SORA is a new reading and listening program provided by First District RESA. It runs from June 6 to August 15. With SORA, students and staff can access a large collection of ebooks and audiobooks for independent, self-directed, or teacher-assigned reading. Students can read or listen to these books using a Chromebook, desktop computer, or personal mobile device. Click on the link above for more information on how to access the program.
Wayne County students participating in the summer feeding program are getting and added treat this year. Adults are volunteering their time to transform summer feeding into Summer Reading & Feeding by going to various sites throughout the county and reading to the students during their lunch or breakfast time. Amy Denty reads to students at West Pine Street summer feeding site.
JESUP, Ga. (May 22, 2019) – Parker’s recently donated $1,600 to Wayne County Schools as part of the company’s Fueling the Community charitable initiative, which donates a portion of gas sold on the first Wednesday of each month to area schools. The check presentation took place at Jesup Elementary School on May 15.
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.