Class Reunions 2023

Class of 1973

Class of 1983

Class of 1998


Nate Henderson, won the Amazon promotion last December called “Alexia Thank My Driver”. Part of his award was the opportunity to select a Non-Profit organization to receive a $10,000 donation from Amazon. Nate and Andrea choose the Kindness Fund and the Wayne Community Schools Foundation. This fund has and will continue to assist students and families remove barriers to their education. THANK YOU, Nate and Andrea!


One of the best days of the school year is Spring Sprints. This is the day that the entire Wayne Community Schools system and the community of Wayne come together to organize and support a “Special Olympics” type event for not only Wayne students but area schools. This event has grown over the past 10 years from 3 schools participating to 26 schools this year.

Don and Jan Zeiss have spent a lifetime in education and have supported Spring Sprints and Special Education for years. Jan, is known as “Grandma” to the students as she has been so willing to help in the Special Education classrooms. Don and Jan, donated $1000.00 to Spring Sprints and the Wayne Community Schools Foundation at this years Spring Sprints held May 5th. THANK YOU

IDEA Grant Award Recipients for the 2023-24 School Year

These grants are in the amount of $1500 each and are co-sponsored by the Wayne Community Schools Foundation along with the following corporate sponsors: Ameritas, Elkhorn Valley Bank & Trust, Pac N Save, and Quality Foods. The purpose of these grants are to provide teachers with extra funding for their classrooms. The award winners for the 2023 – 2024 school year are:

Molly D’Agosta – Portable Real Time Translator.

Staci Foote, Emily Sims & Carrie Wendt (3rd Grade) – Headphones, Privacy and Storage.

Kristine Muir – Focused Seating.

13th Annual Alumni Basketball/Volleyball Tournament Winners 2023

WCSF hosted the 13th Annual Alumni BB/VB Tournament on April 7th & 8th. There were 12 Men’s Basketball teams competing in two divisions and seven women’s Volleyball teams. Total of 144 players in the tournament. The event raised $4300. Thank you to our tournament sponsors (The White Dog Pub, The Max and 4th Jug, Rain Tree Liquors, Craig & Jill Walling, Lutt Trucking and Lutt Oil Service, State National Insurance – Brian Bowers and Quality 1 Graphics) for supporting this event. Black Division Champions Class of 2020, Blue Division Champions Class of 2011 and Women’s Volleyball Champions Class of 2005.