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Enrolled early in college this year through the Jump Start Program


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WCS Staff Recognition East Lynn Elementary School

ELES Title I Teachers Evin Pearson & Katie Ferguson presented at the April WCSBOE Meeting on the importance of parent & guardian involvement in a student's education. ELES staff recently started a Back to School night focusing on math skills for students and their families!

-Tonji Bowen

WCS Academic Spotlight Crum PK8

Crum PK8's Leadership Team spoke at the March WCSBOE Meeting about the role they play guiding student growth and achievement through the effective use of the school's strategic plan. The team credit's the school's strong leadership for student and staff success.

-Tonji Bowen

WCS Academic Spotlight CK Elementary School Stephanie Watson

Stephanie Watson, an interventionist at CKES, presented at the February WCSBOE Meeting. Ms. Watson discussed how CKES ELA teachers use the WC Best Practices Writing Binder and Interim Assessment tools from the WVDE to help students become better writers.

-Tonji Bowen

Wayne County Schools - Staff Spotlight - Wayne Middle School

Mrs. Stephens, a WMS interventionist, and her colleagues, presented at the January BOE Meeting regarding the impact of intervention for WMS students. Mrs. Stephens also shared how the WMS Ag program she oversees is positively impacting students.

-Tonji Bowen

Digitization Program at Tolsia High

Tolsia High School seniors David Kelly, Trevor Evans, Kaleb Walker, and Brian Ekers, along with principal Trevor Little, spoke to the WCBOE as part of the December Academic Spotlight. They shared information about the Digitization Program at Tolsia High School featuring digital uploads of yearbooks

-Tonji Bowen

Spring Valley High School Alissa Davis United State Senate Youth Program

Alissa Davis, SVHS senior, was recognized by WCBOE at a board meeting. Alissa is one of two WV seniors who have been named to the United States Senate Youth Program as Delegates of WV. Alissa will represent West Virginia in Washington D.C. during "Washington Week" from March 4-11, 2023.

-Tonji Bowen

Ms. Fitzpatrick Prichard Elementary School

April Fitzpatrick teaches 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade Science at Prichard Elem. and recently presented to BOE members as the Academic Spotlight for Sept. Ms. Fitzpatrick uses hands-on project-based learning. Ms. Fitzpatrick's students' summative GSA scores exceeded the state average by 26 points!

-Tonji Bowen

Allie Brewer Lavalette Elementary Mental Health Presentation

Lavalette Elementary Principal, Allie Brewer, spoke to the WCBOE about mental health. Her presentation focused on the efforts Lavalette Elementary is taking to work with students on mental health.

-Wayne County Schools

WCS Teacher of the Year and Service Person of the Year

Wayne County Service Person of the Year Millie Brooks and Teacher of the Year Sarah Bailey are being recognized at the WV TOY event on 9/13. Sarah Bailey is a finalist for WV TOY! WCS is proud of you both!

-Wayne County Schools

Kimberly Mills and the West Virginia Board of Education

Kimberly Mills, principal at Dunlow Elementary School in Wayne County, was recognized at the June Board meeting. She is also a paramedic who administered life-saving cardiac care to a man being transported to the hospital.

-West Virginia Department of Education

Students being recognized

These 8th-grade students are the first recipients of the Wayne County Pledge. They were honored at the Wayne County Board of Education meeting this week. Each student received a $1,666 dollar scholarship to be used for post-secondary schooling. Congratulations to these students!

-Wayne County Schools

CTE Female Student of the Year Anna Fry (Wayne High), CTE Male Student of the Year Elijah Fox (Tolsia High), and JROTC Cadet of the Year Adam Jeffers (Spring Valley High).

The Wayne County Board of Education recently honored the Career-Technical and the JROTC students of the year for the county. The honors are awarded annually to deserving students from Spring Valley, Wayne, and Tolsia High School.

-Wayne County Schools