• Alert:

    Menifee County Schools will follow the recommendation of Governor Beshear and will begin our school year with online instruction only on August 26th.  Although we hoped to offer in-person classes, that is not possible at this time, so we will support our students in making online learning the best educational experience possible. We will continue to update our community as we approach possible in-person start dates based on future guidance. 

    With these changes, we will be making adjustments to our plans for “Parent Nights” to offer more guidance for all students. Please watch the Menifee County District Website and Facebook page for updates on dates and times for picking up Chromebooks and other materials. 

    Additionally, please see earlier information on our website and Facebook page regarding online registration. This information should be completed for all students. There is additional information about support and assistance with online registration included in the registration document. 

    The faculty and staff of Menifee County Schools are looking forward to the 20-21 school year. Although it is not what we had envisioned for our students, we are dedicated to serving our students and families to the best of our abilities and making online learning a positive experience.

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Superintendent's Message

Timothy Spencer

It is with great anticipation and excitement that I welcome our students, staff, and families back for another school year within the Menifee County Public Schools.  Our school community has created a culture of high expectations for our schools and everyone is encouraged to join us in supporting the successful transition of our students through their pathway to success.

The dedicated staff and administrators have been busily preparing this summer to ensure that we meet the needs of our students and provide them with a variety of learning experiences that will promote continuous growth throughout the school year.  Over the summer, our staff have participated in professional development trainings to expand their knowledge with instructional and assessment strategies, implementing technology within their classrooms, and aligning the curriculum to state and national standards.  In addition, our staff have provided several programming opportunities for our students in the areas of science, technology, engineering, art, and mathmatics (STEAM); improving kindergarten readiness, and other enrichment activities.

Along with curriculum and technology enhancements, the district will be implementing many new initiatives for the upcoming school year.  All schools in the district will be utilizing funding from the Striving Readers Comprehensive Literacy Grant to assist in creating a comprehensive approach to support the development and advancement of literacy skills for all students, as well as early childhood learners.  Botts Elementary School has received a grant to create a 21st Century Community Learning Center to provide academic after school enrichment opportunities to assist students with meeting state and national standards in reading and math; incorporate a variety of activities that will compliment regular academic programs; and providing literacy and other educational services to the families of participating children.  Menifee Elementary School and Menifee County High School will be incorporating a GEAR UP grant to accomplish three overachieving goals: lift educational aspirations, build academic skills and connect academics to college and career readiness.

The school district is committed to a school culture that is conducive to promoting high expectations for all students and “empower future generations to be productive and successful in a global economy” as noted within our mission statement.  Our vision statement is “We are Menifee: Where we ensure that every student transitions on a pathway to a successful future in academia, military or career,” and the district has a resolute focus of meeting the needs of our students.


We are Menifee!

Timothy D. Spencer

State Manager


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