Scott Minnig

Doug Selvey
Assistant Principal

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

Main Office: 


Buy Your Yearbook Here!
Click on the image below to open the order form.



Principal's Corner

Last month our 8th grade students returned home from Washington D.C.  This is always a highlight for many of our 8th grade students.  As a chaperone on this year’s trip I am very proud of our students.  There were many compliments heard from the bus drivers, step on guides, restaurant managers, and the direct BrightSpark contact at the hotel about how well behaved our students were during their visit.  I would like to thank Mr. Johnson and his wife for all of their hard work in organizing this trip.  Their preparation helps to make this trip a positive experience for our kids.  I would also like to thank the chaperons for their time and effort during the trip.  Their positivity towards our students also contributed to a great experience. 

During the weekend of November 7th our students performed Beauty and The Beast.  I must say I was blown away by the performance.  Looking at the entire performance from singing, dancing and 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. 

 Last month our High School Staff took a trip to Apollo Career Center. This was a great opportunity for our staff members to see Apollo and its new additions. Our teachers were able to take a tour of the career center, participate in two of the following four classes, Floral Design/Interiors, Multimedia Technology, Automated Manufacturing Technology or the zSpace Virtual Technology Lab. They were also able to see some of their former students learning about something they love and see them in a different environment. We also enjoyed a wonderful lunch provided by the culinary arts students in the Garden Café. Overall, it was a wonderful experience for our staff and one I believe will have a lasting impact not only on our students, but our staff members.

Scott Minnig


February 27, 2017


The final list of anatomy students going on the Findlay Trip Tomorrow is outside Mr. Sammons room.  If you have 2 X's by your name you are good to go.  You will be released from class Tuesday at 8:25 to go to the front of the school.  Questions see Mr. Sammons.

Sophomore Class Officers need to see Mrs. Spencer during RR today. Thank you!

Good morning from the cafeteria!  Cheesesteak is on the menu today.  Unfortunately, our food supplier is still out of the Philly steak or any comparable product.  We will have the Redskin Cheesesteak again today made with ground beef and cheese. We will, however, offer a third menu option for those who do not want the cheesesteak.  Line 1 will be baked chicken, Line 2 will be ham and cheese sub, and Line 3 will be Redskin cheesesteak.  Cream of potato soup will be at the salad bar today.  Thanks for listening and have a great day!

There will be a meeting for any boy interested in playing tennis after announcements on Tuesday in the cafeteria.

The Foreign Language International Dinner is tomorrow night in the Large Group Room starting at 3:30 pm. Please bring a food item to share. We will have a cheese tasting, games, crepes, and a pinata. Sign up today!

The Middle School is looking for volunteer sitters for Tuesday, March 7.  If you are available, come to the Guidance Office and sign up.  This is a great way to begin your community service!

Students on an IEP who are considering going to OSU are invited to attend College Day on Tuesday, April 4.  Information is on the Guidance Office bulletin board.

SigEp is offering the Balanced Man Scholarship.  If you are going to Wright State, get a copy today.  Other schools may offer the scholarship, but you have to check your college.  Information is in the Guidance Office.

There are many summer opportunities available for those who want to attend a summer camp or have a college experience.  Brochures are being collected in the Guidance Office.

Interested in CCPlus not offered at WHS?  If so, get your Intent From turned in today!  Final day to submit it is March 31.

Scheduling information sessions begin the week of March 13.  Classes will be called to the PAC and given a course of studies to look over briefly and a scheduling sheet to keep.  All classes can schedule on March 21; juniors you are reminded of your ACT that morning too.   Juniors report to school at the normal time for the test.  Bring along an ID and be ready for this great opportunity to take the ACT for FREE.

Scott Grant will be here on March 6 to talk to the high school.  His talk is called Personal Branding and Social Media.  He is a dynamic speaker who will offer insight about technology, its purpose and its potential to create a positive or negative online image.  He will offer insight about creating your best digital footprint.   He will also be in the Performing Arts Center at 6:30 on March 6 to talk again with students and the public.  Plan to be here!!!

The Student Library Group will be selling PopSockets during lunch in the cafeteria. What's a PopSocket?  A PopSocket is an expanding piece of magic for your phone! It's a grip, a stand or a wrap for your earbuds. The cost is $10 each.  Stop by and check them out!!!

Any student interested in applying for National Honor Society, for next school year, can pick up an application from Mr. Friemering or Mr. Dickey beginning Monday, February 27th.  If you are interested in  applying  you must have a 3.65 GPA.   A  list of those students eligible can be found on the library windows, Mr. Friemering's and Mr. Dickey's classroom  doors.    ALL APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BY FRIDAY MARCH 10 AT 2:48.  No late applications will be accepted.  If you have any questions please see Mr. Friemering or Mr. Dickey.


Copyright 2013 Wapakoneta City Schools