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21st Century Program provides unique hands-on lessons Science Rules during an experiment in Cain Robert's classroom Third Graders release Monarch Butterflies in pollinator garden Wayne County Band competes at North Laurel Homecoming King and Queen and Runner-Up Candidates The Football Cards and fans were thrilled  with Jack Kelsey's dramatic 34-yard field goal on September 3 in the final moments, bringing the score to 23-20 for the home team! ATC student Drew Buswell presented a digital presentation on Hand Tools to his Carpentry Class. Each of the students were graded on their oral presentation, content, use of graphics, text formatting, and spelling by Instructor Josh Parmley. ATC Principal John Kinnett and Welding Instructor Alan Bell chatted with Dr. Carey Castle, Somerset KCTCS President, who was one of the guests touring the new ATC facility at the 50th Anniversary Special Event. Amy Young was happy for her daughter Willow to attend Kindergarten at Walker Early Learning Center! MackiLee Worley  was excited to decorate the spot she will be parking her car in during her senior year. STEM related instruction engages students' interest An aerial shot of Wayne County School District's Campus including the Football Field, WCMS, and the school garden.
FCCLA announces officers and first volunteer project New Officers for FCCLA


The Wayne County High School Chapter of Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is off to a great start. On November 19, the 2021-22 chapter officer installation took place. Shaylie Dobbs was elected chapter president. Tori Walters and Delaney Lester will both serve in Vice President positions. On November 20, a group of FCCLA members/officers volunteered at Christmas Village. Members helped children shop for their family and friends in the Santa Shop. Advisor Shannon Foster said that she is very proud of this group and expects great things from them! 

WCHS Dance Team do well at regional dance competition Pom squad stays together

The Wayne County High School Dance Team traveled to George Rogers Clark High School in Winchester to compete on November 20th in the KHSAA Dance Regionals. They finished as the top placing small school in the entire Region Three. They were thrilled to get a fourth place finish in the jazz category, as they were up against eight other teams which included some of the biggest schools in the state. In the pom category, they placed seventh out of 12. Both local teams qualified for the state finals scheduled for December 12 at George Rogers Clark High School. They are coached by Pam Campbell, who also operates Force Dance Academy in Monticello.

Food Drive at Wayne County Middle School Students brought all kinds of canned goods to school for food drive

Kim Winchester's class put together and worked on the WCMS food drive this year. They collected 2955 items (mostly cans). All of the items are piled up in the atrium right now.  They are requesting that any churches or other organizations that can use the items contact the school at 348-6691 and then send a representative to the Middle School to pick it up. 

Leslie Lester talks to Leslye Rice's class about their family business Lester answered students' questions

The Wayne County High School Chapter of Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is off to a great start. On November 19, the 2021-22 chapter officer installation took place. Shaylie Dobbs was elected chapter president. Tori Walters and Delaney Lester will both serve in Vice President positions. On November 20, a group of FCCLA members/officers volunteered at Christmas Village. Members helped children shop for their family and friends in the Santa Shop. Advisor Shannon Foster said that she is very proud of this group and expects great things from them!

ATC students learn masonry techniques and block laying patterns ATC students learn masonry techniques and block laying patterns

Masonry week is always an eventful week in Carpentry. Carpentry students at the Wayne County ATC learned to mix mortar with the proper ratio of cement, sand, and water. Students also learned block laying patterns and engaged in a block laying competition at the end of the week. Students learned to work together in groups to explore strengths and weaknesses.

Think of the school garden harvest this season when being thankful! Charli Humble enjoyed the garden

FFA/agriculture students most recently have been finishing up the cold weather harvest and cleaning up the garden. But, at its peak this fall, the Farm Dinner Night was held where students did a good job informing visitors about this year's crop of vegetables. The garden was in perfect condition thanks to the Wayne County Extension Office and all the students' efforts to maintain it. Much of the harvest fed students' school lunches this fall.

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