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Wolfe County High School Senior 2020 Graduation

Wolfe County High School crated a wonderful video of the 2020 Senior Graduation.  The graduation was much different this year due to Covid-19.  Individual graduates and thier families scheduled time to come to the school and walk across the stage to receive their high school deploma.  Faculty and Staff from the high school worked hard to make all of this possible.  A link to the Wolfe County High School Graduation can be viewed here.


Wolfe County Schools featured in Article: Innovative mountain K-12 school districts were ahead of the curve for successful at-home learning Rural Eastern Kentucky school districts have utilized the innovative learning practices and digital teaching platforms they have used for years to jump-start the “Non-Traditional Instruction” (NTI) programming necessary when school in-person classes were forced to shut down in mid-March because of COVI19. Dr. Jennifer Carroll, the professional learning lead for Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative, says the networked relationship that KVEC districts have worked together to form and sustain is helping support them during the pandemic and emergency non-traditional instruction.
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Educational Resources From Congressman Andy Barr

Congressman Andy Barr and his office has compiled a list of  Educational Resources for Educators, Parents, and Students.  There are many links in this document that can be utilized at home for extra instruction for your children.  Please utilize these resources when you can.  


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Wolfe County School Campuses are Now Tobacco Free Tobacco-Free Campus

In compliance with KRS 438.345 all school campuses in Wolfe County are now tobacco free.  


2019-2020 Student Handbook

2019-2020 Student Handbook is now Available online.


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WCMS CALENDAR

 

 


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WCMS REWARDS TRIP GUIDELINES

Each year we take a rewards trip to Washington DC with 46 8th grade students and an after-school party including a trip to the bowling alley and movie theater in Mt. Sterling for both 7th and 8th graders.  We try to use these incentives to promote and encourage successful habits at school in the areas of 1)grades, 2)test scores, 3)attendance, and 4)behavior. We value each of those four areas, and students earn points in each. To see the scoring guidelines for each area, please see THIS document.

 

***Please note the rewards trip to Washington DC is NOT the 8th Grade Class Trip. That trip is to Kings Island and takes place later in the year.  

 

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