• Alert: No school in Webster County on Nov. 15th. It will be Link2Learn Day #1.
Close alert
ATC HEALTH SERVICE ATC GIBBS SHADOWING WE NEED CTE ATC SKILLS USA

Mission Statement

Espanol

KENTUCKY TECH

Get Technical . . . It Pays!

Vision

With high expectations and strong partnerships,

Kentucky Tech will actively engage all students in the mastery of academic and technical skills needed to be ready for college and a career.

 

We Believe

* Students learn best when they are actively engaged in the learning process.

* Students learn best when our staff maintains high expectations for learning.

* Students are motivated to learn when classroom instruction is related to real-world applications.

* All students in our school need to have an equal opportunity to learn.

* A safe and physically comfortable environment promotes student learning.

* Students learn best when instruction incorporates both academic and technical skills.

* Effective school leaders engage in practices that support the ongoing improvement of teaching and student performance.

* Teachers, administrators, parents, and the community, share the responsibility for helping students learn.

KY TECH

Office of Career and Technical Education, Education and Workforce Development Cabinet – July 2010

An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D

 

The Webster County Area Technology Center (ATC) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, or marital status in admission to career and technical education programs and/or activities, or employment practices in accordance with Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Revised 1992, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. For more information, contact Webster County ATC, PO Box 230, 325 State Route 1340, Dixon, KY 42409 or 270-639-5035. Webster County ATC offers the following career and technical education programs: Business Education, Computer Aided Design, Industrial Maintenance Technology, Machine Tool Technology, and Health Sciences. Students in these programs are encouraged to participate in a career and technical student organization such as Skills USA, FBLA, or HOSA. For more information about Webster County ATC please call 270-639-5035

Latest News

Character Counts in WC!

All Webster County teachers participated in Character Counts training on November 6th, 2018. The training was conducted by Jenny Winstead, Sebree Counselor, and Tammy White, Providence Counselor, who are the district's Character Counts trainers.
Character Counts is a mainstay of the district's True Blue Drug Free Community which has provided training and resources for the district and community. 
Character Counts is a nationally recognized initiative that focuses on the six pillars of character: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship.
The goal of Character Counts is to ensure WC students receive character education which will hopefully improve the ethical quality of their decisions, and thus their character and lives.

Character Counts Character Count

Character Count Character Count

Grandparents Support Meeting

November 20th
5:30-7:00 
WCHS Annex
Light Meal
Childcare Available

Grandparents Meeting

Congratulations to Rhonda Callaway, New Webster County Schools Superintendent!

Rhonda Callaway

Mrs. Rhonda Callaway was named the new Webster County Schools Superintendent at the WC Board of Education meeting on September 24, 2018. She will assume her duties as superintendent with the retirement of Interim Superintendent, Georgiann McCord, effective December 1, 2018.
Mrs. Callaway has served as the district's Director of Secondary Education, Assessment, and Career and Technical Education for the past four years and, more recently, she was named Deputy Assistant Superintendent.
Mrs. Callaway has worked in four counties in her 25-year educational career which includes experience as a science teacher, middle school principal, alternative school principal, elementary assistant principal, high school principal and district administrator. 
Mrs. Callaway states, "I am humbled to be selected as the next superintendent for Webster County Schools. I look forward each day to work with our staff who goes above and beyond each and every day to do what’s best on behalf of our students. I’m proud to be part of that passion for educating our kids."

District Hosts Council of Councils Meeting

SBDM council members and students from all schools paticipated in a Council of Councils on Monday, Sept. 10th, 2018. The Webster County Council of Councils and district administrators met with board members to highlight school and district initiatives and obtain feedback from students and council members around what they feel is going well and opportunities for improvement.
District administrators shared information about the following district initiatives:
*Striving Readers Literacy Collaborative 
*WC Kids to College
*WC True Blue Drug Free Community
*Accountability Update and Graduate Profile
*Facilities Update
*Attendance Data
*Student Mental Health & School Safety
*WCMS APEX Learning Center
*New Industrial Maintenance program at the ATC

Council of Councils Mtg Council of Councils Mtg

Featured Video