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Superintendent Message

Superintendent Clayton


WCPS Community,


It’s hard to believe that today is our final day with students and as I reflect upon this school year, it’s rather obvious that we have so much to celebrate.  The accomplishments of our students in both co-curricular and extra-curricular activities are far too numerous to list, but I take tremendous pride in the fact that so many of our students excel on both a state and national level.  This is made possible through the efforts of our amazing students and their families, our professional staff of certified and classified personnel, and the outstanding community support our schools routinely receive. Beyond the accolades of individual student & staff successes, we opened a new school (Jennings Creek Elementary), added two new Lighthouse schools (Richardsville & Lost River), and almost every facility across the district received upgrades due to our new Guaranteed Energy Savings program.  The Guaranteed Energy Savings is projected to create an $850,000 recurring savings once fully implemented. This is especially important to WCPS with us having the second lowest per pupil funding in the state of Kentucky. Lastly, it won’t be long before you begin to see a brand new Cumberland Trace Elementary rising from the ground, which will help us address the population growth in the Greenwood High School community.





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