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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. 

Actions of Excellence: Welcoming, United, Dedicated, Nurturing, Ethical, Professional, and Respectful 




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Superintendent Message

Mr. Clayton


May 25, 2023


Good afternoon Team WCPS!


This is truly my favorite time of year as I reflect on the positive impact and influence created by the collective efforts of TEAM WCPS! As we confer nearly 1,200 diplomas, I always feel pride in sending our students off with the skillset to continue their journey, whether it be to a college or vocational school, beginning a career, or entering the military! It’s truly a humbling experience to see and feel the excitement of our graduates as they receive their diplomas in Diddle Arena and begin their journey toward making our world a better place. Although each graduate’s future path will look different, it is our hope that each of them is fully prepared to face life’s challenges by taking advantage of the opportunities that await them.  


During the last few weeks of school, we were honored to recognize and celebrate some of our seniors in special ceremonies at Warren Central High School, Warren East High School, and our Area Technology Center. Several of the seniors signed employment contracts, committed to postsecondary education and/or took the oath to enter the United States military. During the ceremonies, you could feel a great sense of pride amongst our students and their families, especially the young adults committed to serving our country and protecting our freedoms. These recognition ceremonies were made possible by our tremendous business and industry partners who recognize and understand the value of our students and staff.


As we end the 2022-23 school year, we have so much to celebrate! Congratulations to Natcher Elementary for being named the first FranklinCovey Leader in Me Legacy School in the state of Kentucky and one of only 14 across the world; this is truly a remarkable accomplishment! To be named a Legacy School, you have to be a Lighthouse School for eight years and be invited to apply. In a school-wide celebration, Mayor Todd Alcott and Judge-Executive Doug Gorman signed a proclamation declaring May 23rd Natcher Elementary Legacy Day! The District and school were also given a banner and award presented by FranklinCovey representatives Muriel Summers and Dr. David Ansbacher to mark this momentous occasion. Congratulations again to our entire Natcher school community and thank you for representing the very best of WCPS!


I hope the summer with family and friends brings you great times and thank you for entrusting us to care for your student(s).  Please take care!


Rob Clayton




Where Children Prepare for Success


Safety  ·  Achievement  ·  Opportunity