Superintendent's Message

Superintendent's Message

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Milton's Monday Message



Milton's Monday Message

September 18, 2017



Winning is not a moment, but an attitude.

~ D.H. Groberg






School Board Meeting ~ October 17






Reflecting on Last Week


  • WFHS students gather to sing the Alma Mater at the end of the pep rally on Friday.

  • Torrence Williams spoke at the Methodist Men's Prayer Breakfast on Saturday, September 9th. Mr. Williams is an excellent ambassador for our school system.
    Kinley Smothers, Ben Grantham, Remington Wunstel, Alex Gonzales, Amirya King, and Terralyn Curtis celebrate with Mr. Williams.

  • Congratulations goes to Cole Rourke and Chandler Sullivan!Chandler became the 2nd athlete in WFHS history to break 16 minutes with a time of 15:57 in the 3 mile run.Cole came in 17th out of several hundred runners with a time of 11:36 in the 2 mile run.

Cole Rourke, Coach Nick Smith and Chandler Sullivan


  • WFHS was awarded the Excellence award at the GBRIA annual Craft workforce Development Awards Banquet! Mr. McCray was selected as a Champion Craftsman! Ms. Cochran and Ms. Dudley were invited to attend the banquet by PALA. PALA nominated our school and instructor. It was very nice and an awesome honor for our construction crafts program.


  • Bains students, Alysse Davis and Liza Rachal, welcome students on Monday Morning as they enter school.


  • Bains' Luminous Leaders provide a helping hand during Hurricane Harvey relief.


  • In Ms. Shelly Harvey's class at WFMS, students utilized Chromebooks to read articles and see video clips to learn about 9/11 on the 16th anniversary of the tragic event for our nation.At the time of the incident, Ms. Harvey was a flight attendant for Delta, which gave her a rich perspective of the event. Pictured below, RE Barrow, Allyah Martin, and Kaitlyn Butler read media clips while Ms. Harvey assists them.


  • Virtual Reality (VR) glasses are all the rave in Mr. Brian Cutrer's classroom at WFMS. A special thanks goes to the West Feliciana Education Foundation for the generous grant to support this endeavor.

  • Bains Lower Student Alaina Washington is excited about coming to school and always greets me with a smile.


  • Bains Lower students Brinkley Monceret and Jermiah Jackson were happy to share the joy they found in the books they just read.


  • A special thanks goes to all who raised money and donations to the Hurricane Harvey Relief.An extra special thanks goes to Robert and Beth Tycer for bringing all the items and the check to the Southeast Food Bank in Beaumont, Texas.


Looking Ahead

  • Please pardon our progress -- We are resurfacing our track starting September 5th. Hurricane Harvey caused some delays. The track will be off limits until completion. The approximate timeline is six weeks due to the additional work needed. The track will be painted blue in recognition of the Saints!
  • In the coming weeks, our website and our APP will get a new facelift, making both more user friendly. They will be updated more often, and we will add additional content.
  • Our first home football game is on Friday, September 15th.If you cannot make the game, please check us out on LiveStream by clicking here.

Food for Thought






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P. O. Box 1910
4727 Fidelity Street
St. Francisville, LA 70775




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