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Welcome to the Home of the Tigers! 
The 2016-17 School Year starts on Wednesday, Aug. 17.  It will not be a late-start Wednesday. All other Wednesdays will start 30 minutes late.  Welcome to the Waynesville R-VI School District, which serves the communities of Waynesville, St. Robert and Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. The Waynesville R-VI School District has the most diverse student body in the Ozarks Conference and has the highest academic achievement.   For more information, including school telephone numbers, scroll down. 
Paying for your child's school meals

The Waynesville R-VI School District now offers MySchoolBucks, a convenient online service that allows you to securely pay for your student’s meals online using your credit/debit card or electronic check.

You can:
    - Set Up Automatic Recurring Payments
    - Track & Review Meal History
    - Create Low Balance Alerts
    - Make Payments with the Mobile App
    - And More…

MySchoolBucks – the Waynesville R-VI School District’s new online meal payment system – is free to use to look up a student’s balances/transaction history/etc.; however, a $2 payment processing fee is charged for making an online payment with MySchoolBucks. 


In the former system, a .29 cents fee plus 2.9% of the amount of the transaction was charged.  MySchoolBucks charges a flat $2.00 fee, regardless of the amount. Parents may avoid paying the fee by sending in a check to their student’s school.


Debit and credit card companies charge a payment processing fee for payments made online, but many businesses absorb that cost. Waynesville R-VI serves about 1 million meals annually and spends about $1 million more than it receives in income from students and commodities without the additional payment processing fee.


Sign up now! Registering for your FREE account is easy, go to Create a secure account and never worry again about sending cash or checks with your student(s) to school again! | (855) 832-5226

Have a smartphone? Get the MySchoolBucks Mobile App:

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Dr Daggett National Educational Leader
Dr. Daggett kicks off school year


National Educational Leader Dr. Willard “Bill” Daggett inspired Waynesville R-VI teachers and staff with his message of preparing students for college and career readiness through rigorous and relevant instruction on Thursday.


Daggett was the keynote speaker for the opening session on Aug. 11 – the first day back for teachers.


The most rapidly improving schools “put the future of our children in front of what adults are comfortable with,” Daggett said.


8th graders and seniors

must have additional immunization
before school starts

Due to a new requirement by the State of Missouri, all eighth graders and seniors are required to have the Meningococcal vaccine before school starts in August. Students will not be able to start school without it.
All 2016-17 eighth-grade students are required to have one dose of the Meningococcal vaccine.
All high-school seniors are required to have two doses of Meningococcal vaccine, unless the first dose was administered when the student was 16 years of age or older, in which case only one dose is required.
Meningococcal disease is a serious bacterial infection and is a leading cause of bacterial meningitis. According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), some forms of bacterial meningitis can be life threatening and vaccines help protect against certain types of bacterial meningitis.
After students have received their immunization, parents should take proof of the vaccine to the middle school for eighth graders or to the high school for seniors.
Looking for something?
Did you look for something on our website and were unable to find it?  (Phone numbers are below.)  If so, tell us!  We want to know what you searched for, where you searched for it, whether it was the district website or a specific school and how we can help improve our website.  Please email the information to and let us help you.
About the district 
Waynesville R-VI School District … where the orange and black unite with the red, white and blue. 
From pre-school for children with special needs and developmental concerns to dual credit and AP college courses at the high school, Waynesville Schools offer a variety of programs to meet the academic needs of students at all levels. As a result, our students routinely perform above average on state and national tests.

Waynesville teachers embrace the Professional Learning Community model and classes begin late each Wednesday to allow teachers to collaborate on best practices.    

Beyond their common core subject material and 21st century skills, students learn to apply school-wide positive behavior support strategies, model character words and embrace good habits for successful daily living. Understanding the value of individual responsibility is emphasized, along with service to others.

Parents also are asked to maintain high expectations for their children, and none is more important than attendance. Every healthy child should be at school every day. To help your family plan upcoming vacations and holidays, the 2016-17 School Calendar is here.
Phone numbers for Waynesville Schools
   East Elementary  573-842-2150                 
   Freedom Elementary 573-842-2100          
   Partridge Elementary 573-842-2600
   Pick Educational and Volunteer Facility  573-842-2250
   Piney Ridge Center 573-774-5353     
   Sixth Grade Center 573-842-2300            
   Thayer Elementary 573-842-2200              
   Waynesville Career Center 573-842-2500
   Waynesville High School 573-842-2400
            WHS Athletic Office 573-842-2450
            WHS Guidance Office 573-842-2403
   Waynesville Middle School 573-842-2550
   Williams Early Childhood 573-842-2650
   Wood Elementary 573-842-2625
      Superintendent’s Office 573-842-2097
       Asst. Supt. of Instructional Services (Curriculum)  573-842-2050
     Asst. Supt. of Operational Services (Business) 573-842-2069
      Asst. Supt. of Personnel Services (Human Resources) 573-842-2094
        Communications & Marketing 573-842-2040
      Community Resource (Volunteering) 573-842-2530
       Data Processing 573-842-2028
      Food Services 573-842-2099
      Maintenance 573-842-2099
      Media Center 573-842-2052
      Special Services  573-842-2007
      Transportation (Buses) 573-842-2199