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Wayne County High School Class of 2017 Students at WCHS enjoy reading the 2016-17 yearbook Class of 2017 Seniors attend the Academic Hall of Fame FBLA students compete at state Students signing with the Armed Forces on College Signing Day at WCHS Basketball player Clay Shelton with WCHS students enjoyed meeting Dennis Boggs after a reenactment presentation of Lincoln WCHS student Jessie Allison sang the National Anthem at the Boys' Sweet 16 Basketball Tournament in Rupp Arena Thanks to the Winterguard on their terrific performance at WCMS's Operation Preparation WCHS Academic Team member MaHaley Powell speaks about the FPS Team's success at the February Board of Education meeting Cast of High School Drama class presentation of Alice play JROTC displays Garrison Flag at Lady Cardinals winning basketball game against Pulaski Mat Cards support fellow wrestlers from the sideline in competitions! Archery is popular sport for elementary, middle and high school students! The WCHS Girls Basketball Team defeat West Jessamine Check out Valentine Books at school libraries! Jessie Allison singing the National Anthem A rainforest animals assembly program was held for Freshmen and Sophomores on Thursday, January 12 Band Director Andy Critz made a surprise appearance as the Grinch while the concert band performed An ensemble from the Wayne County High School Band performed at the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting downtown WCHS Girls Varsity team WCHS Girls Basketball Junior Varsity team WCHS Boys Freshman Team WCHS Boys Junior Varsity WCHS Boys Varsity team The Wayne County High School Wrestling Team The Wayne County High School 2016-2017 cheer squad JV and Freshmen Football teams finish seasons undefeated Senior Zachary Tucker receives an award for placing eighth at State Cross Country Competition High School Band Member Brianna Bybee plays Taps at the Veteran's Day Parade The JROTC Raider Team competed at the EKU meet and won top awards William Wright and Gabriel Ruiz speak with Somerset Attorney Rhonda Hatfield Jeffers at Truth and Consequences First graders enjoy pumpkins grown by the high school's agriculture classes Bell Elementary students enjoy picking pumpkins from the school garden Tammy Dishman's class brainstorms writing ideas about fall for a poem at the Monticello Elementary outdoor classroom First, second, and third place couples running for Homecoming King and Queen. Homecoming Queen and King Chelsea Adams and Gabe Dick Monticello Elementary Parent-Teacher Conferences create conversations about student progress Wayne County Golf Team experiencing successful season 5th graders enjoy puppet presentation to learn to be $mart with Money The Wayne County High School football team The WCHS football team prepares to win their home game The WCHS cheer squad holds up their banner for the football team before their game against Bell County September 9 WCHS Girls Soccer Team Coach Bradley Askins motivated his players during a time out at a boys soccer game FFA Student Gabe Dick drove Field Day guests on a tour of the school garden Fourth Grader Kylee Holt checked out the cantaloupe in the school garden during Field Day County Agriculture Extension Agent Glen Roberts showed off one of the newest squash selections in the school garden WCHS Girls Soccer Team begins season Dalton Garner scores a touchdown for Wayne County against North Laurel Seniors Zach Tucker and Zach West begin their Cross Country season in the Catbird Classic at North Laurel Students and volunteers harvest corn in the school garden Junior Stetson Simpson makes a great catch for a touchdown against Pulaski County The 2015-16 Varsity and Junior Varsity Volleyball Teams Emily Loveless and Calista Kulpa enjoy lunch in the redecorated High School cafeteria WCHS students enjoy the redesigned lunchroom Recipients of the District Wayne County School District Staff attend the opening day meeting held at the WCHS Gym Football players Jacob Dennis, Brantley Hutchinson, and Draven Smith play football with assistant coach Adam Chaplin's son 2016 WCHS Football Team WCHS 2015-2016 graduates! WCHS Class of 2016 WCHS art students create KSBA banner Wayne County High School hosted a close the deal ceremony for seniors students at the high school experienced a drunk driving simulation The cheerleaders lead the students at the pep rally for the football team The 2015 Homecoming Court High school staff on opening day Cardinal Football 2015 WCHS Volleyball Students visited the courthouse Clay sculpting during art class Academic Team Coach Jared Criswell helped his team through practice JROTC Cadets at Veteran's Day Parade Picking fresh vegetables from the school garden Meeting for ESL students Boys Soccer
New Senior Walkthrough was very special event for all involved Walkthrough

Underclassmen across the campus enjoyed cheering for the out going seniors on the last day of school. There were some tears shed and several hugs along the route by both seniors, staff, and family members as the future graduates dressed in red cap and gowns marched down the hallways of each school.

Senior Walker Hancock selected to attend South Kentucky RECC Washington Youth Tour Walker and SKRECC students

WCHS Senior Walker Hancock has been selected to participate in the 2017 Washington Youth Tour after representing himself and his cooperative well during the Frankfort Youth Tour. Students apply for the Frankfort Youth Tour as juniors and are selected based on an application they must complete that is then submitted to South Kentucky RECC for selection. Hundreds of students apply and only a handful are chosen. The co-op selects some of the best and brightest minds to take on the Youth Tour each year.

College signing day held at WCHS Students participated in College Signing Day

Students from Wayne County High School will be attending colleges all over the state of Kentucky and across the nation. These colleges include Anderson University, Berea College, Centre College, Eastern Kentucky University, Georgetown College, Lindsey Wilson College, Midway College, Morehead State University, Pikeville University, Somerset Community College, Transylvania University, University of Alaska Anchorage, University of Kentucky, University of Louisville, University of Tennesse, University of the Cumberlands, and Western Kentucky University. Four students signed to serve in a branch of the United States Military, including the Marine Corp, the Army, and the Navy.

Congratulations to WCHS Class of 2017 graduates Principal Justin Alley gave the Presentation of the Class of 2017

There were 243 graduates whose names were called at the Commencement Ceremony held May 12th in the Rodney Woods Gymnasium. Speakers from the senior class included: Natalie Humble, Chloe Massengale, Kelsay Marcum, Benjamin Rose, and Morgan Crabtree. Two seniors - Chyiann Sexton and Gabriele Gregory, both provided solos during the program. C/1SG Anthony Catron and C/2LT Brianna Bybee served as the honor guard to begin the processional of future graduates. The commencement ushers included: Caitlyn Baker, Jakson Baker, Jayla Baker, Taylor Davis, Kaitlyn Gardner, Walker Hancock, Barrett Hutchinson, Nina Ni, Kyle Skeese, and Tanner Thompson.  

Good luck to Special Olympians preparing for their state competition on June 2-3 Special Olympics Practice

The local Special Olympics Track and Field Team have been busy practicing for the state competition since March 1, under the direction of Coach Lucy Gleason and numerous volunteer coaches. The eight-member team will be competing in the Roy Kidd Stadium at EKU beginning at 8:00 a.m.and through out the day on June 3rd after the previous night's opening ceremony. The team meets after school in the Wayne County High School parking lot to practice every Monday. The Special Olympics state event includes competitions like: softball throw, tennis ball throw, running, walking, and wheel chair races. Administrative Coaches Nikki Dishman and Rebecca Alley handle the paper work each year for the team.     

Wayne County School District is participating in the Summer Food Service Program Wayne County School District is participating in the Summer Food Service Program

Meals will be provided to all children without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Meals will be provided, at a first come, first serve basis, at the sites and times as follows:

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