SPRING 2021 DIGITAL LEARNING ENROLLMENT
All students who wish to participate in digital learning next semester must complete the online application between October 6-27. Students currently attending school in person are eligible to enroll in digital/distance learning for the spring semester. Please note that if a student is currently in digital learning, they must reapply for the second semester. 

WGHS School Council

School Council

School Council









The WGHS School Council Members and contact information:

Role:Name:Email address:
WGHS School Council Chair
Ms. Sheri Hawes
[email protected]
WGHS School Council Vice Chair
Mr. Russ Butcher  
[email protected]
Business Representative
Ms. Jody Swords
[email protected]
Business Representative


Teacher Representative
Mr.  Jason Abner
[email protected]
Teacher Representative
Ms. Jane Watson
[email protected]
WGHS Principal
Mr. Lindsey Allen
[email protected]
WGHS Secretary
Ms. Shea Gibson
[email protected]
PTSO President
Ms. Kristy Mulkey
[email protected]


School Council Meeting Dates and Times
August 18, 2020
8:00am-9:00am
November 17, 2020
8:00am-9:00am
February 23, 2021
8:00am-9:00am
April 27, 2021 
8:00am-9:00am
These meetings are open to the public.  If you are a WGHS stakeholder, we would love for you to attend.  All meetings will be held at WGHS.

The council shall:

1. Maintain a school-wide perspective on issues;
2. Regularly participate in school council meetings;
3. Participate in information and training programs;
4. Act as a link between the school council and the community;
5. Encourage the participation of parents and others within the school community;
6. Work to improve student achievement and performance.

The school council provides advice and recommendations to the school principal and, when appropriate, the local board of education and local school superintendent, on any matter related to student achievement and school improvement, including but not limited to, the following:
1. School board policies;
2. School improvement plans;
3. Curriculum and assessments;
4. Report card issued or audits of the school conducted by the Office of Student Achievement;
5. Development of a school profile which shall contain data as identified by the school council to describe the academic performance, academic progress, services, awards, interventions, environment, and other such data as the school council deems appropriate;
6. School budget priorities, including school capital improvement plans;
7. School-community communication strategies;
8. Methods of involving parents and the community;
9. Extracurricular activities in the school;
10. School-based and community services;
11. Community use of school facilities;
12. Student discipline and attendance;
13. Reports from the principal regarding progress toward the school’s student achievement goals, including progress within specific grade levels and subject areas and by school personnel; and
14. The method and specifications for the delivery of early intervention services or other appropriate services for underachieving students.

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