Wayne Community School District


Allen Honored for Accomplishments
Cassandra (Darrah) Allen was honored at the first home game for her accomplishments in the sport of softball.  She was a stand-out Lady Falcon who went on to become the same as a Badger at the University of Wisconsin.  More important that her softball success, is the value she provides as a role model and example of Falcon Pride for all our small town athletes.

Special Olympics
These Falcons represented Wayne well at the Special Olympics Unified Bocce and Track and Field competitions and brought home many medals!

Tylar Green Signs at Graceland
 Tylar Greene signed her letter of intent to play softball at Graceland University beginning the fall of 2018.  Congratulations, Tylar!


Driver's Education
Wayne Community School will no longer be offering driver's education during the school year.  It WILL be offered this summer, starting after July 4.  Students must have their learner's permit at that time.  Older students will be given priority for this session.  The next time driver's education will be offered through the school will be Summer, 2019.  Please contact Kim Arnold at Wayne High School to enroll your student in driver's education, or if you have any questions.

Parent Survey Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) requires states to report the percent of parents with a child receiving special education services who report that schools facilitated parent involvement as a means of improving services and results for children with IEPs. The Iowa Department of Education is gathering these data as a census for both students with and without an IEP using a brief survey. Click here for more information and to complete the survey.

6th Grade Math Bee
Jasmine Pickens, Hagan Arnold, Clara O'Brien, Kenton Prunty, and Rayce Snyder represented Wayne at the Math Bee in Fairfield.  Hagan placed 24th as an individual student!  



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W C S D mission statement in brief: to help students be productive, effective, proficient, dedicated, knowledgeable, moral and ethical leaders.
 
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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.




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Mike McCaulley,
Apr 6, 2018, 8:28 AM
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Mike McCaulley,
Apr 6, 2018, 8:28 AM