All students at Wayne County High School will earn a meaningful diploma.
Wayne County High School will host their Annual Title I Meeting Thursday, October 10, 2019 at 5:30PM in the auditorium. The Annual Title I Meeting will take place before Curriculum Night. This will be a school-wide meeting: Title 1 information will be presented and we will discuss expectations for all students, curriculum used at WCHS and our School Improvement Plan (SIP). Questions or translator needed, call 912-427-1088.
Wayne County High School will have Curriculum Night on Thursday, October 10, 2019 at 6:00PM after the Annual Title I meeting in your child’s classrooms. Make plans to come and learn expectations for your child’s grade level. Translator needed or questions, contact us 912-427-1088.
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The George W. Strickland, Jr. Foundation recently gifted $400,000 to the University of Georgia to establish four Georgia Commitment Scholarships. The scholarships will be awarded in fall 2019, prioritizing students from 16 rural Georgia counties: Evans, Tattnall, Bryan, Bulloch, Candler, Liberty, Toombs, Emanuel, Jenkins, Screven, Burke, Appling, Wayne, Glynn, Long and Effingham. Click on the link above for more information.
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