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NHS Food Drive for Thanksgiving Starts NOW

Wayne High School National Honor Society members are sponsoring a Food Drive to help those in our school community for Thanksgiving!
Please help our families in need by bringing the following items to school: Instant potatoes, stuffing mix, cake mix, canned icing, pudding mix, canned veggies (corn, green beans, carrots, yams) cranberry sauce, canned or bottled juices, peanut butter, pancake mix, syrup, boxed mac and cheese, turkey gravy, pickles, cornbread mix, or other canned goods.
We will also accept turkey or ham donations and/or grocery store gift cards.
If you have any questions please contact Ms. Walker at 405-449-3317.
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Lil' Cheer Clinic Coming Soon

The Wayne High School Cheer Squad is be conducting a Lil' Cheer Clinic on November 3-5 from 3:30 to 5:30 in the Middle School Gym. Pre-K to 5th grade students may attend for $20. They will perform at halftime of the November 6th game. Come cheer with the Bulldog Squad!
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Homecoming Activities Announced

Times for Friday's Homecoming activities have been anounced. The parade will be be at 2 pm around the schools. A Pep Assembly will be immediately following at D.S. "Zack" Powell Stadium. Coronation will begin at the stadium at 6:30 pm with the Wayne vs. Healdton game at 7:00 pm.
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Federal Programs Meetings Announced

Two of Wayne Public Schools Federal Programs are having meetings. First, the Indian Education Parent Committee is having its fall meeting on Thursday, September 10 at 5:30 pm. It is for all parents of students with tribal citizenship. It will be held in the High School Library or you may attend by a Google Meet link. Email Michelle Matthews at micmatthews@wayne.k12.ok.us for the link if you want to attend that way.

The Title I/REAP Flex Teacher/Parent Committee meeting will be held Thursday, September 17 at 3:30 pm, also in the High School library. This is for parents of all students of Wayne Schools. We will discuss budgets for the 2020-2021 school year.

Please wear a mask to the meetings and prepare to socially distance. An agenda will be available by email for anyone attending.
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Why 2020 Census Matters for Schools

The 2020 Census count impacts the federal funds that communities receive each year for programs and services that are critical for schools, students, and younger children, such as:

-Special education, Head Start, after-school programs, and classroom technology.
-Food assistance, including free and reduced-price school lunches.
-Maternal and child health programs.

Be counted today.
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