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Student Advisory Committee speaks to School Board
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Warren County High School Student Advisory Committee members making a presentation to the School Board on Monday night are, from left, Samantha Bonilla, Ashlyn Regan, Maggie Garrett, Evan Womack, and Chalee Womack.

What’s happening at Warren County High School?

Members of the Board of Education received a quick synopsis Monday night from members of the high school Student Advisory Committee.

The committee was established to keep School Board members in touch with news, or any issues, at WCHS. Committee members meet with high school administration periodically to provide feedback on the school year and new policies which have been implemented.

Five students provided a brief report to the School Board and touched on the outcome of several sporting events and a beautification project at Nunley Stadium completed by horticulture students in Danielle Smith’s class.

The Student Advisory Committee also said it met with WCHS executive principal Clark George on Friday, Aug. 20, and discussed several topics. Those included the A/B schedule with Friday being a rotation day, opinions of how lunch is going in the cafeteria, and students views on wearing facemasks and if students feel comfortable wearing masks

The JROTC Pioneer Raiders are scheduled to compete in their first meet this coming Saturday, Aug. 28, at Clarkrange.

Students informed School Board members a College Fair is set for Sept. 7 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the high school gym with many representatives scheduled to be in attendance from colleges, TCAT, the military, and some businesses looking to hire employees directly after high school.