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The Monticello Elementary 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! Check out Valentine Books at school libraries! Monticello Elementary students depict the iconic betrayal scene of Mufasa in their production of The Lion King Hunter Frost, Micah Burchett, Hayden Lewis as Timon, Simba, and Pumbaa in ME's production of The Lion King Cammie Roberts (Zazu), Micah Burchett (Simba), and Rileigh Strunk (Nala) in Monticello Elementary's production of The Lion King. Bottle tree projects made in Yvonne Garrett's class at Monticello Elementary Anita Peters leads the Waynetonian Choir at the Annual Monticello Christmas Tree Lighting The Waynetonian Choir performs at the Veteran's Day Parade Monticello Elementary students had an activity for students to learn about the voting process First graders enjoy pumpkins grown by the high school's agriculture classes Tammy Dishman's class brainstorms writing ideas about fall for a poem at the Monticello Elementary outdoor classroom Monticello Elementary Parent-Teacher Conferences create conversations about student progress 5th graders enjoy puppet presentation to learn to be $mart with Money 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 participate in a Pep Rally for K-PREP Students enjoy relaxing on field day Monticello Elementary students celebrate the end of the school year with an awards day Monticello Elementary students perform a version of the musical Annie Monticello Elementary was awarded a people's grant A storyteller visited for an assembly Students learn financial literacy through a magic show The RoboBoys afterschool robotics class Meeting with author Angela Spady
"Crazy Sock Day" sheds light on World Down Syndrome Day Thank you to everyone that participated!

Preschooler Kayley Baker, her mom Trish Baker, and teacher Pam Brown brought a box of donuts to the Central Office staff for recognizing World Down Syndrome Day in support of children with Down Syndrome and their families. March 21st is chosen because individuals with a diagnosis of Down Syndrome have a third copy of the 21st chromosome, hence 3/21.

Wear your "crazy" socks on World Down Syndrome Day Tuesday, Mar 21st Logo for World Down Syndrome Day

The Lake Cumberland Special Blessings Support Group would like to invite the school district and community to participate in World Down Syndrome Day March 21st. This day is set aside worldwide to promote awareness and support for individuals with Down Syndrome. March 21 is chosen because individuals with a diagnosis of Down Syndrome have a third copy of the 21st chromosome, hence 3/21.

Baseball Team tenderloin sale this Friday, March 17 Baseball Team tenderloin sale this Friday, March 17

Orders must be given on Thursday, March 16. Proceeds go to the WC Baseball Home Run club.

To place an order, please contact either:

 Josh Bartley at joshua.bartley@wayne.kyschools.us or (606)348-5575

 Stacey at (606)307-4237

Humana Vitality go 365 Biometric Checks for the Living Well Promise underway this month Bus driver Ronnie Turner is checked by Senior Support Service Associate Vitality Technician Wanda Flowers

The Lake Cumberland District Health Department are providing vitality checks for the school district employees.

PRUITT TO HOST TOWN HALL MEETINGS ON SCHOOL ACCOUNTABILITY PRUITT TO HOST TOWN HALL MEETINGS ON SCHOOL ACCOUNTABILITY

(FRANKFORT, Ky.) – Kentucky Education Commissioner Stephen Pruitt will be hosting a series of regional

Town Hall Meetings across the Commonwealth to gather feedback from Kentuckians on a new accountability system

that has been under development for the past year.

Wayne County Monticello Elementary Read Across America Week provided all kinds of reading activities Absorbed in reading

Reading is a primary focus at Wayne County Schools so all kinds of activities were part of this special week. Students shared book reviews during morning announcements, readers of the day were recognized for points and high compreshension rates through the Accelerated Reader program, a Reading Cafe was held, crafts were created to match the Cat in the Hat, and green eggs and ham were served for breakfast.

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