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Wayne Trace High School

Wayne Trace High School


Good Morning, Raiders! Today is Wednesday, November 29th
Seniors - reminder that your baby pictures are due FRIDAY!!
Sophomores and Juniors at Wayne Trace, you should have received an email from YouScience.  Please do not delete that email.  You will have to have it when we complete YouScience.
Please check the Wayne Trace Athletic Department Facebook page for information about purchasing tickets for the boys’ varsity basketball game at Lincolnview on Friday. 
There are THREE days left to bring in toys for Christmas for Kids!! We currently have 38 toys donated. If we can get to 60 by the end of the day Thursday, the high school will get to watch a Christmas movie at the end of the day on Friday, December 15th.
The Marketing class has reviewed the results of the last taste testing, which was Beef and Noodles. Overall, the majority of responses were positive. Therefore, the cafeteria staff will be adding Beef and Noodles to the January through May menu cycle. Also, following next Tuesday's Taste Testing, we will send out a similar survey.
Students please remember to organize and clean your lockers during a study hall if you can.  Also, please make sure you pick up after yourself when at your lockers and in the restrooms.   
Have a great day, Raiders! 

Exam Schedule

              Exam Schedule – December 19th and 20th


Tuesday, December 19th              Wednesday, December 20th 


All High School Students                              All High School Students


1st Period             8:05 – 9:35                         2nd Period             8:05 – 9:35

3rd Period            9:40 – 11:10                       4th Period             9:40 – 11:10

5th Period            11:15 – 12:45                     6th/7th Period     11:15 - 12:45      

Lunch                    12:45 – 1:20                       Lunch                    12:45 – 1:20        

9th Period            1:25 – 2:55                          8th Period            1:25 – 2:55                                                                                          



All Junior High Students                               ALL Junior High Students


1st Period             8:05 – 9:35                        2nd Period            8:05 – 9:35

3rd Period            9:40 – 11:10                      4th Period            9:40 – 11:10

Lunch                    11:10 – 11:45                   Lunch                    11:10 – 11:45

7th Period            11:50 – 1:20                      5th/6th Period     11:50 – 1:20

9th Period            1:25 – 2:55                         8th Period            1:25 – 2:55




Revised schedule if inclement weather requires Two-Hour Delay


Tuesday, December 19th                Wednesday, December 20th 


All High School Students                                 ALL High School Students


1st Period             10:05 - 11:10                        2nd Period            10:05 – 11:10

3rd Period            11:15 – 12:15                        4th Period             11:15 – 12:15

Lunch                    12:15 – 12:45                       Lunch                    12:15 – 12:45

5th Period            12:50 – 1:50                          6th/7th Period     12:50 – 1:50

9th Period            1:55 – 2:55                            8th Period            1:55 – 2:55




All Junior High Students                                  ALL Junior High Students


1st Period             10:05 – 11:10                       2nd Period            10:05 – 11:10

Lunch                    11:10 – 11:40                       Lunch                    11:10 – 11:40

3rd Period            11:45 – 12:45                       4th Period            11:45 – 12:45

7th Period            12:50 – 1:50                         5th /6th Period    12:50 – 1:50

9th Period            1:55 – 2:55                           8th Period            1:55 – 2:55


Attention Veterans


Senior Citizen Dinner

Gift Cards

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 in bulk.  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 Wed, Nov. 15th for pickup on Mon, Nov. 20th   
Order by Thurs, Dec. 7th for pickup on Tues, Dec. 12th 
Order by Thurs, Dec. 14th for pickup on Tues, Dec. 19th 
The orders and money must be received by noon of the order day for your order to be sent in on time.  
*NEW THIS YEAR! You can order and pay online and your order will be included with the physical orders.  You must get your order in THE DAY BEFORE the above order date to have your order included! All you have to do is create an account at: https://www.raiseright.com/enroll?enrollCode=E9AL6L9518323
Please call the music department at 419-622-5171 ext 271 and make arrangements for card pick up or for questions on how to do online ordering.  Thanks for supporting us while you shop!

Music Department Gift Card Order Form

Congratulations Brooks!!!

Brooks Laukhuf signed with Ohio Dominican today.  He will be continuing his basketball career with the Ohio Dominican Panthers!  Congratulations to Brooks and his family and we wish him the best! 

National FFA Convention

Last week 10 members of the Wayne Trace FFA Chapter attended the 96th annual National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, IN along with members from Crestview, Lincolnview and Parkway High schools.  This year’s convention theme was “Evolve” and we helped set a new record with over 72,900 members from all over the United States attending.
We left bright and early on Tuesday morning and traveled to Platt Show Pigs and Upper Hand Genetics in Roanoke, IN, where we learned about their swine breeding operation.  The house over 50 boars and sell semen across the US, as well as, several other countries.   Their veterinarian was there so we also got the opportunity to watch a vet procedure on one of their prospective show pigs.
From there, we traveled to Moline, IL and got a chance to visit the John Deere Pavilion.  The pavilion houses some of the first John Deere tractors and other equipment made.   We got a chance to learn about the history of the company and pick up some cool John Deere souvenirs.
After spending the night in Moline, we put on our nice, new quarter-zips, sponsored by Harting Farms and CCT Co., and traveled across the river to Davenport, IA to visit the John Deere Development Works.  We toured the factory and learned about the various construction and forestry based equipment they build there.  They use over 75,000 gallons of paint a year and have over 500,000 pounds of steel delivered every day.
On Thursday, we got dressed in our finest official dress and traveled to Lucas Oil Stadium for the opening session.  During the session we listened to the keynote speaker, Juan Bendana.  He spoke about facing your fears and his adventures in Hawaii with poisonous snakes, crocodiles and his miniature horse, Pepe.   We also listened to the National Officer’s retiring addresses and helped the National FFA Choir celebrate their 75th anniversary.  Following the session, we traveled to the convention session and spent time visiting the Expo and FFA Shopping Mall.    We also attended the 2nd session and watched multiple members from Ohio receive recognition for their hard work.  Later in the evening, we went Fowling – football bowling.  It was a new experience for everyone and we had a great time.  
Friday morning, we got up early, checked out of our hotel and headed back to Lucas Oil Stadium for one last session.  We listened to Corey Flournoy, the first African American and urban National President.  He spoke on diversity and fitting in when you don’t fit the “norm”.  One last trip to the Expo and Shopping Mall and we were ready to head home, tired but glad we got the chance to attend.
On Saturday, three of our graduate members traveled to Indianapolis to receive their American FFA Degrees – Faith Meraz, Ethan Noggle and Tianna Cooper.   The American FFA Degree is earned by less than 2% of the national membership and we are proud of their accomplishments.

Athletic Boosters' Clothing Sale

Need new Raider Gear?  The Athletic Boosters are having their Annual Christmas Clothing Sale.  Please click on the link below.



Next Food Distribution Date
December 13, 2023

Welcome from the Principal

Principal Welcome
JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL – Mike Myers, Principal and Brock Howe, Assistant Principal
The first nine weeks concluded on October 13 for the 2023-2024 school year. Grade reports were mailed on October 20 to parents/guardians of our students at Wayne Trace Junior/Senior High School.  Overall, the students have worked hard to keep up with the expectations of our teaching staff. Our district motto again this year at each building is for students to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Be Ready!   The students and staff have been terrific in accepting this motto and displaying these qualities and expectations. 
Parent-teacher conferences are set up for Wednesday, October 25, from 5:30–8:30 p.m. and Thursday, October 26, from 1:00-4:30 pm and 5:30-8:00 p.m. We encourage parents to set up appointments with teachers if there are concerns after receiving the grade reports. Contact our office staff and we will try to schedule appointments where teachers may still have openings. Also, parents may call or email teachers directly if questions arise throughout the year. An important factor for student success is having parents who are involved and care about their child’s education.
The National Honor Society induction ceremony will take place on Friday, November 3 at 2:00 p.m. Junior and senior students who meet the criteria in scholarship, character, service, and leadership will be honored.
On Tuesday, November 8, the eighth grade students will tour Vantage Career Center. While students do not make the decision to attend Vantage until their sophomore year, this tour motivates students to begin thinking about future career options. 
The annual Veteran’s Day program will be held on Friday, November 10 at 8:10 a.m. in the high school gymnasium. The public is invited to attend this inspiring assembly.
The end of the 2nd quarter is Wednesday, December 20, 2023.  High school exams will be on Tuesday, December 19 and Wednesday, December 20.   Christmas break (no school) will be from Thursday, December 21 to Tuesday, January 2.  School will resume on Wednesday, January 3rd.  
As always, I want to thank the community for its outstanding support of all the activities involving our students at Wayne Trace Jr./Sr. High School. Go Raiders!

Flyin' To The Hoop

Wayne Trace's Varsity Boys Basketball team will be playing on Saturday, January 13th in the Flyin' To the Hoop Event in Dayton.  The event will be held in the Trent Arena at Kettering High School.    Wayne Trace will play at 1:15 against Miami East.  There are 6 games on Saturday and a ticket will get you in for all games that day.  The link to buy presale tickets is included below.  The school will receive a 20% rebate on any presale tickets purchased by Wayne Trace fans, so please be sure to indicate that you are purchasing as a Wayne Trace supporter.  Tickets at the door will be limited!  If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Athletic Department.  

To purchase tickets click on the following link: https://flyintothehoop.com/tickets 

Wayne Trace Schools BKB B JH (Practice)

Facility: Middle School Gym Visit https://waynetraceathletics.com/main/event/scid/OH4585123128/eventid/77025790 for more information!

Wayne Trace Schools BKB B VJ (Practice)

Facility: High School Gym Visit https://waynetraceathletics.com/main/event/scid/OH4585123128/eventid/77025866 for more information!

Wayne Trace Schools BKB G JH (Practice)

Facility: Middle School Gym Visit https://waynetraceathletics.com/main/event/scid/OH4585123128/eventid/76971299 for more information!

Wayne Trace Schools BKB G VJ (Practice)

Facility: High School Gym Visit https://waynetraceathletics.com/main/event/scid/OH4585123128/eventid/77025906 for more information!

Wayne Trace Schools BKB B JH Away Defiance High School (JH boys basketball scrimmage) (Scrimmage)

Visit https://waynetraceathletics.com/main/event/scid/OH4585123128/eventid/77089072 for more information! \n\nClick here to watch this event live!
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