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    Travis Mayfield, Principal
    Chip Bevis, Assistant Principal (9th)
    Jason Franklin, Assistant Principal (10th)
    Missi Oakley, Assistant Principal (11th)
    Ranesa Shipman, Assistant Principal (12th)
    Jennifer Ankney, Assistant Principal
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    8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

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  • NAVY JROTC
    GAJMOAA Scholarship Results

    Good afternoon gentlemen.  Just wanted to pass along the results of our board meeting this morning where we selected our scholarship recipients for this year.  We had two very phenomenal nominees and determined that both of these fine young cadets were deserving of recognition.  Therefore, we decided to award the following scholarship:

    Cadet Ensign Jolene Mach, Wilson Central High School NJROTC.  Cadet Mach has been accepted and will be attending Belmont University where she plans to major in pre-med while aspiring to become a family physician.  She will be receiving a $500.00 scholarship to assist with expenses while attending Belmont. 

    On behalf of the General Andrew Jackson Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America, I want to congratulate each of these outstanding young Americans and wish them every success in the future.

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  • Just wanted to share that this year several AV students entered the annual MTSU Blue Spark Awards for High School Media. Out of 23 total nominations for the state, we received 8 nominations! Our students were finalists in every category they entered! Not only did we bring home Best Of Show for Dakota Russ's short film "Cross Check" but the judges created a special award for Isabelle Leonard, giving her the title of "Most Original Film Maker"!! We were also Finalist for Best News Compilation, nominated with Brentwood High School and Franklin High - whose broadcasts rival that of national network broadcasts! We were welcomed by the MTSU College of Media like we were royalty! They sat us front row for the broadcast and could not stop talking about the talent of our students.  If you haven't subscribed to our YouTube channel - WCNN, please do. I appreciate any support I can get for these hardworking and creative young filmmakers! Look for our movie poster campaign coming next week and our Kubrick Directors Series to be released next week as well.
    News has been placed on hold while working on videos for TASC, Senior Night, and outside projects this past week, but we continue to post updates on school events on our Facebook page.

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  • Wilson Central Student Council hosted the 72nd annual Tennessee Association of Student Council’s leadership conference, and in large thanks you and your continual support, it was an amazing success. Thank you for your help decorating Friday, for allowing us to use your classrooms, for allowing students out of class on Friday, for coming out and helping judge speeches (Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Prince, Mrs. Rich, Mrs. Rommel, and Ms. Sims) for directing traffic, and for picking the slack when we needed your help. As a way of saying thank you, there will be left over Painturo’s baked spaghetti in the main teacher’s work area during lunch. Katherine Ray served as our stage manager, and as usual, she killed it!! A special shout out to Abby Countryman and Brittany Booher for being her all weekend. Mrs. Ankney was here in full Stranger Things attire for most the weekend supporting and troubleshooting for us as well. Officer Locke rounded out the weekend serving as security. I also want to thank our cafeteria manager for her assistance. Last but certainly not least, we could not have functioned without the hours and money our parents put in to help make this weekend a success.

    Our Student Council represented the school and community with a servant attitude and a work ethic you would be proud to have seen. If you see any council kids today, please congratulate them for a job well done.

    In addition to hosting the conference, we were recognized as a 4 Star Council and one of nine schools in the state recognized as a Platinum Council.

    The following students received individual awards as well:

    Merin Sadler – Member of the Year
    Raymond Ni – Above and Beyond

    All Star:
    Ellen Ewing
    Ashleigh Bonds
    Thai Mason
    Raymond Ni
    Chloe Schiopu
    Sydney Davidson
    Makenzie Shipman
    Mackenzie Welch

    Impact:
    Isabelle Leonard
    Mackenzie Abigt-Hansen
    Makenna McGuire
    Navaneeth Shibu
    Kevin Adelsberger
    Emma Brewer
    Jesse Daniel

    Legacy:
    Emma Brewer
    Jesse Daniel

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  • State FFA Convention Results
    Please take a moment to congratulate any of the following students you may have in class on all their achievements at State FFA Convention last week!  They have worked intelligently over the course of the past year to make our FFA Chapter successful.

    A list of all awards is outlined below, as well as team members.
    •    3 Star National Chapter Award
    •    Superior Chapter Award
    •    Outstanding Chapter FFA Leadership Camp
    •    100% Membership Award
    •    10% Membership Increase
    •    2nd Horse Evaluation
    o    Regan Black, Simone Allen, Hunter Sanders, Sam Calvetti, Megan Cartee, Makayla Bizzell, Ashley Davis
    •    2nd Environmental Natural Resources
    o    Hannah Thompson, Shelby Summar, KJ Mills, Hunter Sanders, Madison McDonald
    •    2nd Poultry Evaluation
    o    Hannah Thompson, Shelby Summar, Sadie Pittman, Sarah England
    •    2nd Parliamentary Procedure
    o    Reagan Smithing, Shelby Summar, Hannah Thompson, Madison McDonald, Brooke Martin, Libbi Booker
    •    6th Food Science & Technology
    o    Katherine Sleezer, Megan Cartee, Maci Ferrell, Samantha Calvetti, Kaden Jenkins
    •    6th Milk Quality & Products
    o    Molly Castle, Telisha Morgan, Hunter Sanders, Ashley Bennett, Taylor Vivrette
    •    8th Meat Science & Technology
    o    Abby Zaffiro, Haylee Moultrie, KJ Mills, Regan Black
    •    8 Tennessee FFA State Degree Recipients
    o    Chyanne Bowlen, Shelby Summar, Hannah Thompson, Hunter Sanders, Sydney Miller, Thomas Courtney, Kaliegh Crabtree, Stephen Goddard
    •    15th Quiz Bowl
    o    Stephen Goddard, Simone Allen, Olivia White, Jacob Favoroso, Faith Cook
    •    9 Agriscience Fair Exhibitors
    o    Bailey Roddy, Garrett Jennings, Parker Arvin, Nile Saunders, Chance Dedman, Tayonna Johns, Samantha Calvetti, Alecia Winter, Namyah Rhodes

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  • NEWS FROM THE COUNSELING OFFICE

    1.      SCHOLARSHIPS--Don't forget to check our scholarship website.  Many local scholarships are being posted.  https://www.wcschools.com/domain/1766
    2.       SENIORS CAP AND GOWN ORDERS—We still have a large amount of seniors who have not ordered their cap and gown.  You will now be charged a late fee  of $10 in addition to the $75 base cost.  To order, go to www.balfourtn.org   When you get to the WCHS order website, scroll down and choose the “Shop Individual Products” button if you only want to order cap and gown and nothing else. You will then choose “Cap and Gown” and continue with the order process.
    3.       SENIOR SURVEY—This year the counselors will do the senior survey through Google forms.  Students will be asked about their after high school plans, scholarship money earned, and where they want their final transcript sent.  The survey will come out in April, and every senior needs to complete the survey. Students will need to be logged into their school Google account to complete the survey.
    4.       JUNIORS IN ACT PREP—Counselors will be coming to your classes on April 10 to teach about stress management.

    IMPORTANT SENIOR DATES

    May 2  TN Scholars Ceremony @ Cumberland University
    May 4  Prom
    WK May 6 and WK May 13  AP Testing
    May 10 Senior Walk at West Wilson Middle School
    May 15 @6:30 am  Stoner Creek Senior Breakfast
    May 15 @7:30am  Gladeville Elementary Senior Breakfast (RSVP to 615-444-5694)
    May 15  Rutland Elementary Senior Breakfast
    May 20 @ 2pm Awards (Local Scholarships, Departmental Awards, Military Recognition, Attendance Awards)
    May 21-22  Senior Exams
    May 23  @ 9am Senior Breakfast and Decision Day Signing Party after Breakfast
    May 25  Graduation @ MTSU (Students need to arrive by 12:30pm for practice.  Ceremony is at 3pm and should last approximately 1 ½ hours.)

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