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LES Kindness Project for Casey Co. bus drivers. You are appreciated!! Bus drivers make the wheels go round! LES appreciates our bus drivers. Because FREEDOM is not FREE, thank you from JPE. Fall Festival Royalty at LES. LES 4th grade teaching team LES Fall Festival Royalty LES Fall Festival Royalty LES Fall Festival Royalty LES 5th grade honors veterans. Happy Veterans Day from JPE! Thank you to all who have served and are currently serving.  JPE Sign Language Club sings for our Veterans. LES is enchanting! JPE - the place to be! Fall fun at LES. It’s a great day to be a Panther! Pumpkin spice and everything nice!  Fall is in the air! JPE has spirit! JPE cheerleaders are working for a victory. Panther Pride! Miss Kentucky inspires elementary students. JPE Literacy Stations at work! Getting into the swing of a new school year! JPE welcoming the students! Welcome back! Welcome back, Casey County Schools! Are they ready for 6th grade? WeLcOmE bAcK, pAnThErS!!!! Good nutrition is an important part of our day! Back the Blue Breakfast at LES Back the Blue Breakfast at LES Welcome to WHE Culture Night! Kentucky Lt. Governor Hampton visits LES

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News & Announcements


Twenty-three sixth grade student leaders from across the district attended KY YMCA's Kentucky Youth Assembly (KYA) on November 5-7, 2017. Delegates had the opportunity to participate in the 3-day experiential learning program in which students served as part of a model state government while engaging constructively with their peers from around the Commonwealth. Casey Premiere presented a bill which would require children younger than 13 years of age to sit in a rear passenger seat of all multi-row vehicles. Kaylee Todd was selected by her peers as Outstanding Delegate. Congratulations to each delegate...Casey County was well represented. Keep rising!!!  (click on photo galary for more pictures)

Casey Youth Coalition (CYC) Receives First Healthy KY Policy Champion Award CYC

Casey Youth Coalition (CYC) Receives First Healthy KY Policy Champion Award, presented by Ben Chandler, President and CEO of the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky, who visitied the CCHS campus this morning to present the award. "These young men and women understand that their active involvement is pivotal in changing both youth and adult attitudes about smoking on campus, " said Mr. Chandler. Youth 30 day use rates at 10th grade dropped by 10% from 2014 to 2016, brought about by the passing of the 100% Tobacco Free School Policy and the prevention work implemented by the CYC students.

Job Opening for Electrical Instructor flyer

Casey County Area Technology Center

Immediate opening for an Electrical Instructor.  Minimum Requirements:  Four years of appropriate work experience, two of which must be in the last five years. 

Salary:  $40,438.00/year minimum (based on education level)                                                      

Applications accepted online – https://careers.ky.gov/Pages/cosinstructions.aspx           

For more information regarding this position, contact:

Carmela Clark, Principal

Casey County ATC