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Thanks to teachers like Sara Harris students' literacy skills are improving greatly Bell Elementary enjoyed a series of guest readers, including Gale Ogle as pictured Bell's Fall Literacy Night was  Huge Success Congrats to Cardinals on the 27-0 victory against Rockcastle County! Go Cards! students at Bell celebrate with the Cardinal Kindergartener Madden Hesse and 1st grader play a game on their tablet after their Cross Country race KDE encourages drivers to be cautious of school buses loading students as the new school year begins Students at Bell Elementary ring the Literacy Bell 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! Check out Valentine Books at school libraries! Wanda Gregory enjoyed being with her colleagues who recognized her at their holiday party The JROTC Color Guard presents the Armed Forces Service Flags at Bell's Veteran's Day Program WCHS JROTC Instructor 1SG George Snyder speaks to students at Bell about the significance of Veteran's Day Bell Elementary students dressed up for their Career Parade Tiffani Bertram and her boys Tate and Tucker Bertram enjoyed Bell's Book Character Family Reading Night Bell Elementary students enjoy picking pumpkins from the school garden Bell Elementary student Patrick Jones redeems DOJO points for positive behavior Seth Hart teaches students about the history of pottery Youth League Football Coach Larry LaFevers assists a Grey Team youth football player adjust his shoulder pads First Graders Dawson Leffew and Jazzlyn McGuire helped secure crayons on the wall for an art activity teaching diversity Bell Elementary 2016-17 Staff Recipients of the District Wayne County School District Staff attend the opening day meeting held at the WCHS Gym Students took a field trip to double j stables Students made placements for their pilgrim and native american feast Planting broccoli in the school garden Scooter racing during Field Day Having a snack during Family Literacy Night Enjoying the Fall Festival Placing pinwheels for Child Abuse Awareness Career Day Half-Marathon afterschool walking group
Rock Your Socks For World Down Syndrome Day World Down Syndrome Day

Wayne County Schools recognize World Down Syndrome Day. Wayne County Schools are asking the community to join them in wearing mismatched socks to recognize World Down Syndrome Day on Wednesday, March 21st, 2018.

The DO's and DON'Ts of Recycling Recycling

Tim Bell will be speaking on the DOs and DON'Ts of recycling on Monday, March 19th, at five 'o clock p.m. at the Wayne County Extension Office.

Wayne County Elementary Wrestlers Place 4th at the State Tournament Monticello Elementary Wrestlers

On Saturday March 3rd the Wayne County Elementary Little Mat Cards traveled to Paintsville KY for the Kentucky State Wrestling Tournament hosted by Johnson Central Wrestling Boosters. The team placed 4th overall. Huge congratulations to those wrestlers! Go Cards!

Bell Elementary Hosts Guest Readers Rotation gale ogle

The first graders enjoyed meeting volunteers who read books to them during a Go Cards Friday afternoon assembly on March second. The second graders will benefit from guest readers on Friday, March 9th.

GO-365 by Humana Biometric Check vitality check calendar

The Biometric Check is a blood screening and biometirc assessment that measures body mass index (BMI), blood pressure, blood glucose (sugar), and total cholesterol. In order to get accurate results, the Biometric Check is a fasting screening. The lab testing is done by obtaining blood from the finger. We reccomend you do not consume any foods or beverages (except water) 8 hours prior to your morning appointment. Make sure to bring your Humana Vitality ID card with you to the screening and fill out the attached consent form. it only takes approx. 15 minutes and you will receive results the same day.

Employees will earn points for participating in the screening. Once the screening is completed, results could tak eup to 45 days to apprear in your Go-365 account. You can use Go-365 Points to purchas items in the Go-365 Mall.

Rise and Shine for Breakfast Week at Wayne County Schools! flyer

March 5-9th is National Breakfast Week! Start the day off right by ensuring that your kids get a healthy school breakfast! Did you know that students who eat breakfast every morning score high on standardized teats and are more likely to maintain a healthy weight?

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