WCS News

  • The locations for the student Access Points are as follows:

    The name of the access point will be student and the password is wcstudent

    TYPE AS WRITTEN NO CAPS IN THE PASSWORD. 

     Yerkwood Volunteer Fire Dept.

    8 Oakahalla St.

    Quinton, Al. 35130

     

    Thatch Volunteer Fire Dept.

    10338 Hwy. 195

    Jasper, Al. 35503

     

    Nauvoo City Hall

    176 McDaniel Rd.

    Nauvoo, Al 35578    

     

    Pumpkin Center First Baptist Church

    20 Pumpkin Center Loop 

    Quinton, Al. 35130

     

    Townley First Baptist Church

    285 Alabama Ave.

    Townley Al. 35587 

     

     Empire Church of God

    6311 Hill Rd.

    Empire, Al. 35063

     

     

     

                       

     

     

     

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  • Translated message from Dr. Hagood

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  • Kindergarten for 2020-2021

    • Students are strongly encouraged to attend traditional school. The American Academy of Pediatrics strongly advocates having children physically present in the school.
    • Virtual learning option is not developmentally appropriate for kindergarten students—learning is hands on and not technology centered education.
    • Kindergarten provides much more than teaching letters, numbers and writing. A big focus is social-emotional learning where children learn how to be kind to each other and follow directions.
    • Kindergarten sets the tone for a child’s education!
    • If you choose not to send your child to school, there will be an alternative learning plan that consists of take home kits and required periodic school visits.

    PreK Students will not be given the opportunity to choose remote learning.  However, if the child is sick or a school closure is necessary a learning plan will be provided.

     

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    Click on this link for a graphic of learning options: 2020 learning options graphic

     

    Click on this link for available online course list:Click here for available remote courses

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  • 13 Students are recogonized by Dr. Joel Hagood for being the newest members of the ACT 30 Plus Society.

     

    Carbon Hill: Students Jacob Aldridge, Gaige Tittle, Thomas Haley

    Cordova High: Kayla Hutton, McCartney Hagar, Hannah Hiott

    Curry High Ansleigh Key, Allie Downs, Laycee Cordell

    Oakman High: Emily Gurganus Tristin Lollar, Jace McClenny

    Dora High: Courtney Stone 

    Dr Hagood said. " Quite an Accomplishment by these young men and ladies."

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  • Dora High recieves Honors at the Bevill Torch Competition


    Dora High student receive Honors at the Bevill Torch Competition. 


     

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  • Census in the classroom. See link below for classroom activities.

    Census for students


     

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  • 7th Grade Boys Bankhead Middle School Walker County Champions 2019BMS basketball Champions Walker County 2019

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    Bankhead Middle celebrates STEM certification.

    StemBMS

     

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