Adena FREE Sport Physicals
Waverly High School College Career Fair
Schedule of Events: Tiger Basketball, STATE BOUND!
Waverly High School Musical, March 10, 11, 12th @ 7:00 p.m.. Tickets available online @ showtix4u.com/event-details/61741
ACT Parents Night Information Sheet
Future Problem Solvers.
Ms. Christian Sheridan (Gifted Intervention Specialist), "Ohio Future Problem Solving is part of an international program which teaches critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making. It teaches students how to think, not what to think."
Beginning today, January 21, masks will temporarily be required at all WCS events. Currently, Pike County is at the top of the list for positive cases per capita. This requirement will hopefully help reduce the spread in our community, as well as, our school community.
At Waverly City Schools, our number one priority is to have in person learning. Although these calamity days have helped our staffing issue, it still remains somewhat of a problem at this time. In order to hopefully help with the spread, get our staff healthy and after reviewing the weather report for tomorrow, Waverly City Schools will be closed Thursday, January 20th and Friday, January 21st. Students and staff will return on Monday, January 24th and masks will remain required next week. We will also extend the 2nd nine weeks until January 28th in order to give students an opportunity to complete school work. Thank you for your understanding.
This past week has been very difficult at Waverly City Schools. Staffing has been a major issue, and our number one priority is to have in person learning. However, this is hard to do without staff. Our Covid numbers have been rising each day. In order to hopefully help decrease the spread, get our staff healthy and deep clean the buildings, Waverly City Schools will be closed Tuesday, January 18th and Wednesday, January 19th. Students and staff will return on Thursday, January 20th and masks will remain required for this week. We will continue to monitor our staff and student attendance rates. Thank you for your understanding.
Waverly City Schools will be doing a 2-hr delay tomorrow January 10th, due to reports of probable black ice on local roadways in the morning. 🐾
Waverly City Schools will be closed tomorrow, Friday, January 7th, 2022
Due to the forecast and radar predictions, Waverly City Schools will need to begin an early dismissal at 12:30 today.
We are continuing to monitor the winter weather advisory for today. If we feel we need to do an early dismissal, we will let everyone know as soon as possible.
It is the goal of Waverly City Schools to be in school with students learning in the classroom. We are currently monitoring numbers for COVID-19 in the county and will continue to do so daily. At this time, students will return to school tomorrow, January 4th, but masks will be required this week for staff and students.
Communication with the Pike County Health District will continue daily to review positive cases in our school district. The district will reevaluate our plan for next week regarding in-person learning and the mask requirement. If numbers continue to rise, the plan may be reevaluated sooner.
Please continue to monitor your children’s health each day before sending them to school. If symptoms are present, please keep them home.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
Waverly City Schools held the Intermediate Spelling Bee and Jr High Spelling Bee in the high school auditorium today with 30 students competing from each building. The winners (top 10) from the Intermediate and (top 20) from the Jr. High will represent their schools in the live-streamed City Spelling Bee on January 11 @ 9:00a.m. Congratulations to all spellers that participated in today's competition. 🐾
The Intermediate building winners were
Alli Harwood (3rd place), Mia Portillo (2nd place), and Hayden Hubbard (1st place).
Jr. High winners are Katie Long (3rd place), Jacob McCune (2nd place) and Ryker Johnson (1st place).
Waverly Tiger football offensive line vs Piketon Redstreaks offensive line in the McDonald's (of Waverly) Pancake Challenge this morning! Tigers were represented by Brock Adams, Jace Gecowets, Nate Welsh, Logan Long, and Jake Schrader. Piketon was represented by Hunter McComas, Gabe Lamerson, Dawson Montgomery, Alex and Tre Jenkins. The winners received $1000 for their team and losers received $400. Piketon Redstreaks 70, Waverly Tigers 60
The Waverly Leo Club was able to send 12 volunteers to the assist with water refill station at Lake White during the TOSRV Bicycle Ride on September 25th and 26th, 2021.