The 2014-2015 school year is well underway. It is always a heart-warming feeling to see our students walk through our doors to begin another school year. The outgoing class of 2014 had 41 graduates. This year’s incoming kindergarten class (the class of 2027) contains 42 students. As of 8/25/14 our K-12 enrollment stands at 594.
Students are our #1 priority at Walnut Township Local Schools. To continue offering the quality education that is a hallmark of our district, the involvement and support of our staff, parents and community are needed. I urge you to get involved in your school district. Become active in PTO, Athletic Boosters, High School Academic Boosters. Support our students by attending extra-curricular activities. From athletic events to concerts to theater productions to quiz bowl competitions…our students are active. Please come and show your support while you are getting a great value in entertainment. Our students are amazing!
If you don’t already know, we will be on the November 4, 2014 ballot with an Emergency Levy. Please watch our website, message boards and the newspapers for the dates/time of Community Information Meetings. I strongly urge you to attend one of these meetings to obtain the facts, enabling you to make an informed vote. If you are unable to attend a meeting, stop by my office anytime. I will be happy to discuss the levy with you.
Yours in Laker Pride!
Randy Cotner, Superintendent