- The Homecoming Parade was a hit! There really is NO PLACE LIKE HOME!
- Congratulations to the Class of 1967! Classmates came from several states and as far as Oregon, North Carolina, Tennessee, and New Mexico to celebrate their 50 year reunion!
- WFHS students learn welding on our campus and at Baton Rouge Community College at Folkes in Jackson. These students have an opportunity to progress and gain National Craft Assessment and Certification (NCCER). Students leaving this program with a certification have an opportunity to gain job employment post high school that is high demand and high wage. A special thanks goes to WFHS Coach Robb Odom, Mr. Johnny Arceneaux, Baton Rouge Community College Director at the Folkes campus in Jackson, and his team for making this program a success.
Corey Holiday showcases a successful weld that is able to withstand tremendous pressure.
Kelin Moore, Koby Bangham, Bri'Darrius Bailey, Chris Emery, Colin Wilson, and Coach Odom take a break for a picture.
Colin Wilson shows off his work on beading which is very difficult and takes a steady hand and concentration.
Bri'Darrius Bailey showcases a successful weld.
Ellis Arbuthnot cuts through a thick piece of metal as he begins a new project.
Chandler Wunstel showcases a successful weld.
Sulli Trulson shows off a weld that survives the tremendous pressure of the Piranha.
- The WFMS Girls' Swim Team had a very succesful season and, most importantly, a lot of fun!
Elaina Singleton and Emma Folse
- The WFHS Beta Officers qualified for nationals in Rapid Response and Lead Outside the Box at the Leadership Summit!
Very Back Row: Barrow Clement
Left to Right: Bethany McMorris, Jaci Holliday, Caroline Smith, Summer Knight, Echo Moncivaez; Kneeling: Mary Barrow and Landry Higgins
- Several of our boys landed their best time yet at a Cross Country meet at Highland Road on last Saturday.
- CB Owens, Rotarian, provides free dictionaries to 3rd grade students, Camille Thomas, Emily Costnaza, and Jhaniyh Haile. The St. Francisville Rotary provides all 3rd graders in West Feliciana free dictionaries each school year.
Timothy Smith enjoys his new dictionary.
- Ms. Dot Temple, Rotarian and former Principal of Bains Elementary, explains the many uses and importance of having a personal dictionary.
- Homecoming week is full of fun activities like mixed up dress day! It's not just for kids either.
Bains Lower Teachers, Ms. LaCour and Ms. Michelle Grisset enjoy the homecoming festivities.
Ms. Natasha Hayes and Gabe Berry
Reagan Johnson and Lawrelynn Dixon
Ms. Stephanie Whetstone and Ms. Lindsay Gilliam
- Haley Walker, WFHS Sophomore, helps with Fall Fest at Bains Lower. Margaret Bell, Jayce Sullivan, Haley Walker, Rylee Travis, and Mary Lyle enjoy Fall Fest.
- The WFHS Interact Club made a presentation about the club and the services it provides to the community at the Tuesday meeting of the St. Francisville Rotary. Ms. Brittany Ricks, WFHS Teacher and Interact Sponsor, President Fiona Tully, Vice President Paige Morgan, and Secretary Caroline Smith did an excellent job of telling Interact's story of service. The membership of Interact Club has grown from 22 members to 46 in two years. Last year, the club raised money for Rotary for service, sponsored a dog adoption, made special rocks for children at St. Jude, and worked at a local nursing home. This year they plan to do many of these activites plus other service projects.
- Our STEM class at WFMS is a great way to introduce our students to careers in STEM while reenforcing three skills that are vital to the success in the 21st century: critical thinking, creativity, and collabortation.
Joel Rogers, Miles Bryant, and Keller Patton
Jackson McKell, Caleb Stankoski, and Desmond Roundtree check to see if they programmed their Mindstorm Robot to accurately complete a 90 degree turn.
- Brooke Williams and Triniti Smith take a virtual tour of the Egyptian pyramids in Ms. Jewell's World History class.
- Riley Roland, Alyssa Adams, Keagan Holliday, and Anthony Butler create a commercial in our Mr. Brett Craig's Careers course to advertise their pizza company. Students have an opportunity to take this course for high school credit.