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Harvest Hoe-Down

 

Harvest Hoe-Down! 

On October 05, 2018 Northview Elementary will have its first annual Harvest Hoe-Down! Permission slips have been sent home with students regarding information on ticket sales and prices! For additional information please contact your child's homeroom teacher. 

We hope to see you all there! 

Kiss a Pig & High Attendance Day!

Today students and staff at Northview Elementary celebrated High Attendance Day and their Spirit Card Sales by having a "YEE-HAW" day and watching members of administration kiss a pig! To see all of the fun, click on the photo gallery button in the toolbar.

YEE HAW

 

No School Monday, September 10, 2018

There will be no school in Montgomery County Monday, September 10, 2018. Child care will be available at Northview Elementary from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Please send a sack lunch with your child.

Grandparents Day

You are cordially invited to 

Grandparents Day

Grandparents' Day is Sunday, September 9th.

We will be hosting our very first Grandparents' Day lunches the week of September 10-14.

Click the "Read More" button below for additional information.

 

Spirit Cards

 

It is time to sell some SPIRIT CARDS! 

The students of NES are selling spirit cards to help raise funds for our school! Packets were sent home on Wednesday and will be turned into homeroom teachers each morning. Not only will selling spirit cards help our school, but students also earn prizes for each card they sell! 

Safe School Helpline

Montgomery County Schools is introducing the Safe School Helpline this school year as the newest addition to the district’s overall safety plan. The Helpline is available to report threats of violence, suicide, bullying and illegal activity that could harm students and staff in our schools. Your call is private, confidential, and anonymous.

The Safe School Helpline can be accessed via several methods: (1) Call 1-800-4-1-VOICE ext. 359 (1-800-418-6423 ext. 359); (2) Visit www.safeschoolhelpline.com; (3) Text TIPS to 66746; (4) Download the “Safe School Helpline” app in the App Store or GooglePlay.

Brochures that share information about the Safe School Helpline were sent home with each student, as well as magnets for you to place on your refrigerators at home. Posters will also be placed in school hallways and classrooms.

Read more.

2018-2019 Back-to-School Information

 It is time to start planning for the beginning of the school year!

Visit our Back-to-School page

Back to School

New Student Registration

If you and your family are new to our community, we welcome you to the district and look forward to enrolling your child or children in our schools! 

View dates for New Student Registration

Please note: If you already have a child who is currently enrolled in Montgomery County Schools, you do not need to attend New Student Registration. Returning student enrollment forms can be turned in at Open House.

New Student Registration

 

Northview Elementary Meet & Greet

Northview Elementary School students, staff and families are invited to attend a Meet & Greet with Principal Nick Pannell and Assistant Principal Shawn Lansdale on Monday, July 23rd from 6:00-7:00 p.m. in the Northview Elementary cafeteria. Refreshments will be served.

Preschool Registration is July 9th

Preschool registration for the 2018-19 school year will be Monday, July 9th from 9:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. For questions please call the ELC  or to make an appointment, please call the school your student will attend. 

View guidelines to be eligible for the preschool program and documents required for enrollment. 

 

Summer Feeding Program

The School Nutrition Services has shared the summer feeding sites for students across Montgomery County.  Updates to the list will be made as needed, so please check before going.  

View locations.

 

Summer Meals  - Food that's in, when school is out.

Information Letter Sent Home

A letter was sent home with students today (5/8/18) from the Montgomery County Health Department in regards to the recent outbreak of Hepatitis A across the state.  We thank the health department for their partnership with the district in efforts to bring awareness to our students and families.  If you have questions or concerns, you may contact the Montgomery County Health Department at 859-498-3808. 

Read letter.

MCXC Parent Meeting

All parents of students in grades kindergarten-12th wishing to participate in cross country this year should attend the parent meeting scheduled for Tuesday, May 15th in the MCHS health room from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.  Please feel free to contact Coach Hopey Newkirk with any questions.

Spring Fling Dance

SF

MCIS PTO in hosting a Spring Dance on Friday, April 20, 2018 from 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm. 

The admission to the dance will be $1.00. There will be pizza, drinks, candy bars, glow sticks, ring pops, popcorn, and other refreshments available for the purchase of $1.00. 

A permission slip will be sent home and will need to be returned to school by Friday (April 20, 2018) in order to attend the dance. 

Parent University

You're Invited! 

Parent University 

Monday, April 16th, 2018 

6:00 - 7:30pm

 

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Learn how to: 

- reduce your energy bill

-make a reusable grocery bag

-start recycling in your own home 

Pizza, drinks, and take home grocery bag provided 

Academic Teams Takes 2nd at Regional

R.A.T.

Congratulations to the MCIS Academic Team for placing 2nd overall last weekend at Regionals!

Additional wins for the team include:

- Quick Recall: 2nd place

- Future Problem Solving: 1st Place

 

Math: 

1st Corbin Pellegrinelli

4th Dylan Kincaid

 

Science:

5th Elijah Coleman 

 

Social Studies:

2nd Carter Weil 


Language Arts:

4th Corbin Pellegrinelli 

March of Dimes Coin Drive

MD

 

Montgomery County Intermediate School is is having a coin drive to support the mission of  March of Dimes - to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth, and infant mortality. From now until March 16, 2018 send "change" to school with your child. The classroom that raises the most money will receive a popsicle party! 

National School Breakfast Week - Dress-Up Week for Students!

Breakfast

This week is National Breakfast Week and the students and staff of MCIS will be celebrating by dressing up. Look below to see what outfits to wear each day. 

 

Monday-“ Crazy for Breakfast” – Students may wear crazy socks

Tuesday – “Team up for Breakfast” – Students dress in team gear for their favorite team.

Wednesday – “Brighten Your Day with Breakfast” – Wear bright colors

Thursday – “Don’t Hide from Breakfast” – Camo Day

Friday- “Be  Smart & Start Your Day with Breakfast” – School Spirit Day (red/white/blue or MOCO gear)

 

National School Breakfast Week

School Nutrition staff joined Mayor Williamson to sign the National School Breakfast Week Proclamation. All Montgomery County students can receive breakfast meals at no cost.

School Nutrition Staff and Mayor Gary Williamson

(L-R April Johnson, Sharon Tackett, Kelly Gray, Rachel Haney, Sandy Jones, Mayor Williamson, Stephanie Hammonds, Rhesa Barber, Shelly Terry, and Julie Metcalf.)

 

February Board Recognition

Congratulations to the following who were recognized at Tuesday’s (2/27/18) board meeting.  

All-State Choir: Larah Ballard, Michaiah Bishop, Peyton Garrison, Alyssa Jouett, Karisma Keeton, Allen Reed, Tristina Salmon, Rebecca Wallingford, and Katie Webb

All-State Orchestra: Elliott King, Noah Mascle, and Daniel Risner

Microsoft Office Specialist Qualifiers: Kasey Berryman and Matthew Smith

Youth Art Month: Maria Al Lawati, Lauren Donithan, and Hannah Fulks

Yes I Can Award: Nicholas Madrigal

Spelling Bee School Champions: Alexis White, Katie Allison, Clara Manning, Lexi Frazier, Grant Klingenberg

Kentucky Music Educators Association District 8 Elementary Teacher of the Year: David Fonda

 

A Message from the Superintendent Regarding School Safety

Please watch the video below to hear Superintendent Matt Thompson's message regarding school safety and how you can help.

 

 

Social Media Rumor 2/22/18

This morning, Thursday, February 22, 2018, we learned of a rumor circulating on social media suggesting that a gun had been brought to Montgomery County High School.  This is completely untrue and has been investigated fully.  Again, the rumor is false. 

We encourage anyone with concerns to speak to an adult instead of sharing untrue rumors over social media which does nothing but make things worse.  Please discuss this with your children as well as model appropriate use of social media for them. 

Again, concerns should be shared with an adult at school or by reporting to our Montgomery County Schools talk and text tip line at 859-279-4300.  Thank you for helping to be part of the solution in stopping untrue rumors from being shared on social media.

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FRYSCKy Public Policy Survey

The Public Policy Committee is seeking your input on the importance of the Family Resource Youth Service Centers in our schools. Community partners, advisory council members, school staff members, superintendents and board members, along with parents, guardians and grandparents are encouraged to take the survey.

The committee is looking for firsthand accounts of the importance of FRYSC. The survey will be available for one week only, and will end at 10:00 am (ET) on Friday, February 16, 2018

Survey Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/KKBJ9T7

MoCo Special Olympics Parent Meeting

There will be a parent meeting for the MoCo Special Olympics team on Monday, February 19th in the MCIS cafeteria at 6:00 p.m.  To learn more about an athlete being eligible to participate, read more about MoCo Heroes.

Public Forum to Discuss Elementary School Attendance Boundary Revision Proposal

A forum to discuss the elementary school attendance boundary revision proposal is scheduled for Thursday, February 15, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the Montgomery County Intermediate School cafeteria.  For more information, please visit the following link.  http://www.montgomery.kyschools.us/Content2/attendance-boundary-revisions

No School Monday, February 5, 2018

There will be no school in Montgomery County Monday, February 5, 2018. This is a normal snow day and WILL NOT be a TRIBE Day. Child care will be available at the Early Learning Center and Mt. Sterling Elementary from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please send a sack lunch with your child.

No School February 2, 2018

There will be no school in Montgomery County Friday, February 2, 2018. This is a normal snow day and WILL NOT be a TRIBE Day. Child care will be available at the Early Learning Center and Mt. Sterling Elementary from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please send a sack lunch with your child.

No School Thursday, January 18, 2018. This is a TRIBE Day.

There will be no school in Montgomery County Thursday, January 18, 2018. This will be a Non-Traditional Instruction TRIBE Day. Child care will be available at the Early Learning Center and Mt. Sterling Elementary from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

TRIBE Day 2 ELA Article

The following link contains the ELA article that is missing from the 6th grade TRIBE Day 2 packet. All 6th grade students will need a copy of this article in order to complete their assignment for the day. 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XyJ9LVVjnaeOw2xny3wB3H-n-uOX7o_9/view

 

 

Black Achievers Saturday Session Canceled

Due to expected inclement weather conditions the Black Achievers Saturday Session for January 13, 2018, has been canceled.

No School on Friday, January 12. This is a TRIBE Day.

There will be no school in Montgomery County Friday, January 12. This will be a Non-Traditional Instruction TRIBE Day. Child care will be available at the Early Learning Center and Mt. Sterling Elementary from 5:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. All after-school activities are canceled, including athletic games and practices.

School Closed Friday, January 5. This will be a TRIBE Day.

There will be no school in Montgomery County Friday, January 5. This will be a Non-Traditional Instruction TRIBE Day. Child care will be available at the Early Learning Center and Mt. Sterling Elementary from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please send a sack lunch with your student.

Vote for the Banner of Your Choice

Each school district has been invited to design a banner for display at the 82nd Annual Kentucky School Boards Association Conference scheduled for March 2018 at the Galt House in Louisville. The banners are a very important contribution to the conference, reminding attendees of schools' primary focus -- learning and learners. In order to be displayed at the conference, the banner must identify the school district and depict the conference theme:

"Kentucky School Boards: Adapting and Achieving”

Only one banner from each school district is allowed. We are asking our students, staff, and community to vote for the one that will represent Montgomery County at the KSBA annual conference. Voting will end Wednesday, December 20th at 4:30 p.m.

Vote for your favorite choice.

MCIS Academic Team

Congratulations to the MCIS Academic Team! MCIS placed first overall at Estill County Middle School over the weekend. The team also won first place in the Quick Recall Match. Individual winners are: 

Math: 1st Tanner Campbell, 2nd Danika Sparks, 3rd Drew Thompson

Language Arts: 4th Kaden Gillum

Arts and Humanities: 1st Tanner Campbell, 2nd Ethan Hill, 3rd Danika Sparks

Social Studies: 3rd Tyson Greer, 6th Eli Leach

Composition: 1st Isabella Stanley, 2nd Ellie Tolentino, 4th Clair Donaldson 

 

Academic Team

Disney's Alice in Wonderland Jr.

 

You are cordially invited to Montgomery County Intermediate School’s production of Disney’s Alice in Wonderland, Jr.! The students of MCIS have been working so hard on this show and they are excited to share their talent with you. Please plan to join us on: 

  • Friday, December 8, 2017 7:30 p.m.
  • Saturday, December 9, 2017 7:30 p.m.
  • Sunday, December 10, 2017 2:30 p.m.

Read below for additional information.

Alice in Wonderland

 

Winner of Veterans Contest

Austin Wells was the winner of a contest held by MCIS in honor of veterans. Students were asked to choose a veteran to interview and write an essay or create a video. Austin, a sixth-grader, wrote his essay on Mark Allen Crain, principal of MCIS and a Marine veteran. Congratulations Austin!

Mrs. Heaton, Austin Wells and Mr. Crain

 

Safety is Our Number One Priority

The safety of our students and staff is always our number one priority. Earlier today, we were made aware of a rumor being shared on social media talking about a student planning to do harm tomorrow at a school identified only as MCHS.

In working with local law-enforcement and other school districts, it was determined that the MCHS in the post actually belongs to another school district in another region in Kentucky. Please know the other school district confirmed the situation had been taken care of last night.

We appreciate those who brought the rumor to our attention. We will, as always after a school break, be very diligent in our work with students tomorrow. Thank you.

 

State Education Commissioner Appoints New School Board Member

The Kentucky Education Commissioner, Dr. Stephen L. Pruitt has appointed a new school board member in Montgomery County.  Montgomery County Schools received notification this morning from the Department of Education regarding the decision to appoint Ms. Carmela Fletcher-Green to the vacant position in Division #1 on the Board of Education.

 

The full press release is available in PDF.

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