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Bat Card Pitcher Renan Dobbs at the mound Wayne County Girls Softball Team Wayne County Girls Tennis Team Wayne County 2022 Tennis Team Congrats to Monticello Chamber of Commerce Educator of the Year 1SG George Snyder and Outstanding Citizen Lindsey Sexton along with other Wayne County School nominees Kelly Brown, Brenda Hoover, Joshua Parmley, Beth Corder and Jessica Foster. Wayne County Band did a great job performing for parents in March! WCHS FFA students competed at Campbellsville University at the annual regional speech day. WCHS Academic Team Seniors and team won District Governor's Cup while John Rains advanced to state competition Congrats to 8th Grade Basketball Team on winning State Tournament! Cheerleaders stand at attention for the National Anthem at the start of a home high school basketball game. WC ATC FBLA Officers  (l-r:) Rylee Mullins, Haley Coffey, Harley Hodge, and Amber Clark being sworn in as the club's new officers Wayne County Schools first load of donations for tornado relief efforts were taken to the Green River Regional Educational Co-op in Bowling Green, KY. Thanks to everyone that contributed! Charlie Humble enjoyed getting a close up look at the Bravo Cabbage plants in the beautifully tended School Garden on Farm Dinner Night. Volunteers, staff and students worked together to cook 800 Thanksgiving meals for the needy 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 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. MackiLee Worley  was excited to decorate the spot she will be parking her car in during her senior year. Macie Blevins and Brayden Sloan were named Prom Queen and King after their peers voted for them. WCHS Counselor Tiffani Bertram shares information about high school with eighth graders 21st Century sponsors December Festival of Lights Drive-Thru Event Congratulations to the Region 2 FBLA Winners Tech Design Students work on "Clovers for Cures" Macey Blevins celebrates being in the 2,000 point club Seniors from the Boys Basketball Team Wayne County Varsity Cheerleaders performed at the UCA National High School Cheerleading Championships Learning Academy staff member Barbara Simpson-Laws enjoyed dining with student Trenton Neal Wayne wins District Championship WCHS Dance Team making history at KHSAA Region Jazz Runner Up and moving on to KHSAA State Level Competition! Golf Team did very well at State Congrats to Cross Country Team Regional Runner Up's Cardinals beat long time rival Corbin Redhounds WCHS Marching Band performs "House of Cards" at the football game Soccer Seniors Drum Major Amanda Harvey leads the band in "The Hand You're Dealt" STEM related instruction engages students' interest Homecoming Candidates Wayne County High School's First Football team celebrates 50 year reunion JROTC Color Guard participates in opening day for staff 2019 Band Spring Concert 2019 Academic Hall of Fame Inductees 2019 Casting Cardinals Wayne County FBLA brought home several trophies from the region conference 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 Cheerleaders holding their pom-poms to their hearts during the Pledge of Allegiance. 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
Farm Day is a favorite for the kids at Walker Early Learning Center Cobb representative with Andrea Moreno from Red team

Wayne County preschoolers and kindergarten students from Walker Early Learning Center had a great time at their annual Farm Day. Special thanks to the Extension Office, Conservation Office, FFA, and Cobb who were among the many participants who worked hard to make it especially interesting for the youngest learners on campus.

Archery Banquet rewards students' achievements WCMS Academic Archers

Wayne County Archery had a good year.  All three teams competed in six tournaments.  The Wayne County High School team also competed in the KHSAA Regional tournament, which was hosted locally.

Five Wayne County students selected for The Center for Rural Development's youth programs The Center for Rural Development logo

The Center announced the following five students who will have the privilege of participating in summer youth learning adventures that include: Madelyn Frogge, Landyn Beck, Taylor Hicks, Emily Shearer, and Brayden Lowe.   

 

 

WC ATC students enjoyed the SCC Road Show ATC Instructor Dana Hurd in helicopter

Wayne County Area Technology students and Wayne County High School students got a thorough glimpse of all the interesting subject areas being taught nearby at Somerset KCTCS at the Road Show special event held at home. Students visited booths pertaining to all kinds of fields including everything from airplane mechanics to cosmetology and everything in between.

FBI Special Agent shares information about safety with counselors at recent training FBI visits counselors to discuss safety

Wayne County School counselors and administrators gathered recently for a meeting to learn more about “Crimes against Children and Human Trafficking on the Internet” to enlighten them in order to try and combat this increasing nationwide problem. Wayne County Schools Director of Pupil Personnel Stewart York introduced the group to Supervisory Special Agent Grant R. Blevins of the U.S. Department of Justice Federal Bureau of Investigation, who gave an informative presentation on this alarming issue in Kentucky. Blevins, whose family is from Wayne County and has ties to Wayne County Schools, provided the local educators with a professional view of what is happening in the 23 counties that the five FBI agents based in London and two FBI agents in Pikeville are encountering on a regular basis.

Boys Tennis Team experiencing positive season Team photo

The Boys Tennis Team is experiencing a positive season with an overall record of 11-3., especially considering that it is a small team this year. They started out the week on a high note defeating Lincoln County 7-2 and followed that up with a win over Southwestern 9-0. All six members of the team will qualify for regional competition beginning May 17th. Check out their schedule in May which includes several home games and support the team!  

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