Congrats to HOSA students who competed at national level in California!!
Wayne County students Bradley Dunagan and Tray Hardwick placed second with their 10 pound 11 ounce catch amongst 32 top qualifiers from across the state. The duo received a $1,000 scholarship.
As the school year has drawn to a close, high school students have participated in state mandated standardized testing. Among the many groups of students testing, advanced placement students were also hard at work taking their own tests designed to meet the content of their grueling courses.
Congratulations to Amanda Pennycuff for furthering her education and earning her high school diploma.
WCHS Baseball will be beginning the postseason Monday at Cardinal Field in the 48th District Tournament against McCreary, it will also be Senior night for the Seniors. With a win they will advance on to play Southwestern for the Distcrict Championship on Tuesday. WCHS Softball will also begin postseason play this week playing at Southwestern on Monday against McCreary. Like the baseball team a win will put them in the District Championship against Southwestern on Tuesday.
It is time to nominate outstanding individuals who are employed by Wayne County Schools for the Go Cards Awards ceremony which will be held on the opening day for the staff in August.
The team is preparing for district tournament.