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Today: 12/2/16
12:00 AM Students Take the Lead Days
6:00 PM Boys BBall @ Hopkins Central jv/v
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WCHS student, Hanna VanWinkle, provided the entertainment for the Kentucky School Board Association Regional meeting hosted by the Webster County Board of Education on September 6th, 2016.

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Congratulations Julie Jones!!

Congratulations to Julie Jones, WCHS Guidance Counselor, for being selected the Webster County "1WC" August 2016 Employee of the Month!!  We appreciate you!!

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Julie Jones and Mickey Dunbar, BOE Member

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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WCHS School Improvement Plan

Breean Hicks Attend National SkillsUSA Conference

Breean Hicks attended the SkillsUSA Washington Leadership Training Institute (WLTI) in Washington, D.C. on September 19-23, 2015. She toured the Capitol and met with legislators to discuss the importance of Carl D. Perkins funding and other issues related to Career and Technical Education. Brian is a Kentucky SkillsUSA State Officer under the direction of Larry Johnson, State Director. 

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Breean at Senator Mitch McConnell's Office


SkillsUSA in front of US Capitol

Seniors Visit MCC for College Career Day on 09/16/15

120 WCHS Seniors Visited HCC on 09/23/15

ACT Question of the Day

FBLA Members Attend 1st KY FBLA State Conference

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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!

WCHS district ID is TKVPRZ

This is used on the smart phone app.

CAREER DEVELOPMENT

Career Cruising Site

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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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THANK YOU!!!

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100 Teddy Bears were raised during the

Wear Your PJs to School  Fundraiser

They will be donated to Webster County EMS for child victims of accidents 

 

Congratulations Hannah VanWinkle, Webster County's Distinguished Young Woman 2017!!

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Webster County Seniors, Hannah VanWinkle, Emily Diane Todd, Savannah Marie Jones and Lindsey Kathryn Grant, competed in Webster County's Distinguished Young Women Program on August 21st. The four seniors were evaluated by a panel of five  judges in the following categories: Scholastics, Interview, Self-Expression and Talent.

Hannah VanWinkle of Slaughters won the contest and Lindsey Grant was the 1st runner up. Hannah will advance to the state contest that will be held in January in Lexington, KY.

Dr. Rachel Yarbrough, Webster County Schools Superintendent, served as the emcee for the event.

Congratulations, Mrs. Corbin!!

Lori Corbin, WCHS Media Specialist, was recognized at the March 28th Webster County Board of Education Meeting for being one of 100 educators across the nation chosen as a 2016 PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator!! The PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators program is a year-long, free professional development program designed to foster and reward a community of highly engaged, tech-savvy K-12 educators who are using digital media and technology in classrooms. As a Local Digital Innovator Lori will have exclusive access to all affiliated virtual events and trainings and the potential to partner with PBS in-person at specific education events in our community. We are proud of Lori and appreciate all that she does for the students and staff at WCHS!!

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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.

WCHS Students are Winners in State Art Contest!!

WCHS students, Erick Escalante(9th) and Gilberto Joaquin (10th), were recognized at the BOE Meeting on September 28th for placing in the top 4 of the KY Migrant Education State Art winners. 

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L to R:  Leland Steely, BOE Member, Erick Escalante and Gilberto Joaquin, Sherrill Tanner, Migrant Coordinator 

WC "All Day, Every Day"

Attendance Initiative

The WCHS attendance rate for October 2016 was 93.31%

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.

Infinite Campus Not Available Dec. 23-31, 2016

Infinite Campus is going to be updating at the state level.  During this period our entire Infinite Campus will be inaccessible.  This includes parent portal.  The date for this move is December 23rd- 31st.

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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.

Congratulations to Carla Brashear, Annex Lead Custodian, for being selected the October 2016 1WC Employee of the Month!

Georgiann McCord, Deputy Supt., and Carla Brashear
 

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Council of Councils Meeting 10/17/16

Congratulations to the 2016 FFA Junior Parli Team!

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Mr. Sutton Named "1WC" Employee!

Congratulations to Mr. Greg Sutton, Custodial Supervisor, for being named the April 2016 "1WC" Employee. 


Greg Sutton and Mickey Dunbar, BOE Member

Council of Councils Meeting April 11th 2016

6th District Champs!

Congratulations to Marlena Starks, WCHS Family Consumer Science teacher and FCCLA sponsor, for being named "1WC" October 2015 Employee of the Month!!

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Congratulations WCHS Ag Students!!!

Congratulations to the WCHS Agriculture students and teachers, Jarrod Hankins and Margo Bruce, for the Ag students being #1 in the state on their performance on the 2015 Algebra II End of Course assessments and #4 in the state on the percentage of Ag Seniors meeting benchmark on College and Career Readiness. The effective incorporation of academic concepts is vital to ensure that Career and Technical Education students are successful after they leave high school. This proves that agricultural education is more than just technical concept, it's the combination of rigorous academic concepts, relevant employability experiences, and impactful leadership opportunities that lead to methodical development of the entire student. 

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Students Attend Visual Arts Festival

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Webster County students attended the Visual Arts Festival at Audubon State Park in Henderson, KY on September 24th.

ATC Students Earn Awards at KY Skills USA Competition