Last Names A - F Regina Taylor
Last Names G - O Kristen Wilson
Last Names P - Z Monica Lewis
Social Worker Don Offutt
Testing Coordinator Amanda Best
Registrar Sandra Simmons
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Senior Sting Newsletters
Project Graduation 2020!!
If you are a parent of a senior, we need your help! Believe it or not, it is actually time to start planning for Project Graduation 2020. Project Graduation is an alcohol-free and drug-free "lock-in" celebration at Falling Springs Recreation Center for the senior class. Project Graduation is NOT organized or funded by Woodford County Public Schools. Project Graduation is made possible only through the efforts of parent volunteers. Therefore, the Project Graduation Committee is asking for your help in several areas. If you would be willing to help, please contact Melissa Miracle at email@example.com. A meeting is scheduled for September 17th at 6:30 PM in the WCHS library for those interested in helping.
KHEAA is pleased to announce the following information regarding dual credit scholarship assistance for the 2019-2020 academic year:
- Senate Bill 98 passed during the 2019 legislative session, providing a permanent framework for the Work Ready KY Scholarship program, including the Work Ready KY Dual Credit Scholarship (WKDC).
- The attached Eligibility by Fund Source document can help students and parents understand scholarship options.
- A list of participating institutions by program is also attached. Note that not all institutions are participating in the WKDC program.
- Subject to available funding, WKDC pays for two (2) Career and Technical Education (CTE) dual credit courses per year for students in grades 9-12.
- Beginning with the 2019-2020 year, students who are eligible for the Dual Credit Scholarship (DCS) program do NOT have to use DCS before WKDC. They may select the scholarship program that best suits their needs.
- The maximum amount participating institutions can charge for dual credit offered during the 2019-2020 year is $58.00 per credit hour. This applies to all dual credit regardless of payment source. As a reminder, dual credit students cannot be charged fees, but they are responsible for paying costs related to instructional materials, textbooks and online access codes for e-books.
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Congratulations to the 2019 Governor Scholars Program participants:
Madalynn "Jaid" Goh
Also congratulations to Mayra "Maddie" Martinez Mar and Caroline Murray for being selected as alternates.
Congratulations to the 2019 Governor's School for the Arts participants:
Simon Adkins (Instumental Music-Viola)
Sophie Hill (Vocal Music-Alto)
Ben Humphries (Instrumental Music - French Horn)
Ashlyn Martin -(Visual Arts)
Hunter Story (Instrumental Music-Trumpet)
Colin Teague (Instrumental Music - Tuba)
Also congratulations to Olivia Damm (Musical Theatre & Vocal Music), Sophie Hill (Musical Theatre) and Lucas Jones (Creative Writing) who were selected as alternates.
Congratulations to Benjamin Humphries and Ashlyn Martin who were selected for both the Governor's Scholars Program and the Governor's School for the Arts.
We are very proud of these students as well as all of our students that were nominated for the Governor’s Scholars program and the Governor's School for the Arts. This is an outstanding accomplishment!
Case Western Reserve University is currently accepting student applications for our Diversity Overnight program on Nov. 10 and 11. Applications are due by Oct. 1 for the November program.
Diversity Overnight is designed for smart and curious high school seniors from diverse backgrounds, to give them an in-depth look at the opportunities available to our students.
Please encourage students whom you believe would be a good fit for Case Western Reserve to submit an application for this event today.
Participants accepted to Diversity Overnight stay in a residence hall with a student host, engage with faculty and learn about the many opportunities available to students at CWRU and throughout our campus in Cleveland's University Circle.
On Monday, participants will join hundreds of other prospective CWRU students at our Fall Open House, where they will learn more about how our students contribute to classroom discussions, participate in meaningful extracurricular activities and engage in hands-on learning.
Case Western Reserve will cover the cost of meals and lodging for students accepted to this program. We are also able to assist with travel expenses and arrangements.
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