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Wayne County Schools Girls Volleyball Camp 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. Walker Early Learning Center students and staff dressed in their favorite book character costume for Read Across America Family  Affair Monticello Elementary Academic Team practicing quick recall skills as Coach Mitchell Gregory reads questions at a practice. Second graders in Heather Lewis' class acquire a phonics foundation through Reading Horizons program. 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! Kindergarten Teacher Cortlyn Anderson assisted one of her students, Logan White add his ornament to the tree in the foyer of Walker Early Learning Center. Charlie Humble enjoyed getting a close up look at the Bravo Cabbage plants in the beautifully tended School Garden on Farm Dinner Night. Kate Brown got to meet the Cardinal Bird at Bell Elementary’s Plant the Seeds of Learning Family Reading Night Drive-Through Cumberland Family Healthy Kids Clinic Staff on hand for Child Plus Fair 21st Century sponsors December Festival of Lights Drive-Thru Event Principal Angela Ballinger reads a book to her students virtually, following drive-thru event. Kindergarten Teacher Beth Corder hands out literacy package to students at Walker's Thankfulness drive thru Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus at Monticello Elementary Riding Through a Reading Wonderland Preschool Teacher Nicki Prince spent time with her new student Victorya Perez at Orientation. Preschooler Maci Floyd enjoyed orientation at Walker Early Learning Center Wayne County Varsity Cheerleaders performed at the UCA National High School Cheerleading Championships Sharlene Prince’s Preschool Class takes Gingerbread man to Kitchen to be baked WCHS Marching Band performs "House of Cards" at the football game Drum Major Amanda Harvey leads the band in "The Hand You're Dealt" First breakfast in kindergarten 2019 class Preschool Teacher Whitney Burks and daughter Daisey enjoying the Child Plus Fair Candyland booth for WELC "Where Learning is Sweet" Walker's decorations featured hay bales dressed as Minions from the movie Despicable Me Aiden Cooper looks up to Police Officer Joe Bybee Peggy Burnette and grandsons kindergartener Nathaniel Scott and preschooler Noah Scott attended a fun Family Literacy Night at Walker Early Learning Center KDE encourages drivers to be cautious of school buses loading students as the new school year begins
Former JROTC cadet promoted to highest Marine Corps enlisted rank Master Gunnery Sergeant Darry A. Cross

Master Gunnery Sergeant Darry A. Cross has been promoted to highest Marine Corps enlisted rank. He is originally from the Murl community and his parents are Al and Joyce Cross. He is a wonderful representative of the WC JROTC program!

Congrats to recent Wayne County Graduate Logo

This piece was circulating on social media from a UK Agriculture Education site about former Wayne County High School graduate Gage Tucker, who currently attends the University of Kentucky. Tucker was an excellent student in high school. He was in FFA and contributed greatly to the school garden when he was in high school. He continues to excel in college.

Second Semester Employee Attendance Program provides incentive dollars to lucky recipients Second Semester Attendance Program provides incentive dollars

Congratulations to Lloyd Jones for winning the $2,000 Perfect Attendance all year and congratulations to Brian Dishman and Sky Cares for winning the $1,000 Perfect Attendance second semester for certified and classified categories.

Board of Education Special Call Meeting WC logo

The Wayne County Board of Education met for a special called meeting on Thursday, June 23 to discuss two items of business

Retirees honored at Board of Education reception Plaques given to honor retirees

The staff members retiring at the end of the school year logged 470.75 years of service to the children of Wayne County Schools. Thank you so much for your dedication and contributions to young people. 

Wayne County Board of Education  sets salaries for 2022-23 Wayne County Seal

The Wayne County Board of Education met in regular session for their June meeting following a reception honoring the retired staff who were each presented with a plaque for their years of service to Wayne County students.

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