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Local Schools


Volunteer & Support Opportunities

Ways You Can Support Our School Community

Parent and community volunteers provide valuable assistance with school activities. Throughout the year, there are many opportunities for volunteers to support service projects, school events, fundraisers and special programs. Volunteers may also serve in specific areas of school life as classroom chaperones, teacher helpers and tutors. Please contact the main office of the building in which you would like to serve for opportunities.

Our schools frequently host opportunities to support those in need. Many of those drives, fundraisers and other activities are included here. Be on the lookout for ways you can offer assistance to our students and others in the AW community.

Opportunity to Give: Neighborhood Bridges

Anthony Wayne Local Schools has partnered with neighborhood bridges to connect students and families in need with generous donors in our community in order to ensure they arrive at school ready to learn.

Here's how it works:
  1. School representatives work with students and their families to identify barriers to securing basic needs. 
  2. The school shares the need with neighborhood bridges.
  3. neighborhood bridges reaches out to its network of donors to ask for help on behalf of the student.
  4. Donors register to receive notifications and select the ways they can help. 
  5. neighborhood bridges delivers the donation to the school.
  6. School representatives ensure families receive the needed item.
The process is easy and anonymous. You can help by submitting your email online at

For assistance in requesting a need for your student or family, please contact your school counselor, principal or the District school social worker, Rebekah Hrcka.

Opportunity to Serve: Surrogate Parents Needed

Anthony Wayne Local Schools is looking for volunteers interested in supporting students with disabilities by serving as a Surrogate Parent. A Surrogate Parent is a volunteer who is trained and certified through the state to advocate for students with disabilities in the absence of a parent or guardian. 
If you are interested in serving in this capacity, you must complete the Ohio Department of Education-approved online or face-to-face training with a State Support Team. This training is free. More information about the training is available by clicking here.
Once you have received certification, please notify the AWLS Student Services office at 419-877-5377 to get started

More Ways to Help

running shoes

Support the Purple Star Generals

Participate in the Task Force 20 5K
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space day

Space Day challenges students' critical thinking skills

Our 5th grade students are limitless!
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purple star

April is the Month of the Military Child

Celebrate by painting the town purple!
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bus drivers

Substitute Bus Drivers Recognized for their Service

Thank you for being Someone Unbelievably Beneficial!
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pet supplies

Holiday Helpers Winter Drive

Drop off gently used toys and donations for shelter animals on Dec. 2
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sock drive

VIDEO: Fallen Timbers Middle School Hosts SOCK-tober Drive

UPDATED: Class collected 920 pairs of socks!
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Fifty for 50 Project

fifty for 50
Anthony Wayne Local Schools has committed to completing 50 community service projects
in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Fallen Timbers Middle School and Monclova Primary School.

Donations Accepted

Aluminum Can Tabs 
Monclova Primary School Student Council accepts donations of tabs from aluminum cans to support Ronald McDonald House.

Unwanted Markers
Monclova Primary School Student Council will give your dried out markers new life through the Crayola ColorCycle marker recycling program.
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