Wayne Public Schools is a small rural district committed to giving students personal attention, individual learning tailored to student's needs and abilities, and a curriculum that challenges students to achieve high academic standards. The teachers, administration, and Board of Education pride themselves on knowing their students well enough to develop strong positive relationships. We welcome and encourage student, parent, and community involvement.
The Oklahoma Reading Sufficiency Act—or RSA—helps ensure that by the end of third grade, each student has the opportunity
to develop strong foundational reading skills needed to be successful in fourth grade and beyond.
Parents are a child’s first teacher, and building literacy starts in the home even before children enter public school. Beginning
in kindergarten, your child will be assessed to determine his or her reading skills. We want you to be familiar with RSA and the
supports available to you and your child during the early grades, when reading development is critical to future academic success.
We hope the information in this guide is helpful to you. If you have questions about your child’s reading ability, contact your
child’s teacher or school.
Wayne Public Schools Federal Program Meeting will be Wednesday, September 15 at 3:15 pm at the High School Library. All teachers and parents are encouraged to attend. On the agenda are the Title Programs and Indian Education needs and budgets.
Ms. Gray, Principal, and Ms. Matthews, Counselor, will be conducting the Freshman Orientation on Monday, August 9th in the High School Auditorium. It will be held during Open House from 6:30 to 7 pm. This is mandatory for Freshmen and their guardians.
Ms. Gray and Ms. Matthews will stay after for any individual questions you may have. We look forward to meeting you! #godogs