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WCHS Tennis Player Zach Dishman won the 12th Region singles title. He is the first boy in the school's history to win the singles title! (L-R) Top row: S3DA Coach Bobby Upchurch, WCHS Archery Coach Forrest Shelton, S3DA Coach Kristi Upchurch, UC Head Coach Kris Strebeck, Asst. UCĀ Coach Caleb Kirby
Bottom row: Gary Cross, Elliott Cross, Christina Cross, Morgan Cross 2019 Girls Tennis Team 2019 Boys Tennis Team 2019 Bat Cards Boys Baseball Team 2019 Fastpitch Girls Softball Team 2019 Track Team 2019 Casting Cardinals Wayne County FFA students compete at Lake Cumberland Regional FFA Day Wayne County FBLA brought home several trophies from the region conference The 2019 JROTC Annual Ball Savannah Wilson's class is anxious to perform for their second grade peers and families in Bell's "The Way To Bee" Monticello Elementary Academic team with coaches (L-R) Denise Phipps, Sylvia Hicks, Taymme Sumpter, Katina Shearer The 2018-2019 Student Mentors (l-r) Callista Mann, Shanna Rice, Lauren Hughes, and Maggie Stinson Cheerleaders holding their pom-poms to their hearts during the Pledge of Allegiance. The WCHS Cheerleaders performing during halftime 

Lady Cards stand in camaraderie while they said the Pledge of Allegiance Musicians Elizabeth Hoskins and Maggie Stinson in Pep Band The WCHS Dance Team performing at the doubleheader basketball game on January 25th JROTC presents Garrison Flag at the doubleheader basketball game on January 25th Walter Hobbs (Micah Burchett) and Mr. Greenway (Palmer Smith) in Elf JR musical presented by Monticello Elementary Students learn 3D Printing Skills at WCHS AP Literature and Composition teacher Jeremy Barnett assisting a student with an assignment. Architect Mike Sparkman presenting his drawings of the new ATC at the October Board of Ed meeting Parent Shannon Keene and 21st Century Coordinator Katherine Kidd hi fived at middle school orientation Members of the Board of Education break ground for the new ATC building Cagen Wallace Wins Wrestling state championship KDE encourages drivers to be cautious of school buses loading students as the new school year begins

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Congrats to HOSA students who competed at national level in California!!

The Wayne County Board of Education recognized 19 employees who retired during the June monthly meeting The Wayne County Board of Education recognized 19 employees who retired during the June monthly meeting

A reception was held for the retirees and their families, prior to the Board meeting. The retirees were thanked for a total of 434 years of valuable service to the Wayne County School students.

Clerical Training updates staff's skills Clerical Training

The front line professionals who work in the principal's office at each school are very important employees. Like teachers, they serve students and families in a valuable way. So, they participate in summer trainings just like the certified staff.  

School Employees thanked for their service during Teacher Appreciation Week

Each school celebrated teacher appreciation week in different ways. Thanks to all the educators who worked hard for the students during the 2018-19 school year!

Senior Honors Night 2019 WKU Scholarship recipients

Students received a multitude of scholarships and awards to further their future educational plans. A couple students received national awards, while one student received her college associates degree. A large variety of local scholarships were also given to an appreciative senor class. 

Lunchbox Express Summer Kick Off Lunchbox Express Summer Kick Off

Meals are being served both at WCMS and WCHS as well as 4 main routes and 4 special events. The summer feeding program was kicked off at Memorial Park on June 4th, complete with booths giving free gifts and inflatables. Children 18 years old or younger are encouraged to participate in the free program. 

Wayne County High School 2019 Graduation Natalie Hutchinson, Valedictorian

Wayne County graduated 38 seniors with distinction meaning they had a GPA of 3.5 or higher, met college and career readiness criteria, completed pre-college curriculum, had an average score of proficient or above on all state assessments, and took a minimum of 8 rigorous courses. Approximately 200 students participated in the WCHS Commencement exercise on May 24th which was followed by Project Graduation. Good luck Graduates!

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