Travis Mayfield, Principal
Jennifer Ankney, Assistant Principal
Chip Bevis, Assistant Principal
Jason Franklin, Assistant Principal
Laconda McKinney, Assistant Principal
Ranesa Shipman, Assistant Principal
8:45 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
3:45 PM - 6:00 PM ACA Flockas Rehearsals
3:45 PM - 6:00 PM Solo/Ensemble Workshop/Rehearsals
8:00 AM - 9:00 PM UDA Dance Combine
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Theatre rehearsals
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM Connect Church
3:45 PM - 6:00 PM ACA Flockas Rehearsals
3:45 PM - 6:00 PM Solo/Ensemble Workshop/Rehearsals
Please announce to seniors:
1. Save the date!!! Senior Night is coming up soon, Friday April 3rd at the Wilson Central Auditorium. Mark your calendars now, you do not want to miss this night of celebrations! If you are interested in performing that night, please contact Mrs. Shipman or Ms. Countryman, we are still looking for talented seniors!! We will send out another message when it is time to vote for your peers for the superlatives.
2. This is a reminder that your Class of 2020 TN Promise mandatory meeting will be on Monday, March 2, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. at Wilson Central High School in the auditorium. Sign in will begin at 4:45 p.m., so we are encouraging students to arrive no later than 5:00 p.m. to ensure adequate time for sign in. At this meeting, students will learn more about the TN Promise college eligibility requirements, college enrollment processes and tnAchieves mentors will be in attendance to begin working with your students. The meeting will last one hour and students are required to remain in attendance for the full duration of the meeting.
WC Choirs represented WCHS with pride at the MTVA Choral Adjudication Festival. I am proud of their preparation, focus on technique, and musicianship, but mostly proud of their teamwork preparing the pieces and supporting each other throughout the process. They were professional in every way throughout the festival and even performed an excerpt of one of their pieces for the manager at McDonalds and patrons. : )
Women’s Chorale – Excellent in Sight-Singing and Excellent in Performance
Chamber Choir – Excellent in Sight-Singing and Superior in Performance. They qualified to perform at the TN ACDA State Choral Festival in April.
Our season has now ended after the individual State Tournament last Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
We finished as State Runner up. Our 7th state runner up in the past 8 years. Getting close to #1 spot
We had 8 of our wrestlers earn All State honors by placing in the top 6 of their weight classes
Hunter Borders finished an unbeaten season 57-0 with his 2nd State title
Levi Stone and Cole Fort finished State runner up
Nick Mercante and Grant Fetters – 4th
Steven Fisak – 5th
Jesse Richardson and Riley Fort – 6th
This is the most medalist in a season in school history. If you see these young men give them a pat on the back
The wrestling team won its 8th individual region tournament in the past 9 years
Nick mercante – champ
Hunter borders – Champ
Anthony Pyron – Champ
Jesse richardson – Champ
Avery Warnock – Runner up
Riley Fort – Runner up
Cole Fort – Runner up
Steven Fisak – Runner up
Levi Stone – Runner up
Grant fetters – 3rd
Matthew Hills – 3re
Anthony Glasgow – 4th : Anthony was JV until last week when we pulled him up to varsity to take the place of injured teammate Brady Jarvis.
Wilson Central Track and Field competed at the Tennessee Indoor State Championships this Saturday on the campus of Vanderbilt University. Here are the results for Wilson Central.
Shot Put - State Champion with an Indoor State Meet record throw of 43' 7" (Qualifies for New Balance Nationals)
Weight Throw - State Champion with a throw of 52' 2" (Qualifies for New Balance Nationals)
Triple Jump - 3rd place with a jump of 35' 0.25"
800 meter run - 10th place with a time of 2:26.29
60 meter dash - State Champion with a time of 6.91 (Qualifies for New Balance Nationals)
200 meter dash - 5th place with a time of 22.43
400 meter dash - 2nd place with a School Record time 49.68 (Qualifies for New Balance Nationals)
Weight Throw - 6th place with a School Record throw of 46' 4"
Shot Put - 18th place with a throw of 36' 3"
Shot Put - 17th place with a throw of 38'
Long Jump - 21st place with a Personal Best jump of 18' 7.75"
Long Jump - 22nd place with a Personal Best jump of 18' 6"
2 Miles - 16th place with a time of 10:33.18
Distance Medley Relay: 1200-400-800-1600
8th place with a time of 11:23.88
1. Andrew Farber - 1200
2. Jude Wilt - 400
3. Elliott Hughes - 800
4. Alex Galligan - 1600
4 x 400 Meter Relay
6th place with a time of 3:46.43
1. Nolan Edwards
2. Andrew Farber
3. Jude Wilt
4. Elliott Hughes
Final Team Scores:
Girls - 3rd overall with 26 points
Boys - 5th overall with 22 points
Next up: New Balance Nationals at The Armory in New York City, New York on March 12-15, 2020
This is a reminder that your Class of 2020 TN Promise students’ mandatory meeting will be on Monday, March 2, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. at Wilson Central High School in the auditorium.
Sign in will begin at 4:45 p.m., so we are encouraging students to arrive no later than 5:00 p.m. to ensure adequate time for sign in. At this meeting, students will learn more about the TN Promise college eligibility requirements, college enrollment processes and tnAchieves mentors will be in attendance to begin working with your students. The meeting will last one hour and students are required to remain in attendance for the full duration of the meeting.
It is mandatory for students to attend this meeting in order to remain eligible for TN Promise. Parents are encouraged to attend but cannot attend for the student. We ask that you or another staff member attend the team meeting as well! If a student has an excusable absence (see policy #2 on pg. 40 of the student handbook), the student must follow the excuse form protocol highlighted on page 7 of the student handbook and complete a meeting excuse form. tnAchieves must receive a completed meeting excuse form any time prior to the meeting or within 72 hours of the conclusion of the student’s assigned team meeting in order for the excuse to be considered. A student’s failure to attend the mandatory meeting will result in the loss of the student’s TN Promise scholarship. If a student is approved to miss their assigned meeting, the student will be required to attend another institution’s meeting to satisfy the mandatory meeting requirement. A full list of mandatory meetings can be found here.
If school is cancelled or released early the day of the meeting, the TN Promise meeting will be rescheduled and students, parents and mentors will be notified via email. If your district is released early or cancelled for inclement weather, please notify me at 865.898.0538 or email@example.com so we can work on rescheduling the meeting for a later date.
Please let me know if you have any additional questions. We will see you soon!
Senior Director of Communications
Dual Enrollment meeting tomorrow during Homeroom
Current Sophomores and Juniors who are interest in Dual Enrollment next year, need to:
1) Check in with their Homeroom teacher first, then
2) Get to the Auditorium quickly
3) Need to listen, as there will be a lot of information from CU, MTSU, Vol State, and TCAT shared with them
4) If a student is absent tomorrow, they will need to come to Guidance before school, during lunch, or after school and speak to Mrs. Dziduch to get information they missed out on.
5) They should not apply for Dual Enrollment until after tomorrow’s information meeting
6) The deadline to apply and submit documents for Dual Enrollment will be March 27th.
The ACT College Admissions Assessment will be given to all 11th graders on March 31, 2020; the makeup accommodations date is March 31, 2020 - April 10, 2020. All 11th-grade students will be expected to report to school on March 31st to complete this graduation requirement.
While juniors are testing on March 31st, seniors will be expected to take advantage of the following opportunities. Seniors will need to complete one of the following tasks, job shadowing, community service, or attend a college tour of their choice. Seniors will need to obtain one of the following as a receipt of participation: an official letter from the college or university, a letter from the volunteer organization, or a letter on company letterhead confirming their job shadowing experience. Upon returning to school on April 1st, students should turn their letters into the front office. If a letter or receipt is not turned into the office, the student’s absence will be classified as unexcused.
Sophomore students will take the ACT Pareto Analysis Assessment. The Pareto Analysis Assessment provides a comprehensive evaluation of student's strengths and weaknesses in each of the four subtests of the ACT. Pareto provides students with feedback that identifies areas of improvement and online prep material.
What's Up Wilson!
The early voting period for the March 3rd Election Day starts February 12, 2020! Included on the ballot is a “Wilson County Sales Tax Referendum.” The referendum contains an amendment to designate the education portion of the revenue generated from the proposed increase to raise teacher salaries. For information on early voting locations and hours of operation, click the "EARLY VOTING" headline above for a link to the Wilson County Election Commission's website..
Parents who would like to request an “out of zone” transfer for next school year will be able to submit an application, starting February 1, 2020. This includes all teachers and staff, who work for the district. Open Enrollment runs from February 1 - February 28, for the 2020-2021 school calendar year. Eight Schools are eligible for an open transfer, including the new Green Hill High School, which will open in August
Each spring, elementary schools throughout the district hold open house "Kindergarten Fair Nights" for all incoming kindergarten students. These events provide an excellent opportunity for parents and students to learn more about what will be expected for the upcoming school year.
It's time for another "Academic Minute!"
This week Wiley talks about the "Imagination Station STEM Bus" and the big plans it has for activities beginning in August of this year! It's never too early too get excited about STEM and Wiley is all in - your child will be too after you watch this!