Kindergarten registration will be March 23-27 from 9-2 at each school.
Kindergarten Roundup nights will be April 21 & May 12 from 6-7 at each school.
Kindergarten Jumpstart will be July 28 from 9-11:30 at each school.
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Congratulations Track Team!!
The Track Team brought home four state championships at the Kentucky Indoor Class AA Track meet held at Mason County. Trevor Cole claimed the championship title in the 1600 meter run and set a new school record finishing first in the 800 meter. Mitchael Shelton won the state title in the 300 meter and the 4 X 800 meter relay team of Robert Daugherty, Trevor Cole, Mitchael Shelton and Ronin Periard also claimed the state title.
"1WC" Employee of the Month Recognition Form
PGES Teacher Newsletter
Complete information about the flu and how to contain and manage it is available at www.flu.gov and at www.cdc.gov/flu/. Additionally, district and school leaders, teachers, students, and others are reminded to:
· Wash hands often with soap and water or alcohol-based hand sanitizer;
· Avoid touching eyes, nose, or mouth;
· Avoid close contact with those who are already sick;
· Get plenty of sleep;
· Eat healthy food and drink plenty of fluids;
· Cover your nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing with a tissue or the crook of your arm; and
· Stay home if ill for at least 24 hours after fever is gone.
Annex Stage Gets Fresh Look
The Webster County Maintenance Department replaced the worn Annex stage backdrop curtains. The Annex stage is used for many school and community functions and a fresh, clean appearance was badly needed.
Thank You Celebrations 2014
District Administrators visited all Webster County Schools on November 24th and 25th to thank all employees for all they do for the students of Webster County. District administrators took a "thank you" cake to each school, the maintenance and technology department, central office and the bus garage and personally thanked all employees.
Webster County Youth Leadership Council Attends Conference
The Webster County Youth Leadership Council was one of nine high schools to attend the 23rd annual Teen Leadership Conference held at Mount Saint Joseph on November 21-22. The conference was hosted by the River Valley Behavioral Health and its Regional Prevention Center along with our Region's Local Agency for Substance Abuse Policy Boards. The training was focused on prescription drug abuse, underage drinking, tobacco and marijuana use.
Dixon Elementary Celebrates Veteran's Day
Dixon Elementary honored veterans with a student-led assembly in which local veterans were presented with service appreciation pins.
Webster County High School Celebrates Veterans' Day
WC "All Day, Every Day" Attendance Initiative and Winner of the Month
Way to go Sebree Elementary, February Attendance Winner of the Month!!
A recent study shows that students who miss more school than their peers consistently score lower on standardized tests, regardless of their age, demographic group or where they live.Improving student attendance is an essential, cost-effective but often overlooked strategy for school improvement, closing achievement gaps and ensuring all our students are on-track to learn and succeed.
Career Tech Education
Restraint and Seclusion Video Training
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DISTRICT NEWS ALERTS
In an effort to make sure that all stakeholder groups have current and timely Webster County School District updates and information, we encourage you to join our 1WC text messaging group.
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Program Review One Drive
WCHS College Application Week Nov. 17-21
Congratulations to Outstanding ATC Students
Area Technology Center Outstanding Students for the second quarter are:
"We Create Great Possibilities For Students"
WEBSTER COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
To provide opportunities and accountable instruction so as to prepare students for productive careers and to foster practicable and responsible citizenship.
Webster County elementary schools and middle school received a Global Education/World Language grant in the fall of 2014. Each elementary and middle school received $15,000 to be used to implement global education curriculum in their schools. As part of the state's global education initiative, two district administrators were invited to participate in a free KDE sponsored educational trip to China in April 2015. Mrs. McCord and Mrs. Callaway will be traveling with a contingency of educators to Shanghai, Bejing and Xi'an, China. The purpose of the trip is to visit schools in China to receive and share ideas as well as to bring back ideas for our global education curriculum. The schools decided to use their trip to China as a way to officially "kick off" their global education initiatives. Students studied China and prepared Chinese travel tips, decorations, food, dance, music and powerpoints on Chinese facts and sites to see.
District Global Kick Off China Tour Slideshow
"1WC" March 2015 Employees of the Month
Congratulations to Cindy Stubblefield, Clay/WCMS Instructional Coach, and Earl Myers, Providence Head Custodian, for being selected Webster County's March 2015 "1 WC" Employees of the Month!!
L to R: Venita Murphy, BOE Member, Earl Myers and Cindy Stubblefield, Tim McCormick, BOE Member
Congratulations Sebree Academic Team!
The Board of Education recognized the Sebree Academic Team at the board meeting on March 23, 2015. The Sebree Elementary Academic Team competed in the District Governor's Cup in Calhoun, KY on February 28, 2015. The team placed 1st in Quick Recall and 2nd overall in the district. The team also won the district and region Sportsmanship Award.
Front row L to R: Jaxen Miller, Hunter Cates, Coleton Tompkins, Raygan Ranes, Neveah Jepsen.Back row L to R: Alex Buckman, Oscar Castro, Reid Davenport, Sebastion D'Orazi. (Not pictured Jairo Mateo, Matthew Dickens) Also pictured are Leland Steely, BOE Member, and Kevin Ranes.
Clay School Embraces Global Education and is Featured in the Kentucky Teacher Newsletter!!
Webster County was one of three districts in the state to receive a $75,000 Global Competency Grant. Clay is one of 14 elementary and middle schools across the state that have already taken steps to increase students' understanding of the world. Each school received a $15,000 grant to help implement global competency into their curriculum and these schools will become models for schools across the state as they prepare for the World Language and Global Competency Program Review. Webster County elementary schools and middle school are preparing for their global "kick offs" later this month. Click
Mary Fryer's 3rd Grade Students Working on Aboriginal Art
(Photos by Amy Wallot)
Congratulations Trojans and Lady Trojans, Region Runners-Up!!
The Webster County Archery Team Competed at the NASP State Tournament.
The Webster County Archery Team competed at the NASP state tournament. The highest scoring middle school male was Clay Justice with a score of 269 and the highest scoring middle school females were Diana Cox and Emily Jarrell both with a score of 278. Two high school archers placed in the top 10: Jonathan Stevens with a score of 294 for 8th place out of all high school males and Briley Hearrin with a score of 283 for 7th place of all seniors. Briley also received a $1000 scholarship for being in the top 8 seniors.
Green Dot Day
Friday, March 13th, is Green Dot Day in Webster County. We ask WC residents to wear green, Friday, to show your support. NO ONE HAS TO DO EVERYTHING, BUT EVERYONE CAN DO SOMETHING! Hundreds of research studies have shown that thousands in the U.S. and around the world are victims of sexual assault, partner violence, stalking, bullying, and child abuse every year. We CAN stop violence and you are a part of the solution. A Green Dot is an action, behavior, or attitude that stops violence. You can make a difference by supporting victims, and by taking action to stop others from being hurt. (photo: Members of WC Youth Council and JV Youth Council with Judge Townsend)
L-R front row: Noah Duncan and Judge Townsend; 2nd row: Kaylee Duncan, Katie FloydHanna VanWinkle, Tiffany Meyers, Kaitlyn Mattingly, Jolie Busbey, Jolene Wahl; 3rd row: Mitchell Bumpus, Cody Meyers, and Anthony Meyers
WCHS Students to Attend National Migrant Conference in Seattle
WCHS students, Jose Martinez and Olga Valentin, as well as Sherrill Tanner, Migrant Coordinator and Ali Frailey, ESL Instructional Assistant, will attend the National Migrant Conference in Seattle, Washington March 21-26. The students spoke at the state migrant conference last fall and were invited to speak at the national conference. The national conference focuses on parents, students and educators learning methods and skills to teach the migrant student. Jose and Olga will present leadership activities for the summer Western Kentucky Leadership Institute (Migrant Leadership Camp). The students plan to link via the internet to Webster County classrooms to share some of their Seattle experiences. The group will have the opportunity to see some of the Seattle sights to include the Pike Place Fish Market, Space Needle and Chinatown.
Olga Valentin Jose Martinez
Group visits Seattle Space Needle
Dr. Yarbrough and district administrators invited community partners to a luncheon on February 25th for the third Supt2Community advisory council meeting this school year. Georgiann McCord, Deputy Assistant Superintendent, gave a "1 WC" Year in Review summary that included all of the initiatives that have been implemented to date in Webster County Schools. Kim Saalwaechter, Special Education Director, shared information on grants the district has received. Dr. Yarbrough, Tom Glover, and Madisonville and Henderson Community College reps and shared information on the Webster County Kids to College scholarship program. Mary Powell gave an update on the district's Read2Succeed Program and invited community partners to be a part of this initiative. Donna Bumpus invited community volunteers to participate in Motivating Mentors which will be a renewed effort for the 2015-16 school year.
"1WC" February, 2015 Employees of the Month
Congratulations to Donna Bumpus, WCMS/WCHS YES Center Coordinator and Darla Vaughn, WCMS Custodian, for being selected Webster County's February 2015 "1 WC" Employees of the Month!!
Left to right: Leland Steely, BOE member, Donna Bumpus and Darla Vaughn, Tim McCormick, BOE Member
WCHS Needs Your Help
WCHS received $25,000 last fall from the America Farmers Grow Rural Education Program sponsored by Monsanto for the 2014-15 school year. To be able to apply for this grant of $10,000 to $25,000 to enhance math and science education, the district must be nominated by a local farmer. Webster County has the opportunity to apply for this grant again for the 2015-16 school year, but we need your help. Farmers can go online and nominate Webster County Schools.
Please nominate Webster County Schools by the April 1 deadline. Thanks for your help and support!
Please nominate WCHS by the April 1 deadline. Thanks for your help and support!
Share the Love Day
Dr. Yarbrough "shares the love" for the district and our employees by delivering heart-shaped donuts to the staff members of all schools and district departments.
WCMS STUDENT SERVES AS PAGE IN FRANKFORT
WCMS student, Rylei Roy, represented Webster County in Frankfort on February 11, 2015 at Legislative Page Day. Rylei served as a page to Senator Dorsey Ridley.
LADY TROJAN REUNION
WCHS recognized the 1996-97 and 1997-98 Lady Trojan Basketball Teams at half time of the basketball game on 02-06-15. These Lady Trojan Teams had back to back state tournament appearances. WCHS invited players from these two teams to a reunion recognition.
Back row left to right: Courtney Melton Givens, Melissa Dunn Wint, Kelly Moser Manicke, Christina Dacy Whitsell, Stephanie Duncan Stallins, April Shelley Thompson, Lindsey McCully,Jennifer Flener Hibbs Kelly Pendleton DeVilder; Front row left to right: Jamie Yates Jones,Leslie Mooney, Kari Jo Edwards Riddle, Lindsey Boswell Major, Tara Boles Bowlds
Dr. Yarbrough led Supt2Kids student advisory meetings at each elementary school in January 2015. The purpose of these meetings was to provide students with an opportunity to provide input and feedback to the superintendent on the things they like about their schools as well as the things that would improve their learning experience.
FCCLA Members to Compete at State
For the first time in more than 10 years, Webster County will be sending four FCCLA members to Louisville, KY from March 30th to April 1st to compete at state level in two FCCLA Star Events. WCHS Senior, Michaela Rushing won first place at the Regional STAR Event competition, in the category of "Recycle and Redesign." WCHS Seniors Katlyn Mendoza, Shay Bradley, and Ashdyn Cardwell won first place at the Regional STAR Event competition, in the category of "Life Event Planning."
Left to right Marlena Starks, sponsor, students Michaela Rushing, Katlyn Mendoza, Shay Bradley, Ashdyn Cardwell and sponsor,Traci Mattingly
Congratulations Mason Roland and Trojans!!
Congratulations to the Trojan Basketball Team for being named Prep Hoops Kentucky Team of the week and to Mason Roland for being named Player of the Week!! Mason set the single season assist record vs Crittenden Co, set the career steals record vs Union Co, and joined the 1000 point club vs Union Co.
Principals Share School Improvement Plans with BOE
The principals of all Webster County Schools shared their School Improvement Plans with the Board of Education at the meeting on January 12th. The principals discussed their schools' strategies, goals and plans for continuous improvement on behalf of Webster County students.
Click HERE to read the KSBA article, "Webster County Board likes what it hears from school administrators on their school improvement plans." (article from Sebree Banner 01-14-15)
Special Education Staff Visits Hugh E. Sandefur Training Center
The Webster County School District is hoping to partner with the Hugh E. Sandefur Training Center in Henderson to offer services for students with disabilities after high school. Kim Saalwaechter, Webster County Special Education Director, took the WCMS and WCHS Special Education Staff to tour the center on their Professional Growth Day on January 12th.
Trojans win Marlin Christmas Classic Tournament
Congratulations to the Trojans on winning the Marlin Christmas Tournament in Arnold, Florida during Christmas break. The team won three games to claim the championship.
Dr. Yarbrough conducted her second Supt2Kids Advisory meetings on December 12, 2014. She met with a high school and middle school student advisory group. The purpose of the meetings is to provide students a voice in the learning process. Students provided input on strengths and suggestions for improvement to their current learning experiences. Their task now is to create a "grade level" Top Ten Commitments list for improving student learning in their schools prior to the February meeting.
Dr. Yarbrough Attends KASS Winter Conference
The Kentucky Association of School Superintendents (KASS) held its annual winter conference this week in Louisville. Dr. Rachel Yarbrough serves as the Vice President of the KASS Executive Committee.
Webster County Schools Superintendent Dr. Rachel Yarbrough and Corbin Independent Schools Superintendent Ed McNeel pore over documents about a proposed replacement for funding Kentucky schools Monday, December 8th, in Louisville.
WCMS Cheerleaders Place 1st at KAPOS
Congratulations to the WCMS Cheerleaders!!! They placed 1st at KAPOS competition on Saturday, November 15th and will compete at Eastern Kentucky University in January.
Back- Lauren Mitchell, Lani Mitchell, Rylei Roy, Jaci Nall, Ashley Mitchell
Middle- Kailee Alsbrooks, Gracey Kelley, Natalie Austin, Sydney Fowler, Emma Eastwood, Olivia Utley
Front- Catelyn Wagoner, Caroline Bloodworth, Haley Duncan
Congratulations Trojan Pride Band!
Congratulations to the Trojan Pride Band for placing 7th out of 16 bands in Class 2A State competition Saturday, November 1st, in Danville, KY. We are proud of you!!
Boys Cross Country is State Runner Up!!
Way to go Boys Cross Country Team for placing second in the state!! What an accomplishment!!
Girls Cross Country Team is region runner up!! We are proud of you!
Farm to School Art Contest
Congratulations to Jay Crowley, WCHS Sophomore, winner of the high school division of the Farm to School Art Contest sponsored by the US Department of Agriculture and to Addisyn Lam, 4th grader at Dixon Elementary, winner in the elementary division. Jay and Addisyn won art sets.
L to R: Dr. Yarbrough, Jay Crowley, Jarrod Hankins, Ag teacher
Webster County Schools Receives $450,000 GRREC Grant
Webster County Schools is one of nine districts in the Green River Regional Educational Cooperative to be the recipient of a "Get the Picture?!" $450,000 four-year grant through the US Department of Education. The purpose of the grant is to improve the outcomes for high school students with disabilities. Teachers and leaders will help students set achievable, practical college/career readiness goals that meet the students' aspirations and aptitudes. Over 4 years, student graduation rates will increase and students will be better prepared for what comes after high school--the real world.
Webster County Schools Receives $150,000 Instructional Transformation Grant
Webster County Schools was notified November 10th, 2014 that it is one of 18 Kentucky school districts that has been awarded an Instructional Transformation Grant. The grant awarded $50,000 per year for three years to support teacher leaders in professional learning and activities. This grant will enable Webster County Schools to strengthen many initiatives that have been implemented this school year as well as support the implementation of new initiatives to improve teaching and learning. This grant will provide support from effectiveness coaches to help build district/school/and teacher leadership capacity to implement professional learning, particularly in AdvanceKY Laying the Foundation training in ELA, Math and Science as well as provide Literacy and Math Design Collaborative formative assessment tools to support teachers' incorporation of the Kentucky Core Academic Standards.
Webster County Schools Receives $25,000 Monsanto grant
Webster County Schools received a $25,000 check from Monsanto's "America's Farmers Grow Rural Education" program. The district was nominated for this award by local farmers. The money will be used in Agriculture and Science classes to enable the incorporation of more hands-on learning activities.
(photo by Sebree Banner)
Webster County Schools Receives $75,000 World Language/Global Competency Grant
The Webster County School District received notification that it is one of three counties (Webster, Campbell and McCracken) who are recipients of a Learn and Launch World Language and Global Competency Grant from the Kentucky Department of Education. Elementary and middle schools could apply for grants of $15,000 (per school site) for professional learning and planning of exemplary global competency and world language programs during the 2014-15 academic year. Webster County applied and received the grant for its middle school and each of its four elementary feeder schools for a total grant award of $75,000.
The next step for Kentucky’s commitment to college and career readiness is to ensure that global competency is a part of this 21st Century skills initiative. The World Language Program Review must be implemented by each Kentucky public elementary and middle school during the 2015-16 academic year in addition to Writing, Arts/Humanities and Practical Living/Career Studies as part of the state’s program review accountability requirements. The purpose of the “Learn and Launch” grant is to provide elementary and middle schools with additional funds to access VIF International Education resources, which are proven to enable educators to effectively integrate global content into their core instruction, while also providing support for planning an effective implementation of a strong world language and global competency program.
Webster County Food Service #1 in State!
Webster County Food Service was awarded the 2014 USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) Best Practices Award on October 21st, 2014. The USDA has been presenting this award for 21 years and Webster County is the first school district from Kentucky to receive this award. Way to go Webster County Food Service!!! We are proud of you and your commitment of excellence to serve the students and staff of Webster County Schools!
Mary Kate Rakestraw Winner of State Poster Contest
Congratulations to Mary Kate Rakestraw, 5th grader at Dixon Elementary and state winner in the Poster Contest for Public Service Recognition sponsored by the Kentucky Personnel Cabinet!! Mary Kate was recognized at the Webster County Board of Education meeting on October 27th, 2014. This is the second year in a row that Mary Kate has won this contest!! The posters were to be created around the theme, "Making a Difference Every Day in Every Way." There were 2,700 entries and three age groups (6-9, 10-13 and 14-18) with one winner chosen for each age group. Mary Kate was the 2014 winner in the 10-13 age group and the winner in the 6-9 year old age group last year.
Mary Kate and Jeff Pettit, BOE Chairperson
Supt2Community Leadership Advisory Meeting
The second Supt2Community Leadership Advisory Meeting was held on October 15th, 2014 at the UK Extension Office with approximately 50 community and school leaders in attendance. The room was a sea of maroon with most people in attendance wearing their "maroon" to show support for the district's Maroon 5 initiative!
The agenda included a summary of the district's teaching and learning initiatives, a review of input from the July meeting, an identification of priority next steps and an introduction to the Webster County Kids to College scholarship opportunity. Community members and school leadership participated in a dialogue focused on continuous school/district improvement efforts.
Additionally, Dr. Yarbrough introduced Webster County's new READ 2 SUCCEED initiative. Dr. Yarbrough explained that improved reading scores are a major focus for our district. She encouraged those in attendance to sign up to volunteer at least one hour of their time per month to assist with literacy in a K-3 classroom. We are excited about the willingness of our community members to help us with this early literacy focus! Anyone interested in volunteering one hour per month in one of our elementary schools for the READ 2 SUCCEED, please contact Mary Powell, Community Educator at 270-667-7386 ext. 476 or e-mail her at: email@example.com
WEBSTER COUNTY'S "READ 2 SUCCEED" INITIATIVE
Webster County Schools is launching a new "Read2Succeed" initiative. We are committed to children exiting the 3rd grade reading at or above grade level. Currently, our children are not on track to meet this goal; therefore, we are shining a light on early literacy. Webster County Schools is encouraging community members to assist with volunteer hours in all of our elementary schools to help individual children in grades K-3 with reading skills. We would love for our community businesses/organizations to allow employees to volunteer one hour per month. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Mary Powell, Community Educator Liaison at 270-667-7386 ext. 476 or e-mail her at:
All volunteers must complete a volunteer Kentucky Crime Check and Ms. Powell can give you information on this.
WCHS Sophomore Designs Projects on Mobile Makerspace while in Vanderbilt Children's Hospital
For two weeks each year, high school sophomore Daryann Pryor, goes to Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt for a tune-up. She started visiting the hospital when she was 6 after she was first diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, a chronic lung disease.
But this visit is different because Pryor has something new and exciting in her room. For the duration of her stay, she can design projects on something called a Mobile Makerspace — the first one to ever be in a children’s hospital.
Pryor, who is 16, is already taking nursing classes at Webster County High School in Kentucky. By the end of the year, she will be certified in CPR. She says eventually she would like to be a nurse at Vanderbilt because she has always been inspired by the people who have helped her.
Children's Book Illustrator Visits Clay School
Mark Wayne Adams, award-winning children's book illustrator, talked to all Clay students and was a feature speaker at a family night event on October 14th. He gave away books and drawings to students as prizes for asking good questions and following behavioral expectations. Mr. Adams, originally from Dawson Springs, now lives in the Orlando, Florida area where he has worked at Disney and SeaWorld. Mr. Adams has illustrated 42 picture books, won numerous awards and now owns his own company. His website is: markwayneadams.com.
Data Day at WCHS
Data Day was held at WCHS on September 11, 2014. The WCHS Data Team was comprised of school and district administrators, a board member, and community resource personnel. Sophomore students met individually with a data mentor to review data folders that included the student's transcript, ILP, and assessments. Students and mentors discussed the student's college and career goals as well as their preparations for the PLAN assessment. All sophomore students will take the PLAN (pre-ACT) test on September 16th, 2014.
Professional Learning Day for Teachers
Webster County Teachers participated in a professional learning day that was focused on PGES (Professional Growth and Evaluation System) and SGG (Student Growth Goals) on September 29th, 2014 facilitated by KDE content specialists and Journeys Reading Program specialist.
Kadi Ralston and Audrey Harper facilitate a Heady Larson facilitates a session with Sebree
session with WCHS and WCHS teachers and Clay teachers
Dixon and Providence teachers instruction to all K-2 teachers
Independence Bank Sponsors WCMS Shirts
Wayne Hughes, President of Independence Bank, and the Independence Bank Board of Directors presented maroon t-shirts to all Webster County Middle School students and staff to commemorate the 2014 opening of the middle school. Thank you Independence Bank for your support of WC students and staff!!! We appreciate you!!
WC is "Work Ready in Progress"
Left to right: Donna Bumpus, Tim Roy, Dr. Rachel Yarbrough, Jim Townsend, Mary Powell, Mickey Dunbar and Tony Felker (photo by Sebree Banner)
Webster County kicked off its annual Work Ready event on August 22, 2014. Webster County earned it's "Work Ready in Progress" designation last December. The "Work Ready" designation allows counties, regions and states to highlight the qualifications of their workforce to potential employers. This designation also indicates to employers that Webster County is focused on meeting their needs. To become work ready the community must raise the number of residents who have received the National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC). This certification can be earned by taking three WorkKeys assessments that measure real world skills that are "key" to job success:
Reading for Information
To schedule a testing appointment, contact: MCC Assessment Center @ 270-824-1702
For more information, visit the Webster County Work Ready website @ www.websterwins.org
Webster County Council of Councils Meets with BOE
Webster County Schools' Council of Councils met with the Board of Education on September 8, 2014 in the Annex. The meeting was an opportunity for board members, students, council members, and school and district leadership to discuss district and school initiatives. Ideas for continuous improvement were shared by all participants. The Council of Councils' meeting was a great example of our "1WC" collaboration effort.
Sebree Elementary Latina Dancers Perform at State Migrant Conference
The Sebree Latina Dancers were recently featured in the December 2014, State Migrant Magazine. Click HERE to read article. The Sebree Latina Dancers were invited by Judy Littleton, KDE Migrant Director, to perform at the State Migrant Education Fall Academy in Bowling Green on September 18, 2014. The students were also asked to present what college and career readiness means to them at a Student Round Table session.
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Congratulations to Venita Murphy, BOE Member from Providence, who has been appointed to serve a three year term as a Second Region chairperson on the Kentucky School Board Association (KSBA) Board of Directors.
Congratulations to Matt Bell on being named Region 2 Athletic Director of the Year! We appreciate you!!
Congratulations to Webster County on being selected a 2015 America’s Farmers Grow Communities winning organization!
College Career Fair at WCHS 03/25/15
Donuts with Dads Day at Providence Elementary
Webster County Coal Presents $4,000 to Happy Feet
Archery Team Competes in Tournaments
Congratulations to the Archery Team for placing 3rd at the Maroon Classic in January (pic 1) and 4th at a tournament held at Castle North Middle School December 13th, 2014. (pics 2-4) Jonathan Stevens placed 6th in the high school male division, Diana Cox placed 7th in the high school female division and Kolbi Alsbrooks placed 9th in the middle school female division.
Emergency Management Team Meeting
Webster County Schools Emergency Management Team met on December 15, 2014. Agenda items included: Floor plans for all schools; AED's; STOP Tip Line; Safety Drills; Procedures for Drugs found at School; Use of Drug Dogs
Jay Crowley Placed 3rd in State Farm to School Art Contest
Congratulations to Jay Crowley, WCHS student, who placed 3rd in the state in the Kentucky Department of Agriculture Farm to School Art Contest!! Jay was presented with a $20 Visa card.
Jay Crowley and Jarrod Hankins, Ag Teacher
Annex Food Service Staff Donates Food for Needy Family
Val Knight, Food Serve Director and Donna Bumpus, YES Coordinator, collaborated to help a Webster County family. The Annex Food Service staff donated a food basket to a family for Thanksgiving. Thank you Food Service!! "Good people helping good people!"
Natalee Littlepage wins Hadi Shrine Circus Coloring Contest!
Natalee Littlepage, 3rd grader at Dixon Elementary, won the Hadi Shrine Circus coloring contest. She was awarded the opportunity to be Clown of the Day at the Circus on November 29th in Evansville. Natalee had the opportunity to ride in the parade with the other clowns, learn to make balloon animals and had her makeup done by Pokey the Clown. She also received an 81st Hadi Shrine Circus badge and a poster signed by all the clowns.
Dixon Elementary Canned Food Drive a Big Success!!
Way to Go WCHS Digital Photography Students!!
Last year Mr. Harrell's digital photography students competed in a contest through Glogster where they created visual representations of their hometowns. The entries were 100% student driven and created. We just received word that one of our groups that included Sarah Steeley, Grace Moore and Maddie Nance (all class of 2014) received impressive recognition. Their project earned 4th place in the contest! That is 4th place out of 500 entries from all over the world! Click on the link below to check out their project:
Click the link below to check out the glogster winners site:
Congratulations WCHS student, Gilberto Joaquin!
WCHS student, Gilberto Joaquin was recognized at the Webster County Board of Education Meeting on October 27th, 2014, for his successful completion of the Instructional Access "Digital Literacy Computer Training Seminar."
WAY TO GO FORMER WCHS STUDENT, KERI WRIGHT!
Keri Wright, WCHS graduate and FFA member, is featured on Murray State University's website home page. Keri is currently a Senior at Murray State University where she is majoring in Agri Science/Ag Business with an emphasis in crop production.
MAROON 5 DAYS
Everyone in the county is encouraged to wear maroon on the 5th, 15th and 25th of each month to show support for Webster County Schools. Go 1WC!!
UK Extension Office is 1WC!
COUNTY COURT CLERK OFFICE SUPPORTS "1WC"!
Providence Food Bank is "1WC"!
DIXON CITY IS "1 WC"!
Clay Elementary is Winner of High Attendance Day
Congratulations to Clay Elementary for winning High Attendance Day with 98.59% attendance for September 18, 2014. A close second was Providence with 98.02%. Awesome!!! Thanks for all you do "All Day, Every Day."
Congratulations to Hannah Buchanan, Distinguished Young Woman Winner