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April Letter to Stakeholders

 
April 3, 2024
 
Dear Anthony Wayne Stakeholders,
 
With spring break now behind us, we have less than 40 days left in the 2023-24 school year. This year is passing very quickly, and with the very busy months of April and May ahead, the last day of school will be here before we know it.
 
Just like the current weather, this year has brought some rainy days and the forecast for the fall is a bit uncertain. But we know that spring sunshine is coming and that as we enter the last weeks of school, there will be many opportunities to celebrate all of the achievements and accomplishments of our staff and students. The number of awards and honors our Generals are earning is truly remarkable.
 
As we enter the final stretch, I encourage all of our staff, students, families and community members to continue giving your best effort every day. Let’s maintain our focus, enthusiasm, and positivity to ensure that we finish the year strong. 
 
Remember, each and every one of us has an impact on our students’ education today and their success in the future. Let’s rally together, support one another, and make these last few weeks memorable and impactful for our students.
 
Sincerely,
Dr. Jim Fritz, Superintendent
 
Anthony Wayne Local Schools
 
 
Paint the Town Purple for Our Military-Connected Students
April is the Month of the Military Child and AWLS is proud that each of its schools is designated as a Purple Star School by the state of Ohio for supporting military-connected students and families. You are encouraged to show your support by helping us paint the town purple during the month of April. We will also recognize our military-connected students at the April 15 Board of Education meeting. 
 
No School for Solar Eclipse: April 8 
There will be no school for students on Monday, April 8 due to the Total Solar Eclipse. This decision was made under advisement from local law enforcement and emergency management officials who expect an influx of visitors to NW Ohio. We have prepared an informational webpage to help families prepare for viewing and the expected crowds.
 
Financial Recovery Plan Work Session: April 8
 
The AWLS Board of Education will hold a work session at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, April 8 to discuss the implementation of the District's Financial Recovery Plan following the failure of the proposed operational levy. The work session will be held at the Central Administrative Office. More information about pay-to-participate, transportation, personnel reductions and other details will be shared in the coming weeks.
UPDATE: This work session has been canceled. Please click here to view a communication sent to stakeholders on Friday, April 5 for more information.

Spring Testing is Coming Soon: April 9 - 25
While some absences cannot be avoided, please avoid scheduling appointments and vacations during the spring Ohio State Testing window this month. Testing dates can be found on the testing calendar.
 
Board of Education Meeting Location Change: April 15
Due to the recognition of our military-connected students and a presentation from the AW Bands, the April 15 Board of Education meeting will be held at 6:00 p.m. in the AWHS Gymnasium.
 


April Events
Please refer to the District Events Calendar for a full list of events.
Monday, April 8
April 9 - 25
Monday, April 15
April 15 - 19
April 18-20
AWHS Presents: Mamma Mia!


 
March Highlights & Headlines
AWLS News: AWJH students earn honors in regional writing contest
AWLS News: FCCLA students bring home gold medals from regional competition
AWLS News: Career Talks help students plan for their futures
AWLS News: FTMS students explore ancient civilizations and world geography
AWLS News: FTMS featured as a building spotlight by the Ohio Middle Level Association
AWLS News: AWHS Esports team takes third place at regionals 
AWLS News: Ten AW-Penta students advance to international competition 
AWLS News: Two Fallen Timbers Middle School students recognized at Breakfast of Champions
AWLS News: Waterville Primary Celebrates World Down Syndrome Day
AWLS News: Anthony Wayne-Penta FFA holds Chapter Degree Ceremony
AWLS News: FTMS 6th graders learn cultural, historical  significance of henna
AWLS VIDEO: Purple Star Generals Host the Ohio MIC3 Council
 
13abc: What to expect for school levies on March 19 ballot
 
BCSN: Massillon Jackson stuns Anthony Wayne in regional semifinals
BCSN: First half shutout propels St. Francis past Anthony Wayne
 
The Blade: Perrysburg, Anthony Wayne gymnastics compete at state meet
The Blade: Anthony Wayne romps past Findlay in D-1 district final
The Blade: Big Board Friday Basketball Week 12: Wapakoneta vs. Anthony Wayne
The Blade: All-district girls basketball: Bender, Gerken, Braden take top honors
The Blade: Anthony Wayne, Fremont Ross stumble in girls basketball regional finals
The Blade: Simulated stock trading drives emotional roller coaster
The Blade: Meet Marcus Waugh, the World’s Strongest Firefighter with a passion for serving others
The Blade: Anthony Wayne, Liberty-Benton pick up preseason top-10 high school baseball rankings
The Blade: Ottawa Hills Schools levy wins, Anthony Wayne and Perrysburg lose
The Blade: Toledo-area players to watch in 2024: Baseball and Softball
The Blade: 2024 NLL Buckeye baseball preview: Anthony Wayne the title favorite
The Blade: Anthony Wayne’s Bender earns  first team All-Ohio basketball honors
The Blade: 2024 NLL Buckeye softball preview: Anthony Wayne favored to win division title
The Courier: Anthony Wayne cools off Findlay in district final
 
The Mirror: AW Ski/Snowboard Club wraps up successful season
The Mirror: Jobs fair draws students, community members to AWHS
The Mirror: A day off for students brings lessons for AW teachers
 
Toledo City Paper: Art Calendar April 2024
 
WTOL: Anthony Wayne coach teaching next generation of sports officials
 
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