Academics - Waynesville School District

Report
Waynesville R-VI
School District
Mission Statement:
Educating individual students for
21st century challenges.
Core Values:
 Community of Diversity
 Student and Stakeholder Driven
Quality
 Continuous Improvement and
Learning
Welcome to the Waynesville R-VI
New Family
Welcome Meeting
http://web.waynesville.k12.mo.us/WHS/S2SMission/S2SMission.html
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_kqWGREPiH0&feature=channel&list=UL
High school student produced videos
WAYNESVILLE R-VI SCHOOLS
FAST FACTS
 11 schools in the Waynesville R-VI school district serving the Waynesville,
St. Robert, and Ft. Leonard Wood areas
 Approximately 6,000 students
 76% of students enrolled in the school district are military connected
 Opportunities for children to find their place to shine
WAYNESVILLE R-VI SCHOOLS
COMMON ACRONYMS
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WHS- Waynesville High School
WCC- Waynesville Career Center
WMDS- Waynesville Middle School
WSGS- Waynesville 6th Grade Center
CRO- Community Resource Office
WAYNESVILLE R-VI SCHOOLS
Located on Post
Located off Post
Partridge Elementary K-5
Thayer Elementary K-5
Wood Elementary K-5
Williams Early Childhood Center
East Elementary K-2
Freedom Elementary 3-5
6th Grade Center
Waynesville Middle School
Waynesville High School
Waynesville Career Center
Piney Ridge Center
Elementary Schools
Office Hours: 7:30 AM-4:30 PM
School Hours: 8:35 AM-3:35 PM
Parent Pickup- 3:30 PM
Bus Release –
Wave 1- 3:35 PM
Wave 2- 3:50 PM
6th Grade Center, WMDS,
WHS & WCC
Office Hours: 7:00 AM -3:30 PM
School Hours: 7:35 AM-2:35 PM
Parent Pickup: 2:30 PM
Bus ReleaseWave 1- 2:35 PM
Wave 2- 2:50 PM
LATE START WEDNESDAYALL schools start 30 minutes later on
Wednesday to allow for professional
development for teachers without extending
the school year.
School Hours
Starting with the 2013-14 school year, Waynesville R-VI students
will only be allowed to miss 5 (five) days each semester. This
policy change is necessary due to the change in attendance
requirements for accreditation established by the State of
Missouri.
Accreditation status shows that a school district is meeting state
performance standards. To be fully accredited, the state requires
90 percent of the students to be at school 90 percent of the time.
In addition, a district must ensure continuous improvement and
innovation to increase student achievement and prepare students
for success in college and careers.
To help you plan your upcoming vacations and family visits, please
consult the district calendar for 2013-14 at
http://waynesville.k12.mo.us/district/school_year_calendar/
Attendance Policy
Academics
I-STEM 21 Focused LearningI-STEM 21 stands for Intergrading Science,
Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
with 21st Century Skills
Below is just one example of how
I-STEM Focused Learning is integrated
into classrooms.
Video
~ This project combines technology and
science in a way that opens up creativity.
Academics
P.A.C.E.
Preschool
L.E.A.P.
IEPs
Tutoring-
Special
Education
AmeriCorps
A+ Students
TIPS-Wood Elem
Credit
Recovery
Academic
AssistanceDuring &
After School
Leadership
Positive
Behavior
Support
Dual Credit
College
Readiness
Career &
Technical
Interventions
Academics- providing support for any student academic need
Academics
Positive Behavior Support (PBS) K-8
PBS is a district wide program that offers a
broad range of systematic and
individualized strategies for developing
important social and learning outcomes
while preventing problem behavior.
Be Respectful
Be Responsible
Be a Good Learner
Thayer Elementary
PBS Rewards
Academics
7 Habits
These 7 habits are based on
the highly acclaimed book 7
Habits of Highly Effective
People.
East Elementary (K-2) has
infused ideas from this book
along with concepts from
the program The Leader In
Me into their model for
helping new students
transitioning into the
school. Their approach not
only helps new students
adjust, but also builds antibullying skills.
6Th Grade Center Leadership Classes
The 6th Grade Center has
adopted a student led,
student focused model for
their 75 minute weekly
leadership class.
The goal of the leadership
classes is to allow
students to learn the
decision making process
while becoming good
stewards of citizenship.
Academics
Leadership Committees
Office Committee
Library Committee
Healthy Living Committee
JS2S
PBS
PTS0
Military Appreciation Committee
Safety Committee
Recycling Committee
Paw Pride Committee
Mentor Committee
Community Outreach Committee
Tutoring Committee
Mixer Committee
Assembly Committee
Sunshine Committee
Wellness Committee
Spirit/Teambuilding
Mediation Committee
Yearbook/Photography Committee
Technology Committee
Morning Announcements
School News Committee
Historical Committee
Dramatic Arts
WMDS- Academic Teams
Students at the Waynesville Middle School are assigned to
academic teams for the four core areas. This aids in creating
consistency for students as teams coordinate lesson plans.
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Language Arts
Math
Social Studies
Science
Weekly lessons plans are made available for parents or students and
are located outside the main office
Academics
A+ Program- HS
Earn $$$ or Scholarships for College
 Maintain a 95% attendance record
overall for grades 9-12
 Provide 50 hours of unpaid tutoring
or mentoring
 Graduate with an overall GPA of 2.5
or higher
 Attend a designated A+ high school
for 3 consecutive years immediately
prior to graduation.
Waynesville Career Center
Cosmetology
Commercial Printing
Auto Collision and Service
Graphic Design
Business
Hospitality and Tourism
Construction Technology
Video Production
Welding and Manufacturing
Practical Nursing
Masonry
Sample Class Options
LEAP- All Schools
( Learning Enrichment and Acceleration Program)
LEAP is the Waynesville R-VI program for
gifted and talented students.
This program is designed to meet the needs
of student’s who learn at a rapid pace and
have the ability to think on high levels.
Students who qualify for this program engage
in challenging activities while having fun.
Sports
After School
Band
ATHLETICS AND ACTIVITIES
Choir
Clubs
VOLUNTEERS
• http://www.waynesville.k12.mo.us
Volunteering
in the
Waynesville R-VI School District
Background Check & ID Badges are Required
 For volunteering in classrooms or schools
 For all PTO volunteer opportunities
 For all school fieldtrips
For more information on how to volunteer please contact the
Volunteer Coordinator located at the Community Resource Office at
(573) 433-2030
SportsGrades 7-12
Fall Sports
Boys- Football, Soccer
Girls- Softball, Golf, Tennis, Volleyball
Boys & Girls- Cross Country
Winter Sports
Boys- Wrestling
Boys & Girls- Basketball
Spring Sports
Boys- Baseball, Tennis, Golf
Girls- Soccer
Boys & Girls- Track,
Cheerleading
Athletic Director: Josh Scott
Athletic Office:
Phone: 573 – 842-2450
You can find more information at
http://www.waynesville.k12.mo.us/schools/high_school/tiger_athletics/tiger_athletics_home/
Sports Schedules:
http://www.oneschoolstreet.com/sports.php?school_id=325
SPORTS PASSES
Sports passes are available for purchase in the
Athletic Office for admission into school athletic
events. The individual pass allows the holder to be
admitted to all home contests during the term of the
pass. The family pass allows the holder and his/her
immediate family to be admitted to all home
contests during the term of the pass.
School employee passes and family/individual passes
will not be accepted at district or other state level
contests.
The cost of the passes are as follows:
Individual Season Pass $15.00 Individual
Annual Pass $35.00 Family Season Pass
$30.00 Family Annual Pass $70.00
Athletics, Activities, and Clubs
Club Tiger After School
Program
Freedom
WMDS and WHS
3:35-6:00pm
Monday-Friday
2:35-5:30pm
Monday-Friday
Fees are based
on student lunch
status and paid
Weekly:
Fees are based
on student lunch status
and paid Monthly:
Full Price: $25
Reduced Price: $15
Free Price: $10
Scholarships are
available
Full Price: $25
Reduced Price: $15
Free Price: $10
Scholarships are
available
Club TIGER will NOT be in session
on half days, holidays, or days when
the district is closed due to
inclement weather.
Interact ClubMS and HS
The Interact Club is the youth based
club for Rotary International
Youth aged 12-18 learn lessons in
“Helpfulness and respect for others”
and “Understanding the value of of
individual responsibility and hard
work” through service learning based
programs that help communities.
(www.rotary.org)
The Waynesville R-VI School District
Interact Club at the middle school
works once a week with the
Waynesville VISTA office to help pack
food for the Snack In A Pack program.
JUST ONE EXAMPLE OF THE MANY
CLUBS OFFERED IN THE
WAYNESVILLE R-VI SCHOOL DISTRICT
Available Clubs &
Activities
Freedom Elementary
Wood Elementary
Archery
Crossfit
Leadership Club
Engineer
Art
Invention Team
Art Science
Fitness & Math
Odyssey of the Mind
Techno World
Soaring Science
Second Graders
Thayer Elementary
East Elementary
Fit for Life
Waynesville Tigerette
WMDS
WHS
Cooking
Academic Assistance
Ceramics
Duct Tape
Impressionable Ladies
Photography
Life SMARTS
Robotics
SADD
Spanish Club
Clubs and Activities are not limited to what is
listed. Please contact your student’s school for
more information on clubs and activities offered
on site.
Channel 12 on
Cable America
The following information can be
found on Channel 12
 School delays or emergency
information
 Broadcast of School Board and City
Council meetings
 Notices and broadcast of school
events such as sporting events or
concerts
 Notices of local non-profit events
Cable America provides a public
access channel that is operated by
the Waynesville R-VI School District.
Transportation
The Waynesville R-VI school district has
several types of bus routes. They include
everyday routes, snow routes, activity routes,
and after school routes
Link to bus routes and delay information.
http://www.waynesville.k12.mo.us/district/de
partments/transportation/
(573) 842-2199
Power School
Power School allows you to quickly and easily access your
student’s grades online. Check attendance, find out what
assignments are missing, or simply pay lunch money all in
one convenient location.
Power School
A Power School login request sheet is handed out by the
schools when a student is enrolled. Parents will need to
fill out this form and return it to the main office at the
student’s school.
An account will be set up for the parents. Once the
account is set up, parents will be notified of login
information by e-mail. The first time parents log onto
their new account, they will be prompted to create a
password for the account.
For additional information Contact the Waynesville R-VI
Media Center at (573)- 842-2052
http://www.youtube.com/watch
?v=iLEzopYxKr8&feature=fvwrel
Need help setting up an account?
This video can walk you through the
process. The district in the video is
not the Waynesville R-VI School
District but the process is the same.

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