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FOR 2017-18 ONLINE REGISTRATION 

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Contact your child's school if you do not have a Parent Portal user name or password

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WCHS Teacher Webpages

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Congratulations Margo Bruce!

Congratulations to Margo Bruce, WCHS Agriulture teacher, for being selected the Webster County "1WC" February 2017 Employee of the Month!! We appreciate you!!

ACT Question of the Day

CAREER DEVELOPMENT

Career Cruising Site

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Congratulations to the 2016 FFA Junior Parli Team!

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Webster County High School

WCHS MISSION STATEMENT
To "REACH" Every Student, Every Day

We respect all, encourage others, act responsibly, commit to success and we honor honesty.

 WCHS VISION

  • Provide a quality education to every student thus ensuring a successful transition to adult life.
  • To foster student responsibility in order to become productive citizens.
  • To enhance educational opportunities through community involvement.

Mr. Harrell, WCHS Principal,

Welcomes WCHS Students

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Safe Schools Week September 25-19, 2017

            Take the Safe Schools Pledge

WCHS Juniors Afforded New Opportunity with Henderson Community College’s “Early College Academy”

Henderson Community College "Early College Academy" will pilot a program which will be available to Webster County, Henderson County and Union County students for the 2017-18 school year. This program will provide an opportunity for 20 WCHS Juniors to take college courses at HCC while also earning high school credit. These students could graduate from high school while also earning an Associate Degree in Arts or Science from Henderson Community College. Aaron Harrell, WCHS Principal commented, "We are very excited to be able to offer this program for Webster County High School students as part of our on-going commitment to provide our students with valuable college and career related experiences. This particular opportunity will be of tremendous benefit to our students and their families and we look forward to seeing them realize their goal of earning an associate's degree while attending WCHS.” Minimum student eligibility requirements for the Early College Academy include a 3.0 GPA, ACT Benchmark Scores: English 18, Math 22, Reading 20, and all student attendance, behavior, and academic history will be reviewed by the school-based selection committee.

To date, 15 WCHS upcoming Juniors have applied for this program. Dr. Yarbrough commented, “Webster County Schools are committed to creating great opportunities for our students. This HCC Early College Academy provides one more learning opportunity that never existed before for our high school Juniors to truly get a jump start on college. It is a win win for students, their families and the school district.” 

WCHS Launches Tech2Kids

The Webster County Board of Education approved “Tech2Kids” for the 2017-18 school year at the board meeting on May 22, 2017. Tech2Kids is part of the Webster County Innovative Learning Design Team’s work around personalizing learning for WCHS students. Rhonda Callaway, Director of Secondary Education, told board members, “This is a good time to move forward with this program. This represents a shift toward personalized learning for each child in Webster County.”

Tech2Kids is one component of a “personalized learning” initiative that will provide Chromebooks to all WCHS students for the upcoming school year. Additionally, the current Chromebook labs that exist in WCHS will be moved to the middle school to help middle school students transition to a more personalized environment. The goal is for all WCMS students to have Chromebooks by the 2018-19 school year. Dr. Yarbrough commented, “The WCHS Tech2Kids initiative is a shift in how the Webster County Schools better align the teaching and learning environment with learners of the 21st Century. We are excited about how Tech2Kids fits within our overall innovative teaching/learning approach for kids in Webster County.”

Lady Trojans Undefeated in KY in Nine Games--Ends Losing Streak to Union County

     
Lady Trojan Softball Team after Union County victory (photo by Henderson Gleaner)

Click HERE for article in Henderson Gleaner

ATC Making Application to Add Engineering Courses to CAD Program

                
Contact lgarrity@webster.kyschools.us or visit the Webster County Area Technology Center if you are interested in taking an engineering course of if you have any suggestions/recommendations.

Dual Credit

Students who are interested in dual credit as a junior or senior may apply for the Mary Jo Young scholarship. Click HERE for more information.

WC "All Day, Every Day"

Attendance Initiative

The WCHS attendance rate for MARCH 2017 was 92.89%

A recent study shows that students who miss more school than their peers consistently score lower on standardized tests, regardless of their age, demographic group or where they live.

Improving student attendance is an essential, cost-effective but often overlooked strategy for school improvement, closing achievement gaps and ensuring all our students are on-track to learn and succeed.

Webster County Schools' attendance goal is 96.00% attendance.

2017-18 Menus

 

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Webster County Apparel-Shop by School

Click Webster County Apparel-Shop by School to shop for Webster County and/or your school's custom apparel.

2017 WCHS College Career Fair

Athletic Event Passes

Student Passes: (for students in grades 1-12): $25.00

Adult Passes:

10 event adult pass: $35.00

15 event adult pass $50.00

All passes are good for regular season home contests only and excludes special events and tournaments. 

A few chair back seats are still available $40 each (not including admission)

Get yours today!

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Order Your Balfour Letter Jacket             

At School On:                      
Monday—October 2nd                      
During Lunches                              
Completed Order Form and Full Payment Due On This
Date To Ensure Delivery Before Christmas!  
Sample Jackets Will Be Available To Try On During This D
ate To Select Your Jacket Size.      

Help us raise some funds to support our athletic department  by visiting our apparel website. Order your 2017-18 WCHS athletic apparel at
http://cspcampaigns.com/wcathletics 
All orders will be printed and delivered September 8th to WCHS

Maroon 5 Days

On the 5th, 15th, and  25th of every month all students and staff are encouraged to wear maroon clothing in support of the Webster County School System.

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