School is out this week for the Thanksgiving holidays. We sure hope everyone is enjoying time off from school and enjoying time with family. The Martin News wishes you all a great holiday season. Here is some news form the schools before they left for the holidays.
WCPS has loaded several pictures, including those from the Veteran’s Day program and student of the week pictures, to the Worth County Primary School Facebook page. Be sure to check them out.
WCES has something to be extremely excited about! The statement from the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement web site further demonstrates the commitment of the faculty and staff at WCES and the hard work of our students and parents. Worth County Elementary School’s overall performance is higher than 72% of schools in the state and is higher than its district. Its student’s academic growth is higher than 79% of schools in the state. Way to go WCES.
WCMS Gifted/Accelerated students are selling tickets for their fundraiser. The tickets are for a chance to win a gift basket. There are several different themed baskets and tickets are $5 each. Drawing will be held on December 14th. Please see a Gifted/Accelerated student for a ticket or check on Facebook. Be sure to look on the Worth County Middle School Facebook page for the pictures they recently uploaded of the Beta Club Induction Ceremony and the WCMS “A” Honor Roll Students.
WCHS FCCLA students created dog chew toys out of old T-shirts. Completed chew toys will be donated to the Best Friends Humane Society during the upcoming school-wide donation drive. What a great idea! Good job, FCCLA students! The Math League is going strong at WCHS. The top scorers for the October Georgia Math league test were: Jessica Lane (winner), Reese Hancock, Shermor Touze, Ashley Whitman, Larry Adams, Kasey Black, and Day Story. The top scorers for the November Georgia Math league test were: Justin Hamilton (winner), Reese Hancock, and Jordan Luster.
Source: WCSD Web Page, WCSD Facebook Page & The Martin News