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Superintendent Announcement of Position

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Wayne Board of Education is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Superintendent of Schools. The successful candidate will become the educational leader of the school district, and will be responsible for working closely with the board of education, administrators, educators, and district staff to accomplish district goals. The candidate must command a strong moral character with unquestionable integrity, demonstrate exceptional communication and leadership skills, and understand best practices for teaching and learning. The position will commence June 2020 for the 2020-2021 school year. 

Qualifications:

- Master of Education or equivalent; preference given to candidates with a Ph.D.

- Substantial experience in public K-12 classroom/administrative roles

- Prior management experience

We will be accepting applications through April 6, 2020. Please send a formal application to Tyler Newton at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please include:
-A formal statement of interest, explaining your personal philosophy of education, administration and management, and your reasons for interest in this position
-A current resume or C.V.
-A completed application (found on www.waynesd.org)
-Three current letters of recommendation
-An official copy of transcripts

For more information, please contact Business Administrator Tyler Newton at (435) 425-3813 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

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Wayne High School Makes Tremendous Gains in the ACT Test

The ACT test is one of the important tests that is given to all students in the State of Utah. It is often the deciding factor as to what school a student can get into and the level of scholarship they can be awarded. For the last several years Mrs. Bray has had the high school focus on student success on the ACT test. There has been extra classes and concentration on the ACT skills in the core classes. All of this effort from the high school teachers has shown successful results in this year’s ACT test. The results for the graduating class of 2019 are great. The results are as follows:

Subject

  Wayne HS  

State
  Average  
National
  Average  

English

20.8

19.5

20.1

Math

19.1

20.0

20.4

Reading

21.7

20.8

21.2

Science

20.9

20.3

20.6

Composite   

20.8

20.3

20.7

In English, Reading, Science and Composite Wayne High School exceeded not only the State average, but also the National averages. These results show the outstanding students we have and the great teachers we have in the high school.  Teachers, thank you for all you do to help our kids be prepared for the future. 

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Loa 4th Grade Gets Top 10 Math Recognition

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Mr. Jared Swanson’s 4thgrade class at Loa Elementary was recognized by Imagine Learning for finishing in the nation’s top 10 during a recent math competition.Imagine Math is one of the programs we use in the district to help strengthen our student’s math understanding. 

The Imagine Math Ready, Set…SOLVE competition took place all during the month of October. Classrooms all across the United States completed over 7 million math lessons, solved over 224 million math problems, and spent 2.5 million hours working on math.“I am incredibly proud of this class for all of the work that they have put into their schoolwork this year. I think that the fact that they had the honor of being in the top ten in Imagine Math in the country for the month of October shows how much work they have put into their studies,” said Mr. Swanson. 

Through their hard work and dedication, Mr. Swanson’s 4thgraders placed among the nation’s best—and received a Pizza Hut pizza party as the reward for their efforts!“We’re excited about the performance of our 4thgrade students, and very pleased that they are succeeding in developing their math skills for the future,” said Principal Cherie Blackburn. “Naturally, we’re proud that their efforts paid off with national recognition.Congratulations to Mr. Swanson and his students for all their hard work.

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