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Academic Achievements

Congratulations to WCMS for winning the 3rd Region High Attendance Day for small middle schools!!

3rd Region High Attendance Day Winners
Small Elementary--Marie Gatton Phillips (McLean Co.)  100.00%
Small Middle School--Webster Co. Middle  95.63%
Small High School Hancock--County High School 97.10%
 
Large Elementary--Sutton Elementary (Owensboro) 98.89%
Large Middle--Hancock County Middle 97.67%
Large High School Apollo--(Daviess Co.) 96.24%

Job Shadow Day

WCMS teacher, Andy Corbin, had a "shadow" when Providence Elementary 5th grade student, Derek Griffin, chose Mr. Corbin to spend time with as part of a College/Career Readiness initiative. Providence 4th-6th grade students visited people at work in the community. The students were asked to interview their person and write a reflection on their experiences. 

Job Shadow Day

Mr. Corbin and Derek Griffin

Academic Team

The academic team finished in second place at District Governor's Cup.

Farm to School Spirit Contest District Winners

Congratulations to Mary Kate and Paige Rakestraw, Farm to School Spirit Contest District Winners!!

6th through 12th grades were required to submit a video/silent movie showing “Farm to School Spirit” and 1st through 5th grades submitted drawings. Mary Kate won the middle/high division and Paige won the elementary division. 

 

Farm to School Spirit Contest District Winners!!

Truth and Consequences

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. 

 

Truth and Consequences  

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. 15, 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.

Legislative Page for Senator Dorsey Ridley
 

Math Competition

The WCMS math team finished competition.  Lukas Grant placed 1st on the WCMS team and Abbi Buchanan placed second on the WCMS team.

 

Two members of the WCMS Math Team
 

Eddie Price, Kentucky author and retired social studies teacher, presented "Remember the Raisin!" to the WCMS 8th graders on September 17th. Mr. Price based this presentation on his historical novel, Widder's Landing, which is about life in the Kentucky frontier during the time of the War of 1812. He entertained the students with his period dress, historical powerpoint presentation and interaction with the crowd. Mr. Price asked students to answer questions and led the students in a sing along to the song, Hunters of Kentucky, which was written about the war. 

Eddie Price Eddie Price present  Remember the Raisin

World Language Kick-Off

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.

Math Competition

6 WCMS students participated in a math competition.  The team finished in second place.  Gracey Kelley finished in second place and Kyndall Wolf finished in 5th place.

 

WCMS Math Competition
 

Rylei Roy Serves As Page to Senator Ridley

Page to Senator Dorsey Ridley 

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. 

WCMS Business students were rewarded for raising the most money for the March of Dimes Service Project.

WCMS FBLA March of Dimes Service Project reward

A Webster County Area Technology Center CTE WCMS Class is comprised of all WCMS girls!! Way to go girls!! As ATC Principal, Larry Garrity, recently tweeted about this class:  "Hand it over to a girl!"

Webster County Area Technology Center CTE WCMS Class
 

Scored proficient or distinguished on the 2013-2014 K-Prep test

These WCMS students scored proficient or distinguished on the 2013-2014 K-Prep test.

Independence Bank Provides T-Shirts for WCMS Students and Staff

Presenting WCMS shirts

Wayne Hughes, President of Independence Bank, presents WCMS t-shirts to Principal Boggs.

WCMS Students at T-Shirt Assembly


WCMS Students at T-Shirt Assembly