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Hilary Bales

Superintendent Hilary Bales

We are happy you are here! From pre-school for children with special needs to dual credit and AP college courses for high school students, the Waynesville R-VI School District offers something for every student. You will find a place where you belong among our 5,800 students who speak more than 30 different languages.

The district's mission is to “Prepare and empower individual lifelong learners for opportunities as citizens and leaders.”

All schools in the Waynesville R-VI School District have been ranked in the top one-third in the state by U.S. News and World Report for 2024. 

It’s a great day to be a Tiger!

Programs

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After school programs

From after school care to free tutoring to fun clubs, such as robotics and coding, to sports, Waynesville R-VI offers a variety of after school programs.

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19 Career & ed. tech programs

Advertising, ag, autos, business, printing, computers, construction, cosmetology, culinary arts, nursing, diesel, marketing, video game software, video production, welding

School supplies
Special Education Services

Our department is here to be sure the needs of all students are met through the provision of a free and appropriate education regardless of their abilities.

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LeaderinMe

LeaderinMe works to teach leadership to each student, create a culture of student empowerment and align systems to drive results in academics.

Spotlight

School Board members
March is School Board Recognition Month in Missouri and the Waynesville R-VI Board of Education members will be recognized on Monday, March 25, 2024, for their dedicated service.
Waynesville R-VI School Board
Teacher of the year
The Waynesville R-VI School District teacher of the year.
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AmeriCorps
Every March, we celebrate AmeriCorps Week to recognize and give thanks to AmeriCorps members who raise their hands to help when the need arises and are often the first on the ground and last to leave—making sure to leave their projects better than they found them.
AmeriCorps Week