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WCMS students enjoy recognition on awards day UK engineering student Matthew Hutchinson shared IT information with 8th graders at Operation Preparation workshops Thanks to the Winterguard on their terrific performance at WCMS's Operation Preparation The Wayne County Middle School Academic Team A Wolf's Tale cast did a great job performing at the downtown Wayne Theater 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! Band Director Andy Critz made a surprise appearance as the Grinch while the concert band performed The WCMS Academic Team season is underway Homecoming Queen and King Chelsea Adams and Gabe Dick First, second, and third place couples running for Homecoming King and Queen. Wayne County Golf Team experiencing successful season Amber Jones and her teammates lead off the Wayne County Girls Basketball season Coach Bradley Askins motivated his players during a time out at a boys soccer game Teachers Katherine Kidd, Tiffani Bertram, and Jennifer Chaplin happily announce 21st Century Parent Night 21st Century campers met Abraham Lincoln impersonator Dennis Boggs Wayne County students invited 21st Century campers to visit and learn their horses over the summer Students have fun creating crafts at 21st Century Summer Camp 21st Century Students enjoy wearing replicas of Civil War uniforms and sitting beneath a tent at their very own campsite that coincided with a book they read at summer camp Recipients of the District Wayne County School District Staff attend the opening day meeting held at the WCHS Gym Students appreciate using Chrome Books in the classroom for virtual learning Students enjoy the book fair held in WCMS Media Center Students in Margaret Broadhurst's class participate in a science lesson outside Students enjoy an art exhibit sponsored by local artists WCMS students chosen to participate in Rogers Scholar Program Wayne County Middle School hosted reality day for students
Wayne County Board of Education recognizes retirees at reception in their honor Group photo of retirees

This past school year, 22 employees retired with a total of 549 amazing years of service to the students of Wayne County Schools. Thank you for your service!

Two wayne county students represent district at prestigious craft academy Natalie Hutchinson and Ben Rose

Wayne County Schools are fortunate to have two students who are such strong academic achievers that they fall in a class of their own – in fact, they represent the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s best and brightest.

It’s over! Kentucky’s All-Star boys defeat Indiana for the first time since 2008 Photo by Matt Goins

They didn’t make it easy on themselves, but Kentucky’s All-Star boys did what the last eight senior classes could not by defeating the Indiana All-Stars 111-110 in double overtime Sunday evening at the Frankfort Convention Center.

This story has been reprinted from its original appearance in the Herald Leader. It has been published by Wayne County Schools with the permission of Reporter Josh Moore, of the Herald Leader.

Wayne County Schools provide information regarding the facility tax proposal Cardinal Seal

The following questions and answers provide information about a proposed facility equivalent tax that is currently being considered to make a significant impact towards enhancing local workforce development. The facility tax would be used to secure additional state funding towards the goal of a new early college and career center to replace and expand the existing Wayne County Area Technology Center.

Wayne County Schools provide a highly skilled workforce to meet jobs of the future Cardinal Logo

 Wayne County Schools are prepared to make a significant investment in community workforce development through the construction of a new early college and career center to replace and expand the existing Wayne County Area Technology Center.  In order to secure additional state funding for this project, the district must levy an additional facilities tax that will open the door for the state legislature to authorize equalization funding and significantly increase the district’s capacity to meet facility needs.

Eighth Grade Class adopts a mountain Gorilla named Matabishi Ms. Honeycutt's eighth grade class

Kim Honeycutt's eighth grade class was inspired by a book they read about gorilla doctors to adopt a gorilla. Working together, the class raised enough money to adopt a gorilla in Africa. The money given in the adoption will serve to rehabilitate the gorilla, Matabishi, so he can be returned to the wild once he has grown and is healthy.

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