Mr & Miss Wayne

Miss Wayne: Kloe Muntz

Kloe Muntz is an outstanding representative for our school with an overall GPA of 4.206 and current class rank of 24/485.  Kloe has been involved in Wayne High School in academic clubs as well as athletic teams.

Kloe has been awarded various academic awards.  For the past three years she has received the Highest Honors Award and been recognized as a Renaissance Scholar Student.  Her sophomore and junior year she has been a member of the National Honor Society.  Kloe has been a member of Student Council and class cabinets for 3 years.  Athletically, she has been involved in Wayne Track and Basketball.

Her passion is community service, whether she is giving back to her school or church, she is always involved in “paying something forward”.  She has volunteered with her church, via mission trips, youth groups, and soup kitchens.  We look forward to the opportunity to use her talents and giving heart to the Mr. & Miss Wayne program.

Mr. Wayne: Tyler Wynkoop

Tyler Wynkoop is a student athlete with charisma to light up a room.  His outstanding overall 4.67 GPA has placed him in the top 5 of his class.  He is currently involved in Honors and AP classes, and active in the college credit plus program.

Tyler is a part of various activities at Wayne.  He is on the varsity baseball team.  He has been heavily involved in clubs and activities including: Student Council, Interact Club, National Honor Society, and class cabinets.  Tyler was just named Student Council President for the 2017-18 school year.  Due to the honor of becoming Mr. Wayne, he has to step down from the president position to open the opportunity for another student.

Tyler has an extreme affinity for outreach and community service.  He has been a part of many projects with First Christian Church, as well as, the city bags with Engage City Church.  Tyler is involved in Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) and has done countless activities with the Interact Club and Student Council. We look forward to a tremendous year with his leadership!

As Seniors, Kloe and Tyler are currently planning many exciting opportunities and events for this upcoming school year.  They will be responsible for high school pep rallies, but also the individual elementary and junior high school pep rallies, as well.  They both strongly agree that their main area of focus needs to be with maintaining and enhancing our “School Spirit”.

Wayne High School is incredibly excited for the 2017-18 school year.  Kloe and Ben are hoping to “bridge the gap” between teachers and the students, as well as, the students and the community.  Their main goal is the give back to the Community and make everyone feel included.

 

Please contact them via email and follow them on Instagram for updates on the latest activities at Wayne High School.  If you, or your organization are needing volunteer work, guest speakers, etc, please inquire via email.

jessica.livesay@huberheightscityschools.org

instagram: MrandMissWayneHS

PREVIOUS MISS & MR WAYNE HS

2016-2017 Mr and Miss Wayne High School

Graysen and Ben

Graysen Simmons and Ben Jackson

(picture provided by 4ever Photography by Kendra)

In May 2016, the new Mr & Miss Wayne were selected for the upcoming school year.  With this prestigious position comes an enormous responsibility.   The duties of Mr & Miss Wayne are to represent and be “the voice” of the student body throughout the Community and Huber Heights City Schools.

Graysen Simmons is the daughter of Colleen Fisher & Rob Mullins, and Jason Simmons.  She is involved in Student Council, Varsity Football Cheer, and Varsity Track.  Ben Jackson is the son of Chris and Becky Jackson.  He is a Captain on the Varsity Football Team, and also a member of the Varsity Track team.  After graduation, both plan on pursuing collegiate athletic scholarships in their sport.  Graysen plans on becoming a college pole-vaulter and Ben, a college football player, studying Aerospace Engineering.

As Seniors, Graysen and Ben are currently planning many exciting opportunities and events for this upcoming school year.  They will be responsible for high school pep rallies, but also the individual elementary and junior high school pep rallies, as well.  They both strongly agree that their main area of focus needs to be with maintaining and enhancing our “School Spirit”.

Wayne High School is incredibly excited for the 2016-17 school year.  Graysen and Ben are hoping to “bridge the gap” between teachers and the students, as well as, the students and the community.  Their main goal is the give back to the Community and make everyone feel included.

2015-2016 Mr and Miss Wayne High School

Haleigh Russell and Hunter Vaughn

Haleigh Russell and Hunter Vaughn

2014-2015 Mr & Miss Wayne High School

mr & miss wayne hs

Darius Beckham & Sarah Eifert

2013-2014: Brad Selby & Tori Geiger

2012-2013: Jarrod Hardrick & Emily Rivello