Inclement Weather Makeup Day Plan: Days 1 & 2 will be made up on Wednesdays. Students will NOT be dismissed early on Wednesday for the remainder of the year. Days 3 & 4 will be made up on May 29-30.
Congratulations to our own Jayden Carroll (9th)! His performance at this weekend's 5A South Jr Regionals in Quiz Bowl earned him recognition as an All-Tournament player, one of the top scoring individuals of the day. If you see him or his teammates, congratulate them for a job well done! Go Wildcats!! Pictured: Braydon Skinner, Kenya Bell, Jayden Carroll, Madison Bagby #quizbowl #smartycats #WCfamily
Watson Chapel's PPC is asking for your input regarding our upcoming school year's calendar. We are considering a change from the Traditional Academic Calendar to an Early Start/Year Round Calendar and need your feedback. Please help us make the best decision for our stakeholders by clicking the link below and filling out the survey. The survey can also be found on our website if you are unable to access the link. https://forms.gle/YxT1YzYkEgYRRNvy6
In November 2023, we had the privilege of serving at the Arkansas Foodbank located in Little Rock, AR. Many of the students who attended the November volunteer shift wanted the opportunity to give back to the Foodbank. Thank you Watson Chapel High School FCCLA members for having a heart for service in your community and surrounding areas.
Watson Chapel School District will not be in session tomorrow, Friday, January 19, due to continued hazardous road conditions. Secondary roads and rural roads are still unsafe for travel.
The regular monthly school board meeting will be Monday January 22, 2024 at 6:00 pm.
Watson Chapel School District will not be in session tomorrow, Thursday January 18, due to hazardous road conditions. Secondary roads and rural roads are still unsafe for travel. We will continue to monitor conditions and prov
The Watson Chapel School District will be assessing the side roads and back roads where our buses travel on regular routes this afternoon. The primary roads are in pretty good shape. Hopefully, there will be enough melting with rising temperatures so the routes will be safe to transport our students on Thursday morning. A decision will be made by early this evening. Thank you! Tom Wilson
The Watson Chapel School District schools and offices will be closed on Wednesday, January 17th, due to inclement weather and road conditions.
The January school board meeting will be held on Thursday, January 18, 2024 at 6 pm in the Board Room due to inclement weather. February's meeting will be held according to our normal schedule.
Welcome back! Christmas break is over so it is time to conquer those resolutions. Happy New Year! #dontbeagrinch #2024 #WCfamily
Friends, It's not too late to help Allahni Branch and her family with funding her trip to New York to perform at Carnegie Hall February 7-11, 2024. There is still time to support!! All money collected will go directly to Allahni's donation portal on the Honors Performers Series (HPS) website. We all know that this is a once in a lifetime opportunity! It will be an impactful educational experience for Allahni, and all who participate. If you feel led to do so, click the link to make a donation today. https://give.honorsperformance.org/6R8Pm2sMFU Thank you! #carnegiehallbound #singingcats #WCfamily
High School Happenings.. Mr. Faucette's Human Anatomy and Physiology and Honors Biology classes use advanced technology to enhance learning. In his 1st and 3rd period classes, students were given the opportunity to use the PSVR2, a virtual reality helmet for the PlayStation 5, to take their semester exam using the Human Anatomy VR software. The exam required students to demonstrate their mastery of the skeletal system by identifying the position and function of random bones as indicated by Mr. Faucette.image.pngimage.png During Mr. Faucette's 6th period Honors Biology class, students were given an interesting project. They had to create a 3D model of a plant or animal cell using TinkerCAD software. In addition, they were required to add all the corresponding cell organelles to their models. Once the models were ready, the students presented them to the class and gave a persuasive sales pitch to convince Mr. Faucette to purchase their model over others. It was a great opportunity for the students to learn and apply the skills of a software engineer in a practical project. Great Job Mr. Faucette! #WCfamily #technology #science
Sounds of Christmas at the Capital. The WCHS Choir sounded wonderful. Great job Mrs. Johnson! #singingcats #WCfamily
Congratulations to Mr. Rod Austin! Mr. Rod was chosen as the WCSD Wildcat Warrior for December. He was presented with a certificate and a free lunch from Leon's Catfish and Shrimp Restaurant. Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the WCSD. Honoring Mr. Rod is Transportation Director Penny Waddell along with Superintendent Mr. Wilson (not pictured).. #catsonwheels #WCfamily Thank you Leon's Catfish and Shrimp Restaurant!
The WCHS Choir made the rounds throughout our schools and community. They topped it off with a Christmas concert on Dec. 7. #singingcats #WCfamily
Join us for a night of Christmas music and singing! #hohoho #singingcats #musiccats #wcfamily
Join us for an entertaining night! Be there...Dec. 7th!
Congratulations to Mrs. Paula Bailey! Our cafeteria manager was chosen as the WCSD Wildcat Warrior for November. She was presented with a certificate and a free lunch from Leon's Catfish and Shrimp Restaurant. Thank you for your hard work and dedication to feeding WCSD. Honoring Mrs. Bailey are Superintendent Tom Wilson and District Treasurer Norma Walker. #cafeteriacats #WCfamily Thank you Leon's Catfish and Shrimp Restaurant! Photo credit: I.C. Murrell and the PB Commercial
A VERY MUSICAL WEEKEND! Region 3 All-Region Choir 2023 is in the history books! Jayden Carroll and Lafayette Sharpe blended their beautiful tenor 2 voices with approximately 99 other tenors and basses for a day of clinic and a wonderful concert performance at the Magnolia High School Performing Arts Center on Friday, November 10th. We are so proud of our young singers, and we need more like them to join the choir. The very next day, Allahni Branch, Felicia Jones, Lily Varnell, and Haywood King sang in various All-Region Choirs. The music the conductors pulled out of them was awesome and amazing! We thank our dedicated Chaperones and family members who attended the concerts. We are super proud of each of our students for being selected. #singingcats #WCfamily