Alert: All Ware County Schools will dismiss early on August 21, 2017 due to the solar eclipse. Students will be served breakfast and a brown bag lunch prior to early dismissal. DAFFODIL Pre-K will release at 10:30am, followed by Center Elementary at 10:40am. All other elementary schools and the Ware County Learning Center will dismiss at 11:00am. Both middle schools will dismiss at 11:45am, and the high school will release at 12:15pm. Staff Members will be released once all students have vacated the building. We anticipate that students, drivers, and staff members will be home no later than 2:00pm. The peak of the eclipse is anticipated to occur at 2:44 PM. Afternoon practices such as band, volleyball, softball, football, etc. at all schools will meet inside until 3:20 PM, after which practice may be moved outside. If you have any questions, please call your child's principal.
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Waycross Middle Honors Local Police Officers and Firefighters

Waycross Middle School students honored local police officers and firefighters at a recent luncheon. Hosted by the Waycross Middle School Student Council, the public servants were treated to grilled chicken, green beans, and potato salad, along with homemade desserts prepared by the leadership team.

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e officers and firefighters received loud applause from students in the cafeteria and were waited on by members of the student council in the Media Center. The event gave students a chance to interact and build positive relationships with police officers and firefighters. It also gave students firsthand insights into the jobs these great men and women perform in our communities every day. Ashley King and Hillary Bishop are the student council advisers. David Hitt is principal at Waycross Middle School.

 

Kate, Lilly, and Alexandra serve dessert to Chief Eddings and three local firefighters.

 

Mia and Ansleigh serve drinks while students Malcolm and Clarence  talk with local police officers about their duties and responsibilities.





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