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VISION: Students will graduate with the determination to succeed personally, intellectually, and professionally.

 

  MISSION: To provide an engaging, inspiring and challenging learning   environment, which prioritizes safety, achievement, and opportunity. 

 

 

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Regional Leaders Join Forces to Tackle Workforce Issues link to news article BG Area Chamber Press Conference Key stakeholders in regional government, business, education, tourism, and workforce development have formed a Workforce Participation Work Group, which will launch a campaign in early 2022 to assist job seekers as well as employers. Read More
Natcher Elementary School Teacher Awarded the Anthem Kentucky Education Excellence Award link to news article Anthem Award Anthem launched the Kentucky Education Excellence Awards to recognize Kentucky teachers, staff, and administrators who have gone above and beyond in 2020 and 2021. Read More
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Superintendent Message

November 23, 2021

I hope this message finds you and your family ready to celebrate some time together over the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday weekend.  During this season, I always take time to reflect how grateful I am for the 2,800 Team WCPS members and the difference they make in the lives of students.  I am also grateful to the WCPS parents and guardians that trust us with their children and support our efforts as we strive to inspire academic and personal growth in our children each and every day. 

Our second Professional Learning Communities (PLC) day across the district was a huge success!  Approximately 2,000 faculty and staff members participated in a day filled with collaboration, idea sharing, data discussions and academic training. The PLC time was planned to include an intentional focus on differentiated strategies for learning and intervention, as well as ways to share effective resources and activities for our students. Thanks to our WCPS school board members for providing these PLC days in the school calendar! 

We are also celebrating several honors and recognitions at WCPS! Congratulations to the following WCPS team members:

  • Cumberland Trace Elementary’s Adriane Watt was nominated for the Presidential Award of Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching;  

  • Natcher Elementary’s Sara Hall was one of ten educators from across the state to receive the Anthem Kentucky Education Excellence Award; 

  • Natcher Elementary’s Catie Embry was selected by Kentucky SHAPE as the 2021-2022 Distinguished Service Award winner. 

You can inspire a love of reading in a child by enrolling them in the library that Dolly built!  Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library mails free, high-quality books to children from birth to age five, no matter their family’s income!  Click here to sign up a child in Warren County!  To learn more about Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library click here.

We are now accepting nominations for WCPS’ Hall of Distinguished Alumni, which pays tribute to graduates of Warren County Public Schools who have distinguished themselves and brought honor to WCPS through their professional, civic and/or humanitarian contributions and accomplishments.  Nomination forms may be picked up at the Warren County Public Schools Central Office located at 303 Lovers Lane, from any WCPS school, or you may click here to download the nomination form.  Additional information about the Hall of Distinguished Alumni may be found here.  The deadline for nominations is December 31, 2021.

Thank you for your continued support of our students and staff and please reach out if you ever need our assistance.  Take care!

 

Rob Clayton

Superintendent, WCPS

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Where Children Prepare for Success

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Safety  ·  Achievement  ·  Opportunity