Superintendent

Rebecca Schwan
Communications Specialist
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