The KHEAA representative provided parents with a frank and valuable talk about planning for college, financial planning, and a guide to different colleges. She encouraged students to take advantage of their two excused days to visit colleges and KCTCS schools. She explained differences between public and private colleges, loans, grants, and scholarships. She disspelled the myths that a local student's family cannot afford to go to college and that if they go to college they will spend the rest of their life paying off student loans. It was a very informative evening for families that the high school provided.
The Wayne County Marching Band students are into their competition season this fall having had several recent successes. On September 17, they received a first place in their class at the North Laurel competition. More recently, they followed that up at Pulaski County where they placed second in their class.
Five Wayne County High School art students won recognition at the recent student art contest sponsored by the 9th District GFWC-Kentucky meeting hosted by the Monticello Woman's Club. Katelyn Buswell received first prize for her painting, second place winner was a painting by Sanali Upchurch, and third place winner was a painting by Kristina Famulyak. In addition, Amelia Dishman and Scarlet Guffey both received certificates of appreciation for their paintings. Monticello Woman's Club congratulates these talented students for their unique art and hope to see more in the future.
The Wayne County Football Cardinals traveled to Bowling Green to play the Warren East Raiders on Friday, September 23. The Raiders had a perfect record of 5-0, outscoring their opponents by 42 points a game. It would be another tough test for the Cardinals on the blue “Smurf turf” field at Warren East.
The interview with Kenny Davis.