• Alert:

    Under guidance from the Mississippi Department of Health, Wayne County Schools will require universal masking for all teachers, staff, students, and visitors ages 6 and up while on school campus and on buses regardless of vaccination status until further notice.

    We will revisit this policy monthly.  Thank you for your cooperation in helping keep the Wayne County School District family safe during these difficult times.

    Thank you,

    Tommy Branch


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Grandparents Luncheon
Grandparents Luncheon
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Mrs. Michelle Crager's EL students held a special celebration to honor the birthday of a classmate.
Homcoming Court
Buckatunna's 2021 Homecoming Court was announced Thursday, September 16, in a ceremony in the gym.
BETA Officers
Buckatunna's Jr. BETA Club recently elected officers for the 21-22 school year.
Buckatunna School had a special visitor on campus, Friday, October 1, to surprise his daughter, Addison.
Grandparents Luncheon
Buckatunna's 2nd graders celebrated their grandparents with a special luncheon.
Fourth grade students have been learning about volcanoes.
BES 5th and 6th grade students completed an experiment with butter beans to determine what plants need to grow.
Fourth grade students are having fun while practicing their math facts.
Mr. Nibbles
Buckatunna's 2nd and 3rd grade STRETCH students enjoy some floor time with their class pet, a guinea pig named Mr. Nibbles.
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The Wayne County School District is a professional environment characterized by collaborative work involving parents, educators, and the community continuously seeking, sharing, and acting both inside and outside the classrooms to improve student outcomes. Teachers, as well as support staff, administrators, and school board members, are committed to helping students achieve at their highest levels. Students are encouraged to take advantage of this unwavering commitment to their achievement and couple it with their own hard work, persistence, and good attendance to reach their highest potential.



Wayne County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, or disability in providing educational programs and services or employment opportunities and benefits. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries and complaints regarding the non-discrimination policies of the school district:

Mr. Tommy Branch, Superintendent of Education, 810 Chickasawhay Street, Waynesboro, MS 39367 (601) 735-4871