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Board Chairman Larry Muse presented Christian Francesco Mateo his diploma Gage Tucker delivered the Salutatorian's Address at Graduation Principal Steve Thompson shakes hands with Class of 2021 Valedictorian Ethan Huffaker at Graduation. Seniors Macie Blevins and Braedon Sloan were named Prom Queen and King after their peers voted for them. Kate Brown got to meet the Cardinal Bird at Bell Elementary’s Plant the Seeds of Learning Family Reading Night Drive-Through WCHS Counselor Tiffani Bertram shares information about high school with eighth graders Monticello Elementary student Emily Gregory with Clifford the Dog at the Child Plus Fair Cumberland Family Healthy Kids Clinic Staff on hand for Child Plus Fair Principal Angela Ballinger reads a book to her students virtually, following drive-thru event. Kindergarten Teacher Beth Corder hands out literacy package to students at Walker's Thankfulness drive thru Preschool Teacher Nicki Prince spent time with her new student Victorya Perez at Orientation. Preschooler Maci Floyd enjoyed orientation at Walker Early Learning Center Bus Driver Mike Cooksey pushes a cart of food to be loaded on buses traveling on meal distribution routes. Buses line up to pick up meals to be delivered to kids along 10 different routes Ralph Reynolds carries out a load of food to a school bus distributing meals Actors perform A Christmas Carol Scene from A Christmas Carol Huge crowd attends Camp Read-A-Lot at Monticello Elementary Coaches are thrilled over cards beating Corbin with score of 18-16 DAV performs a 21-gun salute honoring the local veterans STEM related instruction engages students' interest Walter Hobbs (Micah Burchett) and Mr. Greenway (Palmer Smith) in Elf JR musical presented by Monticello Elementary An aerial shot of Wayne County School District's Campus including the Football Field, WCMS, and the school garden.

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Board of Education meets during June meeting WC Seal

The Wayne County Board of Education unanimously approved a salary schedule for the employees that included a 1.5 percent raise across the board for salaried employees, as well as a $1 an hour raise for hourly classified employees. Bus drivers will receive a $10 a day raise. The raises, especially in regard to the classified staff, will help local salaries be more competitive so the district can retain and recruit employees to fill positions. The raises will become effective in the 2021-22 school year.  

Project Graduation caps off the Senior's experience group photos on field

Thanks to a committee of parents, Project Graduation was held on Jewell Field immediately following the Main Street Parade. A huge variety of prizes were given out. The committee surprised the students with the featured musical guest, Elvie Shane, a popular country music singer from Kentucky. Students enjoyed the special entertainment and also participated in all kinds of activities before the concert. 

Seniors enjoy participating in Main Street Parade on final day of school Senior standing in Sunroof

The local government supported the 2021 Senior Parade down Main Street after the final day of school. Seniors had fun being recognized in their hometown.

Wayne County School Teachers honored in Campbellsville College Excellence in Teaching Awards Excellence in Education Awards

Wayne County Schools are proud to have three teachers selected to be included in the Excellence in Teaching Virtual Ceremony hosted by Campbellsville College. Walker Early Learning Center Teacher Becky Lewis, Wayne County Middle School Teacher Braxton Shearer, and Wayne County High School Teacher Liz McClain were recognized for their outstanding contributions to education. Check out the video link inside.

Congratulations to 2021 WCHS Academic Hall of Fame Carol Ford announcing the Academic Hall of Fame

There was a large group that qualified totalling 56 seniors. Students meeting the following conditions after the first seven
semesters were inducted into the Academic Hall of Fame: A cumulative grade point average of 3.75; met the ACT College Benchmarks (or their equivalent for state accountability) OR have passed 2 Dual Credit classes with a B or better grade; have maintained at least 94% attendance rate (excluding excused absences). These seniors were recognized during Senior Night Awards when Media Specialist Carol Ford presented a video for the audience to watch in their honor. 

Summer School and 21st Century Summer Camp underway Transportation is provided during summer school

Wayne County's 21st Century Program started summer camp and activities for students who will be in grades three through eight when school starts in the fall on June 7th. Every summer, students have enriched their minds with creative activities including a wealth of topics to choose from like: competitive cook offs, literary events, drama productions. exciting field trips, and physical training. Besides 21st Century, Summer School is taking a front row seat to help students at every school level catch up.

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