Wayne Community School District

Elementary Music Program
Bugz and Jazz
Monday 19, 2018
7 PM in the JH Gym
Call time: 6:40 PM

Costume themes:
DK/K- Bugs and frogs
1st - Ladybugs and fireflies
2nd - Frogs and Ants
3rd - Bugs and butterflies
4-6th - Jazz attire

JOI St. Patrick's Day Fun 
Saturday March 17th at the courthouse, the Junior Optimists will be hosting activities for PreK-4th grade students.  Tickets are 3 for $1.

Young Writers Conference
Elementary and high school students visit William Penn University to improve their writing skills.

Kindergarten Becomes Paleontologists 
Elementary students spend time digging for fossils.

4th Grade Share Time and Memories at Nursing Home
Stories were shared of the two different generations.

Wayne Softball
Wayne Community Schools formed their first HS softball team in 1972, making this season the 47th team (as stated on the back of our shirts). We will be taking orders for shirts through March 21st. $12.00 each. Contact Heather Fortune or a softball player to place your order.

Speed and Agility
7-12th Grade    
March 5th-April 27th
Monday, Wednesday, Friday at the High School Gym
7:00-7:30 a.m.

4th-6th Grade
March 14th-May 4th
Wednesday and Friday at the Elementary Gym
7:10-7:45 a.m.
Elementary students must have a permission form to attend. Click here for the permission form.

Changes to Athletic Physicals at WCHS
All 7-12th grade students who plan to participate in any sport at Wayne Community Schools must have a physical on file in the secondary office. Wayne County Hospital is making changes to how their annual physicals are provided. Click here for information on how to obtain your physical and for the physical form. The form is also located on the Documents page of this website. Make sure to check your student's current physical's expiration date!

Safety at Wayne

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Parkland Florida school community. The safety of our students is a top priority, so each time there is violence on a school campus, it prompts us to pause and reflect on the safety measures, such as keeping entryways locked and the standard response protocol we have in place. This also reminds us how important our efforts are to build positive relationships with and among students in our schools.

We are grateful for our partnerships with the Corydon Police Department, and the Wayne County Sheriff's office, who work closely with us to be diligent and in tune with individuals who may be in distress so we can prevent violence and respond appropriately to any threat.

We all have a role in sustaining a safe learning environment. If you or your child see something out of the ordinary or concerning, say something to someone involved. Report things to your teacher, principal or local law enforcement officials. Suspicious activity can be reported to Law Enforcement at 641-872-1566. Of course, in an emergency, call 911.

Thank you for your vigilance in keeping Wayne Community Schools safe.