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Waynesville R-VI School District Mission Statement: Educating individual students for 21 st century challenges. Core Values: Community of Diversity Student and Stakeholder Driven Quality Continuous Improvement and Learning
Welcome to the Waynesville R-VI High school student produced videos New Family Welcome Meeting
WAYNESVILLE R-VI SCHOOLS FAST FACTS 11 schools in the Waynesville R-VI school district serving the Waynesville, St. Robert, and Ft. Leonard Wood areas Approximately 6,000 students 76% of students enrolled in the school district are military connected Opportunities for children to find their place to shine
WAYNESVILLE R-VI SCHOOLS COMMON ACRONYMS WHS- Waynesville High School WCC- Waynesville Career Center WMDS- Waynesville Middle School WSGS- Waynesville 6 th Grade Center CRO- Community Resource Office
WAYNESVILLE R-VI SCHOOLS Located on PostLocated off Post Partridge Elementary K-5 East Elementary K-2 Thayer Elementary K-5Freedom Elementary 3-5 Wood Elementary K-56 th Grade Center Williams Early Childhood CenterWaynesville Middle School Waynesville High School Waynesville Career Center Piney Ridge Center
School Hours LATE START WEDNESDAY- ALL schools start 30 minutes later on Wednesday to allow for professional development for teachers without extending the school year. Elementary Schools6 th Grade Center, WMDS, WHS & WCC Office Hours: 7:30 AM-4:30 PM School Hours: 8:35 AM-3:35 PM Parent Pickup- 3:30 PM Bus Release – Wave 1- 3:35 PM Wave 2- 3:50 PM Office Hours: 7:00 AM -3:30 PM School Hours: 7:35 AM-2:35 PM Parent Pickup: 2:30 PM Bus Release- Wave 1- 2:35 PM Wave 2- 2:50 PM
Attendance Policy Starting with the school year, Waynesville R-VI students will only be allowed to miss 5 (five) days each semester. This policy change is necessary due to the change in attendance requirements for accreditation established by the State of Missouri. Accreditation status shows that a school district is meeting state performance standards. To be fully accredited, the state requires 90 percent of the students to be at school 90 percent of the time. In addition, a district must ensure continuous improvement and innovation to increase student achievement and prepare students for success in college and careers. To help you plan your upcoming vacations and family visits, please consult the district calendar for at
I-STEM 21 Focused Learning- I-STEM 21 stands for Intergrading Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics with 21 st Century Skills Academics Video ~ This project combines technology and science in a way that opens up creativity. Below is just one example of how I-STEM Focused Learning is integrated into classrooms.
Academics- providing support for any student academic need P.A.C.E. Preschool Special Education IEPs Credit Recovery College Readiness Dual Credit Tutoring- AmeriCorps A+ Students TIPS- Wood Elem L.E.A.P. Leadership Positive Behavior Support Career & Technical Academic Assistance- During & After School Interventions
Be Respectful Be Responsible Be a Good Learner Positive Behavior Support (PBS) K-8 Academics PBS is a district wide program that offers a broad range of systematic and individualized strategies for developing important social and learning outcomes while preventing problem behavior. Thayer Elementary PBS Rewards
7 Habits These 7 habits are based on the highly acclaimed book 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. East Elementary (K-2) has infused ideas from this book along with concepts from the program The Leader In Me into their model for helping new students transitioning into the school. Their approach not only helps new students adjust, but also builds anti- bullying skills.
The 6 th Grade Center has adopted a student led, student focused model for their 75 minute weekly leadership class. The goal of the leadership classes is to allow students to learn the decision making process while becoming good stewards of citizenship. 6 Th Grade Center Leadership Classes Leadership Committees Office Committee Library Committee Healthy Living Committee JS2S PBS PTS0 Military Appreciation Committee Safety Committee Recycling Committee Paw Pride Committee Mentor Committee Community Outreach Committee Tutoring Committee Mixer Committee Assembly Committee Sunshine Committee Wellness Committee Spirit/Teambuilding Mediation Committee Yearbook/Photography Committee Technology Committee Morning Announcements School News Committee Historical Committee Dramatic Arts Academics
WMDS- Academic Teams Academics Students at the Waynesville Middle School are assigned to academic teams for the four core areas. This aids in creating consistency for students as teams coordinate lesson plans. Language Arts Math Social Studies Science Weekly lessons plans are made available for parents or students and are located outside the main office
Maintain a 95% attendance record overall for grades 9-12 Provide 50 hours of unpaid tutoring or mentoring Graduate with an overall GPA of 2.5 or higher Attend a designated A+ high school for 3 consecutive years immediately prior to graduation. A+ Program- HS Earn $$$ or Scholarships for College
Waynesville Career Center Cosmetology Commercial Printing Auto Collision and Service Graphic Design Business Hospitality and Tourism Construction Technology Video Production Welding and Manufacturing Practical Nursing Masonry Sample Class Options Cosmetology Commercial Printing Auto Collision and Service Graphic Design Business Hospitality and Tourism Construction Technology Video Production Welding and Manufacturing Practical Nursing Masonry Sample Class Options
LEAP- All Schools ( Learning Enrichment and Acceleration Program) LEAP is the Waynesville R-VI program for gifted and talented students. This program is designed to meet the needs of student’s who learn at a rapid pace and have the ability to think on high levels. Students who qualify for this program engage in challenging activities while having fun.
Sports Band Choir ATHLETICS AND ACTIVITIESAfter SchoolClubs
Volunteering in the Waynesville R-VI School District Background Check & ID Badges are Required For volunteering in classrooms or schools For all PTO volunteer opportunities For all school fieldtrips For more information on how to volunteer please contact the Volunteer Coordinator located at the Community Resource Office at (573)
Sports- Grades 7-12 Fall Sports Boys- Football, Soccer Girls- Softball, Golf, Tennis, Volleyball Boys & Girls- Cross Country Winter Sports Boys- Wrestling Boys & Girls- Basketball Spring Sports Boys- Baseball, Tennis, Golf Girls- Soccer Boys & Girls- Track, Cheerleading Athletic Director: Josh ScottJosh Scott Athletic Office: Phone: 573 – You can find more information at Sports Schedules:
Athletics, Activities, and Clubs Sports passes are available for purchase in the Athletic Office for admission into school athletic events. The individual pass allows the holder to be admitted to all home contests during the term of the pass. The family pass allows the holder and his/her immediate family to be admitted to all home contests during the term of the pass. School employee passes and family/individual passes will not be accepted at district or other state level contests. The cost of the passes are as follows: Individual Season Pass $15.00 Individual Annual Pass $35.00 Family Season Pass $30.00 Family Annual Pass $70.00 SPORTS PASSES
Club Tiger After School Program WMDS and WHS 2:35-5:30pm Monday-Friday Fees are based on student lunch status and paid Monthly: Full Price: $25 Reduced Price: $15 Free Price: $10 Scholarships are available Club TIGER will NOT be in session on half days, holidays, or days when the district is closed due to inclement weather. Freedom 3:35-6:00pm Monday-Friday Fees are based on student lunch status and paid Weekly: Full Price: $25 Reduced Price: $15 Free Price: $10 Scholarships are available
Interact Club- MS and HS The Interact Club is the youth based club for Rotary International Youth aged learn lessons in “Helpfulness and respect for others” and “Understanding the value of of individual responsibility and hard work” through service learning based programs that help communities. (www.rotary.org) The Waynesville R-VI School District Interact Club at the middle school works once a week with the Waynesville VISTA office to help pack food for the Snack In A Pack program. JUST ONE EXAMPLE OF THE MANY CLUBS OFFERED IN THE WAYNESVILLE R-VI SCHOOL DISTRICT
Available Clubs & Activities Clubs and Activities are not limited to what is listed. Please contact your student’s school for more information on clubs and activities offered on site. Freedom Elementary Archery Crossfit Leadership Club Engineer Art Invention Team Thayer Elementary Fit for Life WMDS Cooking Academic Assistance Ceramics Duct Tape Impressionable Ladies Wood Elementary Art Science Fitness & Math Odyssey of the Mind Techno World Soaring Science Second Graders East Elementary Waynesville Tigerette WHS Photography Life SMARTS Robotics SADD Spanish Club
Channel 12 on Cable America The following information can be found on Channel 12 School delays or emergency information Broadcast of School Board and City Council meetings Notices and broadcast of school events such as sporting events or concerts Notices of local non-profit events Cable America provides a public access channel that is operated by the Waynesville R-VI School District.
Transportation The Waynesville R-VI school district has several types of bus routes. They include everyday routes, snow routes, activity routes, and after school routes Link to bus routes and delay information. partments/transportation/ (573)
Power School allows you to quickly and easily access your student’s grades online. Check attendance, find out what assignments are missing, or simply pay lunch money all in one convenient location. Power School
A Power School login request sheet is handed out by the schools when a student is enrolled. Parents will need to fill out this form and return it to the main office at the student’s school. An account will be set up for the parents. Once the account is set up, parents will be notified of login information by . The first time parents log onto their new account, they will be prompted to create a password for the account. For additional information Contact the Waynesville R-VI Media Center at (573) Power School
Need help setting up an account? This video can walk you through the process. The district in the video is not the Waynesville R-VI School District but the process is the same. ?v=iLEzopYxKr8&feature=fvwrel