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News and Articles

  • Parent M-Link

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


  • Make Plans to Attend the Blue White Scrimmage

    The Blue White Scrimmage is scheduled for November 21st.  Click here for more information.


  • Board Approves Purchase of Chrome Books

    The Board of Education approves the purchase of Chrome Books for students.  Click here to read the complete article.


  • Rockets to the Rescue!

    Montgomery County 4-H provided training and supplies to participate in the National Youth Science Day in October. Fourth grade students at Mapleton Elementary made paper rockets to solve an engineering dilemma. In Science Lab class, students designed, tested and collected data on their propulsion systems to evaluate their own success.


  • PFC Visits Camargo Elementary

    First grade students in Christy Witt's class at Camargo Elementary wrote cards to her son PFC Brennon Luebke while he was in the service at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Brennon completed his training there on October 16th and among his first visits upon his return to Mt. Sterling was Ms. Witt's classroom yesterday. He brought the students a treat, answered their questions, taught them a cadence and how to march, pushed them on swings, and played basketball and tag with them. Brennon is a 2014 MCHS graduate and now serves as an MP with the KY National Guard. He plans to attend EKU and major in law enforcement with a goal of becoming a KY State Trooper.


  • Let it Grow, Let it Grow, Let it Grow

    Students in the Sterling School agriculture class co-taught by Dustin Adams and Lindsay Tufono have been working on building a greenhouse.



  • Farm to School Nutrition Challenge

    The three elementary classrooms that won the School Nutrition Services Program Farm to School Attendance Challenge visited Bramble Ridge Orchard last Thursday as their reward. The classrooms were: Camargo - Mindy Jordan, MSE - Dawn Cockrell, Mapleton - Corenna Fowler. All of the students enjoyed the field trip.



  • Kentucky Child Care Assistance Program ReOpening

    The Kentucky Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) will start accepting new applications on August 4, 2014.  Click here for additional information.

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