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VISION: Students will graduate with the determination to succeed personally, intellectually, and professionally.


MISSION:  To provide an engaging, inspiring and challenging learning environment, which prioritizes safety, achievement, and opportunity. 

News & Announcements

2020 State of the District Information link to news article State of the District Read More
WCPS Announces Newest Golden Apple Winners link to news article Golden Apple Winners Read More
Summer Feeding Program Waiver Extension link to news article Summer Feeding Extension Graphic Read More
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Awards & Recognitions

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Superintendent Message

Superintendent Clayton



WCPS Community, 


Earlier this week Governor Andy Beshear and his administration finally released a metric for local school boards to reference in making determinations about in-person classes. We have reviewed this metric which currently designates our entire community as a RED county, meaning a daily rate of 25 individuals per 100,000 have a confirmed case of COVID-19.  It is the Governor’s position that any school district within a county designated as RED should remain closed to all in-person learning until the county reaches YELLOW status (less than 10 confirmed daily cases per 100,000).  Despite Warren County’s RED status, there is no recommendation for any other public or private entity to be closed in our community outside of our schools.  We have been advised that the purpose behind this new metric and the school closure recommendation is to prevent community spread of the COVID-19 virus.  We recognize that there is no way for us to prevent the spread; however, we remain confident that the steps we have taken will allow us to do our part to minimize community spread of the virus.  As a district, we must continue to weigh the impact of the virus in our community versus the benefits of offering in-person instruction to all students,  especially our most vulnerable population.





Where Children Prepare for Success


Safety  ·  Achievement  ·  Opportunity