Mission Statement

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.

  • April Superintendent's Newsletter

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  • Equal Pay Day

    On April 14th, people all over the United States wore red to support Equal Pay for all people, regardless of their sex.  Despite being celebrated on April 9th in previous years, Equal Pay Day was celebrated on April 14th to exemplify the fact that women’s earnings would finally equal men’s earnings - from the previous year. 
      Students from Mr. Zemanski’s Contemporary Issues class began to focus on the issue back in March and started to campaign for the cause at Anthony Wayne High School. Pledges to wear red on April 14th were obtained from students and staff prior to Equal Pay Day, and as time went on, awareness grew within the school. The students separated into committees in order to accomplish many goals, including: filming and editing two promotional videos and designing flyers to place around school.
    With dedication and organization, the students were able to accomplish their goal. On April 14th, 744 students and staff wore red at Anthony Wayne High School. Despite having just under 500 pledges, the number of students wearing red exceeded that.
      All in all, Equal Pay Day at Anthony Wayne High School was a huge success. Even if one does not support the cause, the hard work from all of the students involved in the project must be appreciated. 

    By Stepha Poulin



  • FT Math League

    This was the most successful year yet for our 6th Grade Math League Team in the Ohio Math League Competition!

    This year the team received a 6th place ranking in the state, out of the 60 schools entering at the 6th grade level of the competition.  That is the highest state ranking we have ever received in the 7 years that we have been competing !!




    Top Schools in Region

    *1 Fallen Timbers MS   Whitehouse   135
    2 Perkins Middle School   Sandusky   124
    3 Celina Intermediate School  Celina   112
    4 Van Cleve Elementary   Troy    107

    Top Students in Region:

    1 Ian H Perkins Middle School Sandusky   30
    2 Olivia B Fallen Timbers MS Whitehouse   29
    2 Sterling E Fallen Timbers MS  Whitehouse   29
    4 Cayden S Fallen Timbers MS  Whitehouse   27

    The team will receive a 1st place plaque for their outstanding efforts for their regional performance in the Ohio Math League!!!

    Congratulations Team!

    Team members:
    Emily Kamen, Cayden Smith, Greylin Woody
    Olivia Beeman, Sterling Ebel, Emma Sullivan, Robert Altman

  • Architectural Winners

    The AIA Toledo Chapter held their 65th annual competition this past winter, and as always Anthony Wayne High School Architects participated.  They competed against 100 other students from 9 area schools.  This years winners from Anthony Wayne are:

    Senior Kristoff FInk > 1st place -NWOC-USGBC Sustainable Design ($400 cash prize) and Honorable Mention {5th place} Senior Architectural Competition (book prize and award certificate)

    Junior Joseph Miller-Davis >  1st Place Junior Architectural Competition ($500 cash prize from AIA and award certificate)  In addition, Lawrence Technological University is generously offering a 5-year renewable, $10,000 Scholarship to LTU ($50,000 total).  If Joseph chooses to attend LTU he would receive this scholarship.
    2st Place NWOC-USGBC Sustainable Architecture Award ($200 cash prize and award certificate)

    Congratulations to these students on a job well done! This is a 10 week competition that starts in mid January and ended early  April.  Many students put in extra hours outside of the class day.

    Pictures below of winning boards.  

    This years project was to design an Athletics & Recreation Center for Lourdes University. The building was to contain basketball and volleyball courts, locker rooms, offices, ticket booth, and concession stand.  Besides placing this areas together in their design a full landscape plan for the site given.


  • Monclova Primary Volunteer Breakfast

    Monclova Primary held their Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast on Thursday, April 16th.  Thank you to the many volunteers.  Your countless hours of volunteering is greatly appreciated by staff and students.  Thank you for all you do!


  • Healthy Foods Classes

    Students in Healthy Foods classes enjoy their second lab, Smoothies!  The three boys from Lab 6 are loving the "Sham-a-Rock Shake" packed full of spinach, avocado and skim milk!


  • AW FFA Plant Sale & Auction



  • Anthony Wayne Schools 2015-16 Kindergarten Registration

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    and register your child.

    Children who will be five years old by September 30, 2015 are eligible to attend Kindergarten this fall.  The first step is to complete the online registration form.  After you submit the online registration form, you must 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 in Whitehouse.

    The Kindergarten schedule will be half day, every day in 2015-16.

    An information 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 is scheduled on the following dates:
      Monclova Primary  Thursday, June 4
      Waterville Primary  Friday, June 5 
      Whitehouse Primary  Monday, June 8
    A school secretary will call you to schedule an appointment for screening. 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 jdeighton@anthonywayneschools.org or call 419-877-5377.