Please check your email for a message from our transportation department. Emails have been sent to families that we have not heard from regarding transportation for next school year. The email contains a link to a quick survey to help us plan for busing needs for next year. Please complete even if your child will not be riding a bus next year. Thank you!
The Kentucky Department of Education and Valvoline Inc. have selected 24 outstanding Kentucky educators as recipients of the 2022 Valvoline™ Teacher Achievement Awards (TAA) including Wayne County School Teacher Jamie Reagan. She and the other 23 recipients have qualified to compete for the 2022 Kentucky Teacher of the Year Award, which will be announced in September.
Wayne County Schools are eager to begin another school year and look forward to seeing students on August 19th. COVID continues to be a concern for our community and our schools. The district will continue to follow the advice of local, area, and state health department officials in making decisions with regard to student and staff safety.
The Wayne County Board of Education met Thursday, July 15th, continuing to make plans for the construction of a new elementary building, with the help of federal COVID relief money.
Four 'Casting Cards' participated in the Annual Student Angler Federation World Finals and National Championship on Lake Hartwell in Anderson, South Carolina June 30th through July 2nd of last week. Wayne County Captain Jason Stockton said, "Three hundred ninety eight teams from all over the United States (including one team from Zimbabwe) participated in the competitions."
As school year, 21/22 nears and everyone gets excited for what will hopefully be a normal school year, the Wayne County High School JROTC Raider Team will begin summer practice beginning on Monday, July 12.