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WCHS Students honored for participating in summer learning opportunities

Students Nate Helton, Mckenzie Crabtree, Nicole Hesse, and Colton Morrow were all honored for participating in these events

The learning continued on campus over the summer for
the fifth through eighth graders enrolled in the 21st Century
Summer Camp, as well as a Credit Recovery online program
through extended services for high school students. In addition,
the summer feeding program helped keep kids fed on and off
campus with the help of the mobile Lunchbox Express. For
those who chose to travel long distance, the GT trip took
students all the way to Australia/New Zealand.
One of our Craft Academy students Natalie Hutchinson
traveled to China on a student study abroad program. And, Cole
Bell was accepted to Craft Academy and will be enrolled there
for the next two years of his high school career.
On an individual basis, several Wayne County High School
students also had the privilege of being selected to participate
in statewide programs.
Nate Helton and MacKenzie Crabtree participated in the HOBY
Leadership Conference.
Nicole Hesse was named a Rogers Scholar.
Colton Morrow, a former Rogers Scholar, participated in
the SKRECC Washington Youth Tour and was our sole
representative in the Kentucky Governor’s Scholar Program.

 

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MacKenzie Crabtree and Nate Helton discussed at the HOBY Leadership Conference

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Rogers Scholar student Nicole Hesse spoke about her experience

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Former Rogers Scholar student Colton Morrow talked about GSP

Nate and Board Chairperson Donna Blevin

Nate Helton and Board Chairperson Donna Blevins

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Mckenzie Crabtree and Board Chairperson Donna Blevins

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Colton Morrow and Board Chairperson Donna Blevins

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(l-r) Students Nate Helton, Mckenzie Crabtree, Nicole Hesse, and Colton Morrow were all honored for participating in these events





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