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The principal’s position is currently open and the application information is listed below: Job Title: Principal-MCHS Type: Certified Contact: Chelsea Clark Posted: 12/10/2015 Expires: ...

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Gov. Matt Bevin K-Prep Test Encouragement

Click article to see a video from Gov. Matt Bevin encouraging students to do the very best they can on the K-Prep test.

 

Students Asked

Students have asked for it, and now they will have it.

MCHS Cafeteria…

will have…

STROMBOLI

Friday May 6, 2016.

Summer Food Service Program

The Menifee County School District is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Meals will be provided, at a first come, first serve basis, at the sites and times.
Begins—6-6-2016
Ends—7-29-2016
If interested in becoming a site or being a site again please contact Jeff Melkulcok, Food Service Director.

MCHS Greenhouse

The MCHS Greenhouse is open and ready for business! They have tomato and pepper plants in many varieties. Several beautiful flowers to choose from including geraniums, petunias, impatiens and begonias. Please visit our greenhouse by calling 768-8102 and speaking with Mr. Toby Sorrell and support our outstanding agriculture programs!

Campbellsville University 2016 Excellence in Teaching Awards

It is with great pleasure that I am able to inform you of our 3 district educators that will be representing Menifee County Schools at the 2016 Excellence in Teaching Awards Program at Campbellsville University in May.

The following have been selected by fellow colleagues:

  • Katrina Hiler      Elementary Award Recipient
  • Debra Craver     Middle School Award Recipient
  • Lana Swartz      High School Award Recipient

This statewide recognition is for three of our outstanding teachers who exemplify leadership and professionalism each and every day. Congratulations to them!  

Timothy D. Spencer
Menifee County Schools
State Manager

Classroom Five to Thrive

Classroom  Five To Thrive !

1. Bring materials to class and be on time.

2. Use electronics appropriately under direction of the teacher.

3. Be alert, aware, attentive, participate in class from bell to bell.

4. Use school appropriate and respectful language.

5. Follow dress code, remove head coverings in the classroom and cafeteria.

 

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Menifee County Schools Mission Statement

“Empowering future generations to be productive and successful in a global economy through:
• community collaboration
• creative thinking
• instructional rigor and relevance ...
in order to improve the quality of life for ALL.”

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Menifee County High School
119 Indian Creek Rd
Frenchburg, KY 40322
Phone:606-768-8102
Fax:606-768-8200