Our Mission
The mission of the Wayne County School District is to focus on educational experiences that foster a partnership with parents, communities, and technology to develop our students into productive citizens focusing on skills that build character, decision making, and life long learning.

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Black History Month
 
     Black History Month began on Sunday, February 1, 2015, and ends on Saturday, February 28, 2015.  Black History Month, also known as African-American History Month, is an annual observance in the United states, Canada, and the United Kingdom for remembrance of important people and events in the history of African-Americans.  This month will provide opportunities in the schools of Wayne County for special observances, events, and teaching about the positive contribution of African-Americans in our society.

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Wayne County Strategic Plan Survey

The Wayne County School District is requesting that all parents, students, faculty, staff, and community and business leaders respond to the Wayne County Strategic Plan survey concerning the school(s) with which you and your child(ren) are associated.  The data collection will provide information needed in the development of a strategic plan to better serve the students of Wayne County.  


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CTE Tour

Tenth graders from WCHS will tour the CTE Center on February 9th (boys) and 10th (girls). The ninth graders in the STEM classes will tour the CTE programs on Thursday, February 19, 2015.  The tour will give the students a better understanding of how the career and technical education programs could benefit them in their future.  The program instructors will give them an overview of the skills taught and the requirements to attend these programs.  These students will have an opportunity to register for these programs in the spring.


MCEF Student for October

   The Mississippi Construction Education Foundation from the Southern District has chosen Glenn Jones as student of the month for October.  Glenn is a third year student in Construction:  Carpentry at Wayne County Career and Technical Education Center.  His carpentry instructor, Drew Miller, nominated him for his many contributions to the program.  Glenn has a 3.0 GPA, perfect attendance, and no disciplinary history.  He is very respectful to the entire faculty and staff.  His peers look to him for guidance and instruction on projects while in the shop area.  Glenn is a third year member of the SkillsUSA student organization for competition.  He is training for the 2014-15 competition in “Masonry” and “Team Works”.  Glenn has received “Best All Around” in the Construction:  Carpentry program at WC-CTE for the past two years.  He plans to attend Gulf Coast Community College next year to complete a trades program with an emphasis in welding.  In April, a MCEF Student of the Year will be selected from the monthly winners and will be awarded a cash prize of $250.


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Wayne County Career & Technical Educational Center
100 Collins Street
Waynesboro, MS 39367  

Phone: 601.735.5036 
Fax: 601.735.6326
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