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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.

    https://link.zixcentral.com/u/2c5825df/Vl3moenS7BGD7msMh3soMg?u=https%3A%2F%2Fcontest.nclgivingjoy.com%2Fvoteme%2F936682%2F662371903%3Flc%3Deng

     

    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

     

    Soccer News

    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

     

    Yearbooks

    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: ageejes100@wcschools.com

    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 ageejes100@wcschools.com

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  • Dance Show

    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!

     

    Culinary News

    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.

     Tomatoes

    Peppers

    Geraniums

    Hypotes

    Impatiens

    Verbena

    Marigolds

    Dianthus

    Salvia

    Non Stop Begonias

    Wave Petunias

    Dragon Wing Begonias

    Apple Blossom Begonias

    Purslane

    Portulaca

    New Guinea Impatiens

    Gerbera Daisy’s

    And maybe a few more varieties!

     

     

    Graduation Information


    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.
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    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.

     

     

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  • Senior Parents

    Many have asked about senior last day and events. Here is the detailed link Ms. Ankney shared with seniors and their families- https://link.zixcentral.com/u/0c6ca9aa/6oN7Q2zN7BGdVK8iC2wmKA?u=https%3A%2F%2Fdocs.google.com%2Fdocument%2Fd%2F142fBpHcHCGgaA-guQQsGC8rNuG3TvUhhHvyO93GFKlE%2Fedit%3Fusp%3Dsharing

    May 16- normal day

    May 17- Senior Academic Awards 9am- seniors may leave afterwards

    Last day for seniors- May 18- Seniors will pick up their graduation tickets (the ones used in event of rain) and that will serve as their attendance for the day

     May 20- Senior breakfast in small cafeteria 9-10am, Send-off pep rally 10:15 large gym, Graduation practice at 11am.

     

    Attached to this email is a brochure offering Wildcat apparel.   Please feel free to browse and purchase anything that you may want. If you scan the QR code if will take you directly to the site. Store closes on May 18, delivery to your house around June 15.

     

    Attached to this email is information about the boys basketball camp for grades 2nd thru 8th on June 6th - 8th.

     

    Congratulations to Pepsi-Cola Scholarship winner, Phoenix Koorey!

     

    Aiden Sterrett Spencer has received a $100,000 scholarship from Catawba College in North Carolina. They will be majoring BFA in musical theatre with a minor in music.  Congratulation Aiden!

     

    Yearbooks

    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: ageejes100@wcschools.com

    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 ageejes100@wcschools.com

     

    Attached is information about summer athletic activities and try-outs.



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  • LAST CHANCE to make a donation for our annual teacher appreciation raffle.  How you can help:

    Send in a gift card to the office (attn: Jill T) ANY AMOUNT, ANY PLACE Send in an item- treats, classroom supplies, swag Venmo a donation to @jill-tzompanakis and we will pick up an item on your behalf.

    Please have any donations in by May 10




    Bonjour !
    In March, several of my students competed in the 2022 National French Contest “Le Grand Concours”, an annual competition sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of French.
    If you have these students in your classes please congratulate them for their accomplishments. I am super proud of all students participating!
    Platinum medal - 1
    Elona Gashi
    Gold medal – 1
    Redion Koci
    Silver medals -
    Arina Malancea
    Bronze medals - 7
    Anindita Das, Gabriela Salazar, Hannah Frattini, Alaina Hitt, Ananda Irwin, Levi Roberts, Hannah Potter
    Mention D’honneur Certificates -8
    Nyla Pajan, Salem Pena, Ayyubkhon Sherzodov, Bailey Burket, Joplin Miller, Sudarshan Sridhar, Tammy Le, Cathryn Bowman

    Kind regards,
    Madame Ionita


    Mother’s Day Plant Sale Blow Out Extravaganza!!! Tell a Buddy, Bring a Friend!!! As of today our Mother’s Day Plant sale here at Wilson Central has started. Everything is half off!. Flats will be $6 dollars, Hanging baskets will be $6, and 6 inch pots will be $3. Stop by and pick your mom something up nice for Mother’s Day. Thank You for your support.

    Hours of operation this week
    Monday 8-3:00
    Tuesday-Closed
    Wednesday 8-3:00
    Thursday 8- 3:00
    Friday 8-3:00
    Saturday 8-12

    Yearbooks

    We have a limited number (ONLY 5 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: ageejes100@wcschools.com

    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 ageejes100@wcschools.com

     

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  • Prom will take this Saturday at The Mill in Lebanon.  The Senior Walk will begin at 7pm.  Parents are welcome to come watch and take pictures.  Seniors that would like to participate need to arrive at 7pm and have an introduction card written to give the speaker.  Example; Senior George Constanza and his date, Junior from Wilson Central Elaine Benes.  At the conclusion of the Senior Walk we will have a couple songs and then an announcement will be made "Parents, it's time to go."  We hope everyone enjoys the prom this year.

     

     

    Parents! We need your help! We need donations for our annual teacher appreciation raffle.
    -Gift cards, any value, any place
    -Wildcat swag
    -Classroom supplies
    -Etc!
    Please contact Jill T 615-342-9645
    Our goal is 150 prizes. Let’s show some Wildcat thanks to our awesome faculty & staff.
    Items can be dropped off in the main office or to Jill directly. Please get your goodies in by May 9.

    On Monday May 2nd, Grade A construction has asked to meet with anyone interested in career opportunities after high school.   They will have a presentation during homeroom in the auditorium about their apprentice program.   Any junior/senior that would be interested are welcome to attend. 

     

    Yearbooks

    We have a limited number (15 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: ageejes100@wcschools.com

     

     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/1f604059/IPjkUqHF7BGb6tkDBm1nPA?u=https%3A%2F%2Fforms.gle%2F4LwDKM82WiixzGXC8

    Please email any questions to Jessica Agee at ageejes100@wcschools.com

     

     

    Health Science News

     Please take a moment to congratulate the following Health Science students for passing the national certification exam this past Saturday and becoming Certified Clinical Medical Assistants.  Wilson Central now has 11 CCMA’s this year.  That is an awesome achievement. We are so proud of each of them.

     Clayton Duke

    Harlie Neus

    Verena Yousef

    Bonu Yuldashbaeva

     

    Please help me in congratulating the CNA class of 21-22.  All 13 students who tested Saturday April 23 passed their written and skills test for the Tennessee State Board of Health on the the first attempt.  This is a huge accomplishment for every student.  

    Carolyn Allison 

    Sandy Aramanuous 

    Ava Coffman 

    Gracie Dixon 

    Leah Lannom 

    Ella McIssac 

    Grace Monroe 

    Rubi Morris 

    Taylor Niggl 

    Taylor Petty 

    Rhian Sellers

    Alison Smith 

    Chad York 

    Madelyn Vance   (completed her temporary CNA license in September due to Covid CNA shortage and worked 200 hours before December 2021 and was advanced to full CNA license)

     

     

     

     

    Sports update for the week of April 18-23

     Welcome Wildcat fans to your weekly sports update compiled by Amy Xu of the Sports Information Department at Wilson Central High School, Below you will find the 2021-2022 Spring Sport results Baseball. Softball, Boys Soccer, Track, Tennis and LaCrosse.   Also, provided is a link to each Sports website where you can find pictures and articles written by members of SID. 

        Also provided is this link to access the nfhsnetwork.com platform where you can watch your sports live streamed (subscription needed) by the Wilson Central Sports Network (WCSN) program.

    https://link.zixcentral.com/u/487a2652/LrHhUqHF7BGb6tkDBm1nPA?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwilsoncentralsports.com%2F

     

    Varsity Baseball:

     

    Tuesday 4/19: The boys shocked everyone with a big win against Cookeville with the final score being 7-3.

    Wednesday 4/20: Wildcats won against Cookeville High School in a home game 5-3.

    Thursday 4/21: Wildcats split a doubleheader against Soddy Daisy, winning the first game 7-1 but losing 7-4 in the second game at the Trojan Invitational.

    Friday 4/22: Wilson Central Wildcats picked up a win against Gwinnett 10-4 in the third game of the Trojan Classic.

    Saturday 4/23: In the fourth and final game for the Wildcats in the Trojan Classic, we went up against Rhea County and got beat 4-2.

    https://link.zixcentral.com/u/95e3cb38/CvPhUqHF7BGb6tkDBm1nPA?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwilsoncentralsports.com%2Fteams%2F3129579%2Fboys%2Fbaseball%2Fvarsity

     

    Varsity Softball:

     

    Tuesday 4/19: Our Lady Wildcats defeated the Mount Juliet Lady Golden Bears 3-2.

    Wednesday 4/20:  The girls successfully beat Siegal with the score of 3-1.

    Thursday 4/21: Our girls played a great game against Cookeville, shutting them out 6-0.

    Saturday 4/23: Lady Wildcats went up against Mount Juliet and lost 4-3 in a makeup match.

    https://link.zixcentral.com/u/9a62339c/jjfiUqHF7BGb6tkDBm1nPA?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwilsoncentralsports.com%2Fteams%2F3129581%2Fgirls%2Fsoftball%2Fvarsity

     

    Varsity Soccer:

    Tuesday 4/19: Wildcats traveled to Lebanon High School to take on the Blue Devils and won the game 1-0.

    Friday 4/22: Cookeville led the Wildcats 3-2 at halftime and ended the game in favor of Cookeville with the score staying 3-2.

    https://link.zixcentral.com/u/483db098/snfiUqHF7BGb6tkDBm1nPA?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwilsoncentralsports.com%2Fteams%2F3129585%2Fboys%2Fsoccer%2Fvarsity

     

    Track:

     

    Thursday 4/21: Wildcats traveled to Greenhill to compete in the Wilson County vs. Summer County tournament, entitled the Battle of 109.

    https://link.zixcentral.com/u/ab4d80b4/mLTiUqHF7BGb6tkDBm1nPA?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwilsoncentralsports.com%2Fteams%2F3129589%2Fcoed%2Ftrack%2Fvarsity 

     

    Tennis:

     

    Monday 4/18: Wildcats and Lady Wildcats competed against Blackman, with the boys beating them 6-3 and the girls dominating 9-0.

    Tuesday 4/19: Only our Lady Wildcats went up against Greenbrier that afternoon, beating them 7-0.

    Thursday 4/21: Our Wildcats went up against Macon County with the girls and boys both winning 7-0.

    Friday 4/22: In the match against Beech, the girls beat their opponents 6-0. 

    https://link.zixcentral.com/u/ba6ef187/tPLiUqHF7BGb6tkDBm1nPA?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwilsoncentralsports.com%2Fteams%2F3219412%2Fcoed%2Ftennis%2Fvarsity

     

    Girls Lacrosse:

     

    Tuesday 4/19: Lady Wildcats came out victorious in the game against Centennial 8-7 in overtime..

     

    https://link.zixcentral.com/u/7132b31d/vDDjUqHF7BGb6tkDBm1nPA?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwilsoncentralsports.com%2Fteams%2F3219405%2Fgirls%2Flacrosse%2Fvarsity

     

    Boys Lacrosse:

     

    Monday 4/18: Wildcats claimed their third win of the season against Centennial High, beating them 7-5.

    Wednesday 4/20: The boys defeated Valor Collegiate Academy with the score of 7-5.

    https://link.zixcentral.com/u/e577bcd0/UGrjUqHF7BGb6tkDBm1nPA?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwilsoncentralsports.com%2Fteams%2F3177536%2Fboys%2Flacrosse%2Fvarsity

     

    Sporting Events for the week of April 25- April 30

    Monday       25th: Track, Tennis, Girls Lacrosse,

    Tuesday      26th: Track, Tennis, Soccer, Baseball Softball

    Wednesday 27th: Girls Lacrosse, Softball, Baseball

    Thursday     28th: Tennis, Softball

    Friday          29th: Soccer, Baseball

    Saturday      30th: Softball Baseball

    BOLD=HOME GAMES

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  • PUBLIC NOTICE: Special Called Board Meeting

    The Wilson County Board of Education will meet in a Special Called Meeting on May 16, 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 vote on the budget, and any related budget items, for FY 2022-2023. Additionally, West Wilson Middle School Bid will be discussed and votes may or may not be taken.

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  • Family Resource Center Needs Assessment Survey 2022-2023

    The Wilson County Schools Family Resource Center is conducting a needs assessment regarding meeting needs of students and families, and to develop goals for the Family Resource Center. Click the link above for access to the survey.

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  • ESL Welcome Center

    The Wilson County Schools ESL Welcome Center is now open and ready to serve families with other background languages. Click the link above for times, location, and more information.

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  • Open House & Parent-Teacher Conferences 2021-2022

    Open House and Parent-Teacher Conference Dates for 2021-2022 have been scheduled. Click the link above for more information.

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