Mr. Byrd had a great meeting this morning with executive committee members of Special Olympics Wilkes County. We are working closely together to determine what options are available for the 2024 county games. Please be patient as we navigate logistics and decisions to ensure the safety of our students. We will share more as information becomes available in the coming weeks.
All five Wilkes County High Schools competed in the district High School Quiz Bowl competition on February 7, 2023. Those in attendance were amazed by the knowledge displayed by all the students! We were so proud! Congratulations on a job well done! Click the headline above to view the event photo album.
The Wilkes County Board of Education recently approved the proposed academic calendar for the upcoming 2024-2025 school year. The approved calendar is now posted on our District Calendars page on this site. Click the headline of this article for direct links.
Congratulations to Mrs. Beckie Spears from Wilkesboro Elementary School! She was recently named the NC Northwest Regional Principal of the Year! Mrs. Spears will be one of nine finalists competing for the honor of North Carolina Principal of the Year. We are so proud of her and wish her the best of luck as she advances!
Spring Driver's Education Classes have been planned at all four of our high schools. Registration and parent events have been scheduled, and plans for collecting fees and distributing materials have been released. For more information, visit our Driver's Education pages on this website. Click the headline of this article for a direct link.
The WWHS Engineering Design Buddies recently teamed up with 5th grade students at MCES to learn about STEM topics and CTE careers. The WWHS high school students taught the kids how to use circuits to make light-up cards, how to build a tabletop hovercraft using recycled materials, and they even rode on a life-size hovercraft made by the high school students. Click on the headline above to learn more!