Wayne Collection 2016-17

WCPS Publishes 2016-17 Wayne Collection
This is the image for the news article titled WCPS Publishes 2016-17 Wayne CollectionThis week, Wayne County Public Schools published its annual Wayne Collection. The online book, viewable at Wayne Collection, highlights 2016-17 student artwork and written work from every school.

“We are excited to present this online gallery and collection, which highlights the talents and hard work of many of our students,” states Kim Copeland, Director Specialist. “I would like to extend my appreciation to all of the teachers who helped compile the student work, as well as extend a special thanks to Tracy Cox, the district Print and Copy Shop Specialist, who put all of the projects together in this very special digital book.”

The Wayne Collection was first produced in 1985 as a literary/art contest and magazine. The publication was designed to give students recognition in the areas of writing and art. Over time the publication evolved from a contest into a broader compilation of student work, which were selected by teachers at each school.

The original volumes of the Wayne Collection were coordinated by Patricia Hester, an Instructional Coordinator for Communication Skills. In the 1990’s Hope Meyerhoeffer, Director of English/Language Arts, took over the coordination of the publication and helped oversee it until 2015. In 2016, Kim Copeland, WCPS Director Specialist, took over the coordination of the Wayne Collection and was instrumental in leading the transition from a paper to online publication.
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