One definition of community is a network of people with a common agenda, cause or interest, who collaborate by sharing ideas, information and other resources. At the Waynesville Sixth Grade Center, community is at the center of daily learning.
Waynesville Middle School students participated in mock interviews in the middle school gymnasium on Wednesday, March 15. The event was hosted by the middle school leadership group focused on gaining students access to college and career opportunities.
During the month of March, East Elementary held 44 Music Parent Shares under the direction of music specialists Leigh Schaefferkoetter and Whitney Martin.
Second quarter was one of engagement, competition and excitement for students at the Waynesville Sixth Grade Center. As the students were immersed in the restaurant PBL, they also learned about writing letters of application and resumes.
In recognition of Music in Education Month, Waynesville High School Band members performed prior to the March 27 School Board meeting under the direction of Jim Stockmann.
The WHS Concert Band and Wind Ensemble traveled to Camdenton High School on March 17 for the State Large Ensemble Festival.
Several WHS students began their Spring Break by participating in the District Music Festival at Lebanon on March 17.
Thayer 1st Grade students participated in a PBL activity that culminated with presentations to families in the Library Media Center.
Mike Freeman of Sellers-Sexton Ford Lincoln Mazda presented Laura Smith, the music teacher at Thayer Elementary, with the Teacher of the Quarter Award for her project “Off Their Rockers.”
The Waynesville Middle School Student Council was awarded the Missouri Association of Student Councils Gold Award at the annual MASC Convention held in St. Louis in March.
Helene Houston, a senior, was named the March 2017 Waynesville High School Student of the Month for March and was honored during the March 14 meeting of the Rotary Club of Pulaski County.
Adin Gauthier-Tyger, an eighth grader, has been named the Waynesville Middle School Student of the Month for March and was honored Tuesday, March 14, at the monthly Rotary Club meeting.
Hannah Wolfe, an eighth grader, has been named the Waynesville Middle School Rotary Student of the Month for February and was honored Tuesday, Feb. 14, at the monthly Rotary Club meeting.
Shawn Berrios, a freshman, was named the 2017 Waynesville High School Student of the Month and was honored during the Feb. 14 meeting of the Rotary Club of Pulaski County.
The Waynesville Career Center has named Makayla French, Ryan Luttrell, and Shelby Wilson the WCC Students of the Month for March.
Waynesville Career Center has named Megan Wix, Dalton Rea, and Ruth Maritim the WCC Students of the Month for February.
Waynesville High School competed in the Regional Science Olympiad on the campus of Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla on Saturday, Feb. 18. WHS placed 6th in a competitive pool of 12 teams.
Waynesville R-VI piloted a teacher leaders program this year to help share effective teaching strategies within the district, but they expanded their reach when they teamed up with military instructors from Fort Leonard Wood on March 28.
Dr. Brian Henry, superintendent of the Waynesville R-VI School District, was among eight Missouri superintendents recognized by the Missouri Association of School Administrators (MASA) for outstanding performance as a new superintendent.
In the 1986 movie “Top Gun,” the best of the best pilots went to the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar to hone their skills and become even better. So where do the best of the best teachers in Waynesville R-VI go?
Fifth grades were launching paper airplanes across their classrooms with high schoolers egging them on and remarkably, no one got in trouble.
At this year’s training, the NPS team will be covering crowd control, active shooter/threat response, and woodland tracking and navigation.
As a precautionary measure, an ambulance was dispatched to Waynesville High School just after noon today, March 27, 2017, to treat a student who was experiencing a medical condition.
The Waynesville R-VI School District will host K-5 Realignment informational sessions for parents and their students
Earlier this month, members from Waynesville FFA assisted Good Samaritan with a community service project.
Thayer Elementary staff members received praise from Dr. Brian Henry, superintendent
Williams Early Childhood staff members received praise from Dr. Brian Henry, superintendent
From March 6-10, students had the opportunity to practice interview skills with civic and business leaders from the Waynesville, St. Robert and Fort Leonard Wood communities.
Wood Elementary celebrated Dr. Seuss’ birthday with an evening of games, crafts, technology and books.
Waynesville R-VI hosted its annual Pageant of the Bands on March 7 at Waynesville High School.
The Waynesville R-VI School District Art Show featured art from students in grades kindergarten through 12th
Keely Scott, a Waynesville High School AP English teacher, has been named the 2016-17 Teacher of the Year for the Waynesville R-VI School District.