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Kindergarten student Owen Harris and his classmates love to shop at the school library book fair A Wolf's Tale cast did a great job performing at the downtown Wayne Theater Teddy Bear Picnic at Walker's Early Learning Center Preschool Archery is popular sport for elementary, middle and high school students! Check out Valentine Books at school libraries! Kindergarten Teacher Becky Lewis reads Aubrey Morrow enjoys the Walker Early Learning Center book fair with grandmother Brenda Kempton Recipients of the District Wayne County School District Staff attend the opening day meeting held at the WCHS Gym students went on a hunt for gingerbread cookies American Woodmark Foundation team members enjoy reading stories at Walker Preshoolers read stories on an iPad A Little Cardinal and his mom enjoy Lunch and Learn Working on classroom iPods Young learners enjoy Farm Day Kindergartners celebrate Read Across America Having fun in the sand Observing newly-hatched chicks Opening a prize box from Scholastic
Wayne County Food Service Program provides another successful summer feeding program Summer feeding program

Wayne County’s Summer Food Service Program has been making sure students’ stomachs are full even when classrooms are empty. Besides just finishing serving the 21st Century Program’s Camp based at Wayne County Middle School, the Lunchbox Express mobile feeding truck has been on the road providing nutritious food to children in the community.  The summer meals program has been serving approximately 300 meals daily.

Wayne County School District Teachers honored by Campbellsville University Award recipients

 

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – Kentucky’s 2017 Elementary Teacher of the Year, Kellie Jones of Taylor County’s Intermediate School, urged the teachers to whom she spoke at Campbellsville University to “keep your passion for teaching” and “Students today need passionate and energetic influence in their learning and in their lives.”

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!

Waynetonian Choir performs at local Cornbread Festival Waynetonians

The Waynetonian Choir began their summer by performing at the annual Mill Springs Cornbread Festival. The Waynetonians are under the direction of Ms. Anita Peters and Ms. Tammye Sumpter.

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 Preschoolers eligible for new wrap-around enrichment program Walker logo

An enrichment wrap-around childcare program for Wayne County preschoolers is now available as a new benefit for the youngest learners.

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