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Sheriff's Office talks with Student at the Career- Technical Center's Career Day

 

Wayne County student Bubba Thompson chats with Wayne County Sheriff Deputy John Williams (L) and Chief Deputy Mike Mozingo (R) at the recent Career-Technical Center’s fourth annual Career Fair. Each student had the opportunity to talk to more than 31 exhibitors.

 


Monroe Neal Speaks to JROTC Cadets

A “hometown boy” returned to the area this week to hopefully inspire cadets in the Wayne County High School JROTC program.  Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Monroe Neal spoke to cadets in the program. Neal, the son of Joanna Neal and the late Monroe Neal, Sr., graduated from WCHS in 1992. He played on the basketball team that went to Jackson, and later graduated from the University of Mississippi in 1996.

He served twice in Iraq, and now works in Washington D.C. at the Pentagon. He told students that they can  reach any goal despite their background or the circumstances they may find themselves in right now. “Don’t allow your current situation or your past to dictate your future,” he said. “You can pretty much do  whatever you want in life, as the opportunities are endless and there is always hope.  “You are in the right place at the right time in your life, which is being in school. Education is the tool you can  use to get where you want to be in life.”


Mississippi Power Company Present Project for Career Fair

 

Wayne County High School Career students Brody Bunch and Lamar Grantham listen as Matt Merck of Mississippi Power Company describes an MPC project for the fourth annual Career Fair. Approximately 200 skill area students learned about career opportunities from 31 exhibitors in Wayne County and surrounding areas.  Also pictured are MPC employees Jim Ward and Arman Paige.


Tyler Packer visits with U.S. Rep. Gregg Harper in Washington D.C.

U.S. Rep. Gregg Harper visiting with Will Gaines of Coldwater, and Tyler Packer (Left) of Wayne County High School, during their recent visit to Washington D.C. to discuss 4-H and youth development programs.


War Eagle Football Team Honored By Mississippi Legislature

Members of the Wayne County War Eagles football team were honored this week by the Mississippi Legislature. The War Eagles claimed the Class 5-A MHSAA State Football Championship back in December with a heart pumping 45-41 win over Oxford at Vaught-Hemmingway Stadium. The House of Representatives read a proclamation praising the team and their accomplishments. They were hosted by Shane Barnett of Waynesboro and Dennis DeBar, Jr of Leakesville.


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IMPORTANT DATES FOR WCHS SENIORS

Monday, May 2 - Graduation Fee$25 per graduating seniordeadlineSee Mrs. Carol LawExtra $12 if you qualify for honor cord.  

Tuesday, May 3 -  7 P.M. - Senior Awards Night in New Gym 

Wednesday, May 4 - Wayne County News Ads deadlineSee Mrs. Anna Mills.

Wednesday, May 19 - 8 A.M. - Mississippi Scholars Breakfast  

Wednesday, May 18 & Thursday, May 19 - 9-11 A.M. - Graduation Practice in New Gym

Thursday, May 19 - Each graduating senior will be given 10 graduation tickets. You MUST attend both practices to acquire tickets & walk.

Friday, May 20 - 7 P.M. - Graduation Day in New Gym


Skelton Returns to Lead the Lady War Eagles Basketball Program

 

A Hall of Fame coach is returning to her hometown. Gina Skelton was officially named coach of the Lady War Eagles of Wayne County High School Thursday night at a press conference in the school library. She returns to Wayne County where she coached for a dozen years (2000-01 through 2011-12). She led the Lady War Eagles to win state titles in 2005 and 2010. Skelton has also been named assistant AD.

 


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WCHS Hosts District Math Competition

 

Waynesboro Middle School won the District Math Competition with Clara School placing second. Kerrington Kittrell of Buckatunna edged out Meagan McCarty, also of Buckatunna, for the Written Test top award. Adisyn Gainey of Clara edged out Justise Davis of Buckatunna for the top award on the Research Test. WMS won the Quiz Bowl  over second place Clara. Representing WMS in the Quiz Bowl were Stevonta Mayfield, Kaleb Henry, Kimberly Chapman and Amber Butler. The Clara Quiz team consisted of Maggie West, Jared Powe, Kenzie Havard and Lexi Sumrall.

 

Waynesboro Middle School won the District Math Competition held on April 13 at Wayne County High School. Members of the winning team were Addison Torrey, Stevonta Mayfield, Kimberly Chapman, Brandon Pruitt, Jeshua Shelby, Kaleb Henry and Amber Butler. Also pictured are WMS sponsor Suzanne Ford and WMS Supervising Principal Shronda Turner.

                                                                                  

Winners in the Math Meet 2016 held at Wayne County High School recently were Kerrington Kittrell, Megan McCarty, Adisyn Gainey, Justise Davis, Stevonta Mayfield, Kaleb Henry, Kimberly Chapman, Amber Butler, Maggie West, Jared Powe, Lexi Sumrall and Kenzie Havard.


The Lonny Wilson Memorial Scholarship
A new Wayne County High School scholarship will honor the late Lonny Wilson. The Lonny Wilson Memorial Scholarship has been created in honor of a man who was an avid supporter of Wayne County kids and their athletic endeavors.
 
 Wilson is a Collins native and graduated from Collins High School in 1968. He played football at Jones County Junior College, where he was a member of the 1968 National Championship team. Wilson also played football at Delta State, where he graduated in 1972.
 
If you would like to donate to this yearly scholarship donation, you can send your donation to Lonny Wilson Memorial Scholarship, P.O. Box 148, Waynesboro, MS 39367. All donations are tax deductible.

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Coach Mangum and Foy Honored by Fellowship of Christian Athletes

 

Wayne County head football coach Todd Mangum was honored for his commitment to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and for his achievements on the field.  Also honored was Wayne County football player Jacob Foy as one of the 50 athletes honored by the Pinebelt FCA at their 5th Annual “Good Friday” Breakfast held at the Payne Center on the USM campus. The area student-athletes were named FCA "Champions of Character."
 
Nearly 600 people attended the event which celebrates the ministry of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes in Southeast Mississippi.    The guest speaker was Brian "The Boz" Bosworth, a recent inductee in the 2015 College Football Hall of Fame.  Bosworth's testimony of trial and surrender in his personal faith journey highlighted the morning. 

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Wayne County High School
1325 Azalea Dr
Waynesboro, MS 39367  

Phone: 601.735.2851 
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