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Wayne Trace High School

Wayne Trace High School

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Mr. Myers

Principal's Newsletter

We have had a fantastic start to the school year at Wayne Trace Junior/Senior High School. Academically, our students are working hard as the faculty continues to lay the groundwork for success in the classroom and beyond. Homecoming week is October 28-November 1 and will be filled with plenty of activities for our students.  ... More +

Free Dentistry

Our Dental Team will be coming to your school the week of November 11 and offering exams, teeth cleanings, fluoride treatments, and dental sealants to students. Regular dental check-ups are an important part of overall health. We will bill Medicaid and Private Insurance, but you will have no out of pocket expense by participating. If your child has no health coverage there will be no charge. Our center may be able to help sign you and your family up for insurance if eligible. The program is open to all children. DEADLINE TO RETURN THE FORM: NOVEMBER 4

Hall of Fame

  In 2010 the Wayne Trace Local Board of Education founded the Staff Hall of Fame to honor the many great accomplishments of its most distinguished employees.  What makes this honor even more special is the fact that the inductees are nominated by both current and former members of the Wayne Trace community.

Mrs. Sarah (Sally) Voirol.  Mrs. Voirol, who was nominated by Amie Ashworth.

Mrs. Voirol is a graduate of Miami University of Ohio where she earned both her bachelors and masters degrees.  Following graduation she began teaching in the Cleveland Public Schools in 1969, then moved to the Dayton Public Schools for one year prior to spending two years in the Delphos City Schools.  In 1974 she began teaching in the Wayne Trace Local School district where she taught for 32 years.  In 2006 she officially retired from education.

Those who were fortunate enough to be in Mrs. Voirol’s classroom saw first-hand how deeply she cared for every student.  To quote her nominator, “She acquired a genuine love for each of her students by not only teaching them subject knowledge or the basic grade level materials but also bringing the material down to the level of the students to make it fun and engaging.  Because of her natural ability to guide the learning process along, her students became successful learners in the classroom.”

Mrs. Voirol now enjoys being a softball and volleyball grandma.  She also spends her free time at church, gardening, mentoring high school students, taking care of family and tutoring.  She states that she, “Loved, loved, loved teaching.  Watching students grow and learn is a beautiful thing.”  


Mr. Rex “Rocket” Flory.  Mr. Flory was nominated by Lori Davis.

Mr. Flory completed his undergraduate work at Defiance College, received a certification for teaching drivers education through Bowling Green State University and finished his master’s work at the University of St. Francis.  Upon his graduation from Defiance College he began teaching at Wayne Trace and spent his entire 30 years with the district.  “Rocket” as he was known by friends and students spent his free time coaching many extracurricular activities.  He spent a short time coaching boys’ junior varsity basketball, girls’ junior varsity basketball, five years as assistant football coach, ten years coaching golf and cross country, and twenty-five years coaching track.  He also served the district as ticket manager.

Being employed in the same district for 30 years shows loyalty.  To quote his nominator, “Mr. Flory was loyal to the school district and his students.  He went over and above to help students when they needed it.”  Those who had Mr. Flory in class know he was always up beat and never seemed to have a bad day.  As his nominator says, “He was always positive and supportive but expected the best performance possible from each individual.”

Mr. Flory now enjoys spending his free time watching his nieces and nephews compete in sports.  He is also able to spend six months each year at his cabin in Indian River, Michigan fishing and having friends and family visit.

Black Swamp Art Festival

Black Swamp Art Festival

Congratulations go out to seniors Catherine Strable, Syndey Coyne, and Maddy Laukhauf for taking third place at this year's Black Swamp Arts Festival Chalk Walk sponsored by the Bowling Green Rotary Club. This Wayne Trace High School team spent four hours on Saturday, September 7 creating their work based on this year's theme--family. Thanks for traveling up to Bowling Green to share your talents and make some amazing artwork on a beautiful Saturday, and congratulations on your $100 prize Catherine, Sydney, and Maddy!  See Pictures below.
Oct
21

CANCELLED: Wayne Trace Schools FB B JV Home Holgate High School

Visit https://waynetraceathletics.com/main/event/eventid/76039108 for more information!
Oct
21

Cross country awards in the cafe

Visit https://waynetraceathletics.com/main/event/eventid/77247688 for more information!
Oct
21

Girls Varsity Conditioning 4:00-5:30

Visit https://waynetraceathletics.com/main/event/eventid/77134198 for more information!
Oct
21

Wayne Trace Schools BKB G JH (Practice)

Facility: Middle School Gym Visit https://waynetraceathletics.com/main/event/eventid/77172362 for more information!
Oct
22

Boys and girls Golf awards in Van Wert

Visit https://waynetraceathletics.com/main/event/eventid/77411860 for more information!

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