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  • Making Up Snow Day: May 16, 2017 (Election Day)

    At last night’s board meeting, the Montgomery County Board of Education agreed to use May 16, 2017 as a make-up day for the snow day that we had on 1/30/17.
    The last day for students on the school calendar (May 18) is correct, contingent upon no other days are missed.

    May 16, 2017 (Election Day) will be a student instructional day.

     

  • Kim Barnes Recipient of Service & Advocacy Award

    We would like to congratulate Ms. Kim Barnes for receiving the Kentucky Association for Gifted Education (KAGE) Service and Advocacy Award.The purpose of this award is to provide recognition of exceptional service and/or advocacy in support of educating Kentucky’s gifted and talented children and youth.She accepted the award during the KAGE Annual Conference held last month.

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    Kim Barnes received the KAGE Service & Advocacy Award. She is pictured with her MC2 students.

     

  • Dalton Carter Appointed to the United States Military Academy

    Dalton Carter, a MCHS senior this year, has had the desire to serve his country since he can remember.  He’s been appointed to the prestigious United States Military Academy at West Point.  Recruiting the nation’s most promising students who have maintained academic excellence, along with excellent physicality, West Point has been educating, training, and inspiring leaders of character for the United States Army and for the nation for more than 200 years. A student attending West Point is provided a tuition-free education; in return, the student commits to five years of active duty as a commissioned second lieutenant in the Army and an additional three years as a reserve. Out of all of the applicants per year to West Point, approximately nine percent actually receive admission.  In addition to all of the strict criteria to be admitted, applicants must also have a congressional nomination. Dalton received a nomination for admission from Congressman Andy Barr.  “I want to thank everyone who has helped along the way: Mrs. Eads, Mrs. Manning, Ms. Gannon, Mr. Richards, Mrs. Manley, Mr. Sizemore, Mr. Mansfield, Ms. Botts and my family and friends,” Dalton shared.  Dalton is the son of Cherokee and Heather Carter.

    Congratulations to Dalton and his family for this tremendous honor.

    Chief Academic Officer, Renee Boots, Guidance Counselor Melissa Eads, Dalton Carter, and Principal Rocky Franz.

     

     

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