Link to Live Broadcast
“Get Involved…Pledge Against Bullying”
The District Non-Discrimination Policy may be viewed here.
WCHS Veterans Day Celebration 2019
Wayne County's Veterans Parade
Besides studying subjects and learning skills to prepare for the workforce, Wayne County High School students have to learn their school’s language of GPA’s, transcripts, credits, dual credit, KEES awards, scholarships, and advanced placement.
Wayne County students and other volunteers prepared turkey, mashed potatoes, peas, dressing, and brownies for those in need from the high school cafeteria. The volunteers managed to serve 750 meals to local residents who would not have had a Thanksgiving meal otherwise.
The Wayne County High School Tech Design class is growing yet again. The class just
launched a website that is accessible to all those with a Wayne County School District email
account. The link is under the Staff tab. (Staff --> Tech Design Class website)
Kentucky Shakespeare professional actors used primary source documents to bring key events from United States history to life, focusing on citizens' rights and responsibilities as a democratic society today. "We the People" asks students to reflect on America’s formation, ask questions, and consider civic action in their own communities.
First Southern Bank sponsored a wonderful "Smart with Money" program recently. Ventriloquist Lori Bruner traveled to Monticello Elementary School with her cast of characters to share an age-appropriate economics lesson on making wise decisions.
Wayne County Schools will once again participate in Kentucky’s Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) program, which allows school districts to conduct classes through virtual or other means on days that the district would normally have to cancel for inclement weather.