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Today: 7/24/17
8:30 AM Sub Training 8:30AM (Annex & WCHS Library)
5:30 PM WCBOE Mtg. 5:30PM (Central Office)

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Congratulations Kathi Pride, 2017 "1WC" Certified Employee of the Year! We are proud of you!!

L to R: Jarrod Hankins, 2016 Employee of the Year, Kathi Pride, Dr. Yarbrough

8th Graders Participate in Truth and Consequences Role Play

WCMS 8th graders and Webster County community officials and agency volunteers participated in a Truth and Consequences role-play program on March 17, 2017.  The Truth and Consequences program is an enrichment activity sponsored by the YES Youth Service Center for youth to learn more about the physical, emotional, financial, and legal consequences of getting involved with prescription and illicit drugs. Based upon the format of the 4-H Reality Store, students role-play scenarios including: possession of prescription drugs; driving under the influence; sniffing; possession of alcohol, drug paraphernalia, or illegal drugs; trafficking; and stealing drugs; etc. Depending on the scenario, students visit appropriate officials and/or agencies to experience the consequences of their behavior. 


Seth Ranes Serves as Legislative Page

Seth Ranes represented the Webster County Middle School Family Resource Youth Council at the Capitol in Frankfort on Feb. 15th, 2017 as a legislative page for Senator Dorsey Ridley. Seth attended legislative sessions where many Senate and House bills were amended and voted on. While there, Seth had the opportunity to present Senator Ridley with a Webster County mug, pen and mouse pad to extend the district's appreciation for the support Senator Ridley provides to Webster County Schools. Seth would like to thank the Webster County FRYSC for allowing him the opportunity to participate in this very informative and educational experience.


WC "All Day, Every Day" Attendance Initiative

The WCMS attendance rate for MARCH 2017 was 93.95%

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.

Webster County Schools' attendance goal is 94.64% attendance.



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WCMS Hosts Breakfast to Honor Veterans

Snowflake Dance February 2017

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