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Wayne Academy of Virtual Education Coming this Fall

This fall there will be three ways to be a Wayne Bulldog. Wayne Public Schools introduces the W.A.V.E. (Wayne Academy of Virtual Education) which provides you with choices for your learning in all grades.

If you would like to participate in the Blended or Virtual Options for learning this fall contact your school principal.
Elementary PK-5th Julie Malone at
Middle School 6th-8th Brandon Sharp at
High School 9th-12th Karen Gray at

Whatever your choice, you receive the education that makes being a Wayne Bulldog great: certified local teachers, special education services, and a licensed counselor. Go for personalized learning instead of impersonal learning! #godogs #waynebulldogs
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Wayne Middle School and High School Cheer Tryouts Coming in July

Pick up the cheer application on Monday, June 29th, or Tuesday, June 30th at the High School from 8:00 am until noon. There will be a $20 application fee which should be turned in with the application at the first clinic on July 6th.

Clinics are Monday through Wednesday, July 6, 7, and 8 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. You must attend all clinics. Bring your own water bottle and wear black shorts and a white t-shirt.

Try-outs will be held in the auditorium on Friday, July 10th at noon.
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Athletic Physicals to be Offered this Week

Wayne Public Schools will have sports physicals on Thursday, May 28 starting at Noon. They will be in the auditorium and cost $5.

Athletes will not be able to begin summer workouts on June 1st without a recent physical.
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Wayne Public Schools to Look at Plan to Resume Athletics and Activities

Following May 22nd's OSSAA special meeting, Wayne Public Schools will begin to evalute and divise a plan to safely integrate our student athletes and coaching staff back into activities starting on June 1st. No activities will be allowed before June 1st. CDC, State and local guidelines will still be followed. We will update you with this plan as soon as possible.
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Three WHS Seniors Named Oklahoma Academic Scholars in 2020

Sean Connor Crawford, Katlyn Powell, and James Spencer have all been named Oklahoma Academic Scholars by the State of Oklahoma Department of Education.

Graduating seniors who meet all of the requirements listed below shall be recognized by the local school district and the State Board of Education as an Oklahoma Academic Scholar:

*Accumulate over Grades 9, 10, 11, and the first semester of Grade 12, a minimum grade point average of 3.7 on a 4.0 scale or be in the top 10% of their graduating class.
*Complete (or will complete) the curricular requirements for a standard diploma.
*Achieve a 27 composite score on the ACT or 1220 combined reading and mathematics score on the SAT.

Congratulations to our OAS graduates!
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