Scott Minnig

Doug Selvey
Assistant Principal

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

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2017 Spring Testing Schedule
Monday, April 24-Science 8 (during school-8-10:45)(No bells)

Tuesday, April 25th- make ups

Wednesday, April 26-Math 8 & Alg 1 for 8th grade only (during school-8-10:45)(No bells)

Thursday, April 27-Biology (3 hour delay)

Friday, April 28th-make ups

Monday, May1-9th grade US History (3 hour delay)

Tuesday, May 2-10th grade US History (3 hour delay schedule)

Wednesday, May 3-Government (3 hour delay)

Thursday, May 4-Geometry (3 hour delay)

Friday, May 5-Algebra 1 (3 hour delay)

May 8-12-Make up tests


Principal's Corner

I would like to congratulate Mrs. Julie Courter and Mr. Jason Johnson on being awarded the VFW Teacher of the Year award.  The best thing I can say about both teachers is that they truly care about their students.  Both of them will put in any amount of extra time to help a student or a colleague.  We are so lucky to have them teaching in our building.

In March we had a guest speaker by the name of Scott Grant present to our students about using social media. Mr. Grant has a unique way of presenting this topic which is usually considered a negative and turns it into a positive.  Often students are told not to use social media and that it is bad.  Whether we like it or not, social media is here to stay and our kids are going to use it.  Scott's presentation is all about educating them on the right way to use social media and how to make it work positively for them instead of against them.  I can't thank Scott enough for the message he shared to our students and staff.  I truly believe it has made a difference.

On March 16th our FFA had their annual banquet.  This event is always a highlight during the school year.  The students are responsible for organizing the entire banquet and everything ran smoothly. I would like to thank Mr. Brown and Mr. Turner for all of their hard work towards our FFA program.  They are able to help push our young men and women out of their comfort zone and help them grow as people. 

Scott Minnig


April 27, 2017


The Student Library Group still has a few PopSockets left for sale.  The cost is $10.  See Mrs. Pulley in the library if you'd like to purchase one before they're all gone.

The results are back and the time is here! Find out who you're most compatible with in your lunch mod today through May 3rd. There's two results you can choose from, one by grade and one by the whole school. 2$ for just 1 or 3$ for both! ‚Äč

Prom and Post Prom tickets will be on sale Monday May 1st through Friday May 5th during the lunch mods. Prom tickets are $8 and Post Prom tickets are $7.  Tickets will also be available the evening of Prom for the same price.

Attention all seniors:  please check over the list on the window outside of the Psychology Office.  If you see any errors, please let your guidance counselor know asap.  Thank you!

Attention academic team members.  if you haven't done so already, please pick up a permission slip from Mr. Friemering in order to compete in next week’s WBL Quiz Bowl Tournament.

ATTENTION ATTENTION!!! The Wapak FFA will be hosting a car wash open to the public on Friday, April 28 on the East side of the high school by the AG building from 2:00-6:00.  Cost of the car wash is by donation.  We would love to see you there!

Reminder to all students taking a virtual class.  Seniors must have their classes completed by May 5th. Non seniors must be completed by May 15th. If you have any questions please see Mr. Bender in room B202.

Miami's summer scholars is approaching.  If interested in a summer program at Miami University, you must apply online and get a transcript from the guidance office.

The Wapakoneta Daily News is having their annual Mother's Day contest.  If interested in writing an essay that explains why your mom or other female in your life deserves the recognition of "Mother of the Year," get a copy from the Guidance Office bulletin board.

Free Sports Physicals will be held May 1 and May 8 at OIO in Lima.  Anyone planning to participate in athletics next school year must have a physical completed after May 1 for the next school year.  Forms to complete paperwork are in the high school office and all information must be completed online prior to going to the physical.

There is an Auglaize County Young Democrats organization being created.  You are invited to attend an organizational meeting on Wednesday, May 10 at 6 P.M.  Information is on the Guidance Office bulletin board.

The Gatekeepers are selling coffee and cocoa the first and last of each week for the remainder of the school year.  Pick up a cup of java for only $1!

Women at Risk 5K run/walk is Saturday, April 29 at 9 A.M.  Information and applications are on the guidance office bulletin board.

Anyone interested in joining the Wapakoneta Waves summer swim team should pick up a flyer and registration form in the rack just outside the office.  Registration is this Friday and Saturday, April 28 and 29 at the YMCA.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Rostorfer by Friday.  

Gatekeepers meet again on Friday, April 28, at 7:15 in the morning.  All are welcome!  If you are currently a Gatekeeper, please plan to attend.

Everyday this week Art club will meeting to paint the plow during RR please come down when you are available.

Seniors!!!  Did you attend Cridersville Elementary school?  If so, stop by the Guidance Office and get a copy of the scholarship form.  Deadline to apply is Friday, April 28.  Hurry in and get started!


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