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FCCLA students attended the Regional FCCLA Officer Training meeting at Maysville Community and Technical College. Winners of Mapleton's 3rd annual reading fair that was held November 22, 2016. MCHS Band playing during the Blue/White Basketball Scrimmage. Cadets dressed in uniform, some in era uniforms, for Mt. Sterling's annual Christmas parade.  Mapleton STLP students participated in Regional Competition held at Morehead State University. MCHS Boys' Golf Team and Coach Lawson won the Powell County Invitational. PINK out day at MCIS. Veterans Day Program at Mapleton Elementary. FBLA students at Regional Competition.

Welcome to our Distinguished District!

 
VISION:
To lead all of Kentucky's children by achieving top 10 in everything we do
 
MISSION:
To serve as a model by creating and sustaining a top-notch, comprehensive, educational program that serves to promote public schools as the best option for our children and future

News and Articles

  • Local Planning Committee Meeting

    The Montgomery County Schools’ Local Planning Committee will conduct a meeting on Thursday, December 8, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. at the Clay Community Center.  The public is invited.  

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  • STLP Regional Projects Qualify for State Competition

    Congratulations to our STLP students, coaches, judges and parents on their outstanding performance at the STLP Regional Competition held Thursday, November 17th at Morehead State University. 

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    MSE students competing in Regional Competition at Morehead State University

     

  • Too Good for Drugs

    Camargo Elementary 4th grade students finished the program Too Good for Drugs. TGFD is a 10 week program where students learn about goals, decision making, identifying and managing emotions, affective communication, peer pressure, drugs, alcohol, and healthy choices. FRC Director Jodi Morrison taught the Too Good for Drugs program.

    FRC Director Jodi Morrison teaching Camargo 4th grade students during the Too Good for Drugs program.

     

  • Student Traveling Art Exhibit

    Four Montgomery County students were chosen to participate in the Student Traveling Art Exhibit “A Matter of Perspective.” Students’ artwork will be showcased in numerous schools, museums, businesses, libraries, and hospitals across the Commonwealth beginning January 2017. Congratulations to 7th grader Jacob Martin, 8th graders Tanner Hatton and Sarah Yarber, and 11th grader Thomas Nye.  

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  • District-Wide Menu Food Tasting

    It’s that time of the year for the School Nutrition Department to plan for next school year’s menu. Earlier this month, school nutrition invited students from each school to a district food tasting. Students sampled a variety of foods and were then asked to evaluate on what they tasted.

    MSE students and Mr. Pannell sampling a variety of foods at the District-Wide Menu Food Tasting. Student receives a variety of donut holes to taste during the District-Wide Menu Food Tasting.

    Camargo students and Mrs. David sampling a variety of foods at the District-Wide Menu Food Tasting.

     

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