Happy Friday, everyone! Here is the OUR STORY - Shout Outs! newsletter for the week!
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Thanks to the Wilson Recreation Department and the Wilson YMCA, every second-grader in our 14 elementary schools has the chance to participate in a week of swimming lessons! This is the second year the lessons have been offered. Swimming is an important life skill - especially for children. Drowning is the second leading cause of death in children ages 5-14.
On Jan. 14, the Board of Education voted to adjust the traditional calendar to stay within calendar requirements set by the state. The biggest change is that Feb. 18 is now a regular school day for students (it was a Teacher Workday). The day has been added to make up for the day missed because of snow on December 10.
We would love to have your feedback on the 2019-2020 Traditional Calendar! Please click the link below to review two screencasts created by Associate Superintendent Dr. Wilson.
We are looking for the very best teachers and support staff to join our WCS Family in 2019!!! You can access job postings at the link below, and we will also be sharing details about our upcoming WCS Job Fair soon!
The Wilson County Board of Education will meet for its regular meeting on Jan. 14 at 7:30 p.m. in the Central Office Boardroom (113 NE Tarboro St.).
Happy New Year’s Eve, everyone! As 2019 approaches, here's a look back at some of our district highlights so far this school year!
Even though we are on Winter Break, our incredible students and staff are still making headlines statewide.
At last night's Board of Education meeting, Rhyan Breen was sworn in as the newly elected representative of District 7. Also sworn in were three re-elected Board members -
Shout Out! to Fike HS Freshman Max B. With the help of his parents, Max wrote a letter that was published in The Wilson Times thanking the community for helping him feel like he belongs even though he has Autism.
Facts & Numbers
- 26 Schools
- 500 Community Partners
- 11,500 Students
- 85 National Board Certified Teachers
- 1,500 Employees
- 794 2017-18 Graduates