American Education Week
Posted On:
Tuesday, November 15, 2016
News Image
THANK YOU!!! to Lisa Adams for the impressive exhibits featuring our school!!! Thanks also to Pat Kelley and Amanda Gibbs and any others who helped!

Slide Show 

@westlimestonehs shows off success in academics & athletics for American Education Week @Vail_Smith@LCSforKids @SuptTomSisk


The American Education week Expo last night was a huge success. I want to thank all the teachers, and staff who worked so hard on the displays. I want to commend all the student groups that performed and otherwise show cased the talents for which Limestone County is so well known. I want to thank the thousands of family members and other stakeholders from the community who chose to join us on a busy Monday night. I am particularly grateful to our event coordinators Mr. Nathan Fogg and Ms. Deshona Ford who help to pull this together.

To all the elected officials from across the county and state, thank you for joining us.

Once again, I am impressed by all the great things going on in Limestone County Schools.

We.......Succeed, We Lead, We excel, We are Limestone!!!

We are more than a score

Thomas M. Sisk
Superintendent of Education
Limestone County Schools
(256) 232-5353


View all Highlights
Wildcats earn 1st win over East since 2006 Congratulations Traci Daniel! Our West Limestone Football Family is very proud of Reed Blankenship for signing with MTSU to play football. UPDATE WITH PHOTOS 2/2 MS Scholars Bowl Spirit Award Winners MSG All Tournament Team
MSB All Tournament Team JVG All Tournament Team JVB All Tournament Team VG All Tournament Team VB All Tournament Team Band 16-17 *Updated 1/30 District and All-State Band Results MSG MSB VG VB County Champions Congratulations BETH CARTER! Sugar Creek Update 1/26 Congratulations Buford Bates! Congratulations Tina Hendrix Congratulations Andrew Thornton! Congratulations Lauren Baugher! Reed Blankenship named 4A Back of the Year! SkillsUSA Local Winners Experience gives Bozeman edge over competition All Area Girls CC Runner of the Year: Cassidy Winter ASWA All-State 4A: Reed Blankenship & Brayden Craig 2016 All-Huntsville Region: Reed Blankenship Decatur Daily 1A-4A All Area: Reed Walker, Austin Hobson, Jackson Gowan, Cody Smith, Brayden Craig, and Reed Blankenship All County Offense: Cody Smith, Austin Hobson, and Reed Blankenship! All County Defense: Reed Walker & Brayden Craig All Area Girls CC: Reilly Hooie, Brie Hughes, & Katie Serrato All Area Boys CC: Nick Roberson All County Volleyball: Ashlynn Brackeen & Ja'Hanna Harris 2016 All-County Coach of the Year: Cantrell led Wildcats to record-setting season 2016 All-County Player of the Year: Blankenship exceeded lofty expectations WLHS Spelling Bee Results Mrs. Craig, Mrs.Thrasher, our faculty, and staff are pleased to announce Eriel Gibson and Reanna Pipes have scored 30 or higher on their ACT exam. Congratulations! We are very proud of you! A big thank you to the Athletic Booster Club & Ed Winter for repairing our sound system and speakers. It sounds great! Charlotte Craig Luisa Brown First Place Smart Art College Counts Contest! Miss Merry Christmas We Mourn the Death of Cole Smith. American Education Week Football 2016 Cross Country Girls finished 3rd and Boys finished 8th in the State! First National Bank Advisory Board School Bus Safety Week Wendy's High School Heisman Winners Moon Phases Rap WLHS Won First Place in County FFA Forestry Competition NASA presentation to 6th Grade Griffin Holt awarded National Merit Scholarship Program Letter of Commendation!!! Kayla Griffin, Homecoming Queen Talent Show Winners Volleyball 2016 Cheer 16-17 Reed Blankenship commits to MTSU FFA 16-17 Welcome to our New Faculty & Staff 2016 Boys State 2016 Girls State 2016 First National Bank Student Advisory Board State Board of Education recognizes addition of West Limestone High School to the ALSDE/A+ College Ready Program for 2016-2017 (1 of 2 schools in Limestone County receiving this honor) West Limestone #2 in Limestone County when it comes to graduating students who are ready for college.