Scott Minnig
Principal

Doug Selvey
Assistant Principal

Office Hours:
7:00 am - 3:45 pm

Main Office: 
419-739-5200
Guidance: 
419-739-5201
Attendance: 
419-739-5200
Athletics: 
419-739-5204

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Principal's Corner

December,

On November 23rd our 8th grade students returned home from Washington D.C.  This is always a highlight for many of our 8th grade students.  This trip helps to support our vision at Wapakoneta City Schools which is to be the leader in providing excellent learning experiences for our students.  I would also like to thank Mr. Johnson and our chaperons for helping to make this experience possible. 

During the weekend of November 14th our students performed Cinderella.  I must say I was blown away by the performance.  Looking at the entire performance from singing, dancing/choreography, costumes, sets, lighting, and the sound it is hard to believe it was a high school performance.  Congratulations to the students, Ms. Barger and Ms. Pellington.  I would also like to thank all the volunteers that helped to make it possible for such a great performance. 

Our FFA is building a livestock building across from the high school.  This building is being built by members of our FFA.  The skills that our students are learning during this process will help them in their future, as much as the building will add value to the FFA program.  

Congratulations to Coach Moyer, the entire coaching staff, and the football players for a great season.  We are not only proud of your success but how you represent our school and community.


Sincerely,
Mr. Scott Minnig, Principal
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Announcements
February 12, 2016

 

Attention Study Hall Students:  Want to get out of study hall?  What to go to the gym and play some dodgeball?  If so, listen up!  Today the Physical Education Department will be doing a fundraiser to support the Arthritis Foundation and Juvenile Arthritis.  Students in study hall will the opportunity to go to the gym during their study hall and play dodgeball for $1.  So remember study hall students, bring $1 to the gym and be ready to dodge, dip, duck, dive and donate to the Arthritis Foundation!


Seniors who have decided where they are going to college, need to fill out the forms so we can put your name under the college banner in the cafeteria.  The forms are outside the office in the rack on the wall.


Any 8th grade girl interested in playing softball this year should sign up outside of Miss Jacoby's room.


On March 3rd, the Foreign Language Department is having an International Dinner for all language students, Spanish, French, and German.  Sign up in any of the Foreign Language classrooms. It will start at 3:30 in the LGR. We are having a cheese tasting, games, and door prizes. You need to bring an appetizer, dish, or dessert.


Marketing students from last semester:  Please see Mrs. Courter ASAP to get your judges scores.


Attention Juniors to be Seniors.  The time has come to apply for National Honor Society, and in order to apply you must have a minimum 3.65 GPA.  A list of students that meet the 3.65 GPA requirement will be outside of the guidance office, library, and attached Mr. Friemering and Mr. Dickey's classroom doors.  You can pick up applications from Mr. Dickey or Mr. Friemering and all applications are due by Friday  February 26th at 3:00.  No late applications will be accepted.  Any questions please see Mr. Friemering or Mr. Dickey.


Friday's soup will be Peas and Dumplings soup.  


Any girl going out for Varsity or JV softball there is a calendar in Mr. Sammons room to pick up and the Parent meeting will be Feb. 14th at 2:00pm in the Large Group Room.

Seniors, Honda Transmission is doing a high school co-op program for this upcoming summer.  If you are interested in engineering, this might be a perfect summer job for YOU.  Information is on the high school bulletin board.

Bowling Green has a huge offering of scholarships.  Go online to check them out...they are for all kinds of careers and goals.

Maximus Outreach is looking for workers.  See the bulletin board for more information.


Students interested in participating in College Credit Plus are reminded of the meeting coming up on Feb 23 @ 6:00 in the Large Group room.  Also it is important that you understand that it is recommended that you have an ACT score on file with an 18 or higher in English, 21 or higher in Reading and 22 or higher in Math to be eligible to participate.  Please make certain you are signed up for the April ACT if you haven't take the ACT yet.


WSU has Health Professions Day on Monday, February 15, 9 A.M.-12:30.  This is Presidents' Day.  Register online.


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