By Sarah Ingram, The Herald Dispatch
WAYNE, W.Va. — West Virginia first lady Cathy Justice stopped by Wayne Elementary School on July 1 during her tour of West Virginia schools to remind students they can grow up to be whoever they want to be if they work hard and stay in school.
“You all can do anything in life you want to do — you can go to school to be about anything you want,” Justice said. “But first of all, you need to come to school. That’s very important; come every day.”
The visit was part of Justice’s travel to Communities in Schools (CIS) programs in West Virginia. CIS is Justice’s nonprofit education initiative to bring community resources into schools, with the goal of keeping kids in school and on track to graduate from high school.
Wayne County was added to the CIS program just last year, and is now part of 31 counties that work with communities to provide resources for students…