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A message from New WCHS Principal, Mr. Joey Norman

Principal  Message

Dragon Family,

  I am excited to begin my journey as Principal of Warren Central High School this upcoming school year.  I know there is one thing that will continue to propel WCHS to the next level and that is partnerships.  The parents, community, and alumni have traditionally been the backbone of many of WCHS’s successes and I would love to be able to bring that strong support back to the school that we love.  As we continue our path to greatness, I am anxious to maximize these partnerships in order to make all of our children successful in any healthy venue that they may choose.

  As principal, I want to have an open door policy for anyone that feels as though they can make a positive impact on our school as a whole.  Our students are amazing in many facets and the sky will be the limit if we can harness all of our love and commitment to put toward their futures.

  Students, you are part of a legacy at WCHS and it will be dependent upon you as to how you will write that legacy.  Each of you has the ability to do great and amazing things in the world and everyone wants to see those skills come to fruition.  We will challenge you to set goals, hold yourself accountable, and work hard to achieve what you so richly deserve.  Your school family will support you in hard times and help celebrate all of the good times that you may experience during your time at WCHS.  I will work hard to provide a multitude of opportunities in order for you to open any door that you may choose.  You are the future of this great country and community and we all deserve to reach the level of greatness that we possess.

  I love this school.  I love these students.  I bleed navy and white.  We will achieve greatness and continue to make WCHS the best school in the state of KY!

Thank you,

Joey Norman

Principal

Warren Central HS





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