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WCHS Counselor Tiffani Bertram shares information about high school with eighth graders Cumberland Family Healthy Kids Clinic Staff on hand for Child Plus Fair 21st Century sponsors December Festival of Lights Drive-Thru Event Middle School here I come...along with encouragement from the WC Cardinal! Bus Driver Mike Cooksey pushes a cart of food to be loaded on buses traveling on meal distribution routes. Buses line up to pick up meals to be delivered to kids along 10 different routes Ralph Reynolds carries out a load of food to a school bus distributing meals Congrats WCMS Academic Team members who advanced to Region Wayne County Varsity Cheerleaders performed at the UCA National High School Cheerleading Championships Huge crowd attends Camp Read-A-Lot at Monticello Elementary Sixth graders participated in SKMA All-Festival Children's and Junior High Honor Choruses WCHS Marching Band performs "House of Cards" at the football game DAV performs a 21 gun salute honoring veterans at the football game Middle School Tennis Team Drum Major Amanda Harvey leads the band in "The Hand You're Dealt" Steve Cundiff visited WCMS with his extensive Native American artifact collection WCMS Hosts 21st Century Lights on After School Wayne County Middle School's Staff 2018-19 WCMS students greeted with encouraging words for K-PREP testing! 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
Wayne County School Parents, your help is needed! KY Broadband Initiative graphic

The Kentucky Broadband Initiative is a network of public and private partners working to expand internet access and build a stronger digital infrastructure in rural communities across Kentucky. We are asking everyone to please go to this website and complete an internet speed test.  This data will help locate areas in the county that have slow internet speeds or none at all.  The Kentucky Broadband Initiative can provide funds to our community to build better internet access for students and families

Sign up for 21st Century Summer School Programming 21st Century Director Katherine Kidd

Wayne County's 21st Century Program will be providing summer camp from June 7-July 2. Parents, if your child wants to participate and needs transportation, you will have until this Friday, May 14th to get their application turned in. Student applications turned in after the 14th will not be eligible for transportation. Be sure and register for Summer Camp because slots are limited. Applications must be recovered by Friday, May 21st in order to be processed.  

Tennis Season well underway while maintaining a winning season Returning the ball

The Wayne County Boys Tennis Team is excited to have a 9-2 winning record so far this season. Congratulations to Coach Allen Burchett and the Boys Team! You are maintaining the past five seasons winning record of 44-9. Go Cards!   

WCMS 7th Grade Language Arts class puts the narrator of "The Tell-Tale Heart" on trial Ms. Racheal Jones, Riley Rose, Brandon Barnhouse, and Ms. Erica Guffey

Erica Guffey's seventh graders put the narrator of "The Tell-Tale Heart" on trial to prove if he was legally sane or insane after reading Edgar Allen Poe's "The Tell-Tale Heart and studying the M'Nauten rule for legal insanity. During this unique classroom exercise, the students became the lawyers in a classroom court case to provide evidence from the text to present their case, as if the narrator of "The Tell-Tale Heart was legally sane or legally insane. Students followed mock proceedings including the presentation of opening arguments and counter arguments. "Court" was then adjourned for the day and students were provided the opportunity to further support their claims and develop their closing arguments. The students were completely engaged in the project.

Parents respond to Supplemental School Year Program Survey WC logo

Wayne County Schools have received 117 parent requests to participate in the Supplemental School Year Program (SSYP) created by Kentucky Senate Bill 128. This legislation was passed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and allows any K-12 students to use the 2021-2022 school year as a supplemental year to retake or supplement courses the student has already taken.

Cobb employees share the chick hatching process at the hatchery Cobb employee Jennifer Guffey let two of the students hold the baby chicks

Cobb employees presented assemblies to Bell Elementary students giving an overview of the local hatchery operations. The students were delighted with the program and could not wait to get a close up view of the baby chicks they brought to school. The Cobb employees never committed on which came first....the chicken or the egg.  

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