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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
PRUITT ISSUES STATE OF P-12 PUBLIC EDUCATION REPORT Commissioner of Education Stephen Pruitt

(FRANKFORT, Ky.) – Kentucky must do more to ensure all students receive the same educational opportunities and access to rigorous coursework, Commissioner of Education Stephen Pruitt said during his State of Education news conference yesterday.

Check out what has been going on at Walker Early Learning Center's exceptional programs this school year 1

Walker Early Learning Center is opening “a World of Possibilities” to their next classes of preschoolers and kindergarten students who will fill their classrooms next fall. The youngest students enjoy a wealth of activities to learn at an age-appropriate, high level. Preschoolers become kindergarten ready, as a result of the Five Star rated preschool, which features both AM and PM classes to pick from Mondays-Thursdays.

Wayne County High School Wrestler Cagen Wallace wins state title Cagen Wallace

The Wayne County Wrestling team traveled to Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park on February 17 and 18 for the KHSAA State Tournament. The Mat Cards finished the state tournament with their 10th state champion in the wrestling programs history. Cagen Wallace 113 lb. weight class won his first state title and finished 57-0 on the season. The team also had two other state placers. 220 lb. Jonathan Gregory placed 8th, and 275 lb. Christian Denney placed 5th. 126 lb. Jacob Dodd and 138 lb. LD Criswell both lost in the blood round of the touranment and fell one match short of the top eight. Wayne County as a team palced 9th overall in the State Tournament.

Coach Danny Upchurch featured in Progress Edition of Outlook 1

 Thirty-five years ago, Danny Upchurch thought he could build a successful wrestling program at Wayne County High School.

    With a few students who had expressed an interest in the sport—which was relatively unknown in any high schools in this area at the time— Upchurch took the idea to then-Superintendent Clarence Bates.

Open enrollment is now underway for Preschool and Kindergarten at Wayne County Schools Preschoolers reading books

Walker Early Learning Center is opening “a World of Possibilities” to their next classes of preschoolers and kindergarten students who will fill their classrooms next fall. Preschool and kindergarten teachers take great pride in preparing another Wayne County High School’s future graduating class with the means to succeed academically.

Stay current with school menus using Mealviewer cell phone app Stay current with school menus using Mealviewer cell phone app

The new menu tool has several features including nutritional and allergen information. You can access this on your desktop by using the following direct link: http://schools.mealviewer.com/search/wayne%20county.

At the bottom of the screen, you will find "switch to mobile" and this will allow other features such as rating the foods and selecting your favorite menus. If you desire, you can download MEalviewer from your cell phone by accessing from your app store. Just enter the zip code and you should find the school.

Even though we're moving into the digital age, a hardcopy can still be provided as needed. Just alert your food service manager of this need. If you have any questions, contact the Nutrition Services office at 606-340-8684.

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