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WCHS Competition and Spirit Cheer Physicals

If you are planning to try out for high school competition or spirit cheerleading, you will need to have an updated physical! The new 2020 physical forms will be outside of the Board of Education starting the morning of May 27.

WCHS Yearbook Update - 5/26/2020

Update on WCHS Yearbook Pickup: Yearbooks will be shipped mid-July and should be ready for pickup near the end of July. Stay tuned for updates. If you did not purchase a book but would like to, extra copies will be available on a first come, first serve basis on the same day we distribute the ordered yearbooks.

Free SAT and ACT Prep Guides
The two links below are free guides to aid in SAT/ACT preparation.  These guides have information on scoring, study strategies, and other online sources of preparation. Check them out below!
 
Student Guide to SAT Preparation - https://www.learnhowtobecome.org/career-resource-center/sat-prep-guide/
 
Student Guide to ACT Preparation - https://www.learnhowtobecome.org/career-resource-center/act-prep-guide/
WCSD Summer School Announcement
WCHS Robotics Team Competes at District Event WCHS Robotics Team Competes at District Event
The WCHS Robotics Team (iRambots with NASA, Team 7470) competed in a District event in Dalton, GA on March 5th-7th, 2020. The event was Star Wars themed and the team competed well and had fun. The WCHS Robotics Team advanced to the Semifinals and was the second pick in alliances. The iRambots were also the first team in GA to triple beam balance and received the Safety Award.
The iRambots team, coaches, and mentors worked a tremendous amount of hours weekly and were looking forward to a second successful season. The team was also confident and ready to advance to state - as they did last season. Their main goal this season was to advance and compete in World’s, which was to be held in Texas.
The iRambots team is a group of students that are smart, kind, and truly represent the spirit of teamwork. They all strive for academic success while also being involved in many additional school clubs/teams. We are proud of you iRambots and we cannot wait to watch what you will accomplish next season! #GoRams #RamPride
 
UGA Certificate of Merit Recipients UGA Certificate of Merit Recipients

Congratulations to the following students for being a UGA Certificate of Merit recipient! This program recognizes the top 5% of students in the junior class.

Ashlyn Clark

Samantha Foerster

Chloe Ford

Isabelle Jager

Samantha McDonald

John Prophitt

Rayna Rex

David Singletary

Cole Tucker

We are so proud of each of you and this awesome accomplishment!  #RamPride

WCHS Class of 2020 Honor Graduates WCHS Class of 2020 Honor Graduates

Congratulations to the 2020 Honor Graduates! 

Additional SAT Administration Date

College Board announcement regarding SAT:

We're working to ensure that students will have opportunities to take the SAT® to make up for this spring’s lost administrations. Today we're sharing with you that we've added a new SAT administration for Saturday, September 26, 2020. This date will be for the SAT only, in the United States and internationally, with no SAT Subject Tests™ available. Sunday testing for religious reasons will be on September 27.

COVID-19 Update April 14 - Final Plan

Please click the link below to view/print the COVID-19 Update April 14 - Final Plan

WCHS - Let's Get eReading! WCHS - Let's Get eReading!

Click on the link below to see how you can start reading FREE eBooks using the Open eBooks App!

Open eBook Flyer

WCHS Announces the District Nominees for the Governor's Honors Program WCHS Announces the District Nominees for the Governor's Honors Program

Congratulations to the following students on being selected as district nominees for the Governor's Honors Program! We are very proud of each of you and this outstanding accomplishment! #RamPride

Brooke Hall (11th)
Malachi Jennings (11th)
Zoe McCord (11th)
Savannah Pritchard (11th)
Nathaniel Reynolds (10th)

Georgia Governor’s Honors Program (GHP) is a residential summer program for gifted and talented high school students who will be rising juniors and seniors during the program.  The program offers instruction that is significantly different from the typical high school classroom, and that is designed to provide students with academic, cultural, and social enrichment necessary to become the next generation of global critical thinkers, innovators, and leaders.

GHP is held in mid-summer (mid-June to mid-July) as a residential, educational experience on a college or university campus.  Students attend classes in the mornings and afternoons in specific areas of study, and they participate in a wide variety of social and instructional opportunities every evening.

Pictured left to right: Zoe McCord, Malachi Jennings, Brooke Hall (Savannah Pritchard and Nathaniel Reynolds - not available at the time of the picture)

WCHS Junior, Talley Powell, Performs at All-State Band WCHS Junior, Talley Powell, Performs at All-State Band

Congratulations to Talley Powell! She recently traveled to Athens, Georgia, to perform with the All-State Band in the area of flute under the direction of Dr. Damon Talley, Director of Bands at LSU. Talley passed two rounds of auditions for this opportunity and this is the second year in a row that she has qualified. What an awesome accomplishment, Talley! We are very proud of you and your hard work!

WCHS Junior, Jordan Curry, Selected for the Washington Youth Tour Sponsored by Mitchell EMC WCHS Junior, Jordan Curry, Selected for the Washington Youth Tour Sponsored by Mitchell EMC

Jordan Curry, a Junior at WCHS, was selected by WCHS teachers to have an interview with Mitchell EMC for a spot to attend the Washington Youth Tour. Recently, Jordan traveled to Camilla for the interview and was selected as a delegate to go on the Washington Youth Tour. Only four students out of the Mitchell EMC area were selected for this trip. The Washington Youth Tour is Georgia's oldest leadership program for teens. Mitchell EMC sponsors students for this exciting, educational trip. The week-long tour is jam-packed with sightseeing where history comes to life. While touring, students will visit many of the major monuments and memorials, including the Lincoln Memorial, the Jefferson Memorial, Washington Monument, and the White House. Students will also visit Capitol Hill where they will meet with Georgia’s senators and congressmen. Many other activities and sights are also included in this week-long adventure. Congratulations to Jordan for being selected for this great opportunity! #WCHS #GoRams #RamPride

WCHS Basketball Athletes Selected for the All Region 1-AAA Honors WCHS Basketball Athletes Selected for the All Region 1-AAA Honors

Congratulations to the following Rams and Lady Rams basketball players! These student-athletes were picked out of all Region 1-AAA players to receive All-Region recognition based on their performance during the 2019-20 school year. Also, Kaniya Bryant was chosen as Region 1-AAA Player of the Year, and Alexis Hall was chosen as Region 1-AAA Defensive Player of the Year.

WCHS PBIS Character Word for March WCHS PBIS Character Word for March

WCHS's PBIS focus for the month of March is the importance of having a positive attitude. This month, and always, we ask that students remember that a positive attitude enables a person to accomplish goals that others cannot due to a negative attitude. Below are a few key points that teachers and students will focus on this month.

Positive Attitude:

  • Being positive in any situation allows a person to find solutions rather than create problems.
  • Always have a positive attitude no matter what the circumstance.
  • Positive people are the calming force that others look to in times of need.
  • The opportunity for success is right in front of you. You have to choose success.
2020 Annual Parent Involvement Survey for Georgia Families Raising a Student with a Disability Ga DOE Logo

Georgia’s IDEA parent survey is available to all families of students with disabilities.  The survey will be administered through an online link and can be found on the websites listed below. The survey closes on May 31, 2020.

Direct link to the parent survey: www.gadoe.org/Parent-Survey

FY21 School Calendar Approved

Click below to access the FY21 School Calendar approved by WCSD BOE. 

WCSD Students Compete in 4-H District Project Achievement Worth County 4-H DPA Competition 2020

WCSD students recently competed in the SouthWest Georgia 4-H District Project Achievement at Rock Eagle 4-H Center in Eatonton. We are proud of the success of our students at 4-H DPA! Click below to see the results.  

WCHS Scholarships Available in Guidance Department WCHS Scholarships Available in Guidance Department

Seniors, do you want to reduce college expenses from $250 - $10,000? If your answer is yes, please take the time to apply for scholarships. There are many scholarships available in the Guidance Department. Deadlines are rapidly approaching. Check for scholarships frequently because more scholarships are added on a weekly basis. Remember, if you plan to go to college, you must prepare, organize, search, and apply.

 

WCHS College and Career Fair WCHS College and Career Fair

The Guidance Department is hosting a College and Career Fair for all WCHS Juniors and Seniors.  This event will be held in the Gymatorium on Friday, February 28, 2020, from 9:00 to 11:45.  Colleges, universities, military branches, and local businesses will be in attendance.  Remember the four steps:  prepare, organize, search, and apply. 

WCHS Healthcare Science Students Attend Local STEM and Medical Day Healthcare Science Students Attend Local STEM and Medical Day

Healthcare Science students from WCHS participated in the Wiregrass Technical College-Valdosta Campus' STEM and Medical Day. They enjoyed interacting activities within the Allied Health Program at Wiregrass Technical College.

Additional photos can also be found by clicking the link below.
HOSA STEM and Medical Day

WCHS JROTC Provide Color Guard and Flag Detail WCHS JROTC Provide Color Guard and Flag Detail

The Worth County JROTC was recently asked to provide a Color Guard and Flag Detail for the funeral of Pvt. Becky Crissman in Ashburn. She was an inaugural member of the Crisp County JROTC in 1994.  It was an honor for the WCHS JROTC to provide service for the family.  WCHS JROTC is under the direction of LTC(R) James D. Collie and 1SG(R) Heath Oncale.

Please click the following link for pictures of the service.
WCHS JROTC Color Guard and Flag Detail

 

WCHS SkillsUSA Region Competition WCHS SkillsUSA Region Competition

WCHS SkillsUSA students recently competed in the Region 7 SkillsUSA Competition at Southern Regional Technical College in Moultrie, Georgia.  The following students won awards at the competition.

Pictured left to right:
Paige Willis - 2nd Place Advertisement Design
Brandon Lovell - 1st Place Welding
Brianna Zupko - 1st Place Extemporaneous Speaking
Brandon Clinton - 3rd Place Job Skills Demonstration
Timothy Bridges - 2nd Place T-shirt Design

Congratulations to these students! We are very proud of each of you and your hard work! #RamPride #SkillsUSA

WCHS Students Place in the Top 40 on the HOSA State Qualification Test WCHS Students Place in the Top 40 on the HOSA State Qualification Test

Congratulations to the following students for placing in the Top 40 on the HOSA (Future Health Professionals) State Qualification Testing:

Madison McAllister- Medical Assisting

Mckenzie Bryan- Veterinary Science 

Awesome job, Madison and Mckenzie! We are so proud of you! #RamPride

WCHS Junior, Janya Green, Receives the 2020 4-H Youth in Action Pillar Award WCHS Junior, Janya Green, Receives the 2020 4-H Youth in Action Pillar Award

Congratulations to Janya Green! She recently won the 2020 4-H Youth in Action Pillar Award for Agriculture! She was one of only 3 students to receive such an award in the entire country!  We are extremely proud of Janya and her work in Agriculture! The full article from the Albany Herald can be found by clicking here. #RamPride

WCHS Students Attend State Beta Convention WCHS Students Attend State Beta Convention

Our WCHS Beta Club members performed extremely well at this year's Georgia State Beta Club Convention. With stiff academic competition from public and private schools across the state, our students usually place in the top five once every five years. This year, WCHS took home four top 4 finishes out of a pool of over 2,000 academically talented competitors. Congratulations to the following state winners who are eligible to compete at the National Convention in Fort Worth, Texas:

David Singletary- 2nd place in Agriscience
Cole Tucker- 3rd place in Social Studies
Olivia Yonce- 4th place in Creative Writing
 
Awesome job, guys! We are so proud of your hard work! #RamPride
WCHS STAR Student and Teacher Announced WCHS STAR Student and Teacher Announced

Congratulations to our 2020 STAR Student, Gregory Williams!  Mr. Williams selected Social Studies teacher, Mr. Josh Miller as the 2020 STAR Teacher.

The Page Student-Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR) program is sponsored, administered, and promoted by the Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE). Since its creation by the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, the STAR program has honored nearly 27,500 students and the teachers they have selected as having had the most influence on their academic achievement. To obtain the STAR nomination, graduating high school seniors must have the highest score on a single test date on the SAT and be in the top 10 percent or top 10 students of their class based on grade point average.  The Sylvester Kiwanis Club is the local STAR program sponsor.  This is an outstanding accomplishment, and we are very proud of you both! #RamPride

WCHS Welding Students Tour Welding Facilities WCHS Welding Students Tour Welding Facilities
Students in Mr. Cory Miller's Welding classes toured several businesses in Sylvester and Tifton on Tuesday, January 21, 2020.  Students toured Park Built and Scales, Systems & Automation in Sylvester.  A special thanks to Stacey Roberts and Jimmy Parker for allowing these students to tour their facilities and learn more about the welding industry and other opportunities associated with the welding industry. 
 
Students then traveled to Tifton and toured First Products.  Students were allowed to tour the facility and actually watch products being made.  First Products ships products all over the United States and other countries as well.  
 
Students completed the day at Southern Regional Technical College.  Ms. Mandy Ponder met with the students to explain the admission policy.  Then students were given a tour of the different labs on campus.  Students toured the Drafting classroom and the Welding Lab.  Instructors were on hand to give an overview of the courses taught and answer questions from students.
WCHS FBLA Students Attend Region I Conference WCHS FBLA Region I Conference Results

Six WCHS FBLA students attended the FBLA Region I Conference at Southern Regional Technical College in Moultrie, GA, on Friday, January 17, 2020. 

The following students won awards at the conference:
Luke Cooper - 1st place Client Services
Lora Coxwell - 1st place Public Speaking
Kyjuana Vance - 2nd place Impromptu Speaking
Fatima Resendez - 5th place Intro to Public Speaking
Zakkery Parton - 6th place Business Calculations

Congratulations to these students! We are very proud of your hard work! #RamPride

Individual photos can be found by clicking the following link.
FBLA Region I Conference

(Group Picture) Pictured left to right: Fatima Resendez, Ranijel Farley, Lora Coxwell, Madison Patton, Kyjuana Vance, and Luke Cooper (Zakkery Parton not available at the time of the picture.)

WCHS Yearbook and Senior Ad Information WCHS Yearbook and Senior Ad Information

All yearbook balances and senior ad balances must be paid in full by February First.  See Dr. H. Powell to take care of this.  Yearbooks can still be purchased for $70.00 at this time. The price will go to $80 in March.

Worth County School District Teacher of the Year Announced Kaleigh Whitman, WCSD Teacher of the Year 2020

At the January 2020 Board of Education meeting, each school's Teacher of the Year was recognized.  The Board then announced the teacher chosen as the district's Teacher of the Year.  Congratulations to Kaleigh Whitman!

WCHS Students in Essentials of Healthcare and Sports Medicine Classes Practice Surgery Using Celery WCHS Students in Essentials and Sports Medicine Classes Practice Surgery Using Celery

Students in Mrs. Jones' Essentials of Healthcare and Sports Medicine classes used the newly learned anatomy terms to perform "surgery" on Mr. Cello today.  The students prepped and performed the surgery using celery as their patient.

WCHS Senior, Brianna Zupko, Signs to Attend Georgia Southwestern State University WCHS Senior, Brianna Zupko, Signs to Attend Georgia Southwestern State University

WCHS Senior, Brianna Zupko, signed a letter of intent to attend Georgia Southwestern State University in Americus, Georgia, as a student-athlete on January 15, 2020. She will be joining the Canes this fall. Congratulations, Brianna! We are very proud of you and wish you the best in all of your future endeavors!  #GoRams #RamPride

WCHS Junior, Talley Powell, Qualifies for All-State Band WCHS Junior, Talley Powell, Qualifies for All-State Band

Congratulations to WCHS Junior, Talley Powell, for earning a spot in the Georgia All-State Band for her flute performance during the second round of auditions on Saturday, January 11, 2020, in McDonough. This is the second year in a row that Talley has qualified for the Georgia All-State Band.  She will travel to Athens, Georgia during the week of March 5th to attend this statewide event. Congratulations, Talley, for being one of the top 10 flute players in the state of Georgia! We are so proud of your hard work and dedication! #RamPride

WCHS Senior, Don Terry, Signs to Attend Brewton-Parker College WCHS Senior, Don Terry, Signs to Attend Brewton-Parker College

WCHS Senior, Don Terry, signed a letter of intent to attend Brewton-Parker College in Mount Vernon, Georgia, as a student-athlete on January 10, 2020. He will be joining the Barons this fall to play golf at the next level. Congratulations, Don! We are very proud of you and wish you the best in all of your future endeavors!  #GoRams #RamPride

WCHS Introduces New Head Football Coach, Phillip Ironside WCHS Head Football Coach Ironside Press Conference

WCHS held a press conference on January 8, 2020, to introduce the new Head Football Coach, Phillip Ironside!  Welcome to the Ram Family, Coach Ironside!  We are excited to have you and your family here in Worth County! #RamPride #GoRams

WCHS Football Athletes Selected as All Region 1-AAA Players of the Year WCHS All-Region 1-AAA Football Players

Congratulations to the following Rams Varsity football players!

WCHS Band Members Earn a Seat in District Honor Band WCHS Band Members Earn a Seat in District Honor Band

Congratulations to the following Ram Band members for being selected to the All-District Honor Band!

WCHS Juniors, Shaun Harrell and Jordan Curry, Receive Awards WCHS Shaun Harrell and Jordan Curry,

Congratulations to Shaun Harrell and Jordan Curry! They were honored at the In the Game Magazine Banquet recently in Valdosta. Shaun was awarded Offensive Player of the Year for Worth County. Jordan Curry was awarded the Defensive Player of the Year for Worth County. Congratulations to you guys! #RamPride

WCHS Students Visit Pine Shadows and PruittHealth WCHS Students Visit Pine Shadows and PruittHealth

Mrs. Tillery and Mrs. Garwood’s class visited Pine Shadows and PruittHealth care on December 12, 2019. They colored Christmas cards and made snowflake ornaments for all the residents. Afterward, they went to El Metate for lunch, where the food and service were excellent! A fun time was had by all! #RamPride

WCHS JROTC Cadets Attend Purple Heart Ball WCHS JROTC Cadets Attend Purple Heart Ball

Cadets from the WCHS JROTC were recently able to present the colors and saber arch for the Military Order of the Purple Heart Ball at the Elk's Lodge in Valdosta, GA. This is the second year WCHS Cadets have been invited to attend and present. The Cadets were also allowed to change and stay for the Ball and mingle with other wounded Veterans from around Georgia. The Cadets were awarded a plaque and ceremonial cups for their hard work and dedication to Wounded Warriors. Awesome job, Cadets! #RamPride #GoRams

WCHS Block Schedule 2020-21 WCHS Block Schedule 2020-21

WCHS will be transitioning to a block schedule for the 2020-21 school year. Please see the attached flyer for more information.

WCHS PBIS Character Word for November WCHS PBIS Character Word for November

WCHS's PBIS character word of the month is prepared. This month, and always, we ask that students remember the importance of being prepared. Below are a few key points that teachers and students will focus on this month.

Prepared:

  • Being prepared gives you the confidence you can complete the task ahead.
    • When you take a test and have not studied, how do you feel?
    • When you take a test and have studied, how do you feel?
  • All energy and thoughts can focus on the task instead of how to make-up your deficiencies due to not being prepared.
  • Proper preparation allows you to make adjustments when certain events happen.  You learn to respond to pressure situations adequately and efficiently.
  • Always work hard no matter the situation.
  • Remember to prepare in advance for any task ahead.
  • Proper planning leads to proper results.
WCHS Apply to College Day for Seniors WCHS Apply to College Day for Seniors

   

WCHS Guidance Department is hosting an Apply to College Day on Thursday, November 14, 2019, from 8:00 to 11:00.  This event will give WCHS graduating seniors an opportunity to apply to colleges/universities without leaving the campus. 

Representatives from the following colleges/universities/colleges will be in attendance:

  • Abraham Baldwin College
  • Albany State University
  • Albany Technical College
  • Andrew College
  • Fort Valley State College
  • Georgia Southwestern State University
  • Gordon State College
  • Middle Georgia State University
  • South Georgia State College
  • South Regional Technical College
  • Thomas University 
  • Valdosta State University

A representative from Georgia Student Finance will also be in attendance to help students complete their FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Parents are welcome to attend this event. For more information, please contact the WCHS Guidance Department.

WC Rams Baseball Coach Receives Award WC Rams Baseball Coach Receives Award

Congratulations to Coach Will Smith! He was recently chosen as the state of Georgia 2020 Ethics and Professional Coaching Award winner.  The award is the highest honor from the GADC and is awarded at the annual convention held in Atlanta, Ga each January.  The GADC represents baseball at all levels in the State of Georgia but emphasizes the importance of high school coaches.  Each year coaches are selected as award winners for various categories, including Coach of the Year, Field of the Year, Hall of Fame inductions, and many other awards.  The most coveted recognition is the Ethics and Professional Coaching Award. The winner is chosen from a committee made up of college and high school coaches and comes from nominations taken statewide.

WCHS Special Education Department Wins 1st Place in Scarecrow Contest WCHS Special Education Department Wins 1st Place in Scarecrow Contest

Congratulations to the WCHS Special Education Department! They won 1st place in the recent Downtown Sylvester Fall Scarecrow Decorating Contest!  Awesome job to all!  #RamPride

Additional photos can be found by clicking the following link.

WCHS Scarecrow

 

WCHS Welding Students Present Custom Made Bench to Former Mayor WCHS Welding Students Present Custom Made Bench to Former Mayor

WCHS College and Career Academy Dual Enrollment Welding students designed and built a custom bench for former Mayor Bill Yearta to honor his 17 years of service as Mayor of the City of Sylvester!  Mr. Settle, accompanied by the students who built the bench, presented their work of art to Mr. and Mrs. Yearta on October 31, 2019! #RamPride

Click the link below for more pictures.

CTAE Welding

WCHS Ram Band Makes a Clean Sweep at 2019 Sound of Gold Competition WCHS Ram Band Make Clean Sweep at 2019 Sound of Gold Competition

Congratulations to our WCHS Ram Band! They won the 2019 Sound of Gold Division Championship on Saturday, October 26th, in Waycross! Not only were they the overall winners, but they also came in 1st place in the following categories: Color Guard, Drum Major, Drum Line, and Band. Awesome job to all!  We are so proud of each of you and your hard work and dedication!  #RamPride #GoRams

WCHS Competition Cheerleaders Take Home First Place at Colquitt County's Packer Pride Cheer Classic WCHS Competition Cheerleaders Take Home First Place

Congratulations to the WCHS Competition Cheerleaders! Coach Watson and Coach Inman are excited and proud to announce that the girls beat Crisp County on Saturday, October 26th, at the Colquitt County Packer Pride Cheer Classic in Moultrie! They left “Packer Pride” with a 1st place trophy in hand! Not only did they win first place, but they also increased their scores by almost 30 points from their previous competition in Columbus.  Furthermore, they beat their highest score from the 2018 season by two points! Way to go, girls!  We are so proud of each of you and your hard work!  #GoRams #RamPride

We want to invite everyone to the Last Chance Cheer Classic at WCHS this Saturday, November 2nd, to cheer on the girls!  They are expected to perform around 3:00 PM, and WCMS is expected to compete around 10:00 AM. There will be 28 teams competing. The competition begins at 9 AM with the middle school division.  The high school division will begin at noon. Admission is $10 for the middle school session and $10 for the high school session.  GHSA passes will be honored, but Century Club will not. Come out and support these Rams! 

WCHS Cross-Country Runners Headed to State Competition WCHS Cross-Country Runners Headed to State Competition

Huge congratulations to WCHS Senior, Brianna Zupko! Brianna came in 1st place at the Region Championship on October 24th in Crisp County with a time of 21:18. This is Brianna’s fourth straight first-place win at a Region Competition. She will be representing the WCHS girls at the State Competition in Carrollton, GA on Saturday, November 2, 2019. The WCHS boys came in 3rd place! The following top five boys will be advancing to the State Competition: Conner Mullen, Zalen Timmons, Luke Paramore, Levon Legree, and Clarence Griffin. Congratulations to these guys as well! We are so proud of each of you and your hard work and dedication this season! #GoRams #RamPride

 

WCHS Drama Club Places 2nd at the 1-AAA Region Competition WCHS Drama Club Places 2nd at the 1-AAA Region Competition

Congratulations to the WCHS Drama Club! They performed magnificently at the 1-AAA One-Act Region Competition on October 24, 2019.  They came in 2nd place and proudly brought home a trophy.

In addition, Joanna Smith and Kayla Martin were both selected as members of the ten-member All-Region cast.  Furthermore, Kayla was also given a medal as one of the top 4!
 
The WCHS Drama Club is under the direction of Mrs. Kelli Woodall.  We are so proud of each of the actors and crew members for putting together such an amazing performance!  #GoRams #RamPride
 
WCHS 2019 Homecoming Week Spirit Days WCHS 2019 Homecoming Week Spirit Days

WCHS had a BLAST celebrating the 2019 Homecoming Week. Click the link below to enjoy photos from each spirit day!

2019 Homecoming Week

CrisisGo App for Parents - Bus Route Information CrisisGo Parent Download Instructions: Bus Routes

Keep up to date on bus route information with the CrisisGo App for parents. 
For any questions contact the Transportation Department at - 229-776-8612

Letter to Parents: Falsifying Threats It's Not a Joke.  Think Before You Post.
WCHS/WCMS Cross-Country Meet Results - Sherwood Christian Academy Race August 17, 2019 WCMS-WCHS Cross Country Meet Sherwood Christian Academy
FY20 WCSD Code of Conduct

Click below to view the FY20 WCSD Code of Conduct. 
Access this file anytime by clicking Quick Links > Board of Education > Code of Conduct.

Interested in becoming a Worth County Schools Substitute Teacher?

ESS has partnered with Worth County Schools to provide substitute teachers.  ESS substitutes enjoy flexible schedules, weekly pay, training, and benefits/401K.

Infinite Campus Parent Portal Infinite Campus

Infinite Campus is our district-wide student information system.  The Infinite Campus Parent Portal provides parents with a fast and convenient way to check student grades, schedules, attendance, and other resources.

Worth County Schools Partners with ESS for Substitute Staff - Information to Apply ESS Logo - Every day counts.

Worth County Schools is excited to announce that we've partnered with ESS! Moving forward, they will be responsible for recruiting, credentialing, hiring, placing, and managing all substitute teachers, paraprofessionals, school nutrition workers, clerical personnel, etc. in the district.  Please visit www.ESS.jobs to apply today!