INFOhio Beach Bags and Camp INFOhio are two sets of free materials that are back by popular demand. INFOhio and the Ohio Department of Education are offering these two resources to give parents more fun ways to keep their children learning at home this summer. No sign-up is necessary. Parents can simply download the packets and work through them with their children at their own pace.
The Beach Bags, for grades K-3, feature stories and activities that let children practice reading skills while learning about careers and the environment. The Beach Bags are:
Wadsworth City Schools has partnered with Renhill Group for employment, management, and recruitment of our substitute teachers and substitute aides and attendants. For more information and to apply, please select the link below.
Once you have submitted your application, a representative from Renhill will be in contact with you. For assistance or questions, call Renhill Group directly at (216) 767-5608.
Once again, we received grant funding from the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation that will make a summer STEM Camp for students who are currently enrolled in kindergarten through eighth grade in the Wadsworth City Schools. Camp will be held from 9:00 a.m. to noon daily at Wadsworth High School. Dates for camp will be July 25-29.
Thanks to funding from the Four Cities Compact, we will also be able to hold Computer Science/Coding Camp this year. Any Wadsworth City Schools’ student enrolled in kindergarten through eleventh grade is eligible to attend. Camp will be held from 9:00 a.m. to noon daily at Wadsworth High School. Dates for camp will be July 18-22.
In order to give more students the opportunity to attend a camp this year, students will be limited to attend only one camp. If we end up with extra spots in either camp that are unfilled, a separate sign-up will be held.
Wadsworth High School has coaching positions available:
- Varsity Assistant Gymnastics Coach
- JV Softball Coach
Qualified individuals are asked to email a letter of interest and resume to Athletic Director Brad Musgrave at bmusgrave@wadsworthschools.
Application Deadline: August 12, 2016
The letter that follows was sent to all parents, staff, and community members on February 25, 2016 from Dr. Hill, Superintendent:
The purpose of this letter is to address the release of our most recent report card from the State of Ohio; the report card is from the 2014-2015 school year. Due to the PARCC tests that were given last year (these tests are no longer used by our state) and the time needed to receive and decipher the results, report cards were released by the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) much later than usual. The first part of the report card was released on January 14 and the second, and final, part today.
The Wadsworth City School District values our collaborative community partnership with the City of Wadsworth, the YMCA, Wadsworth Public Library, Summa, WCTV and the Soprema Senior Center, all occupants of the community center on our high school campus.
When you are attending events at Wadsworth High School we ask that you please park either in the Visitor Parking Lot or the School Events/Student Parking Lot (see map here). The North and West Parking Lots are reserved for use by our community partners listed above and are not to be used by visitors to Wadsworth High School. We thank you in advance for helping us adhere to these guidelines.
For parents who have a child who will be turning 5 years old prior to September 30, 2016 and are planning to enroll him/her for kindergarten, please complete the information by clicking here. A Parent Information Meeting will be held on Monday, February 22 at 6:30 PM in the WHS Performing Arts Center.
Recycle containers have been placed at Franklin Elementary, the City Transfer Station, Charles R. Parsons Administration Building, Friedt Park, and Weatherstone Park to collect recyclable materials. Click here for more information with a list of recyclable materials acceptable to put in the containers as well as all container locations in Medina County.