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  • Information Released Regarding Situation that Occurred Last Week

    At Montgomery County Schools, our top priority is student and staff safety.  In a continuing effort of effective communication and transparency, the District released information today regarding a situation that occurred last week.  A news release can be viewed by clicking here.

     

  • Recognition at April Board Meeting

    Congraulations to the following who were recognized at the Board Meeting held on April 26.  Click here to read what these students accomplished to be recognized.

    1. MCHS Chess Team
    2. MCIS Academic Team
    3. McNabb Academic Team
    4. McNabb KUNA
    5. MCHS KUNA
    6. Duke TIP Talent Identification Program
  • French Students Recognized for Achievements

    Congratulations to those French students who participated in the 2016 State-level World Language Festival (Ben Rose, Jacquelyn Crump, Estrella Izaguirre, Alex Harris, Trey Martin, Isabel Schmitt, Paulin Yu, and Cora Klingenberg).

    • 100% of those students scored proficient
    • 7 students scored well above grade level
    • 3 students (Ben Rose, Trey Martin, and Alex Harris) were semi-finalists among all levels.

    TREY MARTIN (left) won 1st in state among ALL PARTICIPANTS in the ENTIRE state !

  • National Merit Finalist Candidates

    Based on scoring in the 99th percentile nationally on the PSAT/NMSQT test, these two students are candidates for the highly prestigious National Merit Scholarship. In September, they will either be selected for National Merit Commendation or they will become Semifinalists and compete for the National Merit Scholarship. These two students have already proven themselves to be among the best and brightest in the nation. Congratulations to Parker Poulos and Sloan Lansdale!

     

  • Governor's School for the Arts Selectees

    Congratulations to our Governor’s School for the Arts selectees. For three weeks every summer, over 200 of Kentucky’s most talented and creative high school students are selected to the Governor’s School for the Arts’ college summer residence program. Rising juniors and seniors in high school are offered in-depth instruction in one of nine artistic disciplines: architecture + design, creative writing, dance, drama, instrumental music, musical theatre, new media, visual art, and vocal music. Upon completion of the summer program, students gain a variety of opportunities such as scholarships and funding through the Toyota Alumni Fund.

    L-R
    Daniel Risner, Alternate
    Emily Spradling, Alternate
    Joseph Garcia, GSA Recipient
    Amanda Mapes, Alternate

     

  • Eight MCHS Students Accepted as Governor's Scholars

    Congratulations to MCHS’s 2016 Governor’s Scholars. The Governor’s Scholars Program is a highly selective summer residential program for outstanding high school students in Kentucky who are rising seniors. The Program originated in 1983 as a result of Kentucky leaders’ concern that the state’s “best and brightest” were leaving the Commonwealth to pursue educational and career opportunities elsewhere without fully understanding the potential of their talents at home. Students who are selected attend the Program without charge, and they become eligible for major scholarships from colleges across the state.

    Front Row L-R
    Madison Cline, Morgan Donaldson, Summer Taylor, Sydney Greene

    Back Row
    Maja Engler, Julianne Williams, Breanna Bowling, Sloan Lansdale

     

  • Steak & Bean Bowl T-Shirt Design Winner Announced

    The 12th Annual Whitaker Bank Steak and Bean Bowl will be held this Thursday, April 28th at Cunningham Field. Every year, Whitaker Bank reaches out to the high school to give students the opportunity to share their ideas for the shirt worn by all to celebrate the kickoff to MCHS football. Princess Cody, a junior this year, won the design competition for the Steak and Bean Bowl shirts. Princess was awarded $50.00, paid by Whitaker Bank, and a free t-shirt. Click here to read more.

     

  • MCHS Bass Fishing Team Advances to State

    This past Saturday the Montgomery County Bass Fishing Team competed in the KHSAA 4th Region Tournament. Fifty-eight boats competed for the top 16 spots to advance to the State Championship. After a great day of fishing and all weights totaled Montgomery County has three teams that will represent us at the state level in May. Click here to read more.

     

     

  • FBLA Travels to Louisville for State Conference

    Congratulations to the Montgomery County ATC FBLA! Five events qualified during the 2016 Kentucky State Leadership Conference and will advance onto the National Leadership Competition held in Atlanta, Georgia this summer. Click here to read the news release.

  • Revised Calendar

    Due to legislation passed this legislative session and that went into effect last week, earlier tonight (4/19/16) the Montgomery County Board of Education made some last revisions to the current school year calendar.  Specifically, the changes are:

    • Tuesday, May 17, 2016 (election day) will now be an instructional day.  This was not allowed prior to the legislation that went into effect last week.
    • The last day for students is now Friday, May 27, 2016.
    • Graduation will be held on Friday, May 27, 2016.
    • Closing Day for appropriate staff is Tuesday, May 31, 2016.
    • Monday, May 30, the district will be closed in observance of Memorial Day

    Click here to read more.

     

  • MCHS Senior Pictures Needed

    Attention MCHS Seniors,

     

    Your MCHS Senior Class Sponsors would like to ask all Seniors to provide up to 5 childhood and/or teenage photos of themselves to share with their classmates in a slide show that will be shown at the Baccalaureate program on May 25th.  Seniors should scan and email their pictures to MCHSseniorpics2016@yahoo.com by Friday, May 13th. 

     

    For more information see Mrs. Rachel Mantooth or email her at rachel.mantooth2@montgomery.kyschools.us

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