WCHS was able to host their annual pancake breakfast the day before the ACT exam was taken at school, with the help of some special volunteers. The pancake breakfast is held in support of the junior class who took the state mandated ACT test March 8th. The school provided a special lunch for the juniors to give them a little extra support after the exam. State exams are important for everyone in the community in our climb upward. Special thanks to the Monticello Lion’s Club for cooking some delicious pancakes, and to Patricia Lay, Mike Anderson, Tom Simmons, Bobby Upchurch, and the office of Heather Morrow Piercy for serving them. The district's local partners' investment in the youth of Wayne County never goes unnoticed.
Lion's Club flips pancakes on the grill for students
(l-r:) Patricia Lay, Tom Simmons and Mike Anderson helped serve the pancakes.
The Lions Club did a great job cooking the pancakes with Larry Bates armed with a spatula.
Pancakes customized for Juniors
Groups of Juniors visited the pancake bar in the food lab classroom.