Six Wayne County High School students had the honor of participating in the 2023 JAG Kentucky Career and Development Conference (CDC), recently. The young men got to travel to state in Lexington where they spent the night at the Clarion Hotel and competed the next day on March 21st
On March 23, 17 FFA members traveled to Adair County’s Ag Facility to compete at the Lake Cumberland Regional Paperwork Day.
Here they competed in a range of contests from Jr. Parliamentary Procedure to Tractor Driving. All participants did an outstanding job, and Wayne County FFA is very proud of everyone who went and put forth effort in their competitions.
The Wayne County Girls’ Basketball team recently held their awards banquet, recognizing several players. The team finished the year with 15 wins and 16 losses, despite being picked toward the bottom of Region 12 in the pre-season. They were regular season district runner-up and lost an overtime heartbreaker to McCreary Central in the district tournament, 45 to 44.
Jenna R. Morrow a WCHS senior had the privilege of representing District 7 at the Kentucky Farm Bureau Outstanding Youth Contest. There was both an interview portion and a speech portion in the state contest held in Louisville. Congratulations to Jenna R. Morrow, who has benefitted from the WCHS FFA/Agriculture program.