Reports & Communications
Wayne County Public Schools encourages the public to stay informed about what is happening across the district. Please take the time to review the various reports that are available on this site. You can also check out the most recent WCPS press releases by clicking on the various titles below. For more information, contact Ken Derksen at 919-705-6125.
Press Releases:

  • All County Band Festival

    This week, more than 110 band members from Wayne County Public Schools will come together to showcase their instrumental talents. On Thursday, March 27, the district will hold its 2014 All County Band Festival at 7:00 PM at Dillard Middle School.

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  • Elementary Battle of the Books

    On Wednesday, March 26, dozens of Wayne County Public Schools’ students will test their reading skills in the district’s 8th annual Elementary School Battle of the Books competition.

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  • School Bus ROAD-e-o

    On Thursday, March 27, Wayne County Public Schools (WCPS) school bus drivers will put their skills to the test at the school district’s annual “School Bus ROAD-e-o.”

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  • VIP for a VIP Program

    Next week, WCPS, the Wayne County Sheriff’s Department, Wayne County Emergency Services, area fire departments, North Carolina Wildlife and the North Carolina Highway Patrol will team up to present the VIP for a VIP program (Vehicle Injury Prevention for a Very Important Person) in a collaborative effort to promote safe driving for students.

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  • Student Make-Up Days

    After reviewing local calendar options and the North Carolina General Statute §115C-84: School Calendar, which requires that the district’s school calendars have a minimum of 185 days or 1,025 hours of instruction covering at least nine calendar months, WCPS administrators developed the following plan for WCPS make-up time

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  • Mall Exhibits

    Over the next few weeks, projects from hundreds of students across WCPS will be exhibited at Berkeley Mall in Goldsboro. The exhibits will showcase the exceptional skills and abilities of students in the areas of visual arts, second language/English as a second language, math, and science.

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  • Battle of the Books

    On Friday, February 28, dozens of WCPS students will test their reading skills in the district’s 28th annual Middle School Battle of the Books competition. The event will kick off at 9:00 a.m. at the H.V. Brown Center, located at 801 Poplar Street in Goldsboro. The public is invited to attend.

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  • ASU Scholarship

    On Thursday, February 6, a fourth grade minority student in Wayne County with the highest standardized test score in math was awarded a $20,000 scholarship to attend Appalachian State University.

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