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Wayne Trace High School

Respect, Responsibility, and Readiness

Wayne Trace students in grades 7-10 who exhibited the Raider qualities of Respect, Responsibility, and Readiness during the first four months of this school year enjoyed a trip to Van Wert's Olympic Lanes at the beginning of this month.  In order to qualify for this trip, students needed to have strong attendance, good grades, and no discipline referrals.  This trip was sponsored in part by donations received as part of the school's PBIS program which helps to address students' social, emotional, and behavioral needs by supporting and recognizing positive student actions.  

The Wayne Trace community would like to thank Integrity Ford, Olympic Lanes, R&L Truss, Inc., Fiesta Habaneros in Paulding, the Samaritan Foundation, Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative, Inc., Van Wert Federal Savings Bank, First Financial Bank, Paragon Tempered Glass, Cooper Farms, Grover Hill VFW, and Dan Foss for their support of this and many other Wayne Trace programs.

Announcements

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Good Morning, Raiders! Today is Monday, December 5th
 
Seniors: The following Seniors need to turn in their baby pictures: Jacob Banks, Chris Brueggeman, Branden Crates, Jayden Crates, Riley Daeger, Derrek Dangler, Jake Downing, Madison Elliott, William Finch, Cole Fisher, Chase Schaefer, Thomas Korte, Race Price, Kadin Schweitzer, Laura Stoller, & Anna Wells.
 
Seniors - Your yearbook questions are due this Friday.  Remember you can do that on the form that was sent to you months ago, or stop in Mrs. Sinn’s room for a paper packet.
 
November’s Staff Member of the month was Mrs. Walters.
 
Yearbooks are now on sale!  You can order them with the form on the bulletin board or online at www.jostens.com.   They are $25 until February 1st.   After February 1st, the price goes up to $35.
 
A few reminders to the NHS members:
You need to dress up on Wednesday to help with the senior citizens meal.  Report to the band room or cafeteria at the beginning of 2nd period.
There will be a NHS meeting on Thursday morning at 7:20 in Miss K.’s room.  You need to bring your candy canes with you.
Also, a reminder to the juniors that your dues are due to Kara by Christmas.
7th grade boys and girls choir come to the music room 3rd period today for class.
Those students interested in taking college credit plus classes next school year, there will be a meeting on Monday, January 30th at 6:30pm.  This is for interested students who will be in grades 7-12 next school year.   At this meeting, families will learn about CCP and receive all of the required paperwork.  
 
The Junior High wrestling team is looking for at least two stat keepers for the season. If you are interested in doing this, please see Deputy Lyons.
 
Any junior high girl interested in playing softball this school year should fill out the interest survey emailed to you from Coach Gawronski. The survey deadline is December 16th!
 
Anyone that got an angel tree paper, reminder that they are due December 12th, wrapped, with the angels attached and taken to Mrs. Miller’s room.
 
Do you have a friend that is always forgetting something, can never find their homework, or that has a hard time getting up on time?  Maybe you have a teacher who needs something to help them in their classroom.  If you do, no fear… you can write a letter to Santa and give it to Mrs. Walters.  She will send them to him and maybe he will bring some help to these individuals at our Christmas Program!  Santa letters are due by December 14th.
 
The Northwest State representative will be here on December 7th at 10:30am.  If you would like to see the representative, please sign up in the guidance office the day before the visit.  If you signed up from the previous scheduled time, you are already on the list.
 
The end of the 2nd quarter is Wednesday, December 21st.  Exams will be Tuesday, December 20th and Wednesday, December 21st.   Please make sure you finish strong in your classes and get everything turned in!
 
Please make good choices, be kind to others, and be respectful, responsible and ready!
 
Have a great day Raiders!
 

Alumni Class of 2022 Survey

Class of 2022
This survey is required to be completed by the Class of 22 alumni from Wayne Trace High School.  

This survey will take only a minute to complete. The results from your survey will be submitted to the Ohio Department of Education and used in our Graduate measure on our School Report Card.  To complete the survey online, click the link below.  We appreciate your time in filling this out and we are very excited to hear what you have been up to!



Christmas Shopping Made Easy

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.  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. 10th for pickup on Tues, Nov. 22nd  
Order by Thurs, Dec. 1st   for pickup on Tues, Dec. 6th 
Order by Thurs, Dec. 8th for pickup on Tues, Dec. 13th  
 
The orders and money must be received by noon of the order day for your order to be sent in on time.  Please call the music department at 419-622-5171 ext 271 and make arrangements for card pick up.  Thanks for supporting us while you shop!

Senior Citizens Dinner

WAYNE TRACE SENIOR CITIZENS 25TH ANNUAL DINNER

WHAT:  A free dinner, complete with an art exhibit and entertainment for the senior citizens of Wayne Trace Local School District
WHEN:  Wednesday, December 7, 2022 @ 11:00 AM (In case of inclement weather, the date will be December 12 @ 11:00 am
WHERE:  Wayne Trace Jr High Gym (please park in the parking lots to the NORTH of the school)
WHO:  For the senior citizens (ages 62 and older) of our school district and their guests
WHY:  Because you are very special to us at Wayne Trace!

Our Music Department is getting the entertainment ready, our Art Department is preparing a beautiful display, and some of our distinguished students will be there to serve you!

A dinner from Grant's Catering provided by the WT School Board will be served, so reservations for the special event are REQUIRED!  Please RSVP by November 21, 2022 with your name, address, phone number and number attending.

You can RSVP one of the following ways:
  • Call the Central Office at 419-263-2415 and select option 1
  • Email Sarah Sennebogen at [email protected]

Menu


Due to testing, the Jr High and High School students will have their Christmas lunch on 12/19. Below are the menu changes:






Monday 12/19:
Chicken & Noodles
Mashed Potatoes
Green Beans
Corn Bread
Dessert

Wednesday 12/21:
Chicken Patty Sandwich
Baked Chips
Baked Beans

Michigan State Bound!!

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Congratulations Sydnee who signed to Michigan State to be part of their track team!!!!  We are very PROUD of you!! 

University of Kansas Bound!

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Congratulations to Gracie Shepherd.  She signed to be a team member of the University of Kansas Rowing Team.  Raider Nation is proud of you!!

Jostens

Jostens
We have a new technology to interact with students and parents – custom school specific portals/landing pages.
 
By opening the links, families can access direct links to our website, promotional offers and other information important to their order.
 
Freshman rings:
 
Senior graduation:

READY, RESPECTFUL, and RESONSIBLE

Raider
 Wayne Trace Junior/Senior High School's "Raider of the Week" program recognizes students who have done an exceptional job in one or more of their classes by demonstrating that they are READY, RESPECTFUL, and RESPONSIBLE.  The September 2022 Raiders of the Week included:

7th Graders:  Brock Knowles, Cayla Noggle, Alyvia Thomas, Tatum Sheets, Xylem Kashner, Logan Gambler, Aubrie Stoller, Jerrick Johnson

8th Grade: Kevin Martz, Miley Jacobs, Noah Schlatter, Brody Rosswurm, Paytin Laukhuf, Camryn Finger, Blake Noggle, Grady Helms, Monica Williams, KaMaury Sullivan, Alex Doster, Dakota Densmore, Johnalynn Shellenbarger, Leah Bland, Elizabeth Graham, Grayson Sutton

9th Grade: Cole Miller, Abby Evans, Kaden Wilcox,  Amber Stoller,  Trent Thornell, Zoey Schultz, Addison Stoller, Jordan Hale, Lucas Morehead, Landon Blankenship, Riley Manz, Caden Sinn, Konnor Wannemacher, Justin Lyons, Micah Sinn

10th Grade: Serenity Helms, Jazmyne Roddy,  Braden Miller, Brandon Shoup, Isabella Knowles, Adelae Collins, Elana Bidlack, Tyler Sanderson, Nick Sinn, Luke Stouffer, Keegan Hohman, Ty Riebesehl, Morgan Elliott, Cheyene Goings

11th Grade:Caitlyn Thomas, Shay Nowak, Bethany Zehner, Eli Stuart, Breven Anderson, Paige Alber, Laryssa Whitman, Rylee Johnson

12th Grade: Evan Crosby, Christopher Brueggeman, Kadin Schweitzer, Brad Lee, Macy Doster, Thomas Korte, Anna Miller, Sydnee Sinn, Lizzy Mohr

Win a Car!

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Win a car?  Yes!  Thanks to Integrity Ford for donating this Raider blue Ford Fusion car.  Students at Wayne Trace High School become eligible for the car give away at the end of the year by earning A's and B's, and meeting attendance and discipline requirements.  Winning the Raider Blue Ford Fusion can become a reality! 

Principal's Message

Principal's Message

JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL – Mike Myers, Principal and Brock Howe, Assistant Principal

October 14 for the 2022-2023 school year. Grade reports were mailed on  October 21 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 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 26 and Thursday, October 27th.  We had a great turn out!  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 took place on Friday, November 4 at 1:55 p.m. Junior and senior students who meet the criteria in scholarship, character, service, and leadership were honored.
 
On Tuesday, November 8, the eighth grade students toured 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 11 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 21, 2022.  High school exams will be on Tuesday, December 20 and Wednesday, December 21.  Christmas break (no school) will be from Thursday, December 22 to Monday, January 2.  School will resume on Tuesday, 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!
 
Mike Myers, Principal
 

EZ Pay Problems

Lunch
 We apologize for the inconvenience, but at this time EZ Pay is not functioning properly. We have been working directly with their team to fix any and all issues. Please be patient with us as we try to navigate this situation. Payments can still be made through EZ Pay, but to view correct balances and transactions, please visit family.titank12.com. Please note that payments cannot be made through the TITAN Family Portal. 

If you have not done so already, please complete a Free & Reduced Meal application for the 2022-2023. The application can be submitted using the link to the TITAN Family Portal above. If an application is not completed, your student will be charged for their meals.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Marissa Coil.
Dec
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Wayne Trace Schools BKB B JH (Practice)

Facility: Grover Hill Visit https://waynetraceathletics.com/main/event/scid/OH4585123128/eventid/75554200 for more information!
Dec
05

Wayne Trace Schools BKB B VJ (Practice)

Facility: Middle School Gym Visit https://waynetraceathletics.com/main/event/scid/OH4585123128/eventid/75558040 for more information!
Dec
05

Wayne Trace Schools BKB G JH (Practice)

Facility: Payne Visit https://waynetraceathletics.com/main/event/scid/OH4585123128/eventid/75554064 for more information!
Dec
05

Wayne Trace Schools BKB G VJ (Practice)

Facility: High School Gym Visit https://waynetraceathletics.com/main/event/scid/OH4585123128/eventid/75554337 for more information!
Dec
05

JH Band/Choir Christmas concert

Visit https://waynetraceathletics.com/main/event/scid/OH4585123128/eventid/74556657 for more information!
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