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    Wayne County Schools campus closed the week of Thanksgiving. Virtual instruction resumes Monday, Nov. 30. 

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School Board endorses all classes shut down week of Thanksgiving WC Seal

Wayne County students and all school staff will get a little extra holiday break next week, taking a week away from classwork for Thanksgiving.(Also, check out the Wayne County Schools Recap and Governor's restrictions inside)

Masks donated to students and staff by caring individuals Marcia Carlton with some of the masks she has made to give away.

      Some people see a need and try their best to find a solution; rather than complain and worry about themselves. Ladies like Marcia Carlton and Donna Rose fit this description.  The Wayne County School District has benefitted from their willingness to help others during the on-going pandemic. When there was a reported lack of personal protective equipment, both these ladies got to work making masks to help protect local residents from the spread of COVID-19.

JROTC Raider Team enjoys hiking expedition since not able to participate in competitions Raiders practicing with heavy loads

This fall, some of the WC JROTC Raider Team members participated in an eight-mile road march. Since, they are not able to compete due to COVID-19, they are doing more of the fun activities to keep the cadets excited about their team activities. 1SG George Snyder took those participating on the hike - out and back from the Dicks Gap Overlook to the Devils Jump and Blue Heron Overlook. Cadets participating were: Cadet Captain Madison Johnson, Cadet Second Lieutenant Drew Buswell, Cadet Private Second Class Elijah Kidwell, and Cadet Privates Bryson Redman, Roscoe J. Stieber, Amelia Ramsey and Trail Beast Rowdy. 

Hot Thanksgiving meals delivered to students' homes Fall decoration picture

Schools do not just deal with academics. They are a community that provides a wealth of services to children and their families. Even though all of the students are currently home studying remotely, the district did not want their students to miss an annual school event that everyone looks forward to in the fall.

Parent Skill Building Sessions help them navigate their child's virtual learning at home Jaxen and Jaslynn Dennis and their mom Sarah Dennis get helpful tips from Kathryn Kidd

   Wayne County Middle School is reaching out to parents by providing a series of Parent Skill Building Sessions to help them navigate their child’s virtual learning at home. They did not get any parent responses from the parent session to be held at Monticello Elementary on Thursday, November 19th at 4:00 p.m. so that event is cancelled. However, the second session for the middle school will have participants on Friday (November 20) at 10 a.m. in the media center. Google Classroom will be one of the topics to better familiarize parents with their childrens' work.

Don't miss out on some great food options for your child Pizza flyer

The Nutrition Service Department is providing food to youngsters with some creative ideas for recipes to make at home. They are excited to announce the addition of weekend meals, with a flyer on how to prepare popular options like pizza, for instance. The weekly Friday pick-up service offers curbside distribution behind the middle school from 10 to 4:30 p.m. In addition, food items are being sent home with students who have fallen behind that drop in for tutoring sessions during virtual days. The staff are constantly trying to make sure the children of Wayne County are not going hungry during the pandemic.   

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