Fifty Wayne County High School students participating in the Work-Based Learning/Youth Apprenticeship Program were honored and recognized at their annual WBL/YAP Employer-Employee Appreciation Luncheon at Coastal Pines Technical College on Tuesday, April 9. Click on the link above for pictures and more information.
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As we continuously seek to improve the Wayne County School District, we want to know how you, as a parent/guardian or family member, feels the schools and the district are doing to meet your needs. The information that you provide will help us evaluate and improve how our schools, families, and parents work together to help all students achieve academically. All information provided is confidential and will be used to assist us with future planning for parent and family engagement activities and events in the district and schools. Your opinions and suggestions are very valuable, and we thank you for your time to complete this survey. If you have children who attend different schools in the Wayne County School District, we ask that you complete separate surveys for the District and each school that your children attend. Click on the '2019 Parent Surveys' above to see the links to the surveys.
KiNVO is a powerful, user-friendly web and mobile app that equips educators, parents, and students with data that highlights attendance patterns, all in service of motivating change. The software builds bridges for parents who are hard to reach due to irregular schedules, work commitments, or language barriers. Click on the link above for more information.
The Georgia Department of Education has released the most recent 4-year graduation rate, and the Wayne County School System is proud to announce that its graduation rate for their students is now at an all-time high of 90.83%. Click on the link above for more information.