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Requirement to Inform Letter

Please see the article for the full letter.

MCSD and MRTC Community Access Points for Students

With the hard work of our partners at Mountain Rural Telephone Cooperative and the support of local churches and businesses, our Community Access Points are now activated and ready to serve our children from 7AM-7AM each Monday through Friday. ONLY student Chromebooks can access these services and they can only use these Chromebooks for school related work.

Big Woods Community Church

Korea Church of God

Pomeroyton Store

Project WORTH and Outreach 

Bethel Baptist Church

Tarr Ridge Church of God 

Rudy’s Ranch 

We are also grateful that our partners at the Menifee County Farmers Market and our local Kentucky Farm Bureau are assisting with Community Access Points. 

As always, students may use the parking lots at Botts Elementary School, Menifee K-8, Menifee County High School and the Menifee Central Office to access Internet services. 

Thank you to everyone involved for making this difficult time a little easier for our children. 

#wearemenifee

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 Superintendent 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.  Please see the article for more info.

2020-21 MCSD Online Registration

Menifee County is now offering online registration for the 20-21 School Year. Please follow instructions to complete registration for new students and students who are currently enrolled by Wednesday, August 19th.

Please see the article for instructions.

2020-21 Menifee County Schools Color Tier System

2020-21 Menifee County Schools Color Tier System

Notification of FERPA Rights and Child find for Children with Disabilities in Need of Special Education Services

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy ACT (FERPA) affords parents and "eligible students" (students over 18 years of age or who are attending a postsecondary institution) certain rights with respect to the student's education records.  They are:

 

1)   The right to inspect and review the student’s education records within forty-five

(45) days of the day the District receives a request for access.

Parents or eligible students should submit to the school principal/designee a written request that identifies the record(s) they wish to inspect.  The Principal will make arrangements for access and notify the parent or eligible student of the time and place where the records may be inspected.

Menifee County Schools’ Mobile App Schoolpointe App Icon

Receiving information about Menifee County Schools has just gotten a lot easier with the Stay Connected App. You can now stay up-to-date with the most important news about the district on your smartphone or mobile device.

Stay Connected App features:

  • Headline news and information: Find out what is happening in our district with a swipe and a touch with your finger.
  • Mobile push notifications about important schedule changes, updates, and announcements.
  • Calendar of events: Search all of our upcoming events and add them to your calendar.
  • School and Staff directories: Instantly find teachers' and administrators' contact information.

Please see the article for directions on how to download the App to your device.