REVISION Continues Through A Year For Wayne Community Schools

WAYNE – Board members swiftly went through the agenda during Wayne Community Schools Board of Education regularly scheduled meeting Monday evening.

From Room 407 in the Wayne Junior/Senior High Library, the board was updated about the reVISION process and what was the next step.

Wayne Community Schools is looking at their Career and Tech Ed course offerings according to Superintendent Mark Lenihan.

“Making some decisions on what we’re offering for the future, what can we do I think more to refine what we’re doing,” said Lenihan. “We really have a good program here, with the addition of Ag certainly that adds another element we’re excited about.”

The school wants to make sure they have good planning through the future with the reVISION process.

Under the “teaching positions” section of the meeting, Laura Hochstein will be the Elementary School ELL Instructor, Brooke Reeson will be an Elementary Special Education Instructor and Susan Metzler will be an Elementary fourth grade teacher for the 2017-18 school year.

Also, as usually discussed, the board was brought to the attention about Policy 12002 Resolution pertaining to Open Enrollment.

“There are often times people maybe reside in a different district that want to send their kids to Wayne,” Lenihan added. “What this policy does we will take them provided our programs are not full.”

There are currently no openings for Preschool 3/4, third grade and Level 1, 2, 3 Special Education Programs for Elementary, Junior High and Senior High.

The next Wayne Community Schools Board of Education meeting will be held on Monday, April 10 at 5 p.m.

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