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

August,

I want to take a moment and thank our custodian, maintenance, secretarial, and guidance staff for all of their hard work in getting the building ready for this school year.  We are off to a great start because of their effort. 

Here at Wapakoneta High School we have established two goals for our building this school year.  The first goal is to make a personal connection with more students.  Our staff does a great job at this but I know we can reach more students if we make an intentional effort to connect with more students.  If a student knows that someone at the high school cares about them then they are more likely to be successful. 

Our second goal is to develop our Teacher Based Teams or TBT’s.  In the past, our TBT’s consisted of teachers in the same department.  This year, we have changed our approach and have attempted to organize teachers into grade levels.  It is our hope that this will allow our teachers to talk about common students.  By having this ability, we will be able to help more students. 

Finally, all of our students have completed an online assessment that gives them and the teacher feedback about their learning styles.  Some students learn better visually, auditory, or kinesthetic.  This information will help the teacher when designing assignments for the students so that they can have a deeper understanding of the material. 

Sincerely,
Mr. Scott Minnig, Principal

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Announcements
August 28, 2015

 

Attention students:  If you have not turned in your emergency medical form yet, please do this ASAP!  Extra copies are in the office if needed.


Attention seniors:  Please make sure your diploma information card and your herff jones cap and gown information card have been turned into the office.  If you have not turned these in yet, we do have extra copies in the office.  This is very important and needed from every senior!


The yearbook members have been chosen for the coming year.  The list will be posted outside of the yearbook room Friday at 2:48.  Please check to see if you have been chosen.


Congratulations to the girls tennis team on their win over Bath last night.  Good luck at your next match Monday against Shawnee.  


There is still plenty of time to join art club...We meet after school on Tuesday till 4:00.  We are working on the Halloween parade and spirit signs right now.  All students are welcome,  8th grade through 12th!  See you there!


National Honor Society will have a meeting on Wednesday September 9th at 7:15 in Mr. Friemering's room.  If you have questions please see Mr. Friemering or Mr. Dickey.


Do you love to read, hang out with friends and eat?  Then the Teen Book Club is for you!  Sign up with Mrs. Pulley in the library. The first meeting is Wednesday, September 9th @ 3:00 pm in the high school library. Bring a friend and stop by to pick up your first book!


See the Guidance Office bulletin board to learn about the Riverside Arts Council.

There is an ACT prep class here at WHS.  See your counselor to learn more.  There is also an ACT prep class offered on Sundays at Fort Loramie High School.  See the Guidance Office bulletin board to learn more.

Our local YMCA is hosting a Monster Dash on October 26 at 6:30 in the evening.  It's your chance to dress for Halloween and run a 5K.  Get a team together and plan to have some health fun.  Information is on the Guidance Office bulletin board.

Veterans' Memorial Civic and Convention Center needs volunteers who will work for the show.  You put your time in helping with tickets, seating, concessions, etc., and you get to see the show for your time and effort.  Information is where?  on the Guidance Office bulletin board.

There is a college fair for those with learning differences in Columbus on October

Again, get more information for the G.O. bulletin board.

Big Brothers/Big Sisters is in need of volunteers who will work with youth who need some time with a good role model.  If interested, get an application from the Guidance Office bulletin board.

The deadline to sign up for the October 24 ACT is September 18.

The Guidance Office is looking for tutors who are willing to help others during study hall.  If you would like to be considered for this paid job, come to the Guidance Office and sign up after announcements.

 


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