A-State Free Application Week
Wynne High School's Family and Consumer Science classes recently began using their fully functional kitchens at the temporary High School campus. Students tested food to check for temperatures and baked homemade desserts for the Intermediate School’s Veterans Day performance.
Wynne High School welcomes Chris Jones!
Wynne Junior High School recently made history at the Future Business Leaders of America’s (FBLA) National Leadership Conference (NLC) in Atlanta, Georgia. This is the first time WJHS has taken students to the FBLA NLC. This year, five students qualified to compete at the national level. Three of those students placed in the top 10 of their respective competitive events. Addi placed 1st in the nation in Learning Strategies over roughly 40 other competitors from across the country! Charlie placed 7th in Career Research, and Baxley placed 9th in Elevator Speech. WJHS is extremely proud of each of these student business leaders and the accomplishment of being recognized on the national stage at the Awards of Excellence Ceremony on Friday, June 30. WJHS FBLA Adviser Kelly Vaught said how proud she is of her students. “I am so proud of these kids. We had a blast exploring Atlanta and representing our school and Arkansas.”
Wynne High School welcomes Ellie Britt!
Wynne Schools welcomes Pamela Parkman!
Wynne High School welcomes Leanna Burton!
Wynne High School welcomes Tyler Vandiver
Wynne High School welcomes Josh Cook!
Senior Scholars & Awards Ceremony
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Wynne High School Campus Closure: Demolition Project Requires Campus Lockdown and Restrictions for ALL Unauthorized Personnel
WYNNE, AR - April 4, 2023 - Due to the upcoming demolition project, the Wynne High School campus will be closed and off-limits to all unauthorized personnel after 7 PM tonight, April 4, 2023. In order to ensure the safety and security of the demolition work and personnel involved, the campus will be on lockdown and under the supervision of the National Guard.
It is imperative that no one is allowed on the campus after 7 PM tonight for their own safety and to avoid any disruptions to the demolition process. Any unauthorized persons found on the Wynne High School campus after 7 PM will be subject to arrest as per the directives of the National Guard.
It is crucial that all community members adhere to this closure and refrain from attempting to access the campus during the designated time period.
The campus closure and lockdown will remain in effect until further notice. Once the demolition project is completed and the campus is deemed safe for access, the community will be notified.
The Wynne School District would like to thank the community for their cooperation in ensuring the safety and security of our campus during this difficult time.
If you are helping/volunteering at the High School today, please park at the Intermediate/Primary School or at the Church of Christ. There will be shuttles going back and forth to take you to the High School. We will need to the parking lot at the arena open for Nabholz and the trucks coming in with containers.
Due to the threat of severe weather and buses driving back during storms, Wynne Public Schools will release students at 1:30 to start loading buses and car rider pickups. To all of our Yellowjacket families, stay safe. We are praying protection over everyone.
Congratulations to the Wynne Jr High School FBLA State Qualifiers!!
Mayor Jennifer Hobbs signed a proclamation declaring February as Career and Technical Education (CTE) month in Wynne. CTE engages students and prepares them with the skills they need for fulfilling careers in vital, in-demand industries and occupations. Governor Sanders signed a similar proclamation which states that “Students in career and technical education programs participate in authentic, meaningful experiences that improve the quality of their education and increase student engagement and achievement.” Wynne High School offers students the opportunity to gain experience in careers such as Culinary, Engineering, Digital Cinema, Unmanned Aerial Systems, Agricultural Power, Structural and Technical Systems, Marketing Business Applications, Medical Skills and Services and more. In order to attain more information, please contact Chris Davis, CTE Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
February is Career and Technical Education (CTE) month. CTE prepares students for careers in both high-demand and high-wage fields. Wynne Public Schools offers 15 unique programs of study with over 47 different class options in various occupational areas such as Agriculture Power and Technical Structures, Engineering/CAD, Drones, Marketing Business Enterprise, Health Occupations and more! We would love to have you join one of our programs.
Don’t live within our district? With school choice, you have the opportunity to be a part of these skills based, hands on programs. Apply today using the online School Choice Application!
Wynne Public Schools will be closed on Wed, February 1 for inclement weather.
Wynne Public Schools will be closed on Tuesday, January 31 for AMI Day 1 due to inclement weather.
All school closures will be posted on the district website/sign and radio, KAIT, KATV, and Channel 3 in Memphis will be notified.