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Metcalfe County Schools

Summary December Board Meeting

The monthly meeting of the Metcalfe County Board of Education was held Tuesday, December 12, 6 PM @ MCS Central Office.


Preparing for Snow Days


We would like to remind everyone that Metcalfe County Schools are again participating in the Non-Traditional Instructional Day (NTID), or “Snow Day” project. On the days school is dismissed for inclement weather all students should follow the instructions provided by their teachers in order to complete studies and assignments at home. Any day missed for snow directly before or after Christmas break will be considered an NTID day. As always, please contact your child’s school if you have questions.

December Board Recognitions

Morgan Baker
Several people were recognized for their hard work and dedication to Metcalfe County Schools during the December board meeting. MCMS student Morgan Baker was the "Student of the Month." He is in 7th grade.
Vickie Harper
Vickie Harper was recognized as the "Classified Employee of the Month." She is the finance secretary at MCMS.
Laura Reed
Laura Reed was recognized as the "Certified Employee of the Month." She has been teaching for 26 years and currently teaches 8th grade language arts at MCMS.
Henry Herbert
Henry Herbert is the director of Migrant Education. He was recognized for his hard work and dedication to helping families in need.
Emory Kidd
Emory Kidd, Metcalfe County Emergency Management Director, was honored for his commitment to serve the community and his work with Metcalfe County Schools. 

Sources of Strength

Peer leaders bring Sources of Strength to Metcalfe County High School.

MCHS Announces New Softball Coach

Brian Garrett

Brian Garrett has been named the new head softball coach at Metcalfe County High School. Garrett is a lifelong resident of Metcalfe County and an alumnus of Metcalfe County High School.

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December 2017 Board Meeting Agenda

The monthly meeting of the Metcalfe County Board of Education will be held December 12, 6 PM @ 709 West Stockton Street.


Students Perform in Two Productions

The Metcalfe County High School Theater recently performed Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance Of Being Earnest”. (Students pictured in the photo: Logan Firkins, Austin Turner, Brette Eddy, Mason Edwards, Julie Barlow, Zander Yates, Elena Bonitz, and Cody Hart)

The Importance of Being Earnest

Metcalfe County Middle School’s 21st Century is currently presenting the play "Alice In Wonderland." Three public performances will be held at the Middle School Auditorium on December 11th, 12th and 13th at 6:00 p.m. each night. Admission is free. (Students pictured in the photo: Alex Poynter, Brianna Baier, Rebecca Petranek, Anna Humphrey, Deidre Walbert, Brooklyn Green, and Sierra Ortiz.)

Alice in Wonderland

MCHS Students Recognized on WBKO TV

Dakota and Ellie

WBKO TV presented MCHS students Dakota Jones and Ellie Caffee with their Wendy's High School Heisman trophy's on Sports Connection Sunday night, Dec. 10. Ellie and Dakota, both seniors at MCHS, were chosen for their excellence in academics, athletics and community service. 

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MCHS 2017-18 Basketball Season Tips Off

Girls Basketball

The Metcalfe County Hornets and Lady Hornets will open the 2017-18 basketball season at home on Tuesday, Nov. 28. The Lady Hornets will host Warren East at 6pm. The Hornets will follow, hosting Butler County at 7:30. Click here for the full schedule.

Boys Basketball

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WKU SPAN Chemistry Class - Distillation Lab


When the water is so contaminated that you cannot drink it, what could you do to get a pure glass of H2O? Students taking Western Kentucky University (WKU) Dual-Credit “SPAN Chemistry” class at Metcalfe County High School (MCHS) completed a lab investigation of the distillation of contaminated water. In this lab students tested the given contaminated (hard water) for the ions present in the water prior to the distillation, and then after the distillate (pure water) was collected, the same procedures were followed to prove the absence of the hard water contaminates. SPAN Chemistry is so called because this dual-credit class spans the gap between high school and the extremely rigorous college chemistry expectations.

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Board Recognizes 99.1 The Hoss for its Support

99.1 The Hoss

The Metcalfe County Board of Education recognized 99.1 The Hoss for its continued support of the school district. Bobby Edwards and Marcie Edwards were presented with a special gift at the board meeting on Monday, November 13. 

Board Recognizes Brilee Tucker as Student of the Month

Brilee Tucker

MCHS senior Brilee Tucker was recognized as student of the month for November at the board meeting Monday night. Brilee is FFA President and Barren River Region FFA Secretary. She is the Kentucky Red and White Holstein Association Secretary and member of the 2017 Kentucky State 4-H Dairy Judging team. Brilee is also a member of the National Honors Society and MCHS softball team, and maintains a 4.0 GPA. 

Board Recognizes Employees of the Month

Rob Bunch

The Metcalfe County Board of Education recognized the high school employees of the month at its meeting on Monday, November 14. Mr. Rob Bunch was honored as certified employee of the month. He is in his first year of teaching history at MCHS. He graduated from Metcalfe County High School as valedictorian of his class in 2010.

Deena Hurt

Mrs. Deena Hurt was honored as classified employees of the month. She has been with the district for 3 years and is currently the MCHS college and career coach. She also coaches basketball and softball. 

MCHS Beauties Crowned

MCHS Beauties

The 2017 MCHS Beauties have been crowned. Pictured about is Miss Kentuckyk Molly Matney, 1st place overall Kristy Starry, Kara Shive, Christina Massingale, Haley Robertson, and last year's MCHS beauty Jerrica Reed. 

Students Honor Local Veterans

Veterans Day

Metcalfe County students from all three schools held Veterans Day ceremonies on Nov. 10 to honor the men and women who have fought and are currently fighting for our country. 

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Lexie Bowles Named MCMS Basketball Homecoming Queen crown

Metcalfe County Middle School held its basketball homecoming activities on Thursday, November 9th. Eighth grade student Lexie Bowles was named homecoming queen.


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