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Two-Hour Delay January 18th due to road and weather conditions
Board Recognized Student Achievement
During its regular board meeting, the Wheelersburg Board of Education recognized numerous students and teams for their academic and athletic achievements.  The Board recognizes and appreciates the efforts of coaches, parents and students in these achievements. It is a great time to be a PIRATE!!!
 
Those  recognized included:

Middle School Spelling Bee
Winner from both grade divisions will advance to County Bee
6th – 8th grade – Serena Kataria, winner and Signy Morris, runner-up
5th – 6th grade – Laikin Bradley, winner, and Landon Holt, runer-up

Middle School Science Fair
Grand Prize Winner – Andrew Brown
1st Place – Rachel Davenport
2nd Place – Haleigh Collier
3rd Place – Dev Patel

WHS Girls’ Tennis Team – SOC Champions
Jodi Wright – SOC  Coach of the Year
Lea Wright – SOC Player of the Year
Kaitlyn Sommer – State Qualified, Doubles
Maddie Gill – State Qualifier, Doubles

WHS Girls’ Soccer Team – SOC Champions, District Champions
Todd Jarvis – SOC Coach of the Year

WHS Volleyball Team – SOC II Champions, Sectional Champions, District Champions
Allen Perry – SOC Coach of the Year
Abbie Kallner – SOC II Player of the Year
Ellie Ruby – SOC II Defensive Player of the Year, 2nd Team All-Ohio

WHS Football – SOC II Champions, Regional Champions, Division V State Champions
Rob Woodward – SOC II Coach of the Year, District Coach of the Year
Tanner Holden – SOC II Back of the Year, SE District Division V Offensive Player of the Year, Division V State Player of the Year, 1 of 5 Finalists for Ohio Mr. Football Honor
CJ Hall – SOC II Lineman of the Year, 1st Team All-Ohio
Xander Carmichael – SOC II Defensive Player of the Year, SE District Division V Defensive Player of the Year, 1st Team All-Ohio
Trent Salyers – 1st Team All-Ohio
Jeremy Cooper – 1st Team All-Ohio
Nic Parsley – 1st Team All-Ohio
Cole Lowery – Special Mention All-Ohio 
District News
Newsletters Posted
The first newsletters for the 2017-18 school year have been posted.  Each building has prepared a newsletter about happenings at the buildings and a District newsletter contains information that impacts the District as a whole. Please take the opportunity to read these and learn about YOUR schools. 
Wheelersburg Schools partners with Lighthouse Youth Services
The Wheelersburg Schools are happy to announce our partnership with Lighthouse Youth Services for the 2017-2018 school year. Lighthouse Youth Services (LYS) is a non-profit multiservice agency providing social services to students and families in southwestern and southern Ohio. Operating since 1969, LYS is nationally recognized as an innovator in services for families in crisis.  
Student Attendance Policy Changes
The Wheelersburg Local Schools is announcing student attendance policy changes as a result of Ohio House Bill 410 for the 2017-2018 school year. 
Bus Routes for 2017-18
Updated bus routes for the 2017-18 are posted. 
2017-18 Calendar
View the 2017-2018 school calendar. Click here. 
Supply Lists for 2017-2018
Supply lists for each grade level PS-8, plus Mr. Pastor's English II and AP classes, for next school year are posted. 
Weather Delays and Cancellations Notice Procedure
When weather concerns create a school delay or cancellation situation, the following notification process will be followed. 
Wheelersburg Local School District   620 Center Street P.O. Box 340, Wheelersburg, OH  45694  |  Phone: 740.574.8484  |  Fax: 740.574.6134
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