All For One: Respecting WCHS

A short representation of how to better take care of WCHS as a student body.


Tess Thompaon

The front office of Woodford County High School.

During the hard times over the past two years with the pandemic, following school rules has been a bigger problem than ever. Many new rules have been applied and with more rules, more violations tend to occur. In a school like ours, following these rules are important for our safety, health, and education. Gaining the habit of behaving the correct way allows us to make the school a better place for students and staff alike. In doing so, we are able to grow without distractions. Wanting a good environment for ourselves and those around us is not a bad thing.

We hope to showcase different segments of how to behave with visual representation and a few words from other WCHS students. Enjoy the video!