No Summer Break for the ATC Expansion project.
SCPS announces another personalized learning opportunity.
Details about the Summer Feeding Program.
Ages K - 9th grade. The Lady Rockets leading by example!
Applications for next year due by May 5.
Local Art Contest
Are you in need of daycare services for your child this summer?
April 29 from 9-11. Come learn about next year's exciting opportunities at EMS.
Ninth graders - be a part of this great opportunity!
Be a part of casting the vision for the future.
SCHS Students interview veterans to learn about 20th Century wars.
WMS Odyssey teams did well at the recent state competition.
The Heritage archery team hits the bullseye!
The Kentucky Commissioner of Education is seeking applications to be considered for appointment to the Shelby County Board of Education.
A combined school effort where FIVE schools are working together to raise cultural awareness. Please come support!
Career and Technology Student Organizations meet with community leaders and plan for future.
Karen Sams Steps Down as District Two Respresentative
SCPS Students win awards for writing and art.
Local Planning Committee to discuss District Facility Plan
March 29, 30, 31
Shelby County earns 3.2 million dollar grant to support growing programs.
Take a peek at Painted Stone's fourth-grade Data Team.
5th graders at Heritage gave some amazing exhibitions recently.
Our monthly newsletter - connecting SCPS with the world.
Entering Kindergarten is an exciting time! Preparation for the transition is important.
SCPS proudly announces the 16-17 Teachers of the Year. Sponsored by CB&T and Insurance Associates.
SCHS students get a real-world example of how technical literacy can save lives.
Competing against 18 other schools, the WMS team emerged victorious with the regional championship.
Northside Preschool stands out in the state by earning high praise!
Some Wright Elementary teachers hosted a special event for their students to help solidify learning.
An announcement about the Community Tapestry event. Come be a part of it on February 19.
Simpsonville students received some timely instruction on how to identify fake news.
Students get real-world feedback on their engineering projects.
Yohari Salama was recently named Miss Black Teen Kentucky US Ambassador 2017.
The SCPS Strategic Leadership Plan website is now up and running. Check it out!
WMS Students in the Tech Leadership Program recently won an award.
The MLCHS Cheerleading Team gives back.
Every student at WMS will help make blankets for those in need.
The first snowfall that would traditionally have canceled school WILL BE A SNOGO DAY.
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Please share your feedback on which calendar you would prefer for 17-18 school year.
District Sees Student/Teacher Engagement Growing with Online Tool
Heritage was in the Louisville media recently.
Tayan Stansfield recently met with Lt. Governor, Jenean Hampton!
SCHS Rockets Basketball Programs invite you to “Hoop Madness” Nov. 21st @6:00 p.m.
MLCHS staff, Gorman and Stivers, recognized by Ohio Valley Educational Coorperative.
More examples of our staff making a difference in Shelby County and beyond.
11th Annual Turkey Trot
MLCHS student honored with service award.
High school students got hands-on experience recently...
Brush up on your knowledge about this personalized grading practice.
Mr. Stone continues to shine. Winner of the Teacher Achievement Award.
CAO, Susan Dugle, recognized by the Kentucky World Language Association.
Please join us and learn how to support your child's learning at home!
An update on our district's Early College program...
The elementary Chromebook Rollout is complete!
Governor Bevin and others make announcement in Shelbyville.
We'll be discussing Standards Based Grading, Technology, and Math!
Once again, the impressive Jessica Collins has been honored for her service leadership.
Every SCPS employee met the day before school began to kick off the school year!
No cost meals at the elementary schools
Message from Dr. Neihof and JCTC...
Jennifer Cox has accepted the position.
It's getting closer!
Don't let all the work your student did in 15-16 slip. Keep them reading this summer! Here are some suggestions...
Summer enrichment opportunities for students.
Information on the Summer Food Service Program.