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  • Administration:

    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
              (Curriculum and Instruction)

    School Hours:

    8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

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  • NEWS FROM THE COUNSELING OFFICE 

     

    1. NEXT STEPS FOR TN PROMISE—Students should apply to a college that accepts TN Promise.  They must also complete the 2019-2020 FAFSA by February 1stwww.fafsa.ed.gov
    2. FRESHMEN SEMINAR—Counselors visited seminar classes the Week of November 12 to teach students about four year course planning and dating violence and abuse. Your child should have brought home a copy of the four year plan they completed in class. The plan helps students determine which classes they need to register for each year.
    3. ACT PREP STRESS MANAGEMENT LESSON—Counselors will be visiting ACT prep classes next week to teach about stress management techniques.
    4. SKYWARD STUDENT ACCESS—Students need to make sure they know their Skyward Username and Password in preparation for entering course requests for the 2019-2020 school year.  Requests must be entered on the website, not the Skyward App.  Requests can only be entered through the STUDENT account, not parent account.  If you forgot your password, you can click the “Forgot your Login/Password?” button on the login page. A reset will be sent to your school Google email.  
    5. ASVAB TEST RESULTS—Students in JROTC will receive their results through class.  All other students should see Ms. Dziduch in guidance for a copy of their results.
    6. 5TH COUNSELOR STARTED ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12—We have hired a 5th counselor Ms. Lauren Fung.  She comes to us from Rutherford County but lives in Wilson County and has children who attend school in our district.  Please welcome Ms. Fung to our Wilson Central family.  The chart below tells the caseload for each counselor.  

     

    Nancy Dziduch - A-CRA

    Amy Grant - Cre-He

    Summer Milewski - Hi-Me

    Lauren Fung - Mi-Sho

    Ashley Sievers - Shr-Z

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  • Congratulations to 2004 graduate Jessica Dempsey. She just published Atlas Fallen, a young adult fiction novel. She is the daughter of Chief Dempsey, one of our retired NJROTC teachers. She writes under the name Jessica Pierce. Here is a short piece on her and the novel. Chief Dempsey donated a copy of the book to our library!

    Jessica Pierce

    GOODREADS AUTHOR

    Born: in The United States 

    Website:  Jessica Pierce

    Twitter: JPierce_Books

    Genre: Young AdultScience FictionFantasy

    Member Since: December 2017

    URL:  Good Reads - Jessica Pierce

    The daughter of a Navy Corpsman and a librarian, Jessica Pierce has traveled the entire span of the United States – from the lush, tropical volcanos of Hawai’i to the eerie romance of the Smoky Mountains. She is an alumna of Middle Tennessee State University where she studied English Literature with a focus in Adolescent Fiction. Currently, she can be found in Arizona with her Air Force husband, murderous devil cat, and three not-so-murderous goldfish. Atlas Fallen is her YA debut.

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  • Winter Ball “The Masquerade” is December 8th at Cumberland University’s Baird Chapel from 7:30-10:30. Tickets go on sale Monday, November 26, 2018 during lunch outside the main office. There are only 200 tickets for this event! They are $15 per person and $25 per couple.

     

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  • 1st Semester Final Exams


    December 20th
    8:30-9:55    1st block exams
    10:05-11:40    2nd block exams
    12:30-1:55    3rd block
    2:05-3:30    4th block
       
    December 21st
    8:30-9:55    3rd block exams
    10:05-11:40    4th block exams
    12:30-1:55    1st block make up exams
    2:05-3:30    2nd block make up exams

    EXAM EXEMPTIONS
    A student having a 90 or higher average from the two nine week grading periods and having three (3)or fewer excused absences will be exempted from the semester exam if the student desires. When a student is exempted from the examination, the semester average will be the average of the two
    grading periods and any state mandated exam. Any unexcused absence will disqualify the student from semester exam exemptions. A student will be eligible for an exam exemption on a semester by semester basis. If a student who qualifies for exam exemption elects to take his/her semester exam,
    the resulting exam grade shall not lower his/her semester average below the average of the two quarter grading periods.

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  • DATE: November 13, 2018
    TO: All Principals
    FROM: Dr. Donna Wright
    RE: Dismissal of students during the school day
    It has come to my attention that several schools have parents sending Uber/Lyft or other ride-share services to pick up students from school. We are responsible for implementing policies and procedures to promote student safety. It is my understanding these types of services are prohibited from transporting individuals under the age of eighteen without the presence of a responsible adult. Accordingly, this district will NOT release students to drivers for Uber, Lyft, or other ride-sharing services without the presence of the parent/guardian.

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District Headlines

  • Wilson Co. Students Get High Marks on State Report Card

    Tennessee Department of Education released its annual Report Card designed to track the performance of school districts across the state. The report, which is now available online showcases data that was captured during the 2017-18 school year.

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  • Bear News Network Debuts on Wilson Co. Television

    Starting Monday, December 10, the weekly newscast produced by students at Mt. Juliet High School will begin airing in Lebanon on AT&T, Channel 99. Wilson County Television, the county’s Public, Educational and Governmental Channel (PEG), is scheduling school produced and school related videos weekdays at 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

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  • Principal Named at Gladeville Middle School

    Wilson County Schools Director, Dr. Donna Wright, is pleased to announce that Bethany Wilson, the Assistant Principal of West Wilson Middle School, has been tapped to serve as the Principal of Gladeville Middle School, which opens next fall.

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