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February Letter to Stakeholders

February 1, 2024
Dear Anthony Wayne Stakeholders,
With spring just a few weeks away, I am delighted to share with you an update on the academic progress of our students as we approach the upcoming Ohio State Assessments. Our dedicated instructional, intervention and gifted staff have been working diligently to provide outstanding and engaging learning experiences. 
This school year, they have implemented targeted instructional and intervention strategies to address specific learning needs, ensuring that each student received the support necessary for their success on the state assessments and in their everyday learning. Their work is producing notable strides in the academic progress of our students. 
We are committed to fostering an environment that empowers students to demonstrate their full academic potential. In addition to these academic skills, our staff works hard to provide outstanding experiences that prepare our students to have the interpersonal, practical and life skills necessary to prepare them for whatever path they choose.
Together, as an Anthony Wayne community, we have plenty of reasons to celebrate the achievements of our students, the staff and District as a whole. We have a long history of academic success and preparing our graduates to be future-ready, and I know our future is just as bright. 
We appreciate all that you do for the students, staff, and the community! Go Generals!!
Dr. Jim Fritz, Superintendent
Anthony Wayne Local Schools
District Financial Update
Earlier this week, an overview of the District’s Financial Recovery Plan was shared via email. If you missed this important communication, please take a few moments to review the plans for expenditure reductions and the proposed operational levy on the ballot in March. Details are available online at:  www.AnthonyWayneSchools.org/Levy
AWHS In-Demand Jobs Day & Career Fair
As a part of the District’s mission to empower students to be future ready, AWHS will hold its annual In-Demand Jobs Fair Day for seniors on Tuesday, Feb. 27. New this year is a Career Fair from 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. and Future Planning Discussion 6:30 - 7:00 p.m. Parents are encouraged to attend with their students for career exploration and planning, and job seekers are invited to network with local employers. See the schedule of events online
Coming Soon: Kindergarten Registration
We are getting ready to welcome the Class of 2037! Children five years old by September 30 are eligible to begin kindergarten in the 2024-25 school year. Kindergarten Registration opens Friday, March 1. Watch for more details to come in future communications or visit www.AnthonyWayneSchools.org/Kindergarten
Show Your Love for the Generals
We have spirit, how about you? If you love being a part of the AW school community, we invite you to show that you are proud to be a General by changing your social media profile picture. Download the image and add it to your Facebook, Instagram or X account for the month of February!
February Events
Please refer to the District Events Calendar for a full list of events.
Monday, Feb. 12
AWLS Board of Education Meeting, 6:00 p.m.
Monday, Feb. 19
District Closed: Presidents’ Day
Tuesday, Feb. 20
2-Hour Delay: Staff Professional Development
Tuesday, Feb. 21
Evening Conferences, Grades 7-12
Tuesday, Feb. 27
AWHS In-Demand Jobs Day & Career Day 
January Highlights & Headlines
AWLS News: Anthony Wayne Board of Education prepares for 2024
AWLS News: AWHS student earns grand prize in local competition
AWLS News: Anthony Wayne musicians perform at OMEA District 1 Honors Festival
AWLS News: AWHS students reveal results of semester-long research projects
AWLS News: AW Board of Education approves Financial Recovery Plan
AWLS News: AWHS-Penta DECA chapter dominates at Districts
AWLS Video: AWHS statistics carnival explores probability of luck
AWLS Video: Fallen Timbers Glow Day illuminates interest in STEM
AWLS Video: Five Star Staff: Meet Miss Erin Moloney
13abc: Anthony Wayne leaders propose five-year levy
BCSN: The Generals honor Elise Bender’s 1000 career points before defeating the Yellow Jackets
BCSN: Anthony Wayne, Fremont Ross sweep NLL swimming titles
BCSN: Anthony Wayne girls defeat Findlay, remain perfect in the NLL
BCSN: On the Mats: Anthony Wayne’s Zach Bergman
BCSN: Generals hit the mats in Anthony Wayne duals
BCSN: Anthony Wayne hands Napoleon its second loss
BCSN: Elise Bender leads Anthony Wayne past Rodgers
BG News: BGSU positions future teachers for success through extensive field classroom experience
The Blade: Anthony Wayne catches fire behind arc, sparking huge first half in girls basketball win over Perrysburg
The Blade: Boys high school basketball: Pike carries Anthony Wayne boys past Bowling Green
The Blade: Whitmer outlasts upset bid by Anthony Wayne
The Blade: Quadruple double: Anthony Wayne girls basketball thrives with twins
The Blade: AP Basketball Rankings: Area teams on the rise in latest poll
The Mirror: New AW Board of Education focuses on deficit recovery plan
UT News: Rocket Kids intern follows her heart for children to Disney race challenge
WTOL: Anthony Wayne Local Schools asking voters to consider five-year operational levy on March ballot

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