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FCCLA students attended the Regional FCCLA Officer Training meeting at Maysville Community and Technical College. Camargo's Student Council visited Hope Hill on Valentine's Day. MCIS Leadership Group MSE is a 2017 Kentucky School of Character! McNabb students in Ms. Holland's class modeled for a Cave Man Fashion Show. Preschool students during Read Across America Week. Students loading buses. Sterling School Principal Mike Whitaker and students read to kindergartners during Read Across America Week. JR Chef Team recognized at September's Board Meeting for winning the state competition. MCHS Band playing during the Blue/White Basketball Scrimmage. MSE served breakfast for the first responders in the community as part of their September Service Learning project. Cadets dressed in uniform, some in era uniforms, for Mt. Sterling's annual Christmas parade.  McNabb Chess Team finished first in the Quad D Regional Tournament. Camargo's A Night at the Wax Museum. Graduating Class of 2017 Veterans Day Program at Mapleton Elementary. MCHS Track Team Swim team member

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  • Safety 101 | Solar Eclipse

     

    Solar Eclipse

    Total Solar Eclipse

    Watch: How to prepare for the eclipse.

     

    One of the most exciting celestial events is coming up on Monday, August 21st and Montgomery County Schools wants our students to be prepared and experience the Great American Solar Eclipse.  We encourage our students and families to experience this wonderful event, but to do so safely! 

     

    <<Be solar eclipse ready>>

    Protect your eyes | Eye safety precautions

     

    Learn more.

     

  • TRIBE Day on 8/21/17

    Montgomery County Schools will be closed for students on Monday, August 21st, 2017, and this day will be a non-traditional instruction day (TRIBE Day).  This decision was made with a focus on student safety after reviewing our transportation routes and times during the eclipse, discussing possible scenarios with our insurance agents, and monitoring decisions made by other school districts across the state.  The use of a Non-Traditional Instruction day provides a way for our families to best determine how they, as a family, want to experience the eclipse. 

    Through generous donations by the Montgomery County Education Foundation and Dr. Richard Henry at Henry Dental, all of our students will receive solar viewing glasses.  These will be sent home on Friday with our students along with eclipse-themed TRIBE Day materials and safety information about the eclipse for our families.  Even though schools are closed on this day, students will need to work on the eclipse-themed TRIBE Day lessons at home.  No assignments will require students to view the eclipse as that is up to you as families to discuss and determine if and how that would take place. 

    Daycare will be available on Monday, August 21st from 5:30 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. at the Early Learning Center and MSE.   If possible, we encourage our families to try to avoid picking up their children during the eclipse times (between 1:03 p.m. and 3:54 p.m.) as we are unsure how traffic in the community may be affected.  

    Download TRIBE Day Assignments Now!

     

  • Athletic Passes

    Athletic passes for the 2017-18 school year are available for purchase at Central Office. The passes will get you into any regular season sporting event at Montgomery County High School or McNabb Middle School.

    The cost for the pass is $80 for Adults and $50 for Students. 
    The pass will be good for the card holder only and you must present it at each event you attend.

    If you have any questions, please contact Kevin Letcher at: Kevin.Letcher@montgomery.kyschools.us

     

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