Notice of Election: The Wayne County Board of Education will be asking the voters of Wayne County to continue the 1% Education Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (ESPLOST) in November. Please click above to see the list of projects on the referendum that will appear on the ballots in November.
The Wayne County School Nutrition Department celebrated National School Lunch week at Noland Farms in Screven, Georgia by educating 3rd grade students about farm life and the importance of drinking milk. Click on the link above for more information and pictures.
Members of the Wayne County High School JROTC Jackets Battalion participated in a promotion ceremony in the Kay Cagle Theater of Performing Arts on Wednesday, October 17, 2018. Click on the link above for more information, promotions and photos.
More than five hundred students became new REACH Georgia Scholars during Georgia’s statewide signing week. The REACH Georgia program now includes nearly 1,700 students in more than 100 school systems across the state. Click on the link above for more information and pictures.
The Wayne Co. High School CTAE Department was recognized recently with the 2018 Economic Development Endorsement from the GEDA and the GA Department of Education. This designation signifies a partnership between the high school, local businesses, and industry in our community. Receiving the award was Wayne County’s IDA Director, Dell Keith, and WCHS Principal, Dr. Brett McDaniel.
Six members of the GLISI Cohort 55 Team from Wayne County climbed Stone Mountain as a team building activity on September 18. GLISI (Georgia Leadership Institute for School Improvement) allows school and district leaders an opportunity to come together to create healthy, vibrant, and collaborative learning cultures committed to getting better and achieving breakthrough results. Team members pictured above are Erin Franks, Jennifer Popkin, Jami Watkins, Amanda Phelps, Jessica Bowen, and Reggie Burgess.
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.