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Amburgey Brothers First to Win State Bass Fishing Championship for MCHS

Gabe and Tryton Amburgey won the 2022 KHSAA Bass Fishing State Championships Saturday (5/14/22). This is the first state title for the MCHS Bass Fishing Team.

The state championship took place on Kentucky Lake in southwestern Kentucky. Gabe and Tryton's boat captain for the event was their father Daniel Amburgey. 

Gabe and Tryton captured first place honors with a catch of 10 fish totaling 25 pounds, 3 ounces.

MCHS had two other teams who also competed. Peyton Barber and Brady Caudill placed 41st weighing in at 5 pounds, 10 ounces. Joe Rothwell and Luke Maiden finished 47th with a total weigh-in of 9 pounds, 3 ounces.

Congratulations to Gabe, Tryton, Daniel, and Coaches John Vice and Chris Cobb!

Bass Fishing State Champions

Parent Survey for Special Education Services

Dear Parents and Guardians,

We need your input! Our school district and the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) want to hear from parents regarding how well your child’s school is doing to involve you in the special education services provided to your child.

We would like you to complete a brief, online survey to share your experience with your child’s special education services during the current school year (2021-2022). The survey is available in English, Spanish, and Arabic. 

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MoCo Staff Make a Difference!

Have you encountered a staff member from Montgomery County Schools who has made a difference for your child or family? Maybe you have seen a teacher go above and beyond, noticed a bus driver who starts the day off right for your child every day, observed an assistant who provides extra support for your child, or spotted any of our 700 MoCo staff members making a difference.

Please help us recognize them for the great work they do on a daily basis for our students, families, and community. Nominate a staff member to let them know that they make a difference!

Nominate a staff member to let them know they make a difference

Voluntary Test to Stay Program

Earlier in the school year, the Montgomery County Board of Education approved a "Test to Stay" program.  This program is voluntary, and there is no cost to you. Under the program, entirely asymptomatic students and staff who have been told to quarantine after being exposed to COVID-19 in any setting, even non-school-related events, will have the option of testing the night before each school day during the length of quarantine in lieu of quarantining at home.

To take advantage of this initiative:

  • We request that staff members enroll themselves and parents/guardians enroll their children at
  • A student or staff member must be identified as a school-related direct contact. This will not include family contacts, sports, or other extracurricular activities.
  • Be entirely asymptomatic. (zero symptoms) • Quarantine when not at school.
  • A parent/guardian will be responsible for bringing the student to the testing site and staying with the student until their test results are received.
  • The testing site will be at the Clay Center from 3:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m., Sunday through Thursday with Ethos Labs.
COVID-19 Case & Quarantine Live Dashboard

The Montgomery County Schools’ live COVID-19 Case and Quarantine Dashboard is now available at the link below.  As we are informed by the Montgomery County Health Department of either positive cases or contacts who have been quarantined amongst our students and staff, we will report those numbers using this dashboard.  The dashboard is updated automatically so the public can access this dashboard at any time.

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