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News and Articles

  • Bid Proposals for Copiers

    Montgomery County Schools is accepting bid proposals for supplying networked copiers to all buildings in the District. 

    Bid proposals will be received to the attention of Jacqui Johnston, Chief Administrative Officer, 640 Woodford Drive, Mt. Sterling, KY  40353, until 4:00 p.m., Monday, April 27, 2015.  A copy of the RFP can be downloaded here.

  • Parent M-Link

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

  • Mapleton Receives Born Learning Grant


    Mapleton Elementary, through its Family Resource Center, is the recipient of a $5,600 Born Learning Academy grant aimed at creating early learning opportunities for young children. Mapleton Principal Stephanie Harris and Mapleton/Mt. Sterling Elementary Family Resource Center Director, Danielle Pleasant, were present in Frankfort on April 24th for the Born Learning grant announcement.

  • Woodard Signs to Play at Campbellsville University

    Congratulations to Staci Woodard.  Staci signed to play softball at Campbellsville University in the fall.


  • FBLA State Competition

    Twenty-six students from Montgomery County High School attended the State FBLA Competition in Louisville on April 20-22 where they were able to compete, assist with coordinating events, vote for upcoming officers, attend workshops, participate in interactive booths and visit with college representatives.  Thirteen students qualified to participate in the National Competition in June.  The Montgomery County Chapter was recognized for donating to the March of Dimes and Ronda Bowles, retired advisor, was named Honorary Life FBLA member.  Click the title link to view the state results.

  • Jones is Achiever of the Year

    MCHS senior Aiyanna Jones received the Youth Achiever of the Year Award at the Central Kentucky YMCA awards ceremony. She also earned a $10,000 scholarship from the YMCA Black Achievers Program.

  • Duke Talent Identification Program

    Eight phenomenal 7th graders qualified for state recognition in the Duke Talent Identification Program. The students take the ACT college entrance exam and any who score at or above the national average for high school students are recognized at the state level in a ceremony held at Western Kentucky University. Additionally, two students qualified for GRAND recognition, which includes a special ceremony at Duke University. Only about 3% of students in the nation achieve at this level. GRAND RECOGNITION (State plus Duke): Liberty Smallwood, Laura Pallay; STATE RECOGNITION: Kasey Berryman, Caleb Bramel, Zane Carter, Shawn Edens, Ryann Finlayson, Robert Webb III.

  • Regional Bass Fishing Tournament


    Congratulations to all of the participants in the district's first Regional Bass Fishing Tournament.  The team finished 6th overall.  Kyle Workman and Riley Lawson qualified to compete in the State Tournament, which will be held at Kentucky Lake in May.


  • Camp Kaleidoscope 2015

    Camp Kaleidoscope is available to students ages 5-12 years of age.  The first day of camp is scheduled for Monday, June 8th.  Click here to view.

  • Congratulations, Tristan Blevins

    Congratulations to Tristan Blevins and his family.  Tristan signed, on April 10th, to play golf for Campbellsville University next school year.

  • Officer Barrier Named in State Magazine

    News of Officer Chris Barrier's recent appointment to Director of Security Services was touted in the Spring 2015 issue of Kentucky's Law Enforcement Magazine.  Click here to view (page 6).

  • MCHS Graduation is Scheduled for Friday, May 29, 2015

    If no further days are missed Montgomery County High School graduation has been scheduled for Friday, May 29th at 7:00 p.m. in the Arena.

  • 2015-16 School Calendar

    The school calendar for the 2015-16 school year has been approved. Click here to view.

  • Nutrition Services for Incoming Kindergarteners

    The Nutrition Services staff has provided responses to Frequently Asked Questions about the food service program for parents of incoming kindergarten students.  Click here to access the information.

  • MCHS and McNabb Middle Students Attend KUNA

    Montgomery County High School and McNabb Middle School attended the Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA) in Louisville earlier this month. Both groups represented the country of Australia. The students had to write and debate UN Resolutions from the perspective of Australia, create a global village display, and wear native dress of their country. The high school won the Delegation of Excellence Award, and Gracie Johnson won Outstanding Ambassador, as well as being accep...ted into the prestigious Y-Corps and Conference on National Affairs programs. McNabb Middle student Caroline Bruening was nominated by multiple delegations for her hard work and dedication as parliamentarian. Seth Thorpe won an Outstanding Speaker Award, Jacey Whaley received the Outstanding Ambassador Award, and the group also won the Delegation of Excellence Award. The club is sponsored by Allison Whaley.



  • Elementary Book Drive

    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.

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