Southern Concrete Construction Company intends to close CR 30 (Woods Bridge Road) over Goose Creek on or about September 10, 2018, for a period of approximately 90 days. A detour route has been established and will be signed in accordance with GDOT standards. The attached map shows the detoured area. Click the link above to download a copy of the map.
School administrators, instructional coaches, and central office directors participated in the Wayne LEADS (Launch, Explore, Achieve, Discover, Serve) retreat at the Tech Center on July 16 and 17. They participated in team building activities, discussed District and School Improvement Plans, dug into system-level achievement data, discovered updates in special education, technology, assessment, professional learning, curriculum, federal programs, TKES, human resources, and acquainted new administrators with the roles of central office directors.
June 19, 2018– The Wayne County School System is proud to announce the achievement and status of the Georgia School Boards Association’s (GSBA) 2018 Quality School Board recognition.
Dr. Brett McDaniel, CTAE Director, received a grant to purchase a hoop house during the 2017-18 school year. Material donations from Yellow Wood of Jesup allowed Shop classes to build planter boxes while Ag students planted the seeds! The first crops came in on Friday, June 1st and were gathered for delivery to the Wayne County High School Cafeteria! A special thank you goes to Reggie Beasley, Michael Kirkland and Michael Schwarz for making this possible!
Congratulations to Gloria Spellman (L), Nutrition Associate at MPMS and Adina Tyre (R), MPMS Lunchroom Manager, for placing in the Employee of the year and Manager of the year categories at the annual Georgia School Nutrition Banquet. Rindy Trapnell (C), District Nutrition Director, was voted as THE Director of the year for the state of Georgia.
The Wayne County School System is proud to announce we are the recipient of 12 STOP THE BLEED control kits per school. Over 133 Wayne County school staff members were trained on how to “Stop the Bleed” by Wayne County EMS Services Chief Richard Johnson, Paramedic David Knopf, the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office Detective, Robert Brantley and Carol Irvin of Safe Kids. Wayne County School System now has a minimum of 10 school staff members at each school trained to control bleeding in emergency situations.
Wayne County has partnered with ESSlSource4Teachers to manage our substitute program.