Hello and welcome! My name is Allen Trotter, and I am the principal at MCMS. My assistant principal, Mr. Josh Hurt, our guidance counselor, Mrs. Kelly Pennington, and all faculty and staff are excited about the opportunities that await you.
You are set to embark on a journey that will shape your future as a middle school student and contributing member of our community. This journey, ...
Metcalfe County Schools are closed Wednesday, March 21, 2018. This will be an NTID.
Parents, if you are interested in signing up to be on an SBDM committee, click here for more information.
Congratulations to Maly, Brittany, and Ethan for winning prize drawings in the first round of participation in 7th grade IXL math review content.
The Director of Exceptional Education at Metcalfe County Schools and the Kentucky Department of Education are asking parents of children receiving special education services to complete a survey to help the school district and KDE better serve their students. Click "read more" for a link to the survey and to view a letter to parents.
Click "Sports" on the left side of the page to see an this year's softball and baseball schedules.
Metcalfe County Schools hosted a School Safety Community Discussion on Thursday, March 1. Approximately 175 attended the event at the MCMS auditorium. Superintendent Benny Lile has provided a summary of the questions, comments, and answers from the discussion. Just click "read more". You can also watch the video of the entire discussion, just click on this link to our youtube channel.
The Metcalfe County Board of Education adopted the 2018-19 school calendar at the January monthly meeting. *Click "read more" for a detailed article about the school calendar and January board meeting.
A recent amendment to the Kentucky Administrative Regulation on the immunization schedules for attending school added new immunization requirements for the school year beginning on or after July 1, 2018. Click "read more" for more information.
Applications have been given to 6th grade students to attend Camp Currie hosted by the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife. Click here for more details and an application. Applications are due April 15th.
We encourage everyone to visit our local public library and utilize the many resources they offer. We are proud to partner with them. Click here for their March newsletter.
Together we will . . .