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Middle School here I come...along with encouragement from the WC Cardinal! Monticello Elementary fifth graders moving on to the WCMS enjoyed a parade in their honor outside their school building! Preschool Teacher Nicki Prince spent time with her new student Victorya Perez at Orientation. Preschooler Maci Floyd enjoyed orientation at Walker Early Learning Center 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 Congratulations to the Region 2 FBLA Winners 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 Learning Academy staff member Barbara Simpson-Laws enjoyed dining with student Trenton Neal Wayne wins District Championship WCHS Dance Team making history at KHSAA Region Jazz Runner Up and moving on to KHSAA State Level Competition! Golf Team did very well at State Congrats to Cross Country Team Regional Runner Up's Coaches are thrilled over cards beating Corbin with score of 18-16 Cardinals beat long time rival Corbin Redhounds WCHS Marching Band performs "House of Cards" at the football game DAV performs a 21 gun salute honoring veterans at the football game Soccer Seniors Drum Major Amanda Harvey leads the band in "The Hand You're Dealt" 2019 Casting Cardinals Wayne County FBLA brought home several trophies from the region conference 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. Walter Hobbs (Micah Burchett) and Mr. Greenway (Palmer Smith) in Elf JR musical presented by Monticello Elementary 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!!

Look for the Cardinal Hot Spot School Bus #209 Cardinal Hot Spot bus parked in Tradeway Shopping Center

Wayne County Schools are happy to announce a new Wi-Fi access point for Wayne County students called the Cardinal Hot Spot, courtesy of the school district's technology department. A traveling Wayne County School Bus #209 has been equipped with a Wi-Fi connection, which can be used by students who lack internet accessibility during virtual learning.

Food Service employees go the extra mile for kids with Friday curbside meal pickups Shaw family picking up food

Wayne County Schools' neighborhood food distribution sites recently ended. These sites and pickup services are made possible through the federally funded Summer Feeding Program, which the USDA has recently extended through the rest of the school year. Wayne County's Nutrition Department have done an awesome and inspiring job cooking and delivering meals since the pandemic started through a variety of customized programs. They continue to make sure children are fed breakfast and lunch through Friday curbside pickups at Wayne County Middle School. Meal pick up services are located behind the middle school from 10 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. once a week, accommodating students 18-years-old or younger. Check out the fresh fruits and vegetables coming from the school garden.  

WCHS Teacher Jared Criswell among Valvoline Teacher Achievement Award recipients for 2021...watch virtual ceremony October 22! Valvoline Graphic

Congratulations to Jared Criswell on being one of the  2021 Kentucky Teacher Awards recipients, previously announced. The 24 honored teachers are being recognized during a virtual ceremony to be held at 10:30 a.m. ET, Thursday, October 22. Along with the 24 Valvoline Teacher Achievement Award winners, the Kentucky Department of Education and Valvoline Inc. will be announcing the 2021 Elementary, Middle School and High School Teachers of the Year, and the 2021 Kentucky Teacher of the Year at a virtual ceremony.

To watch Thursday’s ceremony or to share it with your students, staff, teachers and community, please go to the KDE Media Portal at: https://mediaportal.education.ky.gov/watch-live/ and click on the ceremony. You may share this link at any time, but it will not be live until 10:30 a.m. ET, Thursday, October 22.

 

Healthy Kids Drive-Through Flu Shot Clinic flu shot graphic

Flu shots have been scheduled throughout the Wayne County Schools campus October 19-22 for students and staff. Health officials strongly recommend that students and staff receive the shot during the COVID-19 pandemic, especially as the flu season gets underway. In addition, the Healthy Kids Clinic will be offering a Drive-Through shot clinic on October 21st and 22nd from 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. which will be open to students and the public. Vehicles can conveniently pull in the circle driveway at the old central office building located at 1025 South Main Street.  

Wayne County Middle School wins "Viewer's Choice" award in the 5th Annual Scarecrow Trail Wayne County Middle School winning display

Proceeds from the fun contest go to the Imagination Library. All families who sign up with the imagination library get a free book in the mail every month for children ranging from birth to 5 years old. The WCMS won two categories with their impressive display. Congrats on receiving most votes from the public in the "Viewed Choice" category, as well as top choice voted by committee for group/non-profit category.

Wayne County Schools temporarily returning to virtual learning schedule WC School logo seal

Wayne County Schools will be returning to virtual learning for the entire student body beginning Wednesday, October 21, since the county has fallen into the “red-range” of community-spread, according to the Kentucky Department of Public Health.

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