WCS Students Place in ACSI Creative Writing Festival

Students in fourth-twelfth grades recently participated in the ACSI Creative Writing Festival with other Christian schools from across the state. The following students earned awards for their writing. Way to go! Entry Awards Student’s Name Anne Frank: An Unlikely Hero CW Good Award Avery McLamb Corrie Ten Boom CW Excellent Award McKenzie Craig Experiences ToContinue reading “WCS Students Place in ACSI Creative Writing Festival”

WCS Students Place in ACSI Math Olympics Competition

Teams of students in third-eighth grade recently competed in the ACSI Math Olympics with other Christian schools from across the state. The following students placed in the competition. Way to go! 3rd Grade Computation 4th – Colton Speight – Wayne Christian School 5th – Levi Haas – Wayne Christian School 4th Grade Reasoning 2nd –Continue reading “WCS Students Place in ACSI Math Olympics Competition”

Changes to Communication of Classroom Content

As we move into the spring semester, we are making changes that will benefit teachers, parents, and students alike.  In an attempt to streamline information, here’s where you can find communication of information from the classroom going forward: RenWeb Assignments and due dates Homework Weekly schedules Google Classroom Will not contain weekly schedules nor dailyContinue reading “Changes to Communication of Classroom Content”

Suggested Summer Reading

Please see the attached list for a selection of suggested summer reading for all ages. We ask that middle and high school students read at least one book from the appropriate grade-level list, and high school students taking honors or dual enrollment courses should read a second novel of their choosing (whether on the suggestedContinue reading “Suggested Summer Reading”

Library Card Sign-up

September is National Library Card Sign-up Month, and Wayne County Public Library has offered to partner with Wayne Christian School to make it easy for students to obtain library cards for the public library. WCPL has locations in Goldsboro, Pikeville, Fremont, and Mount Olive, and all of their resources are free for card holders toContinue reading “Library Card Sign-up”

Social Contracts

You’ve probably heard your students talking about making social contracts in their classes. And you might have asked yourself, “what is a social contract?” Social contracts are the guidelines in our classrooms that students write out to determine how they are agreeing to treat each other. Wayne Christian School strives to strengthen the relationship betweenContinue reading “Social Contracts”

WCS Hiring Announcement

Wayne Christian School is pleased to announce the addition of several new faculty members. Mr. Daniel Pugh–Upper School Health and Science, Assistant Athletic Director Mr. Pugh graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2014. (Fun Fact: In 2013, he was on staff with the Southern Conference championshipContinue reading “WCS Hiring Announcement”

Supply Lists Available

*Please note that these lists have been edited to remove Clorox wipes, hand sanitizer, and Lysol products. High Standard Cleaning is going to be all sanitation products needed in our buildings this year. Supply lists for the 2020-2021 school year are now available. See the attached files to print the supply lists for your student(s).Continue reading “Supply Lists Available”

WCS Welcomes New Upper School Teachers

WCS is pleased to announce the hiring of several new upper school teachers for the 2020-2021 school year. “These new teachers will be a great addition to our upper school staff,” says Mr. Miranda. “I’m excited to see the join the WCS family.” Mr. Nathan Deck: Middle School Bible Mr. Deck is a familiar faceContinue reading “WCS Welcomes New Upper School Teachers”

WCS Author in Residence

From Susan Ford, WCS Assistant Administrator of Curriculum and Advisement Walk past Room 200, at the beginning of almost any period of the day, and you will quickly become enthralled as you listen to Mrs. Mays reading to her middle school Language Arts students. “Reading out loud to middle schoolers?”, you think? And yet, there completelyContinue reading “WCS Author in Residence”