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New Elementary School Front Entry Interim Commissioner Wayne Lewis visited the Menifee County School District MCHS Seniors Outside the White House 2018 Girls 61st District Champions January 2018

Welcome To Menifee County Schools

Vision:

"We are Menifee: Where we ensure every student transitions on a pathway to a successful future in academia, military or career!"

Mission:

“Empowering future generations to be productive and successful in a global economy through:
• community collaboration
• creative thinking
• instructional rigor and relevance ...
in order to improve the quality of life for ALL.”

MCSD Vision, Mission, Values, Beliefs, & Goals

Dataseam District Participating Partner District

News & Announcements

School Improvement Survey

Parents and Guardians  – our schools are completing school improvement plans and need your help.  Please click on the link below and give your input on what your child’s school(s) are doing well and what can be improved.  If you have children at more than one school, please complete a survey for each school.

https://eprovesurveys.advanc-ed.org/surveys/#/action/82503/p30175

New, Updated Tools to Keep Students and Parents Engaged New Infinite Campus Parent and Student Apps

Parents and students,

We are excited to inform you Infinite Campus has two new and improved mobile apps: Campus Student (for students) and Campus Parent (for parents). Download your free app for real-time access to grades, assignments, attendance, schedules, announcements and more.

If you are using the old Infinite Campus app, please download the new app. The old app will no longer be supported.

Download IC Apps From Apple App Store   Download IC Apps From Google Play Store

Commissioner Lewis presents check! Commissioner Lewis presents check.

The Menifee County School District was among 12 Kentucky schools and districts recognized by the Kentucky Department of Education for best practices at its annual Continuous Improvement Summit on September 17th in Lexington. Kentucky Interim Commissioner of Education Wayne Lewis presented each with $500 that can be used toward school improvement. Lewis presents a $500 check to Catherine Hacker, Lana Swartz and Robin Brewer

“BE INCREDIBLE, Reveal Your SUPERhero!”

To keep Kentucky schools safe places in which to learn and work, I pledge to be:

Strong and make good choices to improve myself and my school.

Understanding of others and realize everyone is unique with varied talents.

Powerful by reporting to an adult, or sending an online tip.

Encouraging when a fellow student needs reassurance.

Respectful of others and treat everyone as I want to be treated.

Reveal your superhero, take the online "BE INCREDIBLE, Reveal Your SUPERhero! Pledge Against Bullying."  KCSS stands on the belief that every student has incredible super skills and talents that make them unique and strong.  By taking the pledge we are working together towards creating a "family-like" culture in our schools and community. www.kycss.org/sswpledge

Update on New Facility New Elementary Front Entry

On August 30th, the Menifee County School District completed the purchase of 114.85 acres located at the junction of Wynn Flat Road and County Park Road.  This step puts our children one step closer to attending their new elementary school.   We would like to invite everyone to a community presentation for the new building at the MCHS cafeteria at 6:00PM on September 25th, and the Groundbreaking Ceremony at 359 Wynn Flat Road at 10AM on October 6th. 

Whatever It Takes!  We Are Menifee!

Bus Routes School Buses

Bus Routes for the 2018-19 school year are located in Forms & Links under Transportation on right-hand side.

Home School Notice

Notice to Parents who intend to home school in Menifee County:

KRS 159.160 requires that parents of children who are home schooled notify the State Manager of Menifee County Schools, Tim Spencer, in writing, within 10 days of the beginning of the school year.  The letter must include the name, ages, and residence of each child in attendance of the home school.  When informing the State Manager of your desire to home school, you must create a ‘school’ name or be in an already established home school

Menifee County School District CEO Announcement

School Breakfast/Lunch Programs for the 2018-2019 school year

2018-19 Notification of FERPA Rights & Child Find

Please see article for more info.

State Immunization Requirements Have Changed

The Hepatitis A vaccine will now be required for ALL children beginning the next school year (2018-2019).  All children should receive the first of two doses soon to meet that first day of school deadline. 

The first in the series of two doses should be given in January or February in order to be compliant by the first day of school for the 2018-2019 school year.  Hepatitis A vaccine doses must be spaced six months apart.  Please see article for more info.