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News and Articles

  • Schools closed Wednesday, February 10, 2016. This will be a TRIBE Day. Child care available.

    There will be no school in Montgomery County Wednesday, February 10. This will be a Non-Traditional Instruction TRIBE Day. Click here for TRIBE Day 2 activities  

    Full day child care will be available at Mapleton Elementary and the Early Learning Center from 5:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Please send a sack lunch with your student.

  • Family Feedback Survey About TRIBE Day


     On Monday, January 25, 2016, Montgomery County Schools implemented its first Non-Traditional Instruction Day, called TRIBE Day.  It is our hope that your children were able to complete their TRIBE Day assignments and return them to their teachers.  We are committed to continuous improvement in all that we do and, as a result, would like for you and your children to complete a survey where you can give us feedback on TRIBE Days.  Please click here to complete the survey with your children.  The survey should only take a few minutes but will give us valuable feedback.  Thank you.


  • Colonel Stepanchuk Selected as Montgomery County Unsung Hero

    Montgomery County Schools very own Edward C. Stepanchuk II LTC (Ret.), U.S. Army was selected as the Montgomery County Unsung Hero of the Month at the Gateway Area Development District’s Board of Directors meeting on Tuesday, January 26, 2016. The meeting took place at the Wells Board Room.

    Pictured is chairman, Wally Johnson, Colonel Stepanchuk, and Mayor of Mount Sterling, Gary Williamson. Mayors from Morgan, Powell, and Rowan Counties were present as well as their respective Judge Executives.





  • Healthy Bodies Healthy Minds

    The Health Department has partnered with the Montgomery County UK Cooperative Extension Office and Mt. Sterling Clinic to provide female high school students with a supportive program to help them reach their health goals. Click here to review the brochure and share with any and all female high school students. Meetings will be held in the MCHS JROTC Room (Rm 105) every Wednesday, February 10 – April 27, 2016 from 3:45-5:00 p.m.


  • Region 4 Middle School Wrestling

    Students competed in the Region 4 Middle School Wrestling Championships at Johnson County High School this past Saturday. Congratulations to the following:

    Nolan Banfield became the new Region Champion at the 70 lbs weight class and advances to the State tournament.

    Derek Davidson placed 5th at the 98 lbs weight class and is an alternate for the State Tournament.

    Morgan Martin became the new Region Champion at the 113 lbs weight class and advances to the State tournament.


  • Microsoft Office Specialist Qualifiers from Montgomery County ATC

    Microsoft Corp. and Certiport Inc., a Pearson VUE business, announced the qualifiers for the 2016 Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Championship, the most popular technology skills competition for Microsoft Office since its inception in 2002. The popular Microsoft Office competition is the only one endorsed by Microsoft, providing a platform for students to showcase their expert skills using Microsoft Office tools and gain the upper hand in today’s competitive academic and professional marketplace. Congratulations to Greyson Cox and Isaiah Vanderwater who are the 2016 Microsoft Office Specialist qualifiers from Montgomery County ATC. Greyson qualified in PowerPoint 2013 with a perfect score of 1000 and also qualified in Excel 2013. Isaiah qualified in PowerPoint 2013 with a perfect score of 1000. Click here to read the news release.



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