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Principal's Newsletter

The first nine weeks concluded on October 25 for the 2019-2020 school year. Overall, the students have worked hard to keep up with the expectations of our teaching staff.  ... More +

Change of Time for Boys Basketball Game

The Boys JV/V Basketball Game on December 7 @ Paulding has been changed to start time of 4:00 pm.  This Saturday will be Military Appreciation Night. All Veterans and active military members will have free admission. ...

CHRISTMAS SHOPPING MADE EASY

Let us help you do your Christmas shopping this year!  The Wayne Trace Performing Arts will be offering gift cards again.  How it works is simple – you purchase gift cards from us like you would in a store for face value.  The percent column on the paper is the amount that we will get back from Great Lakes Scrip for ordering cards through them.  Please consider this as you plan your shopping or purchasing cards for those on your Christmas list.  We have three convenient order days for you to choose from:

Order by Thurs, Nov. 14th for pickup on Tues, Nov. 19th  
Order by Thurs, Dec. 5th for pickup on Tues, Dec. 10th
Order by Thurs, Dec. 12th for pickup on Tues, Dec. 17th

Senior Citizens Meal

 Our 24th annual Senior Citizen’s Dinner is scheduled for Thursday, December 5, at 11:00 a.m. at the Jr./Sr. High School. We invite you to enjoy a delicious meal for only $1 while being served and entertained by our talented students. To register for the meal or for additional information, please call Colleen Saylor in the Jr./Sr. High School office at 419-399-4100, extension 2. 

Drawing I Class

Students in Wayne Trace's Drawing I class recently participated in the Cleveland Clinics eXpressions program.  One of the goals of this cross-curricular collaborative program is for high school students to creatively interpret the research work begin done by summer high school interns at the Cleveland Clinic.  (pictures XK 1 and HG).

Drawing I students also had the opportunity this fall to work with film director Keith Remink's Day of the Western Sunrise documentary, creating kamishibai drawings reinterpreting the story of 23 Japanese fishermen caught in the aftermath of U.S. nuclear testing in the Pacific in 1954.  Art teacher Angie Stokes was invited to share their work with teachers at the Ohio Art Education Conference in Columbus, Ohio and the National Council for the Social Studies Conference in Austin, Texas this past month. (See CS Drawing and AS Drawing).
 
 
  
 
 
Students in Wayne Trace's Drawing I class recently participated in the Cleveland Clinics eXpressions program.  One of the goals of this cross-curricular collaborative program is for high school students to creatively interpret the research work begin done by summer high school interns at the Cleveland Clinic.  (pictures XK 1 and HG).

Drawing I students also had the opportunity this fall to work with film director Keith Remink's Day of the Western Sunrise documentary, creating kamishibai drawings reinterpreting the story of 23 Japanese fishermen caught in the aftermath of U.S. nuclear testing in the Pacific in 1954.  Art teacher Angie Stokes was invited to share their work with teachers at the Ohio Art Education Conference in Columbus, Ohio and the National Council for the Social Studies Conference in Austin, Texas this past month. (See CS Drawing and AS Drawing).

Robotics Team
 
The Wayne Trace Robotics team competed for its third straight year in BGSU's BEST (Boosting Engineering, Science & Technology) Robotics competition on Saturday, October 26.  Our team of over 20 members in grades 7-12 has been working for the past six weeks to design and build a robot that would navigate through the test course in a mock disaster recovery situation.  The team was also expected to develop a marketing presentation and display, create a website, and record all of their progress as part of an engineering notebook.  This year's team brought home first place honors in the webpage design category and placed fourth overall in the BEST competition, just one spot away from making it to the national competition in Denver, Colorado.   A special thanks to our sponsors:  the Cooper family, the Noggle family, the Stuart family and Aptera.  Thanks also to Mr. Ed Stuart, Mr. Rustin Stoller, Ms. Lori Heiby, and Mr. Tim Manz for helping with our robot!  For more information on BEST, please check out  https://www.bestrobotics.org/site/  

Robotics Team in Action

Dec
06

Interim Reports for 2nd Quarter

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Dec
06

JH 1st Quarter Reward day - Bowling

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Dec
06

Wayne Trace Schools BKB B VJ Home Bryan High School

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Dec
06

Wayne Trace Schools BKB G V (Practice)

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Dec
07

CANCELLED: Wayne Trace Schools BKB B FR Away Paulding High School

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