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!
64 Waynetonian students were given awards and an ice cream party at the last practice on May 2, 2017. These students participated in after school rehearsals and traveled to many events where they were featured.
The children sang a variety of patriotic songs to support the event, alongside the DAV Chapter. The event was held at the armory.
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 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.
Monticello Elementary third, fourth, and fifth graders celebrated the end of the school year with an awards program honoring their accomplishments and hard work. Students were recognized during the final week of school.
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