Apply For Jobs Online!!
Friday, March 7, 2014
The Clay County Board of Education has just gone paperless with its hiring. Starting Friday, March 7th, prospective employees, both certified and classified will apply for jobs online. The online service, obtained through our district's partnership with TalentEd, a company that specializes in helping school districts become more efficient by going completely online, will go a long way in helping our districts hire and retain the most qualified applicants to work for the Clay County Public Schools. You can access the online hiring site through the Employment tab at the top of the main district website along with a button on the left that reads "Apply for Employment".
CCHS Kentucky Youth Assembly
Sunday, February 2, 2014
CCHS students traveled to Louisville to attend KYA, where they had very successful three days.
Clay County High School District Academic Governor's Cup
Thursday, January 30, 2014
On Thursday, January 30, Clay County High School hosted the 50th District Governor's Cup competition. Competing schools were Barbourville High School, Clay County, Knox Central, Lynn Camp and Oneida Baptist.
Plan B Transportation
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
You have probably seen in our local paper an article about a new Plan B transportation model that we will use if we are out of school for a prolonged period of time for severe weather. Here's how it works:
School Calendar Changes
Tuesday, February 4, 2014
Everyone knows that this year's winter weather has been extreme. In order to regain needed instructional days, the school calendar has been amended. The five days originally scheduled for Spring Break have been converted to instructional days. As of Tuesday, February 4th, now that this change has been made, the last day for students is Tuesday, May 27th. The last day for teachers is Thursday, May 29th. Of course, if any other school cancellations occur, the calendar will be altered again.
District Mission Statement Revision Approved
Friday, January 17, 2014
At its January board meeting, the CCPS Board of Education approved a revision to the district mission statement. The old wording was as follows: "ALL Students WILL Learn Because of What We Do." The new wording is now: "ALL Students WILL Graduate College & Career Ready Because of What We Do". The board felt that with the focus our district is putting on college and career readiness as our ultimate goal that our mission statement should reflect that.
District Hotline Available (606) 598-2286
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
The district's hotline for news / announcements is now operational. You can call this number 24/7 to find out any announcements or valuable information that you may need in regard to school. School closings and delays will be made available on this hotline. The number is (606) 598-2286.
Customer Service Survey - Please Complete
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
For the purpose of finding creative ways to make our district stronger, our district has created a perception survey as a way to gather data. In the spirit of continuous improvement, we believe that we can only improve if we hear from you, our stakeholders. Please take 5-10 minutes to complete this survey. We commit to looking at the results and learning how we can improve.