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2019 Academic Hall of Fame Inductees WCHS Staff passes along positive notes to encourage students (L-R) Top row: S3DA Coach Bobby Upchurch, WCHS Archery Coach Forrest Shelton, S3DA Coach Kristi Upchurch, UC Head Coach Kris Strebeck, Asst. UC Coach Caleb Kirby
Bottom row: Gary Cross, Elliott Cross, Christina Cross, Morgan Cross 2019 Girls Tennis Team 2019 Boys Tennis Team 2019 Bat Cards Boys Baseball Team 2019 Fastpitch Girls Softball Team 2019 Track Team 2019 Casting Cardinals Wayne County FFA students compete at Lake Cumberland Regional FFA Day Wayne County FBLA brought home several trophies from the region conference The 2019 JROTC Annual Ball The 2018-2019 Student Mentors (l-r) Callista Mann, Shanna Rice, Lauren Hughes, and Maggie Stinson Wayne County Coach Rodney Woods won his 900th career game on Tuesday, February 8 Cards stand at attention for the flag presented by the JROTC Color Guard Cheerleaders holding their pom-poms to their hearts during the Pledge of Allegiance. The WCHS Cheerleaders performing during halftime 

Lady Cards stand in camaraderie while they said the Pledge of Allegiance Musicians Elizabeth Hoskins and Maggie Stinson in Pep Band The WCHS Dance Team performing at the doubleheader basketball game on January 25th JROTC presents Garrison Flag at the doubleheader basketball game on January 25th Abby Smith performing on her guitar during the 2018-19 WCHS Talent Show Senior LCMEA All-District Band Students learn 3D Printing Skills at WCHS Boys Basketball Varsity Team Lady Cards Basketball Varsity Team AP Literature and Composition teacher Jeremy Barnett assisting a student with an assignment. Members of the Board of Education break ground for the new ATC building An aerial shot of Wayne County School District's Campus including the Football Field, WCMS, and the school garden. KDE encourages drivers to be cautious of school buses loading students as the new school year begins
Summer Food Program to Kick Off on June 4th summer feeding logo

Wayne County Schools will be kicking off the Summer Food Program at Memorial Park on June 4th from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Four Public Universities Commit to University Center of Southern Kentucky Congressman Rogers announces EKU, WKU, MSU & UK as partners of the new University Center of Southern Kentucky

The new University Center of Southern Kentucky (UCSK) will open with the fall semester of 2019 on the campus of Somerset Community College (SCC), allowing third and fourth-year students to continue pursuing their degrees close to home. 

Wayne County Senior Selected to Participate in PEPP Scholars Program  Colton Morrow PEPP

Colton Morrow is one of twenty Kentucky students chosen to participate in the University of Kentucky Professional Education Preparation Program (PEPP) Scholars this summer. 

Summer Meals Program Schedule Announced By Foods Service Department Kids Eat Logo

Wayne County Schools will be kicking off the Summer Food Program at Memorial Park on June
4th from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Kids 18 and under can receive a free breakfast and lunch. The Lunch Box
Express mobile feeding bus will be serving students at four stops from June 3 – July 25. Stops along the
route included: Memorial Park, Aspire Center, Worsham Place Apartments, and Mason Green
Apartments. Other locations where meals are being served at specific times are: Wayne County Middle
School, Wayne County High School, WC Public Library, and Cave Lake Event Park.
Attached is a complete schedule. No mobile routes will be served on June 4th.

WCHS enjoys SGA and FFA Events on a Friday Afternoon Girls play powder puff football game

On Friday, May 10th, WCHS students enjoyed a day of fun events after the week's testing. FFA sponsored a 'Kiss the Goat' contest with English Teacher Todd Viars winning it. The Student Government Association sponsored a flag football powder puff game, while broadcasting the plays from the press box at Jewell Field. 

Handprints are becoming a common tradition at WCHS for all freshmen students Handprints are becoming a common tradition at WCHS for all freshman students

Putting your handprints on wooden silhouette that represents your class in which you are graduating with, has become a tradition at WCHS. Each classes' handprint artwork is displayed at the High School. Josh Parmley's carpentry class created the wooden numbers and the students provided the handprints. Take a look at the Class of 2022!

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