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  • CHAMPIONS FOR KIDS - THANK YOU, SCHOOL BOARD!

           January is School Board Appreciation month.  Our Board members receive no pay for their dedicated efforts. They not only volunteer their time and effort for our local schools, but they also speak up for our system of public education on a statewide level. They are your neighbors, and they care.

          These public servants sit through meetings, read detailed reports, listen to parents’ concerns, and do the hard work to benefit the students and the community at large. They bring a variety of skills and backgrounds to their task, and they take their responsibilities seriously. And the whole community benefits from their vigilance in providing good schools.

           Each January, we pause in our regular activities to say thank you to these dedicated volunteers. We appreciate their generous sharing of time and energy on behalf of our children and our communities. Local school board members are an all-star team, focused on our schools. Join Mapleton Elementary in celebrating School Board Recognition Month in January by expressing your support and gratitude to them.

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  • January is Board Recognition Month

    January is Board Recognition Month in Kentucky.  Please join Montgomery County Schools in expressing appreciation to the members of the Montgomery County Board of Education for their service.  Thank you Mrs. Alice Anderson, Dr. Dan Freeman, Dr. Jon Kelly Johnson, Mr. Bill R. Morgan, and Mrs. Sharon Smith-Breiner.

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  • Grandparents As Parents (GAP) Annual Conference

    The 15th annual Grandparents As Parents (GAP) conference is Thursday, March 16th, 2017 at the Clarion Hotel in Lexington, KY. Grandparents, caregivers and relatives are invited to attend.

    There are two presentations from the featured speaker, Joan Callander Dingle—a grandmother who raised her grandson and has written two books, Raising Children of Alcoholics and Drug Users and Second Time Around.

    The conference also includes:

    • 8 Breakout Workshops
    • Free Legal Consultations
    • Benefits Consultations (social security/disability, DCBS family support, adoption, kinship, Medicaid & SHIP)
    • Exhibits/Resource Fair
    • Lunch

    The conference is $5.00 for grandparents/relatives.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to contact your grandchild(ren)'s school FRC.

    Grandparents As Parents

     

  • January News Update

              Our first weeks into the New Year have been smooth.  The students returned ready and eager to continue with their learning and with lots of exciting stories to share.  In the next couple of weeks we will be sending our midyear Discovery Education testing results home with each student.  This information will show student’s beginning and midyear scores in reading and math so you can review their progress. One major key to academic success is good attendance.  Being at school on time and attending school regularly helps students to succeed with their academic growth.  We have 43 students that have not missed a day or been tardy the first half of the school year!  If they continue to maintain this goal, they will be participating in “Dash For Cash” at the end of the year!  Congratulations to our 43 students!

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