ACT Boot Camp set for April 6
Students who are interested in taking the ACT will not want to miss this. Wayne will offer a special ACT Boot Camp April 6 from 8:20 a.m. to 2:50 p.m. The program is designed to minimize anxiety and maximize potential to help students improve their ability to be accepted by the colleges of their choice. This is a $350 program that Wayne High School is very proud to offer their students for only $49.
For more information, visit the Test Prep Seminars website or contact Mrs. McCullough in the Bursar’s Office at 233-6431.
Calling all Warriors: Your vote is needed!
Mr. Sanders, custodian at Wright Brothers Elementary School, has been named one of 10 national finalists for Janitor of the Year contest. Sponsored by Cintas Corporation, the contest recognizes the best-of-the-best in school janitors. The winner receives a $5,000 cash prize and the school receives $5,000 in Cintas and Rubbermaid products and services.
For Mr. Sanders to win, he needs your vote! To vote, visit www.cintas.com/JOTY. Voting closes April 15, so don’t delay!
Introducing the “New Experience” in HHCS
There is a new story to tell about education in our schools. It’s great news for ALL residents of Huber Heights. Our success is for the future of our community—“we are all in this together!”
We are still about teaching the basics—reading, English, math, science, and history. But wait until you see what else we are doing with education!
“The New Experience” is how we are preparing kids for the future. “The New Experience” is what education is about in 2016 and how different it is from education in 1986…1994…2005. It’s about new programs, new opportunities for students and professional development for teachers, new technology, and more.
Learn more at our The New Experience website www.newexperiencehh.com.
Wayne students work polls on March 15
Numerous Wayne seniors got a hands-on lesson in civics when they worked the election polls on March 15. The students worked with the Boards of Elections in both Montgomery and Miami counties as part of Youth at the Booth, an initiative to create lifelong, informed voters and stimulate awareness of and participation in our political process.
This is just one of many ways we strive to help our students see the value of becoming lifelong participants in our community!
Reach Darrell Wacker at 937-684-8983 or on Twitter @HH_Courier.