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  • Alert: In every facet of the Wayne County School District, our focus is to create a safe and healthy learning environment for our students and staff members. As such, it is important to share how we are continually working on strategies to reduce the spread of a variety of seasonal infectious diseases. Coronavirus is a respiratory illness that causes flu-like illness. Like the flu virus, it is thought to be spread person-to-person by close contact (within 6 feet) and by coughing or sneezing. Other possible routes of transmission, such as touching surfaces contaminated by the virus, are also being investigated. The Wayne County School District is closely monitoring this illness. However, in order to reduce the spread of a wide variety of infectious diseases (e.g., seasonal flu and colds), we are promoting effective strategies built on everyday school policies and practices. People can help protect themselves from respiratory illness with everyday preventive actions such as: • Avoiding close contact with people who are sick. • Avoiding touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. • Washing your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available. If you have questions or concerns, please email us at covid19support@wcsdms.com
  • School Closings/Delays:

    This is the current update for the Wayne County School District on Covid-19. Wayne County School District will be closed until April 17th. We encourage everyone to practice self distancing. 

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Quiz Bowl Team Members Awarded Scholarships

Quiz Bowl Team Members Awarded Scholarships

Wayne County High School students Junior Kaleb Henry and Freshman Kyle Carney are two members of the War Eagles Quiz Bowl team who competed recently in Clinton, Mississippi, at the Mississippi College Math and Science Tournament. Henry scored in the top 10% of all competitors, thus receiving a $2,000 per year scholarship to MC. Carney finished in the top 20% and garnered a $1,000 per year scholarship. The team’s sponsor is math teacher Jim Liljeberg. Congratulations to both students on an impressive accomplishment. 





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