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    School Dismissal Update

    This is our formal information pertaining to times and office hours for teachers; however, first and foremost, we want you to know that we are here for you. We want you to know that we understand how overwhelming this is for you and your students, and we want you to know we are here for anything you or your student may need. We want the students to feel a solid connection during Social Distancing and we want them to be given a sense of normalcy throughout this ongoing situation.  While we want students to continue to focus on their academic career we know you are being flooded with information and do not want to add to the stress and chaos.  If we work together, remember to breath, and that we are here for each other we can do hard things. With that said the following information will help guide you through school work and times.
     
    The high school is open starting this morning for all students to come and get iPads, books and
    all personal belongings out of their hall and PE lockers. We ask that you sanitize before you enter the building.  There will be a table with the sanitizer in the foyer. Several teachers will have packets or books for you to pick up either in the hallways or office.
     
    We will begin with on-line instruction beginning Thursday, March 19th . Instruction will be delivered through Canvas. Teachers will be available Monday – Thursday from 
    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. and Friday from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Teachers can be reached through Canvas, email, phone or Google Hangout.  Biology students will need their Jurassic Park book, and lab notebooks, Chemistry & Earth Science will need notebooks, ECS will need notebooks, Computer Science, Gaming I, Gaming II all will be online.  English 9 & 11 you will need vocabulary books, & writing journals.  Ag classes will need to pick up your lab books, binders, pasta kits {if applicable} and any supplies you will need to complete your lab books. Financial Lit will need your Dave Ramsey book, Choir will need to pick up a music CD and Teen Living will need to get your packet. Further instructions can be found in Canvas. Drivers education driving will still take place and Mrs. Woolsey will contact you for times and details.
     
    The school library will be open Monday – Thursday from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. for students to
    return and check out books.

    Some courses such as Yearbook, College Welding, Woodworking, Construction, Art, and Band may need additional lab time scheduled and will schedule times as a needs basis.

    Junior students and their parents will still be holding their CCR conference with Mrs. Peterson
    from March 23th – April 3rd at their assigned times. 

    The Junior Prom has been postponed; all athletic events including practices have been canceled until further notice. Region Music, Drama, State FFA, State HOSA, State FCCLA have
    also been canceled.

    We appreciate your patience and support as we move to on-line school for the next several
    weeks. We will keep you informed of all changes and updates as we receive them.
    Thank you for your help and please let us know of any questions and concerns you may have.--

    Thank you,
    Mary Bray
    Principal
    Wayne High School
    {435} 425-3411 -- Phone
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    Freedom Week

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    Freedom Week (November 11-November 15) at Wayne High School was filled with many reminders of exactly why we have the freedoms we do. We started the week with some fabulous history information from our history teacher, David Chappell. His stories are always interesting and remind us that others died so we could be where we are, doing what we are doing. Tuesday, our speakers were veterans who have some great connections to Wayne High School. Mr. Larry Bray, former WHS math teacher, and army vet, told of his experiences during his military career. He reminded us that we are strong and can make a difference! Mrs. Debbie James, WHS science teacher, and Marine pilot and vet, told of her helicopter flying experiences and the time she spent defending our country. Mrs. James is a true inspiration for students of Wayne High School, especially girls. On Wednesday, homeroom/study skill classes worked on the spirit increasing task of creating a poster referencing an American hero that the class sees as a favorite American person. The heroes the classes chose had to be someone who has/had done something really great for America. The classes then created a poster highlighting the facts and history of their chosen American hero. The posters are on display in the gym hallway at the high school. Come check them out! On Thursday, we were privileged to hear from Sgt. McKinley, recruitment officer, and Private West Saunders, local high school graduate and hero! We are so lucky to have Sgt. McKinley and his great influence. And, Private Saunders, how lucky are we to be able to see one of our own again! Both men told us of their love of this country and how choosing to serve is just something they do. We are also really proud of our two senior recruits, Private Addison Grundy and Private Jaden Penrod. They make Wayne High, Wayne County, and the United States of America proud!
    Special thanks to the Wayne High School student government for putting this great Freedom Week together and helping WHS students and faculty be able to appreciate and understand the service of our veterans.


    Nichol Stringham
    Wayne High School

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