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Preparing All Students for Success

Clay County Public Schools

Parents/Students/Members of the Community:

As you may know, in-person instruction will begin for Clay Co. Public Schools on Tuesday, September 29th.   For students who have chosen to come back to school, you will be working from home, on Mondays, and will be attending classes in-person Tuesday through Friday of each week.  We would like to take this opportunity to remind parents that their child’s safety is of utmost importance.  In accordance with state guidelines, masks will be required for all students, K – 12.  These must be worn during the school day and while students are riding a school bus.  All students who are returning to school need to bring their Chromebook with them Tuesday September 29th.  Students and parents should be receiving a call from their respective schools with further instructions before next week.

Thank you,

William Sexton

 

 

Title IX

Contact:

 

Renee Smith, Coordinator

Clay County Board of Education
128 Richmond Rd.
Manchester, KY 40962
Renee.smith@clay.kyschools.us

(606) 598-2168

 

Equal Employment Opportunity

 

Equal Educational Opportunity

 

Title IX Sexual Harassment/Discrimination

 

Title IX Grievance Procedures

 

Title IX Training Materials

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Community Resources

The community is an integral part of the education of a child.  We ascribe to the philosophy that it truly "takes a village to raise a child".  Having strong community partnerships is essential to our school district's success, and we too want to be a good partner with our local partners in order to move our entire county forward.
 

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Manchester Memorial Hospital

Clay County Public Library

EKU Manchester Campus

Government Resources

Kentucky Legislature

Kentucky Department of Education

Kentucky Council for Postsecondary Education 

Kentucky Center for School Safety 

Federal Census Bureau

 

 

 

Within our local school district, we have been given the opportunity to work with Berea College on a grant program.  The grant program is called “Gear Up Opportunity”.  Currently, the staff members that work within this grant serve the 8th grade student body at Clay County Middle School and the 9th grade student body at Clay County High School.  We have two College and Career Navigators, Amy Sims at CCHS and Leslie Davis at CCMS.  Also, there are two Academic Interventionist, Natosha Hacker at CCHS and Madison Reed at CCMS.  The goal of the grant program is to increase the number of students who are prepared for success in education after high school.  In order to meet that goal, staff members are working with students on their academic performances, increasing the high school graduation rate, increasing access that students have to STEM coursework, and to foster the knowledge and skill development that prepares students to be informed, thoughtful, and productive individuals and citizens. The Gear Up team works closely with classroom teachers and school administration.  The Gear Up program is set to follow the current 8th and 9th grade student body until they graduate from high school.  Have a student currently in 8th or 9th grade? Take time to get to know your Gear Up staff.  They are eager to serve your student!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Curriculum Week 6

September 28 - October 2, 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Parent Resources

A strong family / school partnership is critically important to the success of the students of the Clay County Public Schools.  The staff of our school district are committed to making sure that we do all that we can do to help your students graduate from Clay County High School on time, be ready to go on to some type of postsecondary education, the workforce, or the military, and be college and career ready. 

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For Parents/Students Enrolled at the ATC

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