Empower All Students to reach Their Highest Levels of Achievement
n March 2021, Dr. Jay Brinson, Superintendent, Dr. Sean Kelly, Chief of Staff, and the Wayne County Board of Education participated in school board governance training for the purpose of reviewing the standards of effectve governance and for assessing the work they are doing. The week of March 15-21, 2021 is School Board Appreciation Week in the state of Georgia. Dr Brinson and Dr. Kelly would like to to thank board members Nick Ellis, Joe McPipkin, Ray Davidson, Bruce Harris, and Sheron Daniel for their daily commitment to continuous improvement.
On Thursday, January 21, 2021, champions from each elementary and middle school competed in the system Spelling Bee. After a record number of rounds, Hailey Warren from Screven Elementary, and Logan Himes from James E. Bacon Elementary, emerged as the system champion and runner-up, respectively. Representing each school are (front row, L-R): Logan Himes (JEB), Leyton Henderson (JES), Kaleb Melton (MRSE), Cambree Roberson (OES); (back row, L-R): Jimon Height (AWMS), Tyler Turner (MPMS), Cassidy Jackson (JES), Hailey Warren (SES). Hailey will represent Wayne County at the district Spelling Bee later in the school year.
Please fill out the community survey so that your voice can be heard. Community feedback is key when selecting a new Superintendent for the Wayne County School System.
Wayne County Celebrates National Family Engagement Month!
Because of school closings due to Coronavirus, we want to be able to keep in contact with all parents/guardians so that you receive current information about schools, your child(ren) and any changes that occur in the school system. Please login into the Parent Portal and make sure that your Household Member Phone numbers are correct. Click on the link above. This will allow parents/guardians to update household phone numbers.
Meningococcal disease is a serious bacterial illness that affects the brain and the spinal cord. Meningitis can cause shock, coma and death within hours of the first symptoms. To help protect your children and others from meningitis, Georgia law requires students be vaccinated against this disease, unless the child has an exemption.