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Superintendent's Message

Rob Clayton


WCPS Community,

 

This is the final week of our United Way giving campaign, and if you have not already done so, please consider donating to this wonderful organization that gives back to our students and district in a variety of ways.  Their recent shift in focus toward early childhood education has resulted in a much stronger partnership with WCPS. United Way has provided us funding for the Parents as Educators initiative in the Warren Central and Warren East feeder systems and grants to offset transportation costs for the Jumpstart to Kindergarten Program.  Additionally, United Way helps provide funding for our Family Resource Youth Service Centers, which is generated primarily through the money you donate each year. Thank you in advance for helping us keep these programs and countless others alive by supporting United Way of Southern Kentucky.

 

District Happenings

  1. Warren County Day Treatment Teacher Named Hometown Hero...Please join me in congratulating Mr. Clay Smalley, who was recently named WBKO “Hometown Hero” for his service and dedication to our students at our Day Treatment Facility.  More than simply a “teacher” Mr. Smalley demonstrates the same deep passion for building tomorrow’s leaders as so many of you who work with our students daily...learn more.

 

  1. National Arts In Education Week...September 9th-15th is National Arts in Education Week. I would like to start by thanking our arts teachers across the district who instill a passion for performing and visual arts in our students.  I am proud of the countless programs that are enriching the lives of our students daily. I hope you will join me in celebrating these educators throughout the week by posting photos on social media and using the hashtag #WarrenCoArts along with this shareable graphic.

 

  1. America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education Grant...During the homecoming game this weekend, Greenwood High School was awarded a $10,000 grant by the Monsanto Fund.  The money will be utilized to develop 21st century agricultural practices for students studying agriculture related programs.  Please join me in congratulating teacher Cynthia Paisley and her students on this outstanding honor...read more.  

 

  1. Attendance Awareness Month…September is set aside as Attendance Awareness Month with September 20th designated as High Attendance Day.  Please help share this information with your families because there is a strong correlation between good attendance and a successful educational experience.  Let’s work together to promote high attendance...more info here.




9/16/2018


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