Welcome to our Distinguished District!

Ranked in the 91st percentile in Kentucky.
 
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

  • No School on Friday, March 6th

    There will be no school in Montgomery County on Friday, March 6th.  The District Child Care Program will be closed.

     

  • Parent M-Link

    This week's edition of the Parent M-Link has been posted.  Click here to view.

     

  • SPRING BREAK CHANGE

    By action of the Montgomery County Board of Education on February 24th, school WILL BE IN SESSION on Monday, March 30th; Tuesday, March 31st; and Wednesday, April 1st. At this time, school is scheduled to be closed on Thursday, April 2nd and Friday, April 3rd. The change was made due to missing 10 days of school, thus far, for inclement weather. The plan to use Spring Break for make-up days was announced by the School Board last year when the school calendar was approved. The Board has indicated that additional consideration will be given regarding the remaining two days if more inclement weather days are missed.

     

  • National School Breakfast Week

    March 2-6 is National School Breakfast Week!  Students are encouraged to start the day off right with breakfast.  Locally, students who participate in the school breakfast program during National School Breakfast Week will be eligible for a prize drawing at their school on Friday, March 6th.  Two bicycles, a boys' and a girls', will be given away at Camargo Elementary, Mapleton Elementary, Mt. Sterling Elementary, Montgomery County Intermediate, and McNabb Middle.  I-tunes cards will be awarded at Montgomery County High School and Sterling School.  Make the Grade with School Breakfast!

    Click here to learn more about starting the day with a healthy breakfast and for fun activity and coloring sheets for students.
     

  • FFA Proclamation

    FFA students recently met with Judge Executive Wally Johnson and Mayor Gary Williamson for the signing of a proclamation in recognition of National FFA Week.
     

  • Elementary Book Drive

    SUPPORT THE ELEMENTARY BOOK DRIVE & SUMMER READING!
    Family Resource Centers and Reading Interventionists have joined to sponsor an elementary book drive.  The goal is to provide books for every elementary student to read during the summer months.  The drive will be ongoing through April 30th.  New and used books can be dropped off at any elementary school. 

    Click here for more details.
     

  • Kindergarten Registration

    Kindergarten Registration for 2015-2016 has been scheduled for April 8th and 9th.  Click here for more information.

     

  • Chromebooks and Digital Information

    Montgomery County Schools are getting ready for the deployment of Chromebooks for grades 5-12. We are so excited to provide this instructional tool for students and teachers. The deployment will occur during the second semester of this school year. To prepare for that deployment the district would like to provide parents with information. We have listed links below to provide good information not only for having a Chromebook at home, but for any digital device.

     

  • Grandparents As Parents Conference

    The Bluegrass Regional Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Conference is scheduled for March 19th in Lexington.  Click here for additional information.
     

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