• Upcoming fine arts events from the Waynesville R-VI School District 


    Mar. 1 (W)       Partridge 1st grade program – 6 p.m.

    Mar. 5 (Su)      District Art Show – WCC 

    Mar. 7 (T)        Pageant of the Bands – 6 p.m. – WHS Gym

    Mar. 29 (W)     Choir Pre-Contest Concert – 6:30 p.m. – WHS Theatre

    Apr. 20 (R)       WHS Spring Play William Shakespeare’s: “Love’s 

                             Labour’s Lost” – 7 p.m. – WHS Theatre

    Apr. 21 (F)       WHS Spring Play William Shakespeare’s: “Love’s 

                             Labour’s Lost” – 7 p.m. – WHS Theatre

    Apr. 22 (Sa)     WHS Spring Play William Shakespeare’s: “Love’s 

                             Labour’s Lost” – 7 p.m. – WHS Theatre

    Apr. 23 (Su)     WHS Spring Play William Shakespeare’s: “Love’s 

                             Labour’s Lost” – 3 p.m. – WHS Theatre

    Apr. 27 (R)       Partridge Kindergarten program – 6 p.m.

    May 2 (T)         Thayer Choir/Bells Concert – 6 p.m. 

    May 4 (R)         Waynesville Choir Festival – 6 p.m. – WHS Theatre

    May 10 (W)      Middle School Choir Concert – 6 p.m. – WHS Theatre

    May 11 (R)       Band/Jazz Band Concert – 6 p.m. – WHS Theatre

    May 14 (Su)     Choir Concert – 3 p.m. – WHS Theatre

    May 18 (R)       Partridge 4th grade program – 6 p.m.


    All events listed above are free, except the Spring Play “Love’s Labour’s Lost.” The cost for “Love’s Labour’s Lost” is $5 for adults, $4 for students and $3 for children, but if you are age 60 or older and live in the Waynesville R-VI School district and have a senior citizens athletic pass, you can get in for free. Those eligible may pick up the senior pass at the Waynesville High School Athletics Office or the Superintendent’s Office. 


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  • WHS students volunteer at Williams


    Waynesville High School National Honor Society members volunteered at Williams Early Childhood Center during the district's 5th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. 





    Photos by Bill Demalade, WHS National Honor Society advisor. 


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  • 8th graders and their parents invited to WHS on Feb. 21


    Eighth graders – members of the Class of 2021 – and their parents are invited to Waynesville High School to learn more about freshman courses and the scheduling process on Tuesday, Feb. 21, in the WHS Auditorium.  A general presentation will be held from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. and then at 7:30 p.m., students and their parents may attend the curriculum fair.  The curriculum fair will start at 6 p.m. (before the general presentation) and be open after the presentation as well. 


     “We feel it is very important that students make quality course selections as freshmen to obtain a strong foundation for the rest of their high school careers,” says Theresa McNutt, WHS counselor.


    The event helps prepare families to make decisions about the courses their student will take during the upcoming freshman enrollment.  In late February and early March, the freshman counselor will visit Waynesville Middle School, present the WHS curriculum and ask families to return the course preference sheets the next day.


    “This is a pressure-free environment that allows families to ask questions, explore the many options available and to choose the path that best suits the student’s long-term goals,” McNutt says. 


    For further information, please call Theresa McNutt at 573-842-2400 ext. 2448 or email:


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    Members of the National Honor Society at Waynesville High School read to students at Williams Early Childhood Center on Thursday in recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. 


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  • Waynesville High School Football Players Read to Students at Wood Elementary

    Football Read


    Waynesville High School football players (pictured on the bus) read to students at Wood Elementary during the district’s 5th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, hosted by AmeriCorps and AmeriCorps VISTA members. More than 1,000 students and local volunteers participated in service-learning projects throughout the community to commemorate Dr. King’s enduring legacy of service.


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    Tiger Pride System


    TigerHead The Tiger Pride System (TPS) aims to reward effort and achievement by offering various privileges to students who maintain a high standard of academics, citizenship, and attendance.  The TPS incentive program is an integral part to the daily school operations and a major motivator for students to put an emphasis on their attendance and GPA.  The program utilizes these qualifications to provide the best learning environment for all students at WHS.



    The purpose of the card program is to proactively incentivize students with relevant privileges that are meaningful to them, such as travel to privilege areas during Tiger Time and the ability to leave for lunch a couple of minutes early to beat the rush.  This program was first developed during the 2015-16 school year and revised with input from faculty and student groups to best meet the needs of our students for the 2016-17 school year. We will continue to monitor and update the system as needed, so the system remains relative and motivating to all students.


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  • 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…


    Sign up now! Registering for your 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!

    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.


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  • Friday, January 20, 2017


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Welcome to Waynesville High School, a proud member of the Waynesville R-VI School District serving the communities of Waynesville, St. Robert and Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.  WHS is the first in Missouri to implement a college readiness program from the National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI), thanks to a $300,000 grant from the Department of Defense Educational Authority (DoDEA). NMSI is a nonprofit organization founded in 2007 to help improve education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.