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    Julie Benson, Assistant Principal
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    Patrick Nash, Assistant Principal

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  • Next Tuesday is the ACT!
    Juniors and Seniors need to be here on time (8:45).
    Freshman and Sophomores will not come to school on Tuesday the 22nd.

    Testing locations will be shared in homeroom this week. Seniors and Juniors that bring a note to their testing teacher will be able to leave after all testing is complete. All students must remain in their testing/holding locations until all testing is complete and supplies are collected. Those students who are unable to leave after testing, will report to their homeroom. Students who remain at school will be expected to work on classwork.

    Juniors will be taking a practice ACT that will be sent to Analyze-ED.  Students will receive a score report in addition to online practice material aligned to three areas to improve their score.  Juniors will have access to this material this year and next.

    Calculators will be provided.  It is recommend that students bring #2 pencil and a snack for the break.

    The above is available for virtual students as well.  If you don't feel comfortable coming to the building, you can receive a voucher to use on a national ACT test date.  Remember; the ACT is required to graduate from high school.

    We now have vouchers for any senior who wants to take the ACT.
    Every senior should have the opportunity to take the ACT for free.  Tuesday’s test will count as the first opportunity and this voucher will count as the second opportunity. 
    This voucher can only be used for two test dates:

    October 10, 17,24, or 25, 2020                    Deadline to Register: September 25th
    December 12, 2020                                          Deadline to Register: November 6th

    There will be tables set up in the Grand Hallway on September 22nd after the ACT is completed.  Seniors can obtain a voucher then.  If they are unable to get a voucher that day, please contact their guidance counselor and they will take care of the process. 
    Patrick Nash
    Assistant Principal

    Seniors and senior parents/guardians, you probably have lots of questions about senior year and the next step. Please review the Navigating Senior Year video by going to the counseling tab on the Wilson Central website.

    Senior parents
    Senior salutes for the yearbook are due October 16th.  I am worried that in the hustle and bustle of the year, that seniors and senior parents have forgotten about senior ads/salutes.  To place and ad, email Ms. Agee.
    Thank you,
    Jessica Agee
    Wilson Central High School
    Yearbook Advisor
    English 3/English 3 Honors
    Room Number: S119
    615-453-4600 - Ext. 3046
    Email: Ageejes100@wcschools.com

    Our SRO's are currently working with the community to purchase life saving kits for Wilson Central.  If you are interested in contributing you can do so in the front office or mail a donation specific to "bleed kits"
    My name is Robert Locke with the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office.  I am the SRO at Wilson Central High School.  I am trying to raise money to purchase Stop the Bleed Kits for all the classrooms at Wilson Central.  These kits are designed to save lives in the event of severe trauma like a gun shot, stabbing, or any accident with a loss of blood.  This is something that I hope is never needed but can save the life of a child or a teacher in the event of a mass casualty incident when minutes matter.  The average response time for EMS to an emergency scene is 7 minutes but it can take longer.  These kits can be applied within minutes to stop the loss of blood, and stop the loss of young lives if we can get them in the building with people trained to use them.  If you can help in any way it would be greatly appreciated.

    This Saturday at the Lebanon Crye Leike our WCHS Cheerleaders will be having a carwash! Come out to support our team from 10am-2pm. $5 or donation🙂

    Also, there is an apparel fundraiser going on! Link is below, we have WCHS Cheer masks, t-shirts, long sleeves, & hoodies. Items are shipped directly to you! 



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  • Congratulations to our students!

    Our girls volleyball team have recently just closed in on their 5th win last night vs White House Heritage. They now know a record of 5-1 for the 2020 season. We will be starting our second round of conference this Thursday night at Green Hill High School. Wilson Central is currently seated as number 1 in the Wilson County conference. The following names are stat leaders at this point in our season.
    Digs- Taryn Wilson- 107
    Kills- Ally Knueven-43
    Aces- Ally Knueven- 30
    Assists- Abigail Jones- 47
    Blocks- Campbell Strange- 14

    Here are the results of the Class Officer Elections this week:
    Freshmen Class President - Faith Tuschner
    Sophomore Class President - Monse Espinoza
    Sophomore Vice President - Emma Clemmons
    Sophomore Class Treasurer - Jai Mehta
    Sophomore Class Parliamentarian - Rachel Malone
    Junior Class President - Carter Ogden
    Junior Vice President - Davis Brewer
    Junior Class Treasurer - Will Stride
    Junior Class Parliamentarian - Ashlyn Fuller
    Senior Class President - Kam’Ron Young
    Senior Vice President - Kylee Chua
    Senior Class Treasurer - Kaven Mehta
    Senior Class Parliamentarian - Kelley Adelsberger

    Here are the results of the Homecoming Elections:

    Freshmen Attendants:
    Faith Tuschner
    Kaitlyn Ortiz

    Sophomore Attendants:
    Ashley McCowan
    Clair Shelton

    Junior Attendants:
    Clara Kallaos
    Taryn Wilson

    Senior Attendants:
    Cherlena Biney
    Alexis Temple

    2020 Homecoming Queen:
    Eboni Stewart

    Golf News
    Our boys and girls participated in the annual Wilson County Cup.  This Invitational was between the five public high schools in Wilson County.    It was played in some tough conditions with the rains that came through over the weekend. 
    I am excited to say the girls team won first place with a score of 153.   Sarah Castle won individual honors with a score of 75.   Kate Castle placed second with a score of 78.    Molly Castle, Haley Lannom and Dorothy Montanye also participated on the girl side.
    On the boys side, the boys placed third among the high schools.   The boys side was led by Zac Wilson (86) and Bryce Gettler (89).   Logan Vorhies, Ethan Marcum, Nehemiah Jones, Colby Muller and Brayden Ham also participated for the boys.

    Cross Country News
    The Wilson Central Cross County teams ran on Saturday August 29th at the Hermitage. Our girls’ barley edged out Green Hill High School for 3rd with a tie breaking single place when Chrsitine Evans out ran a Green Hill runner by 4 seconds. Diana Denemark took 7th place overall, Makenna Merkley took 11th, and Freshman Hailey Dobson took 24th. Other varisty runners included Olivia Gessford, Mia Jones, and Haven Thompson. Our boys team took 4th place. Atticus Simon took 11th, Elliot Hughes 15th, and Jacob Harzbecker 17th. Other varsity runners include Will Stride, Freshman Braden Huynh, Jude Wilt, and Lane Watson. Other runners who competed this week were Kendall Mouvery, Jackson Schneider, Seth Stride, Nick Mercante, RJ Esslinger, Grant Douglas, Ethan Dredge, Asher Hawkins, Alek Shyblosky, Aidan McCleary, Arina Malancea, and Chioma Ezeoke. Completing the race on as humid and wet morning as today is a feat within itself. Finishing it running 7 minute miles and faster is upright impressive.


    Tickets for the Mt. Juliet vs. Wilson Central game at home go on sale Monday morning at 8:45 in the main office, both parents and students are welcome to come and purchase tickets.  

    10th and 11th graders, if you are interested in taking the PSAT/NMSQT (National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test), the test will be adminstered October 14, 2020 at Wilson Central High School. The cost is $18. Follow the link in the description for registration and payment. Deadline for payment and registration is September 28, 2020. Pre-bubble dates for the test will be September 29th and September 30th. For any assistance or questions contact Steven Holmes holmeste100@wcschools.com in guidance. https://link.zixcentral.com/u/be7e72fb/DvOkxnD06hGeiXIu0S6LPw?u=https%3A%2F%2Fforms.gle%2FGpemkqVR45KbcQmf6


    Interested in your child taking a once-in-a-lifetime trip to see the Presidential Inauguration this coming January 2021? They can travel with their peers to learn about past history and witness it in the making! Trip Dates: 1/18/2021 - 1/21/2021
    Contact Miss Countryman for more details on how to get your kid signed up! Email her at countabi100@wcschools.com or Sign up at worldstrides.com/signup using Trip ID #: 184215

    September 22nd
    All Seniors and Juniors will come to school that day.  Seniors will be taking the ACT test.
    Juniors will be taking the Pareto Act Practice Test.  After the conclusion of testing, drivers and car riders will be dismissed with a note from a parent.  Bus riders will be dismissed at the end of the day, 3:45.
    Freshman and sophomores will be working from home asynchronously.  Please contact your teacher for more information.

    Senior Parents!
    We’ve had 15% of our seniors apply for TN Promise (aka FREE MONEY for college). We’re looking for 100% participation! Here’s the link to apply: https://link.zixcentral.com/u/f9256e3c/vIqlxnD06hGeiXIu0S6LPw?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.tn.gov%2Ftnpromise.html Deadline is November 2, 2020

    VSCC is hosting a drive thru college fair on September 17, 2020 from 4-6 PM. There will be college reps from area universities. Click College Information and Scholarships to visit the WCHS counseling website for registration information.

    Now until Fall Break: $80
    Fall Break until Winter Break: $85
    Winter Break until Spring Break: $90
    Spring Break until SOLD OUT: $95
    **Any extra when they come in will be $100. **
    You can preorder the 2020-2021 yearbook in room S119 with check or cash OR order online at: https://link.zixcentral.com/u/996b46c3/TKmmxnD06hGeiXIu0S6LPw?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.balfour.com%2Fstudent-info%3Fsmi%3D111468
    Purchase NOW for the lowest price of the year! Don't be left without when they sell out!

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  • VSCC is hosting a drive thru college fair on September 17, 2020 from 4-6 PM. There will be college reps from area universities. Click College Information and Scholarships to visit the WCHS counseling website for registration information. 

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  • Dear Parents

    I just want you to know that in regards to students, this has been the smoothest start to school ever.  This is a result of your students wanting to be here and everyone doing their part to make the best of the current situation.  We are all still working to improve the technology and communication related to the hybrid schedule, student work and assignments.  It will continue to improve, we just all need to be patient and keep working to make it better.


    Another important item.  The Presidential Election, Racial Tension and Social Injustice

    I told the students in my Welcome Back Pep Rally video that the color of their skin, religious affiliation, ethnicity, sexual preference or any other label that can be applied does not matter to me.  My focus is the education of each and  every student at Wilson Central.  I believe in treating everyone with respect; no if and or but. Therefore I also expect students to treat each other with respect and I'm proud to say that most people say; this is how we operate here at Wilson Central.  This isn't to say we don't have problems, but we address them and try and work through them.  We had two students exchange words based on action and their beliefs.  Afterwards I had one of the young men say "after we talked, we are good.  He didn't understand where I was coming from and I didn't understand where he was coming from."  

    The point is this; at school we are not going to let those issues get in the way of educating students.  We do have district policies that address bullying, racial slurs and harassment in which I will enforce.  I just prefer we all treat each other as we like to be treated and continue focus on education while at school.  I hope all parents can support my view, it's not a political position but a student focused position.  


    We had a positive covid case in the school.  I sent emails to parents whose student was "in contact" meaning the same class.  For students that were in "close contact"  closer than 6 feet for 10 minutes or more; those parents got a phone call before the email went out.  Just know I will always call you for the close contact before any message goes out.



    Virtual Seniors!

    Senior ACT Tuesday, September 22nd
    On this morning, Virtual Seniors will have the option to take the Senior ACT test on campus at Wilson Central.
    If the virtual student does not desire to come to school to take the ACT, a voucher can be provided and the student complete the ACT at a later date on a national test date.

    Please complete the following form to indicate your preference of a voucher or attending on the 22nd.  Please note the student must be logged into their Wilson County Google account to complete the form.

    Senior ACT September 22nd

    Virtual students wishing to test with us that day will test in a separate part of the building and will only test with other virtual students.  Each testing room will hold a maximum of 17 students to allow for adequate social distancing.  Once testing has completed virtual students will be able to leave.

    USDA has approved for all kids to eat a standard breakfast and lunch free until December 31st, 2020 regardless of eligibility.
    Please note - ala carte items will be extra and any charges previously incurred will still apply.


    Please click the link below to participate in Virtual College Fairs. There are dates available in September, October and November.  https://link.zixcentral.com/u/6d6d9516/OCcnqeDu6hGv9BnWh3soMg?u=https%3A%2F%2Falacrao.swoogo.com%2Fvirtual


    The Class of 2021 TN Promise application is now officially open! All applicants can apply at TN Promise

    The Class of 2021 application deadline is November 2, 2020. Our goal is 100% participation even if you do not plan to use this resource. 

     Please click the link below for information on how to complete the FAFSA.The FAFSA application opens October 1.The earlier you apply, the more grant money you may receive.  

     THEC TSAC FAFSA Line-by-Line Webinar


    Join the THEC/TSAC Outreach team as they provide the Paying for College webinar through the month of September. The webinar will provide families with an overview of the financial aid process including information about FAFSA, TN Promise, and the HOPE Scholarship. Each webinar will provide the same information so please register for the date/time that works best for you!

    Click the link below to register!


    Progress Reports were set to be available this week. The district has decided to change the dates for this first progress report.

     Progress report dates for the first grading period will not be shared this week as previously scheduled.  We will have progress reports published in Skyward Family Access, Tuesday, September 15.

    Please click the link below to participate in Virtual College Fairs. There are dates available in September, October and November. 




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  • Congratulations to the volleyball team as they defeated Mt. Juliet in 3 straight games last night.

    Congratulations to the girls soccer team as they defeated Green Hill 6-0 last night bringing their record to 3-1 on the season.

    Great job ladies!  (of both teams)

    Senior ACT

    Seniors will be taking the ACT at Wilson Central on Sept. 22nd.  On this day only juniors and seniors will come to the building.  Juniors will be taking a prep ACT that will be scored by Analyze-Ed and receive free online prep.  If you are a "virtual" senior, you can still come to the building and take the exam.  If you are not comfortable coming to the building on Sept. 22nd for the ACT then you can receive a voucher to take it on a national test date.  Just remember the ACT is required to graduate from high school in Tennessee.  More information will be given to students as the date approaches.


    FCA is seeking applicants for the 2020-2021 leadership team. This form is to be filled out if you want a leadership role in Fellowship of Christian Athletes.  You DO NOT have to fill out an application to come to meetings or be involved in FCA. This is only for LEADERSHIP Positions.   Please fill out the google form linked HERE and either Coach Long or Mrs. Long will get back to you concerning your application.

    Football Home Game Tickets.

    Tickets for Wilson Central fans will be sold, home games only, through the front office at the following times:
    Monday- 8 until 3:30
    Tuesday, Wed, Thurs., Fri- 12:30-2:30 only (parents can send money with their student to purchase tickets for family members)
    •    We will be selling 200 student tickets only for admittance into the Blue Zoo section of the stands. (other tickets can be purchased by a student just not for entrance into Blue Zoo section to allow for social distancing)
    •    Visiting tickets will be sent to the opponent the Friday before our game week to be sold by the visiting team to their fans.
    •    Ticket prices are $7.00, and will be EXACT CHANGE ONLY
    •    Everyone must have a ticket for entry (children 5 and under are admitted free)
    •    TSSAA pass, TACA card, and Wilson County ID's will get admission for one person at the pass gate
    •    We will offer limited tickets at the gate if available (EXACT CHANGE ONLY)
    •    Temperatures must be checked prior to admission
    •    Masks must be worn at all times

    Backpack Program at WCHS
    We realize with everything going on in the world, you may have a need for some extra support in the area of providing food for your family. We want you to be aware of a “backpack program” at WCHS, in which your student can take food home for the weekend.
    There is no cost to be a part of this program. The only requirement is that your child obtain a permission slip from his/her counselor and return it with a parent signature. Participation in this program is confidential and discreet.
    Please email Deanna Barnes (barnedea100@wcschools.com) if you have questions about this program.

    Now until Fall Break: $80
    Fall Break until Winter Break: $85
    Winter Break until Spring Break: $90
    Spring Break until SOLD OUT: $95
    **Any extra when they come in will be $100.
    You can order in room S119 with check or cash 
    Or order online at: https://link.zixcentral.com/u/072ae3dc/CFzmAFzp6hGT2B4sBW1nPA?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.balfour.com%2Fstudent-info%3Fsmi%3D111468
    Purchase now for the lowest price of the year!
    Don't be left without when they sell out!

    Students, do you want a job!
    My name is Bobbie, manager with Wendy’s on hwy 109 in Lebanon, Tn. 
    > Wanting to reach out with the new school year starting to see if we can connect with someone over your career search or co-op.  We have plenty of job opportunities for ones wanting or needing to start working.   We work around school and sport schedule with a competitive pay. 
    > Thank you
    > Bobbie Stone
    > Wendy’s manager
    > 6155334698

    We still have Senior Painted Parking spaces still available for purchase. These can be purchased from Mrs. MacDonald (F209) or Mrs. Booher (F207) before/after school or during lunch/homeroom for $50 (cash or checks payable to WCHS). Spots will be sold on a first come, first served basis. Applications can be picked up in F209
    BEFORE purchasing a Painted Parking Pass:
    -You need a valid WCHS 2020-2021 parking pass from the front office.

    Student Council is selling Wilson Central Masks and Blue Zoo shirts. Masks are $10 each. Short sleeves Blue Zoo shirts are $10, long sleeves shirts are $15, and sweatshirts are $20. Please complete the Order Form below. Payments can be made online (link in order form below) or by cash or check to Mrs. Macdonald (F209) or Mrs. Booher (F207).” . The order form will be open through August 28th.
    Blue Zoo Mask & Shirt Order Form

    Student Council Applications are available in the link here or outside Mrs. Macdonald’s room F209. Applications will close on Friday, August 28th at 4:00pm. See Mrs. MacDonald for more information. Student Council Application

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What's Up Wilson!

  • Adult ESL Class Interest Survey

    The Wilson County Schools ESL Department is currently making plans to offer free English classes for adults. If you or someone you know is interested, please click the link above to complete the brief Wilson County ESL Class Interest Survey.

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  • PreK - 3rd Grade Transition into Full Time: September 9, 2020

    At the September 8th Board of Education Meeting, the board voted to allow Pre-K through 3rd grade students, who are currently enrolled in Modified Hybrid to transition into “Full Time Traditional” starting on Monday, September 21. For more information, click the link above.

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  • USDA extends Free Meals for all kids through December 31, 2020.

    What this means for Wilson County families is that all children, regardless of eligibility, can eat a standard breakfast and lunch at no cost through December. Click the link above for more information.

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  • WCBOE PUBLIC NOTICE: August 31, 2020

    The Wilson County Board of Education will meet on Tuesday, September 8, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. to attend the TSBA Fall District Virtual Meeting, followed by a regular Board Meeting at 7:00 p.m., at the Wilson County BOE Administrative & Training Complex, 415 Harding Drive, Lebanon, TN 37087. Board Meetings are streamed online at Watch Board Meetings. The Work Session and Board Meeting previously scheduled for September 14 has been cancelled.

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Academic Minute

  • 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!

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