Wayne County High School News

Wayne County Boys suffer first loss of the season to an experienced Garrard County team

After a tough loss to Garrard County, the Wayne County Boys Soccer Team's records falls to 3-1-0, remaining the #2 ranked team in the 12th Region. The team travels to Glasgow tonight, August 31st.

Golf Team getting better and better as season rolls on

Wayne County Junior Corbin Kirksey fired a 2-under round of 70 last Saturday August 29th at Barren River State Park.  Kirksey survived a sudden death play-off against Glasgow’s Chase Landrum to capture medalist honors. Wayne County finished the month of August with a stellar 5-0 match record. On Saturday August 22nd the Wayne County golf team traveled to Lexington to compete in the Tates Creek Invitational at the Tates Creek Golf Course.

Wayne County Girls Soccer will face McCreary County Monday, August 31st

Come out and support the girls during an upcoming competitive match up. After a tough loss to Hart County, the girls are ready to bounce back with a good win over McCreary Central.

School to Garden Event held recently by FFA and U.K. Extension
High School Student Gabby Gregory shares safety project

As Girl Scouts, girls discover the fun, friendship, and power of girls together. Girls grow courageous and strong through a wide variety of enriching experiences, such as field trips, community service projects, and cultural exchanges. 

SCC Looking for Community Talent

 

The annual audition for Somerset Community College Theatre & Film will take place in SCC’s Stoner Little Theatre on Monday and Tuesday night, August 31st and September 1st, 2015. Sign -in begins at 7:00 p.m. Auditions begin promptly at 7:30 p.m. An information packet is available in the SCC Fine Arts Offices in Stoner 108. An electronic version of the packet is available upon request via email at Steve.Cleberg@kctcs.edu.

Secrataries and Receptionists attended a customer service training
School time prompts safety reminders

With the start of another school year, drivers are reminded to be on the lookout for students who may be walking or bicycling to or from school, waiting for the school bus or who have just exited the bus. The National Transportation Safety Administration offers these reminders for drivers.

WCHS students recognized for summer learning experiences

The Wayne County Board or Education recognized these student accomplishments at their August Board of Education meeting.

Gear Up assist students with academics

GEAR Up is a program that helps Wayne County students set future life goals and teaches them how to achieve them . They provide necessities to prepare for the real world such as tutoring, mentoring, counseling, and tours through multiple colleges with advice from real college students.

Wayne County Girls Soccer program begins

The Wayne County Girls’ Soccer team began their season with a scrimmage against Taylor County followed by a matchup with Clinton County on August 17th.

Wayne County Cardinals open season in convincing fashion

On Friday, August 14th the Wayne County Cardinals opened up the season with a convincing win against Casey County in scrimmage play defeating the Rebels 28-0.
The Cardinal Football team will be squaring off against Madison Central in the Roy Kidd Bowl on Saturday, August 22nd at 8:00 p.m. Roll Cards!

Wayne County Golfers Claim Garrard Invitational Championship

The Wayne County Golf team captured their second championship of the season last Saturday, August 15 winning the Garrard County Invitational at Dix River Country Club. The Cardinals shot a team score of 305, resulting in a seven shot margin of victory over runner-up Anderson County High School.

State mandated bus evacuation drill held first full week of school during the day

Small groups of students participated in safety training at each school building to prepare them for emergency procedures should they ever become necessary on field trips, extra-curricular activities, and regular bus routes.

Wayne Co. Band Recycling Fundraiser
Wayne County High School Governor Scholars gain valuable experiences at pre-college camps

       Wayne County High School was well represented on three different college campuses this summer during the prestigious Governor’s Scholars Program. Three Wayne County Seniors -Amber Baker attended Murray State, Reagan Roberts attended Morehead State, and Davis McCracken attended Bellarmine University – enjoyed a summer devoted to learning which will likely pay off in big dividends regarding future scholarship opportunities.

Go Cards Awards announced at opening day kick off for staff

Go Cards Award winners' professionalism was celebrated on the opening day for the staff. Superintendent Wayne Roberts told the educators it is the professionalism of each individual staff person blended together that makes the team work, that in turn allows the student to blossom into a successful graduate.

Wayne County School Garden teaches students the value of a ‘green thumb’

If you walk by your local FFA garden you will see a variety of colorful vegetables ranging from tomatoes to corn to cabbage. It is not uncommon to see high school students working in the garden during the school day as part of their family consumer science block or agriculture class or a Kentucky social studies period.

Wayne County Boys Soccer confident after an undefeated pre-season

Wayne County Boys Soccer opened up with a vicory in a scrimmage against Clinton County, then traveled to South Laurel to go undefeated in the pre-season. The official season begins Tuesday, August 18th when the Cards face North Laurel at home.

Attendance levels off with 3,200 students

At the beginning of the first full week of school, attendance data has revealed that the enrollment leveled out from the start of school and there were just 15 fewer students present, compared to the fourth day of classes last year.

Wayne County Golfers Finish 4th In Season Opening Tournament

Wayne County opened the golf season with a 4th place finish at the Crooked Creek Invitational in London Kentucky.  The Cards posted a score of 324, 14 shots back of the round of 310 recorded by the tournament Champs from Ryle High School. 

Wayne County Golf Team Wins the Dale Hollow Invitational... Blevins wins Individual Title

The Wayne County Golf Team Captured their first championship of the 2015 season last Tuesday by posting a team score of 295 at the Dale Hollow Invitational.  The score of 295 is the lowest team score in school history and the first time for a cardinal golf team to break the 300 mark.

Over 3,000 students present for opening day of school

Wayne County Schools got off to a great start today (August 5th) for 3,145 students.

Cardinal Freshman Academy Staff presents expectations, guidelines, and academic standards to ninth graders in a creative format

Freshman staff embraced the opportunity to welcome their students to high school. Retired counselor Hardin Phillips spoke about flag etiquette, teachers added their expectations, and ice breaker games were played by students. There are 236 students in the Freshmen Academy this year.

Kellie Carter will be taking underclassman photos at the high school this year!

Kellie Carter will be taking pictures for 9th, 10th and 11th graders. All ordering will be done online, and parents will be able to see a proof before they order.

Wayne County Schools partner with Healthy Kids Clinic to enhance health care inside school system

This new system of expanded health care will keep students healthier, ready to learn, and achieving at their highest level.

Wayne County High School Upperclassmen serve as mentors for Freshmen at orientation

A team of upperclass mentors helped new students find their classes and navigate around the school. Students enjoyed snacks in the cafeteria and learned about clubs, sports, and extra curricular activities.

Wayne County Schools welcome students back to campus

Wayne County Schools are preparing to kick off the 2015-16 school year for close to 3200 students in kindergarten through high school on the first full day of classes August 5th

Preschoolers will begin attending on August 17th, after having the benefit of participating in phase-in sessions on August 12-13th for the youngest students to transition into school.

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.

Staff prepares for upcoming school year

Multiple trainings, maintenence updates, and housekeeping activities have been underway this summer regarding Wayne County Schools. 

Wayne County High School Football Team inspired by “23Blast” movie

Recently the Wayne County High School football team got their claim to fame. For those who may not know, Wayne County was featured in a movie called “23 Blast”. The movie was a true story about a football player from Corbin Independent that went blind. In a segment of the movie, there is a clip of Corbin playing Wayne County and the footage is from a real game on September 28th of 2012 where Wayne County beat Corbin for the first time in 20 years.

Hunter Davis and Corbin Kirksey attend (ELI) Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute

Two Wayne County students have been brushing up on their business skills over the past week at The Center for Rural Development’s (ELI) Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute.

Wayne County Band is looking toward the 2015 season

The band is working hard to perfect this year's marching show. Their first exhibition will be Friday, July 31, at 5:30 on the practice field between the gym and the middle school. The public is invited to come catch a glimpse of the band’s plans for this year’s show.

Healthy Kids Clinic will be new this school year

Wayne County Schools and Cumberland Family Medical Center, Inc. are pleased to offer a new system of expanded health care in our local schools for the 2015-2016 school year. Along with the regular school nurse program, the addition of a Family Nurse Practitioner will allow for a high level of care within the school setting.

Summer Feeding Program
Munsey, Rose attend HOBY seminar

Wayne County High School students Morgan Munsey and Ben Rose recently attended the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Kentucky Seminar held at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky from June 10-14. 

Get Online Information from Wayne County Schools

In this digital age, Wayne County Schools is racing to keep up with various online services. Each school has taken on different online sites and programs to help keep the public informed on happenings at school.

South Kentucky RECC People Fund Grants are awarded

South Kentucky RECC has awarded People Fund grants to 13 worthy community organizations, including WCHS Red Zone and the Bell Elementary Library.

Memorial Balloon release honored Karen Grinnell

The Wayne County Middle School staff honored the memory of Karen Grinnell, an outstanding teacher who was their friend and co-worker. She passed away recently as a result of injuries sustained in a tragic motorcycle accident. She had taught math and English locally, after having taught in Indiana and Colorado. 

Local Senior becomes budding architect with Google Sketch-Up

Senior Lenin Morales has been exploring architecture with the Google Sketch-Up software. Lenin has created schools, homes, and even skyscrapers with this software, but at the end of the school year, Lenin took on a project with a purpose. 

Wayne County Wrestler Signed with Lindsey Wilson College

Trevor Edmonson, a Wayne County High School graduate, signed to wrestle with Lindsey Wilson College in May. Trevor will be receiving nearly a full ride to Lindsey, with a combination wrestling and academic scholarship.

Wayne County Schools creates the new golfers

Summer is a great season for golf, and Wayne County Schools is working to build up the next generation of golfers. Bell Elementary used “The First Tee” program to teach first and second graders golf basics and core values during the 2015 spring semester.

Pack It Home for Backpacks fundraiser is a success

Wayne County High School student Rachel Bertram held a tenderloin sale in May that fed more than those who bought from her. Her tenderloin sale raised money to support the Backpack Feeding Program at Wayne County Schools.

Wayne County Volleyball Team hosts 4th Annual Summer Night Run

The Wayne County High School Volleyball Team hosted their 4th Annual Summer Night Run on Friday, June 19th.

Retirement reception honors 429.5 years of service to local students

Educators were honored at the June Board of Education Meeting.

High School Beta Members performed for elementary schools

The Beta Club motto is "Let us lead by serving others", and  a small group of Beta Members put on a skit to demonstrate that motto to younger students.

LEAD Academy shapes future of Wayne County

The 2014-2015 school year saw the creation of the Gifted and Talented Leadership Academy, or Leaders Excel Above Distinction (LEAD) program, and now it is time for a new group of leaders to get involved. Gifted and Talented Director Jennifer Chaplin partnered with Michelle Allen of Eastern Kentucky University to provide the opportunity for future leaders to learn more about their county.

Summer Feeding Program
Brianna Foster will receive $100 state award this month

Wayne County High School student Brianna Foster recently won the national and state school breakfast art contest.

Girls Basketball Hosts Banquet to Celebrate Team's Accomplishments
FFA Banquet celebrated student success in the field of agriculture

The FFA program, sponsored by Justin Horton, participated in a wealth of activities during the school year. They were very active in competitions and received  numerous awards scholarships.

Seniors treated to special breakfast on final day of school

Seniors selected from a pancake or scrambled egg breakfast with all of the fixings at the Birdfeeder Cafe. They enjoyed signing yearbooks and watching the senior slide show before heading to graduation practice in the gymnasium.

Wayne County Volleyball Hosts Itty Bitty Camp for Youth

On June 4th & 5th, the Wayne County High School Volleyball Team hosted their annual Itty Bitty Volleyball Camp for younger members of the school system to come & learn all about the game & learn some drills that the team does in practice on a daily basis. The young campers also got the chance to watch the older girls in action & cheer them on as they scrimmaged each other during the camp.

Academic Hall of Fame
Wayne County Volleyball to Host 4th Annual Summer Night Run

The Wayne County High School Volleyball team will be hosting their 4th Annual Summer Night Run on June 19th. Registration begins at 7:00pm at Monticello Flooring. The 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk will begin at 8:00pm and the 5K will begin at 8:30pm. Click "Read More" for link to printable registration form.

WCHS Honors 222 Graduates at Commencement Services

There were 40 seniors who graduated with "Honors & Distinction". They had a minimum GPA of 3.5 or higher, were both College and Career Ready, completed the pre-college curriculum, have an average score of proficient or above on all state assessments, and must have taken eight rigorous courses, including at least one course from each of the four core areas. In addition, there were twelve students who met all of these requirements, but were either only College or Career Ready as defined by the state, who graduated with "Honors".

Successful Senior Class showcased at Honors Night

Wayne County High School's 2015 Senior Class received multi-millions of dollars worth of scholarships for their academic efforts this school year. Lindsey Wilson College gave over $1 million to numerous local students to further their education, while a variety of other colleges and universities made sizable contributions to local students' educations as well. Local awards and scholarships were also announced at the special event held May 22. Morgan Sexton was named valedictorian and Ryan Corder was the salutatorian of the class. It was one of the largest Wayne County senior classes ever composed with a very talented student body.   

Wayne County Baseball Team will compete in regional tournament

Wayne County will host the upcoming regional tournament starting Monday, May 25. Wayne County beat McCreary County 16-0 on Tuesday, May 19 in the first round of the 48th District Tournament. Southwestern defeated the Bat Cards on May 20 for the championship, so Wayne County was named runners up and will be participating in the regional contest. 

2015 Tennis Team successful at region and three players compete at state

Three of Wayne County High School’s outstanding tennis players got a chance to play at the state level on May 14th, after a great team effort at region.

JROTC Teams Compete at Morehead State University

On Saturday, April 18th, the JROTC teams arrived at the JROTC classroom bright-eyed at 4:00 A.M. Why, you ask? One word: dedication. The JROTC Drill, Raider, and Color Guard teams traveled to Morehead State University to compete at one of the most highly anticipated JROTC competitions of the year. 

Wayne County High School students Dalton Carter and Natalie Humble have been named 2015 Rogers Scholars

Wayne County students Dalton Carter and Natalie Humble have been selected by The Center for Rural Development to attend the 2015 Rogers Scholars program.

Preschoolers ventured 'down on the farm' for a special agriculture day recently

Local livestock enthusiasts assisted the preschool by bringing goats, kittens, rabbits, and a pony for the youngest learners to enjoy at Walker Early Learning Center recently. All kinds of stations were set up behind the school building with the help of several WCHS FFA members to man them ranging from sack races to clothes washing to sitting in a horse saddle to collecting pretend chicken eggs. Preschoolers and kindergarten students enjoyed the special event. 

Poetry is popular across the school district

From Monticello Elementary classrooms to the Middle School Poetry House to the High School Library, poetry swept across Wayne County Schools during National Poetry Month.

 

Tori Bell recognized at WCHS Softball Senior Night on May 11th

Wayne County High School Softball will host District Tournament on May 18-19. The Cardinals will play Southwestern at 6:00 p.m. on the 18th. On Senior Night, May 11 the Cardinals were defeated by Clinton County bringing their season record to 13-15. On May 12th, the Cardinal Softball girls came back with a win the next night, defeating Casey County 15-0.   

Haley Saylor qualifies for national FBLA competition in Chicago

On April 20th, six local students traveled to Louisville, KY to compete in the state FBLA conference.  This is double the amount that qualified last year.  The conference lasted three days and provided many opportunities for activity. 

WCHS celebrates higher education during College Signing Day

The Wayne County High School student body took time out of their busy class schedule to celebrate college and career readiness by acknowledging the many seniors who have made plans towards their next step after graduation. Students will be attending a variety of colleges, vocational training and the military after completing their public education. The new program showcases these students' efforts towards the future!

Wayne County High School Cardinal Seniors recognized Friday night, May 8

Seniors Zach Massengale, Trajan Smith and Tanner Bell were recognized by Coach Shane Blevins at the start of the final home baseball game. The Cardinals defeated Clinton County 10-0. Go Cards!

Senior Shawna Aaron signs to cheer at Lindsey Wilson

Senior Shawna Aaron is flying into her college career by signing to cheer at Lindsey Wilson College. Shawna has been cheering since she was five-years-old and has always dreamed of cheering at the college level.

Freshman Class learns about the Judicial System during annual downtown field trip

The Freshman Academy toured the Judicial Center, the Museum, and attended a movie showing at the Wayne Theater recently. The class benefitted from the great community support they received during the special end-of-the-year event.    

Wayne County Schools Recognize National School Nurse Day

The National Association of School Nurses (NASN) applauds the contributions school nurses make every day to improve the safety, health, and academic success of all students. Let our school nurses know we appreciate them this week. Wayne County R.N.'s include: Patty Burton-District Health Coordinator, Sandy Latham-Walker, Tonya Parnell-Bell, Melanie Sexton-Monticello, Amy Marcum-WCMS, Amy Edwards-WCHS, and Tammy Crabtree-Substitute.

Wayne County Tennis Team makes strongest team showing ever at region... Boys named Runners Up

The Wayne County Tennis Team performed well at regional competition over the weekend at Berea. In fact, it was their highest team score ever with the boys securing 9 points placing second in a field of 15 school districts. The Cardinals had three players qualify for the upcoming State Tennis Tournament in Lexington: Corbin Kirksey in singles, and the doubles team of Carson Staples and Mathew Gregory.

Local Senior Wins Lindsey Wilson’s Begley Scholarship

On February 27th, local senior Morgan Sexton competed with over sixty contestants for the Begley Scholarship through Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia, Kentucky, and won one of seven scholarships

Boys Basketball Banquet celebrates Cardinal achievements

Basketball supporters, families, and players enjoyed getting together for an awards program and dinner at the WCHS cafeteria on Monday, May 4th. They celebrated another successful season for the program.

Six Wayne County Area Technology Center Students Medal at State SkillsUSA Contest

On April 22-25, students from the Wayne County Area Technology traveled to the Crowne Plaza in Louisville and competed in the Skills USA State Competition. Wayne County Area Technology Center students competed in nine leadership and skills contests with six students bringing home medals.   

Congratulations for Future Farmers of America who competed at Agriscience Day

Several FFA students competed at Agriscience Day at Western Kentucky Universityon Tuesday, April 21. We are Cardinal Proud of their success.

Red Zone helps students prepare for life after high school

The newly implemented Red Zone, a daily 30-minute period at Wayne County High School, has provided the time for students to enhance skills towards their future and prepare for career readiness. 

Good luck to the WCHS Tennis Team at Region

Even though a lot of the Wayne County High School Tennis Team’s matches were rained out, they are ready to face their competitors at regional competition set for May 1, 2, and 4th at Berea.

WCHS students enjoyed Prom 2015

Prom was held on April 25, 2015 at the Rural Center for Development. The theme was Hearts are Wild.Congratulations to Tyler Jones and Merritt Kindrick who were named king and queen.

Middle School Softball to host "Pay It Forward" Game

Come out and support the WCMS Softball Team at their last home game on May 7 for their first annual Pay it Forward night. Each player will be sending a letter to a teacher who has inspired them to "pay it forward" with a voucher to allow the teacher and their family into the game for free. It will be player recognition and 8th grade night! 

WCHS students donate to Hope Lodge House

Altogether, over 98 families from Wayne County have been helped through the Hope Lodge House in Lexington, Ky. These families receive free room and board, free meals, and a relaxing environment to recover in after intense cancer therapy sessions.

Peyton Woods signs with UT Chattanooga

Wayne County High School Basketball star Peyton Woods signed with the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga this past week. The occasion was marked with a reception for family and friends at the Wayne County High School Media Center on Friday afternoon.

GT Students enjoyed Puerto Rico Trip

Check out all the fun photos from different days of the trip, as well as a PowerPoint presentation. Over 30 people from Wayne County participated in the educational trip. Students receive high school credit for the program.

WCHS Basketball star Peyton Woods receives numerous honors

Wayne County Cardinal Basketball fans have enjoyed watching Senior Peyton Woods become the second leading scorer in school history with 2,467 total points to his credit. They are sad his Cardinal days are ending, however, they will still be able to follow him as he moves on to play for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga at the collegiate level.

JROTC helps with landscaping on Wayne County's Campus

The sophomore JROTC class recently took the initiative to do something that would bring beauty and growth to our local campus. Taking part in a service learning project each year, the sophomores decided that they wanted to do something that would not only change the lives of humans, but our environment as well.

WCHS Sophomore accepted at Craft Academy

 Rose, the son of Cindy and Kevin Rose, was recently accepted to the Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics at Morehead State University.

Craft Academy selects initial class

The Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics at Morehead State University has selected 60 students for its Class of 2017, including Wayne County High School student Benjamin Rose.

Region 3 KHSAA Tournament Last Saturday

Four Wayne County Casting Cardinals High School Fishing Team advance to state competiton.

Brianna Foster named national art contest winner

Junior Brianna Foster won the school, state and national School Breakfast Art Contest. Her art will be featured nationally in promotional materials through the School Nutrition Association thanks to the support she received from Art Instructor Tim Withers and School Nutrition Services Director Karen Gibson.

GT students enjoy study trip to Puerto Rico

Ten representatives from the group that traveled to Puerto Rico recently shared highlights from their travels at the Board of Education monthly meeting. Students received high school credit for the experiential learning event.

Wayne County makes the news on CNN

  Wayne County and two other schools were featured on the mini news cast that most of the high school Social Studies Department uses to start their classes each day. Teachers download the podcast from CNN as a bell ringer activity.

Kids care about kids at Wayne County Schools

If you have ever attended a class reunion, you have surely realized the importance of relationships formed in school with your classmates and what a blessing they can bring you years later. With that in mind, sometimes the small acts of kindness are what you remember the most from your days in school.

Garrett Hancock named Wayne County Winner in 2014 Jim Claypool Conservation Writing Contest

Garrett Hancock was named the Wayne County winner in the 2014 Jim Claypool Conservation Writing Contest. This contest was produced as a partnership between Kentucky Farm Bureau and the Kentucky Association of Conservation Districts. The theme of the contest was soil conservation.

Kentucky's Graduation Rate Among Top in the Nation

Numbers on the graduation rate are out from the United States Department of Education, and Kentucky is among the leaders nationwide.

College Signing Day to be held for High School Seniors

There will be a College Signing Day held Thursday, May 7 at 1:45 in the WCHS Gymnasium to honor the students who are pursuing higher education.

Lunch menus have gone digital with Nutrislice

School lunch menus can now be viewed digitally through Nutrislice, a website and mobile app that makes lunch menus more informatative than before.

 

Operation Preparation Week benefits eighth graders

The Wayne County 8th graders experienced an awesome week with the help of community volunteers, band and color guard students, the middle school dance team, teachers participating in door contests, and an excellent college/tech tour to help establish future goals.  

WC Band Tenderloin Lunch Sale

Wayne County Band Boosters are hosting a tenderloin lunch sale on Friday, April 3 from 10:30 - 2:30 p.m. Click here for a pre-sale form.

 

High School students collected items for the Help Pregnancy Center

Reagan Roberts and Molly Dalton coordinated a successful donation drive which was part of their Rogers Scholar follow-up service learning project.

Winter Guard and Indoor Percussion Ensemble complete successful season

The Wayne County High School Band Winter Ensemble ended their season on a good note bringing home a gold and silver medal, most recently.  This occurred on March 28, when the Winter Guard placed first overall, and the Winter Percussion placed second overall at the Tri-State Contest.

Senior Dillon Upchurch helps Guffey Farms LLC finish 3rd in the state of Kentucky for Best Milk Quality in 2014

Wayne County High School senior Dillon Upchurch is a member of the Future Farmers of America, but his farming career has already started. Through the high school co-op program, Dillon has been working for Guffey Farms LLC in Albany, KY for two years. His hard work helped the farm finish 3rd in the state for Best Milk Quality in 2014. The farm was recognized in February at the Kentucky Dairy Development Council producer banquet in Bowling Green.

SCC Hosts Open House Saturday, March 28th

Future college students can take advantage of both SCC locations from 1-4 PM Eastern Time. Check out the Somerset Campus and the Laurel County Campus. Students who attend get a free SCC T-Shirt and a chance to win a free semester tution. Those who pre-register will be entered in a drawing to win an iPad Mini.

JROTC Recognizes the Exceptional Cadets of the Cardinal Battalion

 Our battalion has made remarkable progress throughout the current school year. We are pleased to express our thanks to our local companies and those institutions which are afar that have sponsored and presented our awards. We would also like to thank the families, friends, and local supporters of the cadets in our battalion. GO CARDS!

Thanks to WCHS students who collected items for Hope Lodge

Wayne County High School collected items for the American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge in Lexington, Ky.

Dance Team Named Grand Champions at the 2015 Best of the Best Cheer & Dance Elite Competition at EKU on March 21st

In the final competition of the school year, the Wayne County High School Dance Team brought home four trophies and were named “Grand Champions” at the Cheer Elite and Dance competition, sponsored by a private company from Lexington. The special event was held for teams of all ages, schools and studios at Eastern Kentucky University on Saturday, March 21.

Wayne County FBLA Chapter brings home trophies from the FBLA Region 6 Leadership Conference

The WCHS Future Business Leaders of America are celebrating their many accomplishments from the FBLA Region 6 Conference that occurred in March. These successes will make the seven FBLA members eligible to complete at the April State Conference in Louisville.

Wayne County High School to host College Signing Day

WCHS is to hold its first ever College Signing Day in May. 

Public officials and Lion's Club members cooked and served gourmet pancakes to Juniors prior to the ACT

Thanks to teachers and local supporters for helping prepare the Junior class for the mandated ACT assessment on March 17. Kudos for a great turnout of 194 students present to take the important test. Congrats on all the hard work!

Help Wayne County GT students by spring cleaning

The Wayne County School Gifted/Talented students are hosting one more scrap metal recycling event for their Puerto Rico travel study tour. They will be glad to assist in your spring cleaning needs in their collection of everything from air conditioners to bikes to car parts. 

The Kentucky United Nations Assembly creates citizens of the world

On March 15-17, 14 high school Gifted and Talented students shed their American ideas to represent the Bahamas at the Kentucky United Nations Assembly. The Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA) is a three-day conference hosted by the Kentucky YMCA where high school students learn about the culture of many countries affiliated with the United Nations. While at the mock UN summit, students are bombarded with customs and issues alien to their American minds. 

Somerset Community College provides local orientation/pre-registration session for high school students

Representatives from Somerset Community College came down on Monday, March 16th for an orientation/ pre-registration session for Wayne County High School students who will be attending SCC in the fall 2015. 

Wrestling Team honored for their season after participating at state

The Wayne County Wrestling Team was honored at the March Board of Education meeting for their outstanding season, which included a trip to the 2015 State Wrestling Tournament. They concluded the successful season bringing the program’s 33 year history to a remarkable total of 809 wins.

Congratulations to WCHS Student Brianna Foster for her schoolwide winning entry

Brianna Foster has done an amazing job with the Make the Grade with School Breakfast Art Contest and her message is right on target with how better nutrition prepares for energy and learning. Brianna's art work will be submitted to the state and hopefully on to the national SNA (School Nutrition Association) level.
She is the school district nutrition art winner and will receive a Kindle Reader. 

FFA Regional Speaking Day Results

On Thursday, March 12, 2015, 13 Wayne County FFA members participated in the Lake Cumberland Regional FFA Day.  Students participated in various speaking contests (Fair - Good - Excellent - Superior).

Board approves revised 2014-15 annual calendar

The Wayne County Board of Education approved a revised version of the school calendar with the final day of classes set for May 28, during their monthly meeting on Monday. The calendar had to be amended due to the excessive number of snow days. Several days that had been scheduled for professional development are now being absorbed as school days, in order to schedule the end of school before June.

Down to the Deadline: The High School Yearbook Staff

With the passing of the final submission deadline, the high school yearbook staff is sharing its story.

Wayne County School District Nutrition Services honored for progressive food service program

Wayne County Schools were recently represented on Capital Hill in Washington D.C. by two valuable employees who have helped lead the charge for improved child nutrition. Food Service Nutrition Director Karen Gibson and Nutrition Menu Specialist Casey Holt were amongst fellow school food service professionals from four Kentucky school districts, who were chosen as “Food Service Rock Stars” to represent the state.

Local Senior Places Third in Essay Contest

Lenin E. R. Morales, 19, won third place in the 2014-2015 Fleet Reserve Association’s annual Americanism Essay Contest on January 28th. The Americanism Essay Contest is a national contest designed for school-age students.

Thank you to Dance Team and Cheer Seniors

Wayne County Schools would like to thank the Dance Team and Cheer seniors for their endless spirit and support for our local teams. 

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Wayne County Cardinals advance to semi-finals at 12th Region Tournament

Congrats to Wayne County Boys Basketball Team on defeating West Jessamine in a close game Saturday during the first round of the Regional Tournament held in Lincoln County. Good luck tonight when the Cardinals face Boyle County in the semi-finals. Go Cards!

ATC Students performed well at SkillsUSA district leadership and technical contests

Wayne County Area Technology Center students and instructors  traveled to Pulaski County on Saturday February 28th to participate in District SkillsUSA leadership and technical contests. Students’ have spent countless hours preparing and practicing for contests in  Automotive Technology, Welding, Machine Tool Technology, and Carpentry. We are proud to announce those who placed in their respective areas.

Congrats to Winners of WCHS Library "Literary Loves Challenge"

WCHS students Cody Johnson and Madison Hurd won the Valentine's Day promotional reading activity.

Wayne County Wrestlers advance to state competition

The Wayne County Wrestling Team did an outstanding job at region amongst stiff competition. The Mat Cards finished third overall in the tournament only eleven points out of first place. The top three teams were Lafayette, Henry Clay and Wayne County. Several Wayne County wrestlers will be competing at state on March 10-11 in Lexington. Go Cards!

The 22nd Annual JROTC Military Ball was well attended at Dale Hollow Lake Resort

Following the presentation of the colors, welcoming remarks my C/LTC Nicholas Kidd, and guest speaker Cole Blevins, former Battalion Commander, the battalion and their guests enjoyed a special dinner. Following the retiring of the colors and closing remarks, Principal Brian Dishman announced the selection of the Military Ball King, Dakotah Raines, and Queen Chasity Adams. The cadets enjoyed the formal dance.

The WCHS Bowling Teams enjoyed their awards ceremony

The Bowling Teams just completed their season thanks to help from Coaches Joey Neal and Liz McClain. Retiring Coach Joey Neal shared highlights about each of the bowlers individually at the ceremony held on February 26 in Pickrell Auditorium. Go Cards! 

Wayne County Dance Teams perform well at State Competition

The varsity team placed first in the open category kick competition, third in pom, and seventh in hip hop routines in their division. The middle school team placed ninth in hip hop and tenth in pom out of 16 teams.

Cardinals Defeat Southwestern to win 48th District Championship

Wayne County defeated Southwestern 86-78 to win the 48th District Championship at home on February 27th. Looking forward to the opening game of the 12th Region Tournament when they face the West Jessamine Colts on Wednesday, March 4th at 6:00 PM at Lincoln County High School. The Lady Cardinals face Mercer County Tuesday, March 3rd at 6:00 PM at Pulaski County High School. Go Cards!

WCHS Winter Guard and Indoor Percussion Ensembles place First in Class B

Wayne County Winter Guard and Indoor Percussion Ensembles competed in Winchester on Saturday, February 7th. Winter Guard received First place in Class B. The Winter percussion ensemble placed first in Scholastic Class B. They will compete again on March 7th in Winchester, KY. Congratulations!

Recent FAFSA Workshop assists families with college bound students

Students are preparing for college by filling out the FAFSA computerized forms in the WCHS Media Center. The high school counselor's office has been facilitating the workshops to make the process easier for families. Wayne County seniors are busy applying for scholarships, seeking acceptance to colleges, and making plans for future training.  

Wayne County High School Red Zone helps students achieve future goals

Wayne County High School students are receiving an extra boost in their education through a newly implemented, stress-free program called the Red Zone. This new program is unlike any other, focusing not on grades, but enhancing the skills of students necessary to enter the zone of a successful future. 

Mat Cardinals win Charger Duals

The Wayne County Wrestling team traveled to Louisville on Saturday February 7, to compete in the Charger Duals at Jeffersontown High School.

The Wayne County Schools Bowling Teams enjoy their season

The Wayne County High School Bowling Cards and Ladybirds stirred things up this past weekend at the 8th region bowling tournament in Richmond.

WCHS Wrestling Team defeats Whitley County 72-6 on Senior Night

The Wayne County Wrestling program not only includes middle school and high school level students, but there is also an elementary team which was showcased at the recent meet with Whitley County which was broadcast on channel 8. The three seniors were highlighted during the last home match up of the season.  

ACT Countdown underway at Wayne County High School

It’s getting closer...and closer…and closer. It’s the annual ACT countdown to March 3rd  when juniors across the state take the state mandated exam. Wayne County High School students will be amongst the juniors taking the test that morning just after the school day begins at 8:15 a.m.

Gifted and Talented program offers many exciting learning adventures

Wayne County students are participating in everything from Future City State Competition to Math Counts to Odyssey of the Mind to UK Engineers Day – just to name a few of the many opportunities available to students who are identified in the local gifted and talented pool.

Wayne Career and Technical Education teachers recognized in upcoming Progress Edition of Wayne County Outlook Newspaper

Wayne County Career and Technical Education teachers were recognized at the state level for their students’ assessment achievement

WCHS students got a dose of reality during the Wayne County jail tour

Political science teacher Jason Kennett took students to the Wayne County Detention Center in shifts on January 28. The trip showed the students the daily routine of the inmates and the jailer's staff. This yearly event works to discourage students from falling into illegal activity and demonstates what the community's tax dollars pay for. 

WCHS Media Center features "Literary Loves Challenge"

Have fun matching up the list of literary characters to the author/title from which they originate. High school students are enjoying completing this quiz with Mrs. Ford in the Library.

MAT Cards finish Sixth at State Duals

The Wayne County wrestling team traveled to Morganfield on Saturday January 31, for the KYWCA State Duals. Wayne County finished 1-1 in pool play with a 41 to 31 win over Calloway County and a 45 - 22 lost to North Oldham. The loss dropped Wayne County out of the top four overall. The Mat Cards then defeated Louisville Doss 43 - 32 to advance to the fifth place match. Wayne County loss in the fifth place to Scott High 42 - 33 to finish sixth overall in the twelve team tournament. The following are dual meet scores and individual results.

Waylin Matthews creates impressive 3D skyscraper puzzle

Waylin Matthews, a senior at Wayne County High School worked for more than nine weeks to complete this “Empire State Building” replica puzzle. His passion for puzzles turned into an interest in the history of the well-known United States landmark. 

JROTC Cardinal Battalion To Host Raider Run Challenge

The JROTC will be hosting a 5k, 1-mile fun run, and 2-mile run/walk at Memorial Park on March 14th. Everyone is welcome to participate in this fundraising event. The registration will be $20 until March 1, and this fee covers the run and a t-shirt as a momento of your support for the JROTC Cardinal Battalion.

Football Banquet held to honor team's accomplishments

The High School Football Team was honored at a banquet and awards ceremony on January 18 at the Wayne County Middle School.

Cardinals advance to the championship round at Toyota Classic

Scott County wins championship game by only 1 point against the Cardinals. Prior to the championship game, the Cards defeated Casey 75-56.Cards won in 1st round of Toyota Classic defeating E-Town 68-49 to advance to semi-finals.

Mats Cards Win Pikeville Duals

The Wayne County wrestling team traveled to Pikeville  on Saturday January 24 for the Pikeville High  Duals. The Mat Cards went 5-0 on the day to win the Dual Tournament. With the wins Wayne County improves to 42 - 4 on the season. Wayne County Wrestling also recorded their 800th win in the programs 33 year history.

High School Academic Team creates broad thinkers

20 high school students compete with the High School Academic Team in the Governor's Cup competitions.  These competitions include Quick Recall, Written Assessment, Composition, and Future Problem Solving.

Increased presence of law enforcement deputies provides extra security

Local deputies will become more familiar with students and staff at local schools thanks to a new program launched this week, courtesy of the Wayne County Sheriff's Department.  

Wayne County Wrestling Team improves to 37 and 4 on the year

Coach Danny Upchurch and the Mat Cards are looking forward to wrestling Pikeville High School this Saturday at 10 a.m. GO CARDS!

Peyton Woods sets school record on Retro Night during the game against Rockcastle County!

Congratulations to Senior Cardinal Basketball player Peyton Woods on setting a new school record for most three point shots in a single game. Peyton scored 40 points total during the Rockcastle game & shot a remarkable eleven three point baskets. Good luck to the team at the Toyota Classic where they will face Elizabethtown at 9:00 p.m. on January 22nd.

The Center for Rural Development is accepting applications through Jan. 31 for the 2015 Rogers Scholars program

Rogers Scholars is an intensive one-week summer youth leadership program for high school students within The Center’s 45-county primary service area in Southern and Eastern Kentucky. The program emphasizes the development of technological skills and builds in participants a sense of leadership, an entrepreneurial spirit, and a commitment to rural Kentucky.

Dance Teams advance to state competition after hosting Region 12 and 13 competition

Wayne County High School’s 17-member team won first place in Hip Hop Large Category, Pom Large Category, and Open Large Category under the direction of Dance Team Coach Dani Pyles. Likewise, the Wayne County Middle School Dance Team won first place in two different categories - Middle School Pom and Middle School Hip Hop, under the direction of Coach Amanda Phillips.

Mat Cards Finish Third at Heritage Rooster Duals

The Wayne County Wrestling Team traveled to Maryville on Saturday January 17, to compete in the Rooster Duals at Heritage High School. The tournament featured eight teams from throughout Tennessee and Wayne County. The Mat Cards finished 3-2 on the day to take third place . Wayne County now stands at 36 - 4 on the season. The following are dual meet scores and individual winners in each dual.

Board of Education Members were recognized at January meeting

Wayne County Schools are joining the state’s 172 other public school systems to mark Kentucky’s 20th observation of January as School Board Member Recognition Month.

Wayne County Basketball program celebrates local history with Monticello Night Friday, January 16th and Retro Night Monday, January 19th

Former Monticello Trojan Basketball players welcomed to "Monticello Night" to celebrate the schools 1,276 wins, along with Wayne County's 1,339 wins history which totals 2,615 wins. Retro Night features Rockcastle County Rockets vs Wayne County Bovines.

Amendments to annual school calendar

The Wayne County Schools annual calendar has been amended, contingent upon board approval, with three dates being changed to regular school days, rather than students being out of school due to professional development days for teachers. So, classes will be in session on Friday, January 16th ,Monday, February 16th . and Friday, March 13th.  Also, classes will be dismissed on Monday, January 19th in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. 

FAFSA Workshop assists families with college bound students

Seniors worked on computerized financial aid forms which opened January 1st during a day long help session courtesy of WCHS Guidance Counselor Elizabeth Miller, KHEAA South Kentucky Area Outreach Coordinator Audrey Fowler, and Lindsey WIlson Admissions Counselor Kendra Leveridge.

Kentucky beat Indiana 3-2 in the Hall of Fame Challenge Cup

On Saturday, January 10th in the New Castle Fieldhouse, home of the World's Largest High School Gymnasium, in New Castle, Indiana, the Wayne County Boy's Basketball team beat Hamilton Heights in an exciting game. With only 1.9 seconds left to play Clay Shelton sunk the final basket to give the Cards the win 66-67. It was a one day  event featuring 5 of Indiana's and 5 of Kentucky's best high school basketball teams. Go Cards!

WCMS and WCHS Dance Teams will be participating in the Regional Competition on January 17th

The public is encouraged to attend the 12th and 13th Regional Dance Team event scheduled for January 17th. It will be a great way to support Wayne County Schools Middle School and High School Dance Teams. Approximately 10 to 12 schools are expected to be traveling to the Wayne County Schools campus. Go Cards!

Congratulations to Mat Cards on winning the Sectional 4 Duals

The Wayne County Wrestling Team won the Sectional 4 Duals on Saturday January 10 at the Rodney  Woods Gymnasium. This was their third consecutive Sectional 4 Championship. Wayne County will now advance to the State Dual Championships on Saturday January 31 at Morganfield, Kentucky. The Mat Cards went 4-0 on the day to improve their overall record to 33-2 on the season. The following are dual meet scores and individual winners in each dual.

Wayne County Band Program presented "A Christmas Celebration" on December 18th

Congratulations to Andrew Coffey for progressing to the Final Round of All-State Auditions.

All-District Band auditions will be January 13th and will be held here at WCHS. All 7th,8th, and high school students are encouraged to attend.  

JROTC Color Guard and Drill Teams Shine at York Institute

Kicking off their second competition of the year, the JROTC teams competed very enthusiastically at a recent drill competition held at York Institute in Jamestown, Tennessee. Powered by sheer excellence, the Color Guard, Drill, and selected Raider team personnel competed in a day full of challenge and suspense. Mentally and physically challenging, the cadets rose to the occasion of competing at the level of being graded by U.S. Army Drill Sergeants throughout the day.

The KET Network to host a special College Financial Aid call-in program tonight

Watch KET's special call-in program to learn more about college financial aid tonight.

Lady Cardinals Varsity and JV defeat Williamsburg on January 5th

Wayne County Lady Cardinals Varsity Basketball Team brought their record to 8-6 for the season after defeating Williamsburg at home 53-45. The Junior Varsity Team soundly defeated Williamsburg 47-13 on Monday night. Way to Go Cards!  

The wrestling team improves to 29-2 on the season

Congratulations to the wrestling team who has been experiencing a hard fought winning season after competing in numerous meets recently. Their next meet is Saturday January 10th at home from 11 AM to 4:30 PM. Come out and support these athletes at the Sectional 4 Duals where the top two teams advance to state. Good luck Cards at state qualifier!

Special Thanks to Monticello Bank Staff and extra- curricular school groups for support at Holiday Classic

Wayne County cheerleaders, band, dance team, fans, boosters, & community supporters helped make the tournament a success.

Seniors are invited to attend one of three FAFSA workshops

Every high school seniors intending to pursue some form of high education must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. Federal funds are distributed on a first come, first serve basis, so it is recommended that seniors complete the FAFSA as soon as possible. Seniors and their parents can attend a workshop to ensure accurate completion of this form.

WCHS Boys Basketball team wins Monticello Bank Holiday Classic on December 31st

Congratulations to the boys team for winning the 12th year of The Monticello Banking Company's Holiday Classic. Seven visiting teams participated in the annual event which was enjoyed by the community. The team is looking forward to the upcoming Indiana-Kentucky Hall of Fame Challenge Cup on January 10th.Tickets now on sale. Go Cards!

Cardinals defeat Clay County TN in first round of the Monticello Banking Company Holiday Classic

Cardinals continue to play in the tournament at 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, December 30th. Go Cards!

Thanks to RECC for $750.00 grant for GT's Puerto Rico trip

The Gifted and Talented program are currently raising money through various fundraisers. A recycling project is still underway to help fund a spring trip set for April 12-18 to Puerto Rico.

English Second Language Program Open House held to better connect to families

Teachers incorporated literacy into a special event to assist parents who speak limited English. Families enjoyed dining together & working on a craft project with their child.

Monticello Elementary Waynetonian Choir shared their performance on stage with Ronnie McDowell during the monthly Board of Education meeting

Represenatives from the third, fourth, and fifth grade choir sang two songs and spoke about their exciting on stage performance at the Center of Rural Development with the Board of Education members during their monthly meeting. They were treated to holiday refreshments afterwards.

Don't Catch the Flu... Check out these tips from the Wayne County Schools Health Department

Remember to cover your cough and follow the following tips

Varsity Dance Team will host Region Competition January 17th

About 12 high schools and 10 middle schools will come together for this competition, with nearly 40 routines to be performed in order to move onto state competition in February.

Winter wonder Reading promotion featured at WCHS Media Center

Students must check out a wrapped book by December 19th, 2014

FBLA collects canned goods in annual food drive

The WCHS Future Business Leaders of America hosted a food drive to support the local Hope Center. Ms. Colleen Hart's 1st period class collected the most cans of food and won a doughnut party.

Wayne County Schools will participate in third state mandated bus evacuation drill

Wayne County School’s third state mandated bus evacuation drill will be held Friday, December 19 at 2:45 p.m. prior to the holiday break.

Congratulations to the JV Girls Basketball Team on Defeating Whitley County

On Saturday, December 13th, the girls JV basketball team defeated Whitley County 38-22.
(Kaitlyn Gardner - 11 points, Natalie Spencer - 9 points, Maddy Denney - 5 points, Kim Jones - 4 points, & Haleigh Criswell - 2 points)

Mat Cards Runner up at Seymour Eagle Challenge

The Mat Cardinals defeated  No. 5 ranked AA Greenville in the semi - finals, before losing to No. 6 ranked AAA Knoxville Halls. Wayne County improved to 9 – 1 on the season.

WCHS Volleyball Team Honored at Banquet

The 2014 Volleyball team was honored during a recent banquet held in the girls' honor.

Congratulations to Cross Country runners on post-season awards

Several WC Cross Country runners made the All Area 8 High School awards. Coach Kevin Jones was named coach of the year for the second time.

Wayne County Schools were represented well at the Christmas Parade by various student groups

Wayne County students came out in force to the 44th Annual Christmas parade, on floats, to serve, and to watch. The opening banner was carried by the Cross Country team, followed closely by the High School JROTC Cadets. The Varsity Dance Team, Middle School Cheerleaders, High School Girls Softball team, Kid Crusaders, various 4-H members, and High School FFA all made appearances in the parade, while the High School Beta Club supported from the side lines and passed out hot chocolate to parade-goers.

Lady Cardinal Basketball will be playing Whitley County on December 13th after winning against McCreary County

Congratulations to the girls on their 57-45 win over McCreary County on Thursday, December 11th, after winning 60-59 in a close game on Tuesday night against Lincoln County.

Monticello Elementary Waynetonian Choir performed at Center for Rural Development Tree Lighting Ceremony

One of the largest crowds in history helped The Center for Rural Development usher in the holiday season Monday, December 1st at its annual Spirit of Giving Tree Lighting and Holiday Celebration.

New Policy, Financial Recommendations on Dual Credit Proposed

More Kentucky students would have the opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school based on recommendations that were presented December 8 to the Interim Joint Committee on Education during its meeting at Kentucky State University in Frankfort.

Wayne County ATC Business Program Hosts Job Interview Seminar

The Business Technology Program at Wayne County Area Technology Center recently hosted a Job Interview Seminar for high school seniors enrolled in Career & Technology Education (CTE) courses at Wayne County ATC and Wayne County High School. Seventy WCHS seniors were in attendance at the seminar held in the Wayne Theater in downtown Monticello.

JROTC Cadets Lend a Helping Hand

This past November, cadet volunteers answered the call for help during the relocation of the local soup kitchen. The soup kitchen, recently located at the downtown soda shop, supplies the needy and less fortunate with meals each week with the help of community volunteers. After volunteering downtown for many months, the facilitators of the soup kitchen decided to relocate to a facility with more room capacity. During this move, cadets were notified and requested to lend a hand during the move. The cadets were more than happy to assist—gathering a team of volunteers from the Raider team, senior cadets, and an alumna from the program.

Wrestling Team starts season strong going 5-0 at the Cardinal Duals

Congratulations to the WC Wrestling Team on a clean sweep at the Cardinal Duals held Saturday, December 6th at Rodney Woods gymnasium. The Mat Cardinals will be back in action on Saturday December 13 at Seymour ,Tennessee. Wayne County will wrestle in the sixteen team  Eagle Challenge Dual Tournament at Seymour High School. Starting time is 9:00 am.

Wayne County Wrestling Team begins season at home on Saturday, Dec. 6. Go Cards!

The 2014-15 Cardinal Wrestling Team was recently ranked 17th statewide. There were 65 teams that made the ranking list, according to the KentuckyWrestling.com website. Senior Cecil Nevels was ranked 5th, Junior Cameron Nevels ranked 6th, Sophomore Jacob Dodd was ranked 12th, Sophomore JD Criswell was ranked 12th, Senior Rodney Rednour was ranked 15th, and Senior Trevor Edmonson was ranked 24th in their various weight classes. (Check out the schedule below and show your support for the team.) 

Support your library by signing the Right to Libraries Declaration

Each year Kentucky joins in the annual National Campaign for support for school and public libraries. The main focus of this campaign is to present signatures in Frankfort and Washington of those who support and feel that libraries are a vital part of school and communities. Please take time before Christmas to share this declaration with your classes and ask them to sign either of the large posters on display in the library or the small ones on the bulletin board just inside the library doors. Or you can print the signature page on this attachment, have them sign and drop it off with Mrs. Carol Ford in the library.

FBLA Annual Food Drive begins Monday, December 8th

FBLA Advisers Rob Allen, Dana Hurd, Cheryl Wooten, are coordinating the annual event to help supply food to the Hope Center during the winter. WCHS students will be asked to bring in non-perishable items to their first period class.

FCA and JROTC prepared close to 980 Thanksgiving meals

School was not in session the day before Thanksgiving, but there were many WCHS students on campus as they worked to prepare Thanksgiving meals for shut-ins and the less fortunate in the community. Each year these two student groups make a memorable impact in giving. Approximately 300 meals were picked up while the remainder were delivered to homes on Thanksgiving.

JROTC celebrates holidays with a Thanksgiving meal at school

Cadets dressed up for the festivites held each block at the JROTC headquarters and enjoyed the fellowship with their classmates, former cadets, and families.

Wayne County Basketball Hall of Fame held Friday, November 28th

Several individuals were honored recently at a special luncheon honoring the history of the Wayne County High School Basketball Program. The annual event drew a large crowd of boys basketball supporters who were happy to welcome the new inductees into the Hall of Fame.

WCHS Boys Basketball starts their season Friday, December 5th

The Cardinal Boys JV and Varsity Basketball will play away at Whitley County. They recently had a scrimmage with Perry County Central. See schedule below for future game dates. Go Cards!

WCHS Girls Basketball season begins Tuesday, December 2nd

The JV game with begin at 6 P.M. followed by the Varsity game at 7:30 P.M. at Corbin. See schedule below for future game dates. Go Cards!

JROTC Tenderloin Sale was big success

This Election Day 2014, the JROTC cadets facilitated their annual fall tenderloin sale. This is used as a fund raiser to help fund JROTC events such as the JROTC Military Ball, field trips, and much more. In all, the participation of the cadets was extensive and appreciated. Throughout the day, teachers, workers, and town citizens stopped by to pick up a tasty tenderloin lunch.

High School Students are benefitting from college preparation activites

On a recent parent teacher conference evening, the Wayne County High School Counselors supplied a college application session for families.The guidance counselors and gifted and talented department have been collaborating to get the word out about a variety of educational opportunities for high school students. Seniors participated in a College Application Day, and enjoyed a visit from EKU admissions counselors. Special activities were held during College Application Week to draw awareness of postsecondary opportunities. Check out the Wayne County High School Counselors Facebook page or go to the Wayne County High School Counselors Page on the school district website to learn about upcoming scholarships, awards, ACT dates, and other opportunities.

Cross County Coach and Team highlighted at Board of Ed meeting

Wayne County Schools Cross Country Coach Kevin Jones was recently recognized at the Wayne County Board of Education for one of the strongest seasons on record for the varsity cross country program, while highlighting the athletes on both the girls and boys varsity teams.

Tanner Bell signs letter of intent to continue baseball career at Kentucky Wesleyan

Wayne County High School senior Tanner Bell, in front of family, coaches, friends and administration at the Wayne County High School Media Center, signed his national letter of intent to continue his academic and athletic career at NCAA Division II power Kentucky Wesleyan, on November 18th in a special ceremony

Whitney Spencer signs letter of intent to play soccer at college level

Wayne County High School Senior Whitney Spencer will be attending St. Catharine College next fall due to a partial soccer/academic scholarship she is being awarded. Patriots Soccer Coach Paul Patton was on hand for the official signing ceremony on Wednesday, November 19 in the Wayne County High School Media Center. The senior was joined by fellow soccer team players and her family for the important event.

JROTC Teams Compete Exceptionally Well at Montgomery County Indian Challenge

As the fall of the seasons has arrived, competitive JROTC events also take center stage for the JROTC Cardinal Battalion. After several weeks of preparation that comes with extensive competition, each individual team was excitedly ready to compete at the event.

High School Art Department works in clay and banner design

Students used low-fire clay to create animal clay sculptures. In another project, students designed a banner for the Kentucky School Board Association's annual conference. The banner will be hung at the Galt House in Louisville where school board members from across the state will be able to view the art.

WCHS Door Contest Stresses Teachers' College Allegiances

Teachers at WCHS and WC ATC participated in the door contest to help celebrate College Application Week November 10-14. The guidance counselor's office has sponsored events to help students prepare college applications. In fact, 130 seniors have already applied to college during recent planning sessions. During parent teacher conferences, November 20th, KHEAA Outreach Counselor Audrey Fowler will be available from 6-7 P.M at the WCHS Media Center to help seniors and parents complete college applications.

Character education speaker Jeffrey Dean shared motivational messages with local teens

Wayne County Middle and High School students recently assembled to hear sought-after communicator Jeffrey Dean deliver an abstinence message focusing on respect, sponsored by the local HELP Pregnancy Care Center.

High School JROTC and FCA will be teaming up to serve Thanksgiving meals

The Wayne County High School JROTC and FCA are once again teaming up to feed the shut-ins and less fortunate of Wayne County on Thanksgiving Day.  The students will prepare a meal in the high school cafeteria consisting of turkey, mashed potatoes, peas, and dressing.  This year we encourage anyone who has transportation to  come to the high school to pick up their meals.  In addition, as in years past, the students will be delivering meals to those who cannot come to the high school. 

Wayne County High School Students are making college visits with the help of the KY AHED Grant

Wayne County High School juniors and seniors saw blue during a college visit on November 11th. They didn’t go to the Big Blue of University of Kentucky, though. Instead, these students spent a day at Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia, Kentucky. This trip happened thanks to the KY AHED grant. Carol Ford, the WCHS media specialist, wrote the grant and won the high school $3,000 in grant money from Morehead State University.

Monticello Elementary Students enjoy mobile science unit

3rd graders learned how to create a physical change by transforming a liquid to a solid in an experiement making lip balm. A University of Kentucky Department of Agriculture representative visited Monticello Elementary with his Mobile Science Activity Center. The unit is equipped with small computer screens and scientific instruments which are used during the educational and experimental processes.

Monticello to host world unveiling of Kenny Davis Book

The historic Wayne Theater in Monticello will serve as the venue for the Nov. 20 world unveiling of a book that will likely get national attention in the weeks and months ahead.

WC Cross Country Teams perform well at State Competition

The boys team finished 8th with 2 runners running their personal best times ever. The girls team finshed 14th, their best team finish ever.

Veterans Day assembly coordinated by WC JROTC

Veterans attended the annual event enjoying a solo by WCHS Media Specialist Carol Ford and they Keynote address by former JROTC Cadet SFC Timothy Bertram.

Wayne County Schools gave their best to the veterans at their annual parade/ceremony

WCHS JROTC, Band, and Monticello Elementary Waynetonian Chior performed admirably, along with a special solo by WCHS student Emily Bertram and a Keynote Address by Superintendent Wayne Roberts.

JROTC and FCA team up for Thanksgiving meal preparation

If you or anyone you know would benefit from a hot meal and some Thanksgiving cheer, please contact Karen Campbell or Roxanne Stringer at the Wayne County High School by November 24th.  The phone number is 348-5575

Dance Team named Ultimate Champions at Cheer Elite Championships

The Wayne County High School Dance Team (WCDT) competed in their first competition of the year winning five trophies at the Cheer Elite Championships, a Lexington company, who hosted the competition on November 8th at Pulaski County High School. The competition featured a collection of mini teams, studio teams, and other high school teams, with 30 total routine scheduled to be performed on both dance and cheer. The WCDT competed and won in Pom, Hip Hop, and Country routines during this competition. Since the team won, they will receive a full paid ride and move on to compete at Eastern Kentucky University in March. - See more at: http://www3.wayne.kyschools.us/districtNewsArticle.aspx?artID=1621#sthash.7vu7reGj.dpuf

Congratulations Cards on advancing in Football Playoffs

Special thanks to Austin Garner with 20 rushes for 130 yards and 2 touchdowns against Elizabethtown. Final score was 33-27. After the victory they advance to play this Friday, November 14th against Corbin at 7:30 P.M. Go Cards!

High School Dance Team to compete this weekend

The Wayne County High School Dance Team (WCDT) will be competing in their first competition of the year this weekend. Cheer Elite Championships, a Lexington company, is hosting the competition on November 8th at Pulaski County High School.

High School FBLA united to read with Monticello Elementary Students

October 23rd members of the high school Future Business Leaders of America club went to Monticello Elementary and participated in a leadership project called Unite to Read.  They read the book The Juice Box Bully to all of the 4th grade classes. 

WCHS Students recognized in art contest

The Monticello Woman's Club congratulates Alex Bowling and Allison Cooper on their winning entries at the KFWC 9th District student art competition.

Wayne County Cross Country varsity boys place first at Region for third consecutive year

Even though the local cross country teams endured brutal weather at the 2014 Regional Cross Country Championship over the weekend, both the boys and girls were able to advance to state competition.

Wayne County Schools Celebrate Food Day during School Lunch, October 24th

The Wayne County Food Service Nutrition Department pulled out all the stops recently to celebrate national Food Day to promote healthy, affordable, and sustainable food in their menu choices. They are all about getting their customers to try something new that is good for them.

Bell Elementary students enjoyed visiting the pumpkin patch

The High School Agriculture classes shared pumpkins grown in the school garden with the young students. The Wayne County Extension Service assisted the school district by supplementing extra pumpkins since the weather conditions caused a pumpkin poor harvest this year.

Check out some Halloween treat tips included in the read more.

Beta Club Blood Drive was a great success

The WCHS Beta Club hosted a successful blood drive on Friday, October 24th. Beta Members and high school students alike donated several hours and several pints to help support the Kentucky Blood Centers.

Lights on After School celebrates 5th year anniversary of 21st Century Program

Families enjoyed activities ranging from Hooked on Science to the RECC Electric Demonstration to a creative dinner menu on Thursday, October 23rd. It was a great  evening to celebrate the highly successful after school learning program that has made a big difference for students. 

Wayne County Cross Country Teams Host Cave Lake Fall Classic Meet on Saturday, October 25th

It was a clean sweep for the high school boys and girls squads during the huge home meet which was the last scheduled competition for the regular season. The high school boys logged another win, while the girls recorded their first win of the season. Middle School runner Orie Roysdon won for the middle school boys level race. Wayne County's elementary boys team finished second in their competition. Good luck to varsity this Saturday, November 1 at Region 5 Class AA Cross Country Championship at Anderson Dean Park! 

Sixth Graders enjoy Agriculture Safety Day

Thanks to the local volunteers who taught important safety messages to students at Progressive Agriculture Safety Day. Students rotated in small groups from station to station. Topics ranged from chemical safety, to lawn mower safety, to water safety.

Fields of Faith will hold final night of Revival at First Baptist

FCA has been sponsoring a youth rally for the past several nights at First Baptist Church. The community is invited to attend the final program Wednesday, October 29, which will feature an inspiring message and Christian praise and worship music. Program starts at 6:30 p.m. The event had been scheduled for Jewell Field, however, has been changed to First Baptist due to weather conditions.

WCHS to hold informational meeting regarding competitive High School Programs

Wayne County High School is hosting an informational session for high school students and parents in the school Media Center from 6:00 - 7:00 PM this Thursday, October 30th.  Counselors will share the competitive outside opportunities that are available for students.

Wayne County Reps meet in Berea to launch new GEAR UP Program

Representatives from Wayne County Schools met with superintendents and representatives from 13 other school districts, Partners for Education staff and Berea College President Dr. Lyle Roelofs at historic Boone Tavern last week to celebrate the launch of the newest GEAR UP program at Berea College.

Congratulations Wayne County Marching Band for distinguished rating KMEA Quarter Finals!

The band competed on Saturday, October 25 and placed 4th with a score of 85.5, earning a distinguished rating in the Kentucky Music Educators Association Quaterfinal class 3A East competition.

Wayne County School Counselors call attention to Safe Schools Week with County and City Officials

Mayor Jeffrey Edwards and County Judge Executive Greg Rankin signed a proclamation designating October 19-25 Safe Schools week in Wayne County, as many other counties across the state have also done.  

WCHS Freshmen play Truth or Consequences: The Choice is Yours

Almost 300 students from the Wayne County campus, Otter Creek Academy and the Boys Camp participated in Truth and Consequences: The Choice is Yours enrichment event on October 2nd. The National Guard Armory was filled with law enforcement cruisers, a mock courtroom, and booths representing a variety of local agencies.

Congratulations to WCHS Volleyball Team on advancing to the Region Tournment set to begin October 27th

The Cardinals defeated the Raiders in 4 sets, winning the game 3-1 on the first night of the District Tournament hosted by the Cardinals.On the second night, the Cards played one of their best games of the season, but lost a close match to Southwestern 3-1.

Girls Soccer concludes season at Regional Tournament at Southwestern on October 21st

Girls soccer team were named district runner-up, but lost in the first round of regional play.The high school girls soccer team perservered through several transitions during their season. Ending the season with a record of 2 wins, 2 ties, and 11 losses. Thank you to Coaches Kelli Hammond and Tony McCracken for their guidance in the last half of the season.

Walker Early Learning Center welcomes Board of Education members for monthly meeting on October 20th
Arts and Humanities educational opportunities which are part of the Program Reviews were emphasized during the monthly board meeting. Walker Elementary students sang “My Country Tis of Thee” under the direction of Music Teacher Amy Cross. Art Teacher Tonya Marcum coordinated a student display of art work for viewing. During board business Architect Mike Sparkman reviewed plans for an addition to the WCMS. The board approved the initial schematic design.
Wayne County Schools FCA Youth Rally to be held after school

Wayne County Schools FCA Annual Youth Rally is coming up on October 26-28 at First Baptist Church. "Uncaged Lion," a Christian praise and worship band will be providing music and Somerset's Victory Christian Church Youth Pastor Chris Edwards will be speaking. Those services will be followed by Fields of Faith on October 29 at Jewell Football Field.  

Congratulations to WCHS Football Seniors!

The senior football players were recognized before the October 17th game against McCreary County. The team celebrated the senior's dedication to the sport and also their big win against the McCreary Central team.

WCHS Boys Soccer participated in Regional Tournament in Mercer County

Wayne County lost 6-0 to Mercer County, the number one team in the region, on October 20th. However the team experienced a very competitive season and considered it a success for a young team. They finished their season with a record of 4 wins, 11 losses, and 5 draws.

Seniors honored at band's performance of "Hush" at halftime on October 17th

Wayne County Band performed "Hush" at the final home football game in the midst of a busy competition season. On October 4th, they placed 2nd in their class, 3rd overall, and received the Director's Cup at the Pulaski County Invitational. They also performed Saturday, October 18th at the Barren County Invitational where they were delighted to receive a Distinguished Rating of 83.75 in the finals after making the preliminary cut. In addition, they received a fifth place ranking overall out of 10 bands participating. The quarter finals will be held next Saturday, on October 25th at Bourbon County.

Retired School Counselor speaks to high school students about the economics of attending college

Hardin Phillips shared important information regarding loans, credit card debt, and smart financial planning to local seniors.

Wayne County Schools endorse Kentucky School Safety Week

Wayne County Safe School’s Week will officially begin October 19th and will end on October 25th, but the spirit of the week should be carried throughout the school year.

High School Beta Club Members Want Wayne County Terrified!

The Wayne County High School Beta Club has been serving our high school and community for years, but their first public event is being held this month. The club will be hosting their final haunted house presentation this Friday, October 24th from 6:00-10:00 p.m. at the former Wayne County preschool building on Albany Road. Proceeds from this community event will support future Beta Club projects.

WCHS Volleyball will host District Tournament starting Monday, October 20th

The season is winding down for WCHS volleyball program. On October 14th, the team honored senior Claudia De-Hay, who has played for five years. The varsity game with Pulaski County was broadcast on local TV and the district website live. The girls will face McCreary County on Monday night in the first round of the District Tournament at the Rodney Woods Gymnasium.

Wayne County Marching Band performed "Hush" at the recent Pulaski County Invitational

The band competed on October 4th

Corbin Kirksey Competes in Boy's State Golf Tournament

Corbin Kirksey had a strong showing in last week's Boy's State Tournament held in Bowling Green Kentucky.

High School Music Humanities classes compose their own music

Mr. Logan Butler's high school music humanities classes learned to compose their own melodies through Finale 2012. Finale 2012 is a computer software program that allowed the students to compose melodies, add harmonies, and notate piano accompaniment. Students printed their music and played their pieces on piano or xylophone.

Wayne County students participate in scrap metal recycling GT fundraiser

Wayne County students will hold a scrap metal recycling fundraiser for GT on Saturday, October 18th from 7 A.M. to 4 P.M. at the Wayne County School District Maintenance Garage(Across from WCHS)

Wayne County School District’s Unbridled Learning Assessments and Accountability results released for the 2013-2014 school year

The state mandated accountability profile revealed that the overall district score fell into the “Needs Improvement” category. The district’s overall score for last year was 66.3 placing them in the 60th percentile in Kentucky.

Chamber of Commerce members enjoy being 'PALS' at thank you luncheon

Wayne County Schools thanked local business representatives for the countless things to support  educational efforts on the Wayne County Schools campus at a luncheon on September 24th. The district appreciates the valuable support from the community and shared initiatives with them for the upcoming school year.

Flu vaccines available to Wayne County School Employees

                Kentucky Employees’ Health Plan will be offering free flu vaccines again this year for all health plan members. As part of Wayne County Schools Employee Wellness Program, flu shots will be conveniently given at the work place.

                Rite Aid Pharmacist Ashton Coffey will be providing the service to local employees. Flu vaccines will be available at each school on October 15 and 16 (See attached times on district calendar on front page of website in right hand column). Boys Camp, Otter Creek, Maintenance Department, and all other employees may attend any available session at their convenience. Employees seeking further information may contact District Health Coordinator Patty Burton at 348-8484. 

                A screening questionnaire and consent form is linked below so employees may complete any paper work at their convenience prior to receiving the vaccine. Employees will also need to have their insurance card number included on the completed form. A sign-up sheet will be posted at each school in the front office.    

Good luck to WCHS Marching Band this Saturday, October 4th at Pulaski County Marching Band Invitational

Wayne County Marching Band will be taking the field in competition this Saturday at the Pulaski County Marching Invitational to be held at the Pulaski County High School. The Contest will begin at 1:00 p.m. ET Wayne County will perform their 2014 show “Hush” in preliminary competition at 2:15.

Congratulations WCHS on winning regional award for state's High Attendance Day

With all of the antics and promotions, Wayne County Schools’ high attendance day resulted in some fairly good percentages at the various levels, along with a regional winner.

WC Golf Team finishes fourth at 10th Region Tournament

Corbin Kirksey finishes as runner-up and qualifies for state tournament. Wayne County shot a team score of 324 and finished in 4th place at this year’s 10th region golf tournament. 

Wayne County Bus Evacuation this Friday, October 3rd

Wayne County Schools will conduct the second mandated bus evacuation training for students who ride regular routes, extra-curricular events, or field trips on school buses. The purpose of the drill is to familiarize students with proper saftey procedures. Classes will be dismissed at 2:45pm.

Wayne County Schools Endorses Kentucky School Safety Week

Wayne County schools proclaim October 19-25, 2014 as Safe School Week. This year's theme "LEAN On Me; Stop the Bullying!" focuses on the culture of the school.

Monticello Elementary School Wins High Attendance within the District

Assistance Principal Darran Vickery braved pie-wielding students and buckets of ice to celebrate High Attendance day with the Monticello Elementary students and staff. Thanks to each of the schools who were very creative planning special events to highlight High Attendance Day!

Cardinal Security Bank Open House

The mission of Cardinal Security Bank is to educate students about banking procedures by offering small loans and saving accounts to the students and faculty of Wayne County High School. The purpose of the student bank is not to earn a large profit. It will be operated in an efficient manner in order to teach sound business practices.

The Center for Rural Development is now accepting applications for the 2015 Rogers Scholars program

The Center for Rural Development is accepting applications now through Jan. 31 for the 2015 summer session of the Rogers Scholars youth leadership program.

Congratulations to WCHS Lady Cardinal Volleyball Team on Win Over McCreary County Friday, September 26th

The girls won three straight sets out of five for the recent win. Good luck to the girls who face Casey County Monday, September 29th, Russell County on Tuesday, September 30th, & Rockcastle on Thursday, October 2nd - all away games. The team is currently 2-1 in the district.

Middle and high school students met at the pole at Jewell Field before school recently

FCA students prayed for our country's leaders, community, and school during the annual service that they orchestrated. Several local ministers and FCA sponsors joined the students.

Scrap Metal Recycling GT Fundraiser to be Held October 18th

Wayne County students are being very creative in fundraising efforts for a spring school sponsored gifted and talented trip to Puerto Rico. They are providing a service to the community by providing a recycling scrap metal collection point where residents can get rid of used or broken scrap metal items, which they can redeem into funds for their trip.

Beta Club to Host Haunted House

The Beta Club will host a haunted house, "Dr. Caspian's Plague Dream" on October 17th, and 24th from 6-10 PM at the old preschool A. J. Lloyd Middle School and the softball field. Admission will be $3 per person and is open to the public. Not suitable for children under age 10.

Good Luck to Cardinal Football Team as they face Bell County

Fans can watch tonight's (September 26th) football game against Bell County on Facebook (click read more to see the link) or follow great coverage from local radio stations.

Z93 Country at 6:30 for the SEC Report & the Shawn Thompson Show followed by kick-off at 7:30pm.

Or follow on air WKYM-FM 101.7 or online at WKYM.com available on your SmartPhone or Tablet with the free WKYM App beginning at 6:30.

Congratulations to the Wayne County Marching Band for Taking First Place at North Laurel Marching Invitation

The Marching Band took first place in class 3A at the North Laurel marching invitation! Color guard and percussion both finished 2nd in class 3A. The band also placed 4th overall out of 17 bands. Great job marching band students!

WCHS Homecoming King and Queen Crowned

The homecoming court enjoyed riding in the parade Thursday night in celebration of the homecoming game. During halftime at Friday night's game, the homecoming 1st attendent, 2nd attendent, and king and queen were announced.

Wayne County School Board Endorses New Educational Initiatives

Community support need to maximize success of early literacy efforts.

Wayne County Golf Team Wins South Laurel Invitational

The Wayne County Golf team captured their 2nd Championship of the 2014 season last weekend at London Country Club.  The Golf Cards shot a team score of 315 to win the South Laurel Invitational. Pulaski County also fired a round of 315; however, Wayne County won the tie-breaker by having the lowest back 9 score between the two squads.

Homecoming Carnival Sponsored by WC Marching Band After Parade

Come to Wayne County High School for a Homecoming Carnival Thursday, September 18th, directly following the Homecoming Parade. The event will be located in the parking lot directly behind the high school. All proceeds will support the Wayne County Marching Band. Admission is $1.00 and with game tickets costing $.50 each or 12 for $5.00.

High Schoolers Have Fun Participating in Spirit Week

Monday-Mathletes VS Athletes
Tuesday-Character Day
Wednesday-Red Carpet
Thursday-Destination Day
Friday-Cardinal Spirit Day

Attendance is important and will be focused on during High Attendance Day

High Attendance Day is set for Thursday, September 18th. All kinds of special events will be held for students. Be sure and attend!

Congratulations to the WCHS 2014 Homecoming Court

The Homecoming King and Queen will be announced at halftime at Friday night's football game when the Cardinals face Southwestern @ 7:30PM. The class of 1995 will be honored with a reception at the high school cafeteria during halftime and after the game. On Thursday there will be a parade showcasing the Homecoming Court, Football team, and School support groups. The band will also be holding a Homecoming Carnival Thursday night 7-9 PM featuring food, fun, and games for the whole family; along with a performance from the WCMS Dance team.

Media Centers holding book fairs and promotions

During September 15-19 the WCHS library media center will be hosting games of cards and checkers each morning except Wednesday (see link below). Students have been busy shopping at book fairs across the campus (see below).

Employees... It's Back To You Season

Don't miss the Weight Watchers Open House on Thursday, September 18, 2014 at 4:00 p.m. Walker Early Learning Center - Mobile Classroom Building. To date, Wayne County's Total weight loss is 385 pounds. Join your colleagues to see New Beginnings happen right here at work.

WCHS Participates in Cardinal Spirit Week in Celebration of Homecoming

Stay tuned for upcoming spirit week activities at Wayne County High School. Go Cards!

WCHS Beta Club is Taking the Steps Toward a Better World with WaterStep

The High School Beta Club is helping to provide safe water to people around the world by hosting a shoe drive from September 10th to November 7th . Shoes of any size and condition can be dropped off at in the library or in the office. The shoes will be donated to WaterStep, an organization that uses training and technology to create long-lasting water solutions for developing countries.

Monticello Elementary Students participate in FCA before school starts

There were 275 students in attendence. Students learned about wearing their 'Armor of God' at the meeting. FCA meets every Friday morning before school on a voluntary basis.

Student Groups Support Wayne County Football Program

Cheerleaders, Dance Team, Band, and fans enjoy supporting Friday football game at Jewell Field.

Wayne County Cardinal Football Starts Home Season

After a hard fought game, Wayne County falls to Garrad County 14-7

After School Supper Meals Now Available For Students

Wayne County School District announces participation in the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program administered by the Kentucky Department of Education. 

Two Wayne County High School Seniors Appear on Cover of Kentucky Living RECC Magazine

                You might call WCHS students Melody Massengale and Morgan Sexton cover girls after appearing in a photo with neighboring students representing the South Kentucky RECC in the annual Rural Electric Washington Youth Tour in June. The photo was taken by Kentucky Living Photographer Tim Webb. 

Hands On... Throwing Clay on a Wheel

Wayne County High School art students enjoy participating in pottery demonstration courtesy of Wayne County Extension Program Assistant Seth Hart

Wayne County Golf Team Wins Barren County Invitational

Congratulations to the Wayne County golf team who fired a team score of 306 to take home the championship at Barren River Golf Course on August 23rd. 

Cardinal golfers off to a good start

The 2014 Wayne County golf team is off to a strong start this season.

School FFA Garden is Being Harvested

Students are benefitting from fresh vegetables in the school cafeteria, picked from from the FFA school garden.