Anthony Wayne Local Schools will partner with our community to engage all students in educational opportunities empowering them to become active, responsible, and productive citizens in our global society.
Anthony Wayne Schools 2015-16 Kindergarten Registration
opens ONLINE on February 17, 2015
Children who will be five years old by September 30, 2015 are eligible to attend Kindergarten this fall. Starting February 17, 2015, please register your child ONLINE at www.anthonywayneschools.org. After you submit the online registration form, you will be asked to to provide:
• your child’s official birth certificate
• your driver’s license or other government-issued photo ID
• two proofs of residency (2 current utility bills in your name; or a lease + utility bill in your name)
• custody document if applicable
You will bring these required documents to our Central Administrative Office at 9565 Bucher Road after you submit the online registration.
The Kindergarten schedule will be half day, every day in 2015-16. You must reside in the Anthony Wayne School District.
An informational meeting for parents of incoming Kindergarten students will be held on Thursday, May 7 at 7:00 p.m. at Monclova Primary, Waterville Primary, and Whitehouse Primary Schools.
Kindergarten Screening will be held in June:
Monclova Primary Wednesday June 3
Waterville Primary Thursday June 4
Whitehouse Primary Friday June 5
Students must be registered online and the required documents must be submitted at the Central Administrative Office prior to Kindergarten Screening.
If you do not have access to a computer, please call our Central Administrative Office at 419-877-5377 where a computer is available by appointment.
For questions regarding enrolling your kindergarten student, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 419-877-5377.
Spirit of Giving
Teachers and staff in the Anthony Wayne School District founded an organization in 2008, coined “Anthony Wayne Sprit of Giving (AWSG),” to help struggling families in the Anthony Wayne Community. The main goal of this organization is to raise funds from individual donations to lessen the financial burden these families are facing as a result of extreme medical expenses. As a non-profit 501-c3 organization, we have been able to support these families through fundraisers that have given us the ability to provide supports such as: moving services, housecleaning, lawn mowing, Christmas presents, babysitting services, and food donations. Over the years, because of the communities support, we have been able to provide assistance to over 20 families in the Anthony Wayne district.
Our largest fundraiser will be held on February 27, 2015, which we will be hosting a spaghetti dinner during the AW boys basketball game against Northview. Moreover, AWSG will have a t-shirt sale, 50/50 raffles, and silent auction from 4:30-8pm. Tickets are $5 each, dine in, carry out, or drive thru is available just follow the posted signs. In addition to the spaghetti dinner, AWSG partnered with both the Waterville and Whitehouse Chamber of Commerce to provide a business expo with over 60 local businesses. The expo provides an opportunity for our community members to explore what Anthony Wayne local businesses have to offer.
Waterville & Anthony Wayne Regional Chambers of Commerce Present the Anthony Wayne Business Showcase
The Waterville and Anthony Wayne Regional Chambers of Commerce will present The Anthony Wayne Business Showcase in conjunction with the Anthony Wayne Spirit of Giving's Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser during the AW vs. Sylvania Northview Boys’ Basketball game. The event will take place on Friday, February 27, 2015 from 4:30-7:00 p.m. at the Anthony Wayne High School Auxiliary Gym with full and free access for the public to attend this event, . For complete information contact the Waterville Chamber at 419-878-5188 or contact the Anthony Wayne Regional Chamber at 419-877-2747.
Stuff the Bus Food Drive
The FT Student Leadership Council advisors, Sarah LeSage and Megan Meiring selected this organization for FT's "Stuff the Bus" campaign because Food for Thought provides food and basic personal needs throughout the NW Ohio area at 25 satellite locations.
Families are provided with approximately 3-4 days worth of groceries per family per visit to Food for Thought's Mobile Food Pantry (a 17 foot trailer, food pantry on wheels.) The Mobile pantry is used to expand services to areas with low food access (USDA designated "food deserts"), where transportation to stationary food pantries is difficult. Food is loaded onto the pantry, and arranged in a “grocery store” fashion, through which the families can shop.
In addition to the mobile pantry, Food for Thought provides PB & J picnic lunches to those in need EACH Saturday morning, near the downtown main library.
Our response at FT in just the first 3 days of our campaign has been amazing! We are eager to see what our students will be able to provide for this unique organization and it's families during the next two weeks.
At the student leadership council's February meeting (Feb. 9), Food for Thought's trailer will arrive and members will "stuff their bus". The student leadership council's mission this year is to spread the message of thankfulness and appreciation throughout our building and community. FT students are excited to spread this message beyond our doors!
As a thank you to our students, we will tally the items donated and the fifth grade homeroom and sixth grade homeroom that brings in the most donations will each earn a pizza party.
Attached is the letter we sent home with all the students at FT explain about the pantry and the great number of supplies we are collecting from January 20 - February 6th. Click HERE to read the letter.
Superintendent's January Newsletter
Click HERE to read the entire newsletter
Indoor Walking Program at Waterville Primary
Waterville Primary School will be open for Walkers beginning on Tuesday, January 6, 2015 and will have Open Walking Times every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evening from 4:30 to 7:30 pm