Cardinal Football 2015 Students visited the courthouse Clay sculpting during art class Academic Team Coach Jared Criswell helped his team through practice JROTC Cadets at Veteran's Day Parade Picking fresh vegetables from the school garden Meeting for ESL students Roger's Scholars service project Boys Soccer Pancake breakfast for the ACT
Wayne County High School Volleyball Golf Scramble

Thank you to all the sponsors and donations contributed to the Wayne County Volleyball Program. Special thanks to Larry Matthews for the organization of the tournament and support to our team. Funds raised will help support future volleyball tournaments for the Wayne County team to be more competitive in.

Minecraft Edu puts 'worlds' at Wayne County students' fingertips

Wayne County students now have the power to create their own worlds and explore ancient civilizations. Wayne County Schools is one of the first districts in Kentucky to begin using MinecraftEdu, an educational version of the award-winning video game Minecraft.

Two local students represent Wayne County on RECC Youth Tour

High School Seniors Rachel Bertram and Jonathan Criswell travelled with the South Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation to Washington D.C. on June 12-19. SKRECC’s 12 delegates joined with other cooperatives across the state to tour the Nation’s capital city. Before that, in March the students toured Kentucky’s capitol

Three Wayne County students won writing awards at the State Annual Women's Club Convention

Three Wayne County Students have been selected as winners of the Youth Poetry and Short Story Writing Contest at the 120th Annual State Convention by the Monticello Women's Club.

Wayne County Promotes 21st century technology with e-Meeting

The Wayne County Board of Education is now using an electronic program for meeting agendas and minutes. At July’s board meeting, Garrett Thurman of the Kentucky School Boards Association (KSBA) introduced e-Meeting, a convenient paper-saving program that will make meetings more accessible to board members and the community.

FFA Goes to Camp

Wayne County students not only gain valuable skills in the classroom. Many have been perfecting their knowledge through camps and specialized trainings this summer. On July 13-17th, Wayne County Future Farmer’s of America Officers: Katie Carter, Bryant Dean, Katie Dean, Avery Fierros, Morgan Munsey, Drew Phillips, Kelci Pyles, and Chris Stevenson attended the Kentucky State FFA Camp in Hardinsburg, KY. There were 387 other members and 23 chapters total.

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