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Wayne County High School Class of 2017 FBLA students compete at state Students signing with the Armed Forces on College Signing Day at WCHS WCME students enjoyed meeting Mr. Lincoln and his Civil War soldier companion at a terrific presentation WCHS students enjoyed meeting Dennis Boggs after a reenactment presentation of Lincoln WCHS student Jessie Allison sang the National Anthem at the Boys' Sweet 16 Basketball Tournament in Rupp Arena Cast of High School Drama class presentation of Alice play JROTC displays Garrison Flag at Lady Cardinals winning basketball game against Pulaski Mat Cards support fellow wrestlers from the sideline in competitions! Archery is popular sport for elementary, middle and high school students! The WCHS Girls Basketball Team defeat West Jessamine Check out Valentine Books at school libraries! An ensemble from the Wayne County High School Band performed at the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting downtown High School Band Member Brianna Bybee plays Taps at the Veteran's Day Parade The JROTC Raider Team competed at the EKU meet and won top awards First, second, and third place couples running for Homecoming King and Queen. Homecoming Queen and King Chelsea Adams and Gabe Dick WCHS Girls Soccer Team Coach Bradley Askins motivated his players during a time out at a boys soccer game FFA Student Gabe Dick drove Field Day guests on a tour of the school garden Fourth Grader Kylee Holt checked out the cantaloupe in the school garden during Field Day County Agriculture Extension Agent Glen Roberts showed off one of the newest squash selections in the school garden WCHS Girls Soccer Team begins season Dalton Garner scores a touchdown for Wayne County against North Laurel Seniors Zach Tucker and Zach West begin their Cross Country season in the Catbird Classic at North Laurel Students and volunteers harvest corn in the school garden Junior Stetson Simpson makes a great catch for a touchdown against Pulaski County The 2015-16 Varsity and Junior Varsity Volleyball Teams Emily Loveless and Calista Kulpa enjoy lunch in the redecorated High School cafeteria WCHS students enjoy the redesigned lunchroom Recipients of the District Wayne County School District Staff attend the opening day meeting held at the WCHS Gym students attended a book seminar FBLA Winners FBLA Food Drive The Board of Education visited the machine tool class

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Congrats to HOSA students who competed at national level in California!!

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!

Two wayne county students represent district at prestigious craft academy Natalie Hutchinson and Ben Rose

Wayne County Schools are fortunate to have two students who are such strong academic achievers that they fall in a class of their own – in fact, they represent the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s best and brightest.

It’s over! Kentucky’s All-Star boys defeat Indiana for the first time since 2008 Photo by Matt Goins

They didn’t make it easy on themselves, but Kentucky’s All-Star boys did what the last eight senior classes could not by defeating the Indiana All-Stars 111-110 in double overtime Sunday evening at the Frankfort Convention Center.

This story has been reprinted from its original appearance in the Herald Leader. It has been published by Wayne County Schools with the permission of Reporter Josh Moore, of the Herald Leader.

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 HIGH SCHOOL JROTC CADETS PERFORM WELL AT JUNIOR CADET LEADERSHIP CAMP 2017 Group photo

With school out for the summer many students were thinking of the lazy days ahead, sleeping late and just chilling out. “Not us,” almost in unison responded the 14 cadets from WCHS JROTC making preparations to attend annual Junior Cadet Leadership Camp (JCLC) at Blue Grass Army Depot in Richmond, KY, held May 27-31.

Freshmen Academy students receive water safety training from Wayne County Graduate KY Department of Fish and WIldlife Officer Matthew Parmley

Wayne County High School graduate Matthew Parmley, who was named the Kentucky Department of Wildlife Boating Officer of the Year in 2014, along with a recent award from the Governor for being proactive in battling Boating Under the Influence situations, shared a program about water safety in order to prepare Freshmen Academy Students for summer vacation on Lake Cumberland. One of Wayne County’s largest attractions is the lake and activities surrounding it. Students were given information about how to be smart and safe on the water.

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