July 6, 2022
July 7, 2022
July 8, 2022
July 11, 2022
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM VB Kids Camp both gyms
5:00 PM Board Work Session
6:00 PM Board Meeting
July 12, 2022
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Dance practice-dance room
CLASS of 2022 GRADUATES
Transcripts will not be verified, signed and final until mid-June. If you completed the senior survey, you do NOT need to request that your final transcript be sent. The guidance office uses the senior survey responses to send final transcripts.
Congratulations to the Lady Wildcats as they advance to the State Softball Tournament. Their first game will be Tuesday at McKnight Park in Murfreesboro at 5:30.
They will also play Wednesday at 11:30am. If you child wants to attend, they will need to turn in a parent note tomorrow allowing them to leave after 1st block on Wednesday. This will mean the student will take their 2nd block test on Tuesday; therefore the need for the parent note tomorrow as opposed to turning it in Wednesday.
Last Day of School
Wednesday is the last day for students. If your student has all of their work complete, they can be dismissed after 2nd block from homeroom, provided they turn in a parent note to their homeroom teacher giving them permission. Buses will run at their normal time.
We will not be accepting dismissal notes through Skyward on Wednesday due to the volume and homeroom teachers collecting notes for their students.
Students, are you interested in student council for next year? If show, click on the link below.
Today at midnight the online Adidas Store will be closing. See the attached flyer if you are interested in purchasing some Wildcat gear.
Good luck to the Lady Wildcat Softball team as they play for the Region Championship this evening, 6pm at Wilson Central.
Congratulations to Anindita Das on winning the individual Region Tennis Championship!
Section Track & Field Championship Results
We competed this past Thursday and Friday for a chance to make it to the State Championships. Here are our state qualifiers.
Boys 4x100 meter relay: Jase Neuble, Ian Alley, Ezekiel Feathers, Aden Bryan - Section Champions with new school record time of 42.66
Boys 4x200 meter relay: Aden Bryan, Ian Alley, Ezekiel Feathers, Malachi Clemmons - 3rd place with a school record time of 1:29.72
Girls 4x100 meter relay: Sterling Webb, Maya Follmer, Aspen Watkins, Alana Follmer - 4th place with a time of 50.43
Girls 4x200 meter relay: Alana Follmer, Aspen Watkins, Maya Follmer, Sterling Webb - 4th place with a school record time of 1:44.71
Aden Bryan: 2nd in the 100-meter dash in 10.96
Aden Bryan: 4th place 200-meter dash in 22.43
Maya Follmer: 2nd place 100-meter hurdles in 15.50
Sterling Webb: 4th place 400-meter dash in 1:01.51
Blake Hobbs: 4th place long jump of 22'3.75"
Maya Follmer: 6th place pentathlon with a school record of 2651 points
All of these relay teams and individuals will be competing for a state championship on Thursday May 26th at MTSU. This is the most we have ever sent to state. Please congratulate these individuals if you get a chance. They have worked so hard for this all season.
Jonathan Daniel Booher
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Saturday is graduation day! It is a time to celebrate the accomplishments of the Class of 2022. As we move closer, I ask that you be vigilant of the weather that is forecasted. If by chance we have to move inside, each family is allowed only four tickets. Please begin to think about who that may be if needed. We will make that determination closer to Saturday and I will communicate by email.
At this time based on the forecast I see, we will not be inside so all guests are welcome to attend. I would suggest bringing some water as it looks to be 90 degrees and sunshine.
We will have the graduation ceremony live streaming. You have to create a free account to view.
Attached is a map for ADA parking and seating. Please be aware that both are first come and first serve.
We are asking graduates be at school at 12:30. The gates to the football field will open at 1:00 pm. You may bring chairs and sit around the track or may sit in the bleachers.
We look forward to celebrating the Class of 2022 and cant wait to see you there!
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Ms. Ray was nominated for a teacher appreciation cruise from Norwegian, but the better part of the nomination is that our theatre department could potentially win $25,000. This will go to some much needed repairs and equipment upgrades for the theatre. I'd appreciate a vote if you have a chance and so would the students.
Attention Senior Class of 2023!
Now is the time to book your senior portrait session with Loveless Fine Photography. Loveless portraits are the official and only portraits used in the yearbook. Summer is the best time to be photographed. Especially if you are involved in a fall activity or sport. Please call and book your senior portrait session today! 615-890-1558
Two of our students volunteered their time to rejuvenate the WC on the front lawn. Ethan Joki 11th and Will Hager 9th dug out the old wooden posts around the WC sign, placed new metal posts that won’t rot, and spread gravel to make it look nicer and then painted the WC. It looks great so you see them please tell them thank you.
Please join me in congratulating Maggie Donovan! Maggie, a Sophomore, created a white charcoal drawing on black paper. The drawing titled Dasein was chosen for the Tennessee Tech art exhibition's most prestigious award!
This was a self portrait reflecting on adolescence and growth through the eye of the High School experience.
Maggie will receive a $1,000 scholarship to the School of Art, Craft & Design at Tennessee Tech University for her hard work! This piece was also created in part during the Evening of the Art!
Congratulations to Trevor Reimert, who achieved his Boy Scout Eagle Rank and will be receiving that plus two Eagle Palms at his Court of Honor scheduled for June 4th
The district final was last night and after the game four of our Wildcats were honored with awards. Contgratulations!
1st Team All-District
Zack Anderson – Senior captain (signed with UT Southern)
Jacob Blue – Senior captain (signed with Union)
2nd Team All-District
Cody Hitt – Junior
Blake Bertagnolli – Sophomore
We have a limited number (ONLY 3 LEFT!) of extra 2021-2022 yearbooks available for purchase. Yearbooks are $100, cash or check (check made out to Wilson Central High School). If you would like to purchase a 2021-2022 yearbook, please come by Room S119. Extras are first come, first serve! Yearbook Advisor: Jessica Agee: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have preordered a yearbook and don't have it yet, please come by Room S119 to pick it up during Homeroom, Lunch, or 4th Period!
Attention WCHS Wildcats and future Wildcats! If you are creative, responsible, and want to be a part of one of the most important journalism organizations in high school, come join the WCHS Blue Prints Yearbook Staff! Be a part of something huge and help create THE most important book in high school! Please go here to complete the online application for the 2022-2023 school year: https://link.zixcentral.com/u/ac3c3987/bDusAaHF7BGyQ6-rCmwmKA?u=https%3A%2F%2Fforms.gle%2F4LwDKM82WiixzGXC8
Please email any questions to Jessica Agee at email@example.com
The spring dance show “Walking on Sunshine” will take place Friday and Saturday, May 13th and 14th at 7:00pm! This show will feature dance 2, 3, and 4 as well as our dance alumni! Tickets are available on gofan.co. We hope to see you there!
Please help us congratulate Kyleigh and Kyndal Pitzer who competed at the National ProStart Invitational in Washington DC this past weekend. They developed a restaurant concept and competed in the management contest. The Pitzer girls won 3rd in the nation with their Pitzer Cookie Co concept! They received a combined $30,000 in scholarships to different culinary schools plus $3500 each from the foundation to be used at college! We are so proud of them!
Underclassmen; Last week of school.
Attendance will be taken through May 25th. As a district we do not have semester exams. Teachers will be having a test, project, essay or presentation that will count in the 4th 9 weeks grade. Below is the schedule. If a student has no work to make-up on Wednesday afternoon, they can turn in a parent note to their homeroom teacher and be dismissed from homeroom.
May 24th, regular schedule. Summative Activity during 3rd and 4th
May 25th, regular schedule, Summative Activity during 1st and 2nd. Afternoon can be make-ups as needed.
Rising Seniors of 2023
Please remind your juniors (rising seniors) that painted parking spots are available for purchase in N201 during lunch and after school. They are also available for purchase before school Wednesday through Friday this week and all next week. Last day to purchase is 5/20.
Wilson Central FFA Greenhouse
This will be the last week our greenhouse here at Wilson Central will be open for business. We will be open from 9-4:00 m-f and sat 8-12. We still have a good selection to choose from. Below is a list of what we have left. Everything is half price and ready to move.
Non Stop Begonias
Dragon Wing Begonias
Apple Blossom Begonias
New Guinea Impatiens
And maybe a few more varieties!
Financial Obligations: You must clear all financial obligations before you can receive your diploma. This includes turning in or paying for Chromebooks, textbooks, library books, etc.
Parents: The ceremony is open to anyone who wishes to attend. We will have the bleachers available and you may bring a chair to sit around the track. There will be a designated area for ADA seating. It will be a first come first serve area. There will also be ADA parking available and will provide a map closer to graduation explaining where it will be located. HOWEVER, if we have to move the event into the gym, each graduate will only be allowed four guests into the gym to view the ceremony. Additionally, guests are welcome to watch it in the cafeteria and auditorium.
Graduate Dress Code: The required dress for graduation ceremony is stated below. We expect our seniors to wear appropriate clothing.
Boys: White or solid colored shirt with collar (long or short sleeved), dress pants, and dress shoes.
Girls: Dress or skirt (no longer than the gown, no specific color) or dress pants and dress shoes. Heels may sink in the dirt on the football field. You may want to bring bobby pins to secure your cap to your head.
• REMEMBER TO BRING YOUR CAP AND TASSEL.
• NO HORNS, BALLOONS, OR BEACH BALLS AT THE CEREMONY.
DAY OF GRADUATION SCHEDULE
• Seniors need to arrive at Wilson Central and enter in the small cafeteria by 12:30 pm.
• Graduation ceremony is at 2:00 pm
• Please allow for 1 ½ hours for the ceremony if you are making dinner reservations.
PHOTOS: We have arranged for Loveless Photography to take your pictures when you receive your diploma. A few days after graduation, all images will go online at www.lovelessphotography.com. There will be a Gallery for Wilson Central Graduation.
STREAMING: Wilson Central High School will stream commencement ceremonies for those who can’t be in attendance. The graduation is FREE TO WATCH. You just have to have a “free account” on www.nfhsnetwork.com. The link for graduation will be provided at a later date.
What's Up Wilson!
The Wilson County Board of Education will meet in a Special Called Meeting on June 23, 2022 at 5:30 p.m. at the Wilson County BOE Administrative & Training Complex, 415 Harding Drive, Lebanon, TN 37087. The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss and possibly vote on Land RFP, Waste Disposal Contract and Budget Amendments.
Welcome Center Summer Hours: The Welcome Center will be open this summer on July 8, 11, 14, & 15 from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Families may make appointments or walk in for assistance with registration for the 2022-2023 school year. The Welcome Center is located in the Adult Education entrance of the Administrative Training Complex at 415 Harding Drive, Lebanon, TN 37087. Wilson County Schools will host a Registration Night for ESL families on July 21 from 4:00-6:00 p.m. at Rutland Elementary School. Interpreters will be available to assist. Families may bring their own device or use ones provided by the school.