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WEHS Athletic Director Receives National Award link to news article Jonathon Vincent Read More
WCPS Announces The November Golden Apple Winner link to news article November Golden Apple Winner Read More
SWHS Student Named Wendy's High School Heisman State Finalist link to news article Logo Read More
Greenwood Student Named Navy JROTC Outstanding Junior of the Year Award link to news article JROTC Read More
2019 Hall of Distinguished Alumni Nominations link to news article Logo Read More
New WCPS Attendance Policy For 2018-19 link to news article Policy Read More
WCPS Hiring in Transportation Department link to news article Transportation Read More
Santa pays a visit to JRES link to news article santa photo Jody Richards Elementary has "Cookies and Crafts with Santa" event. Read More
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Superintendent Clayton

 

WCPS Community,

 

Any Superintendent or Transportation Director will tell you that one of the most difficult decisions to make is whether to close, delay, or open school on days of inclement weather.  This is a challenge because it is based upon the probability of students and staff traveling safely to our schools.  The process begins at 4:00 a.m., with district personnel and weather spotters strategically placed throughout the county, and monitoring road conditions.  During this time, district officials are in consistent contact with Bowling Green officials, law enforcement agencies, and the news media for the latest update on weather forecasts.  The goal is to make a decision no later than 5:30 a.m., in order to inform our district parents, students, and employees in a timely manner.  

 

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