“LIGHT UP THE NIGHT” “WCS GLOW RUN”
Please help us “Light Up The Night” Thursday, November 10th, 6 pm at the WCS GLOW RUN. There will be a 5k Run/Walk and 1 Mile Fun Run. Awards will be given in the 5k foc all age groups. Registration can be found on runsignup.com and active. com. The 5k is 25.00 per person and the Fun Run is 20.00 per person, all registrations turned in by November 4th will receive our race t-shirt. Please help us make this a fun night of fellowship for our students, families, and community. The class with the most runners/walkers will win a doughnut party.
Formal Dress Code
The links below are a visual depiction of our dress code for the Christmas Dance. Please note that all girls, along with their parents, must submit the attached form stating that their dress is in compliance BEFORE the Christmas dance.
Thanks to so many of you who made our annual Workathon such a wonderful day! We were able to spread the love of Christ throughout our community. Groceries were given to needy families; gifts and prayers were offered for cancer patients; yard work was completed; our first responders were blessed; and many other projects were completed!! A special thanks goes to Kelly Brown, assisted by Heather Blevins, for organizing this event for us. Even though this day is not just about the money raised, we have currently had $12,500 donated. We know that several of you still plan to donate. As you know the money raised will go to further enhance the technology goals and plans for school improvement. To God be the glory! Great things He has done! “The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.” Matthew 25:40
The 3rd annual WCS Pumpkin Patch
Pumpkins may be dropped off Oct 27th and 28th. Judging will take place during the Book Fair Oct 31st-Nov 4th. Pumpkins may be decorated, not carved. Artificial pumpkins are accepted. Be Creative!! Remember, no scary or Halloween themed pumpkins.
Elementary Book Fair
Oct 31-Nov 4th, Family Night, Nov 3rd.
Contact Kelly Brown if you are able to volunteer for the fair
The Lady Warrior Volleyball team won their third area championship in a row, making their season record 38 wins and 5 losses. Your Lady Warriors remain ranked 3rd in 2A volleyball. Mattie Loyd, Kylee Berndt, Mary Grace Mayfield, and Olivia Strickland were named to the All-Area team. Courtlyn Barber was named tournament Most Valuable Player and All-Area team.
Administrator: Mrs. Greer
Elementary/Early Childhood Director: Mrs. Handley
Assistant Principal: Mr. Kennedy