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ATC Project Update Think Big

No Summer Break for the ATC Expansion project.


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Virtual Academy (Cultivate) Online Academy

SCPS announces another personalized learning opportunity.


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Summer Feeding Program Summer Feeding Program

Details about the Summer Feeding Program.


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SCHS Girls Bball Camp SCHS Rocket

Ages K - 9th grade. The Lady Rockets leading by example!


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West Middle's "The Rock" WMS

Applications for next year due by May 5.


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Community Announcement Art Contest

Local Art Contest


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Summer Daycare Summer daycare

Are you in need of daycare services for your child this summer?


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Coffee with Mrs. Cox coffee and conversation

April 29 from 9-11. Come learn about next year's exciting opportunities at EMS.


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Young Leaders Application Young Leaders logo

Ninth graders - be a part of this great opportunity!


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Profile of a Graduate Nature picture of child holding out hands on top of a mountain

Be a part of casting the vision for the future.


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"Anything Goes" Sets Sail at Collins Cast members smiling

You're Invited!


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SCHS Oral Histories Students with veterans

SCHS Students interview veterans to learn about 20th Century wars.


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WMS Odyssey Teams Impress Students at Odyssey competition

WMS Odyssey teams did well at the recent state competition.


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Heritage Archery Team Archery Team

The Heritage archery team hits the bullseye!


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Notice of Vacant Seat

The Kentucky Commissioner of Education is seeking applications to be considered for appointment to the Shelby County Board of Education.


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Culture Night - YOU'RE INVITED Cultural Mask

A combined school effort where FIVE schools are working together to raise cultural awareness. Please come support!


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CTSO Leadership Day CTSO

Career and Technology Student Organizations meet with community leaders and plan for future.


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Sams Resigns from Board scps logo

Karen Sams Steps Down as District Two Respresentative


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Conservation Winners Conservation

SCPS Students win awards for writing and art. 


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Notice of 2nd Public Forum District Facility Plan

Local Planning Committee to discuss District Facility Plan


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Preschool Registration Northside Cub

March 29, 30, 31


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$3.2 Million Grant Awarded Kentucky Work Skills Initiative

Shelby County earns 3.2 million dollar grant to support growing programs.


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Student-Centered, Data-Informed word cloud

Take a peek at Painted Stone's fourth-grade Data Team.


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Colonial Heritage Night Photo Gallery Colonial Night

5th graders at Heritage gave some amazing exhibitions recently.


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The Bridge Newsletter Think BIG

Our monthly newsletter - connecting SCPS with the world.


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EdTech ShareFair EdTech

IT'S COMING!


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Kindergarten Registration Roberts classroom

Entering Kindergarten is an exciting time! Preparation for the transition is important.


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Teachers of the Year Commonwealth Bank & Trust logo

SCPS proudly announces the 16-17 Teachers of the Year. Sponsored by CB&T and Insurance Associates.


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Literacy as Survival SCHS teacher Heather Morgan

SCHS students get a real-world example of how technical literacy can save lives.


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WMS Academic Team Wins Regionals! WMS Academic Team winning Regionals

Competing against 18 other schools, the WMS team emerged victorious with the regional championship.


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Northside Earns 5-Star Rating NECC logo

Northside Preschool stands out in the state by earning high praise!


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Innovative Approach Leads to Student Mastery Q marries U

Some Wright Elementary teachers hosted a special event for their students to help solidify learning.


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Community Tapestry Event local serviceman

An announcement about the Community Tapestry event. Come be a part of it on February 19.


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Fake News Fake newspaper

Simpsonville students received some timely instruction on how to identify fake news.  


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Future Cities Engineering Project Future Cityscape

Students get real-world feedback on their engineering projects. 


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Big Picture Student Wins Honors Yohari Salama headshot

Yohari Salama was recently named Miss Black Teen Kentucky US Ambassador 2017.


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SLP website is LIVE Strategic Leadership Plan

The SCPS Strategic Leadership Plan website is now up and running. Check it out!


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WMS Students Shine Nicholas and Allen in front of their winning display

WMS Students in the Tech Leadership Program recently won an award.


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Collins Cheer Embraces Social Responsibility Pop-Tart Boxes

The MLCHS Cheerleading Team gives back.


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WMS Students Lead by Example Linus (from the Peanuts cartoon) holding his blanket

Every student at WMS will help make blankets for those in need.


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SnoGo is a Go snowman

The first snowfall that would traditionally have canceled school WILL BE A SNOGO DAY.


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Sign Up for The Bridge The Bridge newsletter

Sign up for the digital, monthly newsletter from SCPS.


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17-18 School Calendar Options Generic Calendar

Please share your feedback on which calendar you would prefer for 17-18 school year.


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Schoology Usage on the Rise Schoology Logo

District Sees Student/Teacher Engagement Growing with Online Tool


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Smile! You're on the News Smile Kentucky

Heritage was in the Louisville media recently. 


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PSE Student Meets Lt. Gov. Stansfield with Hampton selfie

Tayan Stansfield recently met with Lt. Governor, Jenean Hampton!


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SCHS Hoop Madness basketball

SCHS Rockets Basketball Programs invite you to “Hoop Madness” Nov. 21st @6:00 p.m.


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Helping Students Achieve CCR OVEC logo

MLCHS staff, Gorman and Stivers, recognized by Ohio Valley Educational Coorperative. 


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SCPS Staff Shines SCPS logo

More examples of our staff making a difference in Shelby County and beyond.


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Community Notice 11th Annual Turkey Trot

11th Annual Turkey Trot


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Thompson Honored Noelle Thompson

MLCHS student honored with service award.


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Students Attend Construction Fair

High school students got hands-on experience recently...


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Standards Based Grading Resources

Brush up on your knowledge about this personalized grading practice.


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West Middle Teacher Recognized (Again) WMS teacher Emmanuel Stone

Mr. Stone continues to shine. Winner of the Teacher Achievement Award.


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Dugle Named Finalist

CAO, Susan Dugle, recognized by the Kentucky World Language Association.


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ELL Parent Information Night

Please join us and learn how to support your child's learning at home!


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Update on Early College

An update on our district's Early College program...


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Elementary Chromebook Rollout

The elementary Chromebook Rollout is complete!


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Dignitaries Visit Shelbyville

Governor Bevin and others make announcement in Shelbyville.


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Elementary Parent Academy

We'll be discussing Standards Based Grading, Technology, and Math!


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Student Honored by Governor

Once again, the impressive Jessica Collins has been honored for her service leadership.


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Opening Day for Staff

Every SCPS employee met the day before school began to kick off the school year!


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CEP Program at Elementary Schools

No cost meals at the elementary schools


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The Latest on Early College

 

Message from Dr. Neihof and JCTC...


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East Middle Announces New Principal

Jennifer Cox has accepted the position.


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School Supply Lists 16-17

It's getting closer!


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Summer Reading Lists

Don't let all the work your student did in 15-16 slip. Keep them reading this summer! Here are some suggestions...


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Summer SAIL Program

Summer enrichment opportunities for students.


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Summer Feeding Program

Information on the Summer Food Service Program.


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