Wayne County Schools Garden 2015
Wayne County Schools Parent Teacher Conferences will be scattered across the calendar since each individual school will be setting their own dates and times, in an attempt to customize the meetings to the individual school’s needs.
Want to reach out to the local school system and help educate a child, so your future will be brighter. Keep in mind, today’s children will eventually be taking care of the adults in the community.
Come out and support the girls during an upcoming competitive match up. After a tough loss to Hart County, the girls are ready to bounce back with a good win over McCreary Central.
Wayne County Junior Corbin Kirksey fired a 2-under round of 70 last Saturday August 29th at Barren River State Park. Kirksey survived a sudden death play-off against Glasgow’s Chase Landrum to capture medalist honors. Wayne County finished the month of August with a stellar 5-0 match record. On Saturday August 22nd the Wayne County golf team traveled to Lexington to compete in the Tates Creek Invitational at the Tates Creek Golf Course.
If you walk by your local FFA garden you will see a variety of colorful vegetables ranging from tomatoes to corn to cabbage. It is not uncommon to see high school students working in the garden during the school day as part of their family consumer science block or agriculture class or a Kentucky social studies period.
The Lady Cardinal 6th Grade squad competed in the Lady Rocket Invitational. Wayne County earned a hard fought 14-11 win in the opening round over the host school Rockcastle County. However, Wayne County came up a little bit short in the championship falling by a score of 24-19 to the Lady Generals of Jackson County. The Lady Cards were led offensively by Mallory Campbell who totaled 16 points for the tournament, Amber Jones finished with 8 points and Mariah Bowlin and McKenzie Shelton chipped in with 4 points and 3 points respectively.
Opening Day Ceremony- Aug 3rd 2013