The purpose of the Teen Screen is to identify risk factors associated with depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts or behaviors, and alcohol and substance abuse. The program is free, voluntary and confidential, and completed by staff from the local mental health agency Family Resource Center. If you would like for your student to participate, please sign the consent form and return it asap. Although we are targeting sophomores, this program is open to any student at Wapakoneta High School More information can be found below or by calling Mrs. Zwiebel at the high school.
Due to dense fog, we will be closed today 11-10-2011
The longstanding tradition of Redskin Revue is live and in person this year! Join our students in grades 5-12 as they perform multi-act theatrical entertainment that combines music, dance, and sketches! Questions? Please contact Mrs. Lewis at email@example.com
What's it like to be a custodian in Wapakoneta City Schools? We went straight to one of our local experts to find out! https://youtu.be/-FbRFT-ticA
Matthew Lavy, a 6th grader, is self motivated & always willing to help. He used google translate to help the student next to him understand the lesson, on his own without being asked by the teacher. Thank you for such a good soul, Matthew and thank you for being a Redskin!
Come join our amazing staff!
Spectrum has picked up our game on Friday and will stream it through the OHSAA.TV. The cost to view the stream is $10 through OHSAA.TV. Because Spectrum and the OHSAA are streaming the game, we are not able to stream it through the NFHS Network. Fans can listen to the play-by-play audio of the game on WZRX, 107.5. Tickets must be purchased on the OHSAA ticket website (OHSAA.org/tickets) or through the HomeTown Ticketing FAN App. NO tickets will be available at the gate and NO passes are valid. The price does up at 4pm on Friday.
This is a reminder that today, Friday, November 5 is a one hour early dismissal for students.
“Feliz dia de los muertos” from the Wapakoneta Spanish Club!
Early release for students: Due to transportation needs Friday evening, students will be on a one-hour early dismissal schedule on Friday, Nov. 5.
Information for Friday Night's Football Game vs Bellbrook. Go Skins!
Zoey Hovanec comes to school every morning with a smile on her face! She has picked up on the routines of kindergarten very quickly & helps to remind her friends what to do if they forget. Thanks for being a hard worker & a great friend, Zoey, and thank you for being a Redskin!
Good Luck Axton Fosnaugh at the Regional Cross Country meet today in Tiffin!
Staying home but still wanting to watch the game?! https://live.nkt.tv/ppv?fbclid=IwAR3eGKTjIKwbAKSgb0uo4IARWmbVE_uLduFIabZxmUm3JQHKC07tjgnjMzk
Thank you to Wapak Alumni Brandon Miller for taking time today to present to our CCP Statistics classes about how he uses Statistics in his career. He also shared helpful information about his college and job experiences to these senior students.
https://youtu.be/e7wHoCcl6sA Fantastic Phonics In First
Congratulations to the 7th & 8th Grade Quiz Bowl Team who placed 2nd at our local quiz bowl competition sponsored by the Allen County ESC. Thanks to UNOH for hosting! Team members: Carson Huber, Graham Shively, Landen Bacon, Makenzie Schneider, Kate Eley & Bella Burklo
Congratulations on a great season!
Every year the Wapakoneta Education Association sponsors a food drive in honor of Mrs. Barb Norton. Mrs. Norton was a teacher in the district for many year and was passionate about making sure that those in need had access to food for their families.
Best of luck tonight, Ladies!