Scott Minnig

Doug Selvey
Assistant Principal

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7:00 am - 3:45 pm

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Principal's Corner


At Wapakoneta City Schools our vision is to be the leader in providing excellent learning experiences for our students.  Our mission is to provide a caring place to develop responsible, productive citizens.  I believe that we have many students and staff members living our vision and mission on a daily basis. 

For example, our student council has taken on the responsibility of organizing a food drive to help support our local food pantries.  Our students were excited to take on this responsibility to help community members that are in need. 

As I have walked around the high school I have seen several teachers implementing our Google Chromebook technology into their classroom.  Many of our teachers are using programs such as Kahoot, Schoology, Socrative, and Google Classroom for collecting assessment data or issuing assignments.  A few more teachers are starting to implement the teaching strategy of flipping the classroom with the technology.  This is where the teachers record their lectures online and the students listen to the lecture at home.  The students then come to class and complete projects or assignments in class.  This allows the students to have the teacher available for help. 

Mr. Fennell and the Robotics club recently participated in their first robotics competition at Van Wert.  This club is new this school year at the high school and has provided our students with a wonderful opportunity to learn about robotics, programing, collaboration, and manufacturing.  At one time our students were in first place out of twenty-seven teams during the competition.  This is quite a feat considering it is only our first year in existence.  I would attribute this to Mr. Fennell and the student’s hard work and dedication. 

Finally, our a cappella group Midweek performed in Anna Arbor, Michigan at the end of January at a regional competition.  This was the first year for the group Midweek and it was a wonderful accomplishment for them to reach that level.  According to Ms. Pellington, she could not have been more proud of the way the students performed.  This is another example of our students working hard and working together to reach success. 

These excellent learning experiences could not be possible without the support of our school board and community.  We are very lucky to be a part of such a great school district. 

Mr. Scott Minnig, Principal


April 29, 2016


‚ÄčAll students who plan to take any of the BGSU  College Credit Plus courses should have received your notice in the mail by this point.  Please be sure to set up your account, and respond to the writing prompt by Sunday May 1st.

Attention all Sophomores!  Your class officers (Tate Kohler, Alissa Horn, Autumn Corwin, and Kayla Crawford) will be around this week to hand out class t-shirt order forms during RR.  The t-shirts will be available for one week. (That's until May 3rd)  If interested, please get an order form, bring your completed form and money to RR on or before May 3rd.  An officer will be around to collect them during RR.  You may also turn the order form and money in to Mrs. Spencer in room B112.   All sophomores need to check for your name on the list outside of Mrs. Spencer's room (B112) to make sure we have not left off anyone for the T-shirt.  If you do not find your name, please notify Mrs. Spencer.

Yearbook group photos will be taken next Wednesday, May 4th, all day. Please come prepared and looking your finest that day!

St. Rita’s Summer Volunteen Program had orientation Tuesday, April 26 for new volunteers at 6pm. Returning volunteers may come at 6:30pm for their TB skin tests. Orientation will begin in the 718 Market St. Conference Center. This building is directly behind the ambulance entrance of SRMC on Market St.  Saturday  -  Orientations will begin at 9am for new volunteers and 9:30 am for returning volunteers.

If you have tutored for the Guidance Office, please give your hours of documentation to Mrs. Epperly some time this week.

Registration for the Wapak Waves summer swim team is this Friday and Saturday at the YMCA.  Registration materials have been emailed to last year's team members.  If you did not receive them or are interested in joining the team this year, flyers with more information are available in the rack outside the office.  


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