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The Wayne County News (November 21-December 5)


WCHS Students of the Week

Wayne County High School Students of the week for November 17 are Anfernee Gandy (12th grade) and Raegan Skinner (10th grade).  The Teachers of the Week are Mrs. Lauren Leggett and Mrs. Susan Johnston.  


WCHS sophomore Ariel Williams submits top essay

Wayne County High School sophomore Ariel Williams will be recognized by the Mississippi Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Chickasawhay Chapter, for her award-winning essay. Ariel’s narrative essay – a fictional account the historic voyage of Christopher Columbus – won first place in the local DAR contest and will be submitted for entry in the state competition. Ariel has been invited to read her essay to DAR members at their Feb. 18 meeting.


Maeleah Smith Signs With JSU

          

           

Wayne County High School Senior Maeleah Smith signed with Jackson State University on November 19, 2014.  


Math League Triumphs

Congratulate the Math League on finishing in the 3rd Round of math competition. They fought hard and beat old rival: South Jones in Sudden Death. WC earned a $1000 to be divided among the players.

Back Row (L to R): Dr. Marauo Davis (Coach), Jamorious Smith
Front Row (L to R): Bryce Herring, Taylor
Hathorn, Sierra Caver, Ariel Williams, Maggie Ford, Larryme Everett,
and
Jocilyn Davis


McDonald's Golden Apple Award

Each 9 weeks teachers in each grade level nominate students for the McDonald’s Golden Apple Award. Teachers are given a criterion upon which to base their selections on. The students are selected from the names given in grades 9-12.

Also from this list of names, the high school will be recognizing one student per grade.

 

McDonald’s Student Golden Apple Award – 1st nine weeks – Jaccobi Chambers

9th grade WCHS student award 1st nine weeks – Riley Ballard

10th grade WCHS student award 1st nine weeks – Mya Everett

11th grade WCHS student award 1st nine weeks – Keith Hudson

12th grade WCHS student award 1st nine weeks – Taylor Hathorn


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Wayne County High School
1325 Azalea Dr
Waynesboro, MS 39367  

Phone: 601.735.2851 
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