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SNAPSHOTS FROM CAIRO'S MOTHER/SON DANCE

SNAPSHOTS FROM CAIRO'S FATHER/DAUGHTER DANCE

SNAPSHOTS FROM CAIRO ELEMENTARY MOTHER/SON DANCE

BEND GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL, DEBORAH HARMAN ACCEPTS CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT  FOR BECOMING THE THIRD SEIZURE SMART SCHOOL IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY.  ALL STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF ARE TRAINED IN SEIZURE AND EPILEPSY AWARENESS.  PRESENTING CERTIFICATE IS DAVID PETTIT FROM THE EPILEPSY FOUNDATION OF KENTUCKIANA

IN OBSERVANCE OF NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK, HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOLS RECOGNIZED SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS WITH A RECEPTION. THE HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM WOULD LIKE TO SAY THANK YOU TO OUR MANY VOLUNTEERS.  WE VALUE AND APPRECIATE YOU.

PICTURED: MARGANNA STANLEY, SUPERINTENDENT & SARA SHELTON, SPOTTSVILLE VOLUNTEER

IN OBSERVANCE OF NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK, HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOLS RECOGNIZED SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS WITH A RECEPTION. THE HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM WOULD LIKE TO SAY THANK YOU TO OUR MANY VOLUNTEERS. WE VALUE AND APPRECIATE YOU.

PICTURED: MARGANNA STANLEY, SUPERINTENDENT & LULA WILLIAMS, CAIRO VOLUNTEER

IN OBSERVANCE OF NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK, HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOLS RECOGNIZED SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS WITH A RECEPTION. THE HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM WOULD LIKE TO SAY THANK YOU TO OUR MANY VOLUNTEERS. WE VALUE AND APPRECIATE YOU.

PICTURED: MARGANNA STANLEY, SUPERINTENDENT & WANDA TROUTMAN, EAST HEIGHTS VOLUNTEER

IN OBSERVANCE OF NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK, HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOLS RECOGNIZED SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS WITH A RECEPTION. THE HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM WOULD LIKE TO SAY THANK YOU TO OUR MANY VOLUNTEERS. WE VALUE AND APPRECIATE YOU.

PICTURED: MARGANNA STANLEY, SUPERINTENDENT & RACHEL TROUT, A.B. CHANDLER VOLUNTEER


IN OBSERVANCE OF NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK, HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOLS RECOGNIZED SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS WITH A RECEPTION. THE HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM WOULD LIKE TO SAY THANK YOU TO OUR MANY VOLUNTEERS. WE VALUE AND APPRECIATE YOU.

PICTURED: MARGANNA STANLEY, SUPERINTENDENT & MICHELLE KING, THELMA B. JOHNSON EARLY LEARNING CENTER VOLUNTEER

IN OBSERVANCE OF NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK, HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOLS RECOGNIZED SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS WITH A RECEPTION. THE HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM WOULD LIKE TO SAY THANK YOU TO OUR MANY VOLUNTEERS. WE VALUE AND APPRECIATE YOU.

PICTURED: MARGANNA STANLEY, SUPERINTENDENT & MEGAN SMITH, A.B. CHANDLER VOLUNTEER

IN OBSERVANCE OF NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK, HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOLS RECOGNIZED SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS WITH A RECEPTION. THE HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM WOULD LIKE TO SAY THANK YOU TO OUR MANY VOLUNTEERS. WE VALUE AND APPRECIATE YOU.

PICTURED: MARGANNA STANLEY, SUPERINTENDENT & MARY CLUTTS, EAST HEIGHTS VOLUNTEER

IN OBSERVANCE OF NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK, HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOLS RECOGNIZED SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS WITH A RECEPTION. THE HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM WOULD LIKE TO SAY THANK YOU TO OUR MANY VOLUNTEERS. WE VALUE AND APPRECIATE YOU.

PICTURED: MARGANNA STANLEY, SUPERINTENDENT & AI HOLLER, EAST HEIGHTS VOLUNTEER

IN OBSERVANCE OF NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK, HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOLS RECOGNIZED SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS WITH A RECEPTION. THE HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM WOULD LIKE TO SAY THANK YOU TO OUR MANY VOLUNTEERS. WE VALUE AND APPRECIATE YOU.

PICTURED: MARGANNA STANLEY, SUPERINTENDENT & TERRI SEPTER, THELMA B.JOHNSON EARLY LEARNING CENTER VOLUNTEER

IN OBSERVANCE OF NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK, HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOLS RECOGNIZED SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS WITH A RECEPTION. THE HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM WOULD LIKE TO SAY THANK YOU TO OUR MANY VOLUNTEERS. WE VALUE AND APPRECIATE YOU.

PICTURED: MARGANNA STANLEY, SUPERINTENDENT & BROOK STONE, A.B. CHANDLER VOLUNTEER

IN OBSERVANCE OF NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK, HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOLS RECOGNIZED SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS WITH A RECEPTION. THE HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM WOULD LIKE TO SAY THANK YOU TO OUR MANY VOLUNTEERS. WE VALUE AND APPRECIATE YOU.

PICTURED: MARGANNA STANLEY, SUPERINTENDENT & PAUL THOMAS, EAST HEIGHTS VOLUNTEER

IN OBSERVANCE OF NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK, HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOLS RECOGNIZED SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS WITH A RECEPTION. THE HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM WOULD LIKE TO SAY THANK YOU TO OUR MANY VOLUNTEERS. WE VALUE AND APPRECIATE YOU.

PICTURED: MARGANNA STANLEY, SUPERINTENDENT & LEE CARRIER, EAST HEIGHTS VOLUNTEER

IN OBSERVANCE OF NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK, HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOLS RECOGNIZED SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS WITH A RECEPTION. THE HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM WOULD LIKE TO SAY THANK YOU TO OUR MANY VOLUNTEERS. WE VALUE AND APPRECIATE YOU.

PICTURED: MARGANNA STANLEY, SUPERINTENDENT & MARY ROYALTY, NIAGARA VOLUNTEER

HCHS CARPENTRY STUDENTS CURRENTLY WORKING ON THIS DUPLEX.  EACH 1900 SQ. FT. UNIT HAS 2 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHROOMS; MUD/UTILITY ROOM. 

HCHS CARPENTRY STUDENTS ON SITE WORKING ON DUPLEX PROJECT

HCHS CARPENTRY STUDENTS ON SITE WORKING ON DUPLEX PROJECT

HCHS CARPENTRY STUDENTS ON SITE WORKING ON DUPLEX PROJECT

HCHS CARPENTRY STUDENTS RECENTLY PUT IN COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS BY PAINTING THE DONATION BINS AT THE SALVATION ARMY

HCHS CARPENTRY STUDENTS RECENTLY PUT IN COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS BY PAINTING THE DONATION BINS AT THE SALVATION ARMY

HCHS CARPENTRY STUDENTS RECENTLY PUT IN COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS BY PAINTING THE DONATION BINS AT THE SALVATION ARMY

BAILEE BOWLES RECENTLY RECEIVED A SCHOLARSHIP FROM HENDERSON ROTARY CLUB

MAGGIE WHITSON RECENTLY RECEIVED A SCHOLARSHIP FROM HENDERSON ROTARY CLUB

ABIGAIL PERRY RECENTLY RECEIVED A SCHOLARSHIP FROM HENDERSON ROTARY CLUB

COLE PRIVETTE RECENTLY RECEIVED A SCHOLARSHIP FROM HENDERSON ROTARY CLUB

CLARKE SIGHTS RECENTLY RECEIVED A SCHOLARSHIP FROM HENDERSON ROTARY CLUB

SHERIDAN FORKER RECENTLY RECEIVED A SCHOLARSHIP FROM HENDERSON ROTARY CLUB

ANDREW SAULS RECENTLY RECEIVED A SCHOLARSHIP FROM HENDERSON ROTARY CLUB

JEFFERSON ELEMENTARY LEADERS OF THE MONTH - MARCH 2018

NORTH MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS, RYAN HOLLAND AND KYLIE TITZER RECEIVED BOARD RECOGNITION FOR PLACING IN THE SECRETARY OF STATE SLOGAN CONTEST.  PICTURED WITH STUDENTS-MARGANNA STANLEY, SUPERINTENDENT; STEVE GARNER, NMS SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHER AND NAN TERNES, NMS TEACHER

NORTH MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT KYLIE TITZER IS PRESENTED 1ST PLACE AWARD FROM SECRETARY OF STATE FOR SLOGAN CONTEST.

NORTH MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT RYAN HOLLAND IS PRESENTED 3RD PLACE AWARD FROM SECRETARY OF STATE FOR SLOGAN CONTEST.

NIAGARA ELEMENTARY LEADERS OF THE MONTH - MARCH 2018

HENDERSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS OF THE MONTH - MARCH 2018

HENDERSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL CTE UNIT STUDENTS OF THE QUARTER

CAIRO ELEMENTARY LEADERS OF THE MONTH - MARCH 2018

SPOTTSVILLE ELEMENTARY LEADERS OF THE MONTH - MARCH 2018


LAILA HASAN, STATE DEPARTMENT OPERATIONS CENTER RECENTLY VISITED WITH STUDENTS AT HENDERSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL.  PICTURED WITH STUDENTS, ALEX WHEELER AND ZARIA BRADLEY

TRAJDON DAVIS, SOUTH HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY, RECEIVED BOARD RECOGNITION FOR BEING NAMED JUDGES SCHOLAR FOR APRIL 2018

HENDERSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS RECEIVED BOARD RECOGNITION FOR BEING NAMED GOVERNOR'S SCHOLARS.  ELIZABETH "KATE" KELSEY, DAKOTA BANKS, ALEXANDER CHANDLER AND HARRISON JENKINS PICTURED WITH SUPERINTENDENT, MARGANNA STANLEY

BEND GATE ELEMENTARY STUDENTS RECEIVED BOARD RECOGNITION FOR EARNING 1ST PLACE AT THE STATE STUDENT TECHNOLOGY LEADERSHIP PROGRAM COMPETITION.  KACIE CARTER, TEACHER; ALLYSON RIDEOUT AND AMAURI TAPP, STUDENTS PICTURED WITH SUPERINTENDENT, MARGANNA STANLEY

BEND GATE ELEMENTARY LEADERS OF THE MONTH - FEBRUARY 2018

BEND GATE ELEMENTARY LEADERS OF THE MONTH - MARCH 2018

Online registration for the 2018-19 school year will begin on April 16th. We encourage all parents/guardians to complete registration before MAY 17th to assist with classroom and class assignments.
Henderson County Schools will begin student online registration for the 2018-19 school year on April 16th. We encourage all parents/guardians to complete registration before MAY 17th to assist with classroom and class assignments.

Superintendent Message

 
This week is a crucial time for Kentucky public schools. The legislative session has brought concerns to many of us. Governor Bevin has made the announcement that he will veto the Budget Bill HB200 and Tax Reform Bill HB 366.
 
How does this impact Henderson County Schools?
First of all, HCS needs to be represented in Frankfort on Friday and Saturday this week.  Each school will decide upon a delegation to send to Frankfort to represent us. We will not close school on Friday.  This will become a win-win situation for everyone.
We will be able to advocate for public schools, which we all love and are passionate about, (especially HCS) and we are able to continue providing our daily excellent educational services needed by our students and expected by parents.
 
What are we advocating for:
1. The pension promise – which means we are not asking for raises. We pay a percentage into the Kentucky retirement system every month – knowing that will be our retirement. Social security is not an option for teachers. That is the promise that we were given when we became a public servants.
2. Legislators need to find a revenue source that will increase public education funding.
 
We need the funding at the state level for early childhood education/preschool, professional development, transportation, textbooks, and FRYSC, just to name a few. Do not put that funding obligation on the local level.
 
I ask that we all wear red throughout this week and we will provide “I love public school” stickers for HCS employees on Friday.
 
We also will start a social media campaign called #wearehcs. We will encourage social media posts that show how Henderson County Schools staff has inspired you! Staff members can post videos and pictures of the extraordinary work that you do.  Parents and students post pictures with your favorite hcs staff member. Our community already knows we are a distinguished school district  Now let’s show the world. #wearehcs  #lovekyschools
 
For the next 28 school days – wear red, show your public school support. Our children and students are worth our interest and investment. We are Henderson County Schools and we are extraordinary!
 
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Recent News

Henderson County High School Senior Projects Seeking Volunteers

Henderson County High School Senior Projects will be presented on April 23, 2018 – May 4, 2018. Volunteers are needed to help score the projects.  Students give a 10-minute presentation based on research and inquiry of a topic of choice. Volunteers are then able to discuss the project with the students and provide feedback and a score.

2018-19 Online Student Registration Starts April 16th

Henderson County Schools will begin student online registration for the 2018-19 school year on April 16th. We encourage all parents/guardians to complete registration before MAY 17th to assist with classroom and class assignments.

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Events

Mid Terms Issued
Date: 4/20/2018
HCHS Prom
Date: 4/21/2018
SPT Mother/Son Dance
Date: 4/21/2018
SMS - 7th Grade K-PREP Celebration
Date: 4/23/2018
SPT -Kindergarten Program -6:00 p.m.
Date: 4/23/2018