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Community Ed. Dance Resumed With Ms. Karey

On Monday night, January 14th, 2019, Community Ed. Dance resumed in preparation for the Spring Recital

Dance

New Community Education Survey

Community Ed.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CommunityEdu

Please take a moment to fill out this survey for Community Education. 

DISTRICT SEEKING BIDS Public Notice

Bids will be opened Thursday Jan. 3, 2019 (see Bid Announcement link or read this article)

New Casey Youth Coalition Video

 

https://youtu.be/1cqKHJ2oyeI

The Casey Youth Coalition and JR CYC have released a new video to address continued tobacco use on their 100% Tobacco Free Campus! These students are amazing!

BID ANNOUNCEMENT BID

The Casey County Board of Education will receive sealed bids in the Office of the Superintendent, 1922 N. US 127, Liberty, KY. 

 

All-Inclusive Playground Ribbon Cutting

Ribbon Cutting - Liberty Elementary Community All-Inclusive Playground – November 15, 2018

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CCHS Students Recognized at November Board Meeting

Students recognized for Outstanding Achievement at the November Board Meeting.

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CCMS Students Recognized at November Board Meeting

Students recognized for Outstanding Achievement at the November Board Meeting.

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WHE Students Recognized at November Board Meeting

Students recognized for Outstanding Achievement at the November Board Meeting.

WHE

JPE Student Recognized at November Board Meeting

Student recognized for Outstanding Achievement at the November Board Meeting.

JPE

LES Students Recognized at November Board Meeting

Students recognized for Outstanding Achievement at the November Board Meeting.

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Marcus Wethington Recognized at November Board Meeting

Casey County Board of Education recognized Marcus Wethington as Community Champion for his support and partnership with the district. 

Marcus Wethington

ASAP Recognized at the November Board Meeting

Casey County Board of Education Recognized ASAP as Community Champion for support and partnership with the district.

ASAP

Members from the JR CYC and CYC attend YOUth Make a Difference Training on November 9th  YOUth Make a Difference Training

Members from the JR CYC and CYC attend YOUth Make a Difference Training on November 9th, along with Adair Co. Youth Coalition. UK Tobacco-Free Ambassadors, Elizabeth Hoagland from KY Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Program, and Staff from Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, provided training on 100% tobacco free schools, tobacco policies, the impact of tobacco use and using advocacy skills! The youth will utilize this training to plan their upcoming Kick Butts Week in March/2019! Awesome group of students! The event was sponsored by Casey & Adair Counties KY ASAP, LCDHD and KY Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Program. 

Bid Announcement - Sealed Bids Requested PubNotice

The Casey County Board of Education will receive sealed bids in the Office of the Superintendent, 1922 N. US 127, Liberty, KY.  The scope of the work is the plumbing for the construction of athletic facilities.  Bidding specifications and other pertinent data are available at the Central Office.  Contact Assistant Superintendent Kevin Stephens at 606-787-6941 or email kevin.stephens@casey.kyschools.us.  Bids will be opened on Wednesday November 9, 2018, at 9:00 A.M.

ALL FESTIVAL CHOIR choir

Congratulations to the following students who have auditioned and made it into the Southeastern Kentucky Music Association's All Festival Choir: Hailee Byrd, Kaleb Gibson, Ashlynn Hill, Layla Howard, Bethany Polston, Ivory Radliff, Kirsten Simpson, Chloe Smith, and Emily Whitehurst. These students will participate in the honors choir in November.  (click on photo to enlarge)

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NOTE:
***Due to the forecast of 90% storms from Monday through Wednesday all activities at Rebel Stadium will be shut down until further notice.

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CCHS Weekly Sports Scene (Fall Break):
Monday October 1st - Volleyball hosts Russell Co (5:30-Senior Night),  Girls Soccer hosts Clinton Co (6:00 – Senior Night)
Tuesday October 2nd - Volleyball hosts Burgin (5:30)
Friday October 5th - Football hosts McCreary Central (7:30)
Saturday October 6th - Cross Country at Great American XC Classic in Cary, NC

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CCMS SPORTS
Monday 9/24  - Girls basketball 7th and 8th grade conference championship at CCMS 6:00
Tuesday 9/25 - Football conference playoffs at Russell County 6:30
Thursday 9/27 - Football conference Championship 

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CCHS Weekly Sports Scene:
Monday September 24th - Girls Golf Region Tournament,  Girls Soccer at Marion Co (7:30)
Tuesday September 25th - Girls Soccer hosts Southwestern 6:00,  Boys Soccer hosts Clinton County (7:30 - Senior Night),  Boys Golf Regional
Thursday September 27th - Volleyball at Somerset (5:30),  Boys Soccer at Somerset (6:00)
Friday September 28th - Football hosts Bell County (7:30)
Saturday September 29th - Cross Country at Greater Louisville Classic

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CCHS Weekly Sports Scene::
Monday September 17th - Volleyball hosts Campbellsville (5:30) - Girls Soccer hosts Somerset (6:00) - Boys Soccer at Taylor Co (7:30)
Tuesday September 18th - Girls Soccer at Pulaski County (6:00) - Boys Soccer at Pulaski Co (7:30)
Thursday September 20th - Volleyball at Rockcastle Co (5:30) - Girls Soccer hosts Taylor Co (6:00)
Friday September 21st - Football at Jackson County (7:30)
Saturday September 22nd - Cross Country at Wayne Co. Inv.

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CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK: 
9/18 Tuesday - Football at Green County 6:30
9/20 Thursday - Girls Basketball 7th and 8th grade conference playoffs at home 6:00

ALIVE @ 25 alive @ 25

Alive @ 25 will be held Thursday, October 11 in the computer lab at the high school beginning at 4:00 PM.  Go on line at alive@25 and register.  You must have your permit in order to attend.  Spaces are limited so hurry!  Click on flyer for more information.

LITERACY CHANGES LIVES Literacy logo

LITERACY CHANGES LIVES
Be on the lookout for our new literacy logo and follow us on facebook, instagram, and twitter #CCreadleadsucceed.

LITERACY CHANGES LIVES literacy bank

Casey County Bank and Casey County Schools have forged a community partnership to support literacy amongst our children.  

 

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CCHS SPORTS THIS WEEK: 
Monday September 10th - Volleyball at Danville (5:30) – WON 3-0 - Boys Golf at Rockcastle Co - Girls Soccer at Clinton Co (6:00) – WON 6-4 - Boys Soccer hosts Light Homeschool (6:30) – WON 11-1
Tuesday September 11th - Volleyball at Mercer Co (5:30) - Girls Soccer at McCreary Central (6:00) - Boys Soccer hosts Campbellsville (6:00)
Thursday September 13th - Volleyball hosts Pulaski Co (5:30) - Boys Soccer hosts Whitley Co (6:30-Senior Night)
Friday September 14th - Football hosts Jeffersontown (7:30)
Saturday September 15th - Cross Country at Fairgrounds Frenzy in E’town

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CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK:  Monday 9/10 - Girls basketball home v Clinton 5:30
Thursday 9/13 - Girls basketball at Adair County 5:30
Saturday 9/15 - Girls basketball 6th grade conference tournament at Casey 10:00 am.  Football Home v Hart County 6:00

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CCHS Weekly Sports Scene:

Tuesday September 4th - Volleyball at Lincoln Co (5:30),  Boys Golf hosts Southwestern,  Girls Soccer hosts Wayne Co (6:00),  Boys Soccer at Wayne Co (6:00)
Thursday September 6th - Volleyball hosts Somerset (5:30),  Girls Soccer at Whitley Co (6:30),  Boys Soccer hosts Pulaski Co. (6:00)
Friday September 7th - Volleyball at Rockcastle Invitation Tourney
Saturday September 8th - Volleyball at Rockcastle Invitation Tourney,  Girls Golf at LexCath Invitational,  Cross Country at Purple Strider Inv. in Bowling Green,  Girls Soccer hosts Lincoln Co (5:30)

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CCMS SPORTS:
Tuesday 9/4 - Girls basketball at Russell County 5:30, Football at Russell County 6:00
Thursday 9/6 - Girls Basketball at Hart County 6:00

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CCHS Weekly Sports Scene:
Monday August 27th   ~ Boys Golf hosts East Jessamine ~ Girls Soccer hosts ~ Pulaski County (6:00) ~ Boys Soccer hosts Somerset (7:30)
Tuesday August 28th - Volleyball at Pulaski Co (5:30) ~ Boys Golf at Mercer Co ~ Boys Soccer at Southwestern (6:00)
Thursday August 30th - Volleyball hosts Rockcastle Co (5:30) ~ Girls Soccer hosts McCreary Central (6:00) ~ Boys Soccer hosts Pulaski Co (7:30)
Friday August 31st - Football at Russell County (8:00)
Saturday September 1st - Girls Golf at Gene Hilen Invitational in Frankfort ~ Cross Country at Tanner Duke Invitational at Henry Clay HS

COMMUNITY BABY SHOWER baby shower

Casey County Community Baby Shower will be held Tuesday, September 4 at the Casey County High School cafeteria from 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm.  This event is for expectant mothers and mothers with infants birth - 6 months old.  Mother may bring ONE GUEST ONLY.  There will be guest speakers as well as vendors offering information and free items.  There will me lots of door prizes! Please click on the flyer for more information.

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CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK:
Monday 8/27 - Girls basketball at Metcalfe County 
Tuesday 8/28 - Girls basketball home v Campbellsville 5:30 ~ Football Home v Metcalfe County 6:30
Thursday 8/30 - Girls basketball home v Green County 6:00 ~Football 7th grade Home v Campbellsville 6:30

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CCHS Weekly Sports Scene::  Monday August 20th - Volleyball at Campbellsville (5:30) - V Football hosts McCreary Central (6:00) - Boys Golf at Boyle Co - Girls Soccer at Wayne Co (6:00) - Boys Soccer at Marion Co (6:30)
Tuesday August 21st - Volleyball hosts Lincoln County (5:30) - Boys Golf hosts Rockcastle Co - Girls Soccer at Taylor Co (6:00) - Boys Soccer at LaRue Co (6:00)
Thursday August 23rd - Volleyball at Russell Co. (5:30) - Boys Golf at Southwestern - Boys Soccer hosts Wayne Co (6:30)
Friday August 24th - Football at Campbellsville (7:30)
Saturday August 25th - Girls Golf at WKIT in Russell County

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CCMS SPORTS
Monday 8/20 - Girls Basketball at Clinton County 
Tuesday 8/21 - Girls Basketball v Hart County at home 6:00, Football at Campbellsville 6:30
Thursday 8/23  - Girls basketball v Adair County at Home 5:30,  Football 7th grade at Wayne County 6:30

CYC Video casey county

Our JR CYC (grades 6-8), under the supervision of Jennifer Godbey, worked on a video this summer. It will be playing at Lights of Liberty and can be viewed on You Tube. A big THANK YOU to Ramie Hutchinson of Hutch Digital for the awesome work on this video. KY 100% Tobacco Free Schools and LCDHD (Jelaine Harlow) funded this project, supported by Casey County KY ASAP!

https://youtu.be/Khk_xS3CLkE

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CCHS Weekly Sports Scene:
Monday August 13th - Volleyball at Boyle Co (5:30), Boys Golf hosts Boyle Co, Girls Soccer hosts Somerset (6:00) 
Tuesday August 14th - Boys Golf hosts Adair Co, Boys Soccer at Campbellsville (6:30)
Thursday August 16th - Volleyball hosts Mercer Co (5:30), Boys Golf at Garrard Co, Girls Golf at Montgomery Co Tourney, Girls Soccer hosts Pulaski County (6:00), Boys Soccer hosts Somerset (7:30)
Friday August 17th - Football at Barren County (7:30)

CCMS SPORTS

CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK:
Monday 8/13 - Girls basketball home v Russell County 5:30
Tuesday 8/14 - Girls basketball home v Metcalfe County 5:30, Football Home v Adair County 6:30 (behind middle school)
Saturday 8/18 - Girls basketball home v Northern Pulaski 10:00 am 

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Monday 8/6 - Volleyball hosts Adair Co. at Liberty Elementary at 6:00 (at LES due to CCHS Open House)   Girls Golf at Central KY Classic
Tuesday 8/7 - Boys Golf at Danville Country Club   Volleyball at East Jessamine 5:30
Thursday 8/9 - Volleyball hosts Wayne County 6:00   Boys Golf at East Jessamine
Saturday 8/11 - Volleyball at Madison Southern 9:00am

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CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK:
Tuesday 8/7 - Girls basketball at Campbellsville    Football at Clinton County 
Thursday 8/9 - Girls basketball at Green County 

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CCMS THIS WEEK: 
Monday 7/30 -
 Football scrimmage at Home v. Wayne County (at the field behind the Middle School)  7 on 7 @ 6:30 with scrimmage following
Tuesday 7/31 -  Girls Basketball Home v. Danville 5:30
Thursday 8/2 - Girls Basketball @ Boyle County 5:30
Friday 8/3  - Girls Basketball Home v. Somerset 5:30

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CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK:
Thursday 7/26 - Girls basketball at home v Boyle County 

Students to Get Help with Reading District Literacy Team

Grant enables Casey County Schools to provide extra focus on reading.

CCHS TRANSITION CAMP transition cchs

TRANSITION TO HIGH SCHOOL FOR 9TH GRADERS WILL BE HELD JULY 25-26 FROM 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM AT THE HIGH SCHOOL.   Students will meet in the cafeteria at 8 am.  Click on the flyer for more information.

CCMS TRANSITION CAMP transiton ccms

CCMS TRANSITION CAMP FOR INCOMING 7TH GRADERS WILL BE HELD JULY 23-26 FROM 8:00 AM-3:00 PM.  Students will meet at the high school cafeteria for breakfast.  Click on the flyer for more information.

The 2018 2019 Calendar is HERE ! Download or view NOW !
Job Opening - AutomotiveĀ Instructor job opening

Casey County Area Technology Center 

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

 

Min Salary:  $41,750.00/year minimum (based on education level)                                                       

Application accepted online:

 https://careers.ky.gov/Pages/cosinstructions.aspx            

Casey County Preschool

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Casey County Preschool Registration

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SUMMER OF ADVENTURE

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SUMMER OF ADVENTURE

SUMMER

All Inclusive Day

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The Casey County Fair celebrates  “ALL INCLUSIVE DAY”
THURSDAY JUNE 21st 9:00am-11:00am
The Casey County Fair is promoting a day of inclusion for all families and individuals with disabilities.

 

47th District Baseball and Softball updates 47th District Baseball and Softball updates

Here are the new plans for 47th District Softball and Baseball after today’s cancellations due to Rockcastle County receiving more rain:

 

SOFTBALL

The plans are to play all 3 softball games at Rockcastle Co HS tomorrow (Wednesday) night.  

Game 1 will be Rockcastle vs Somerset at 4:30. 

Game 2 will be PC vs Casey Co at 6:15. 

The Championship game slated for 8:30.

 

BASEBALL

Baseball will switch venues for tomorrow (Wednesday). Tomorrow’s games will be at SOMERSET.  

Game 1 at 4:30 will be Somerset hosting PC. Game 2 will be Rockcastle vs Casey Co at 7:00.  

 

The Baseball Championship game will either be Thursday at 6:30 if Rockcastle and Somerset advance.  If Casey Co or PC advance, game will be Friday unless Somerset advances. If Somerset advances and either PC or Casey Co advances,  we are looking at a Saturday final.

The finals could be back at Rockcastle Co on Thursday or Friday if conditions allow. 

 

The last part for the baseball championship game reads like NFL wild card playoff scenarios with two weeks to go in the season. šŸ˜‚ It will all be squared away tomorrow night! Let’s hope for good weather and Rebel victories!!!!!

 

Steve Stonebraker 

Casey County High School 

Athletic Director 

Head Football Coach 

SOCCER PRACTICE Soccer

High School soccer practice begins June 4 at 4:00 - 5:30 pm at Jones Park.

STATE TRACK MEET track

Congratulations to the following students for their performances at the state track meet on Friday/Saturday!

*Senior Austin Campbell won the state championship in the Shot Put and broke the school record in the process!!   *Brenna Hayes placed 4th in the state in both the Shot Put and Discus.  *Noah Brown place 5th in the state and broke his own school record in the 1600m.  *The girls 4x800 meter relay team finished 9th in the state and broke the school record. (The team at State consisted of Elsa Diaz, Jenna Vaughn, Morgan Crowe, and Abby Vaughn).  *Jenna Vaughn placed 9th in the state in the girls 1600m run.

DISTRICT SCHEDULES baseball

District Baseball and Softball Schedules - All Games at Rockcastle County H.S. 
Monday 5/21: Lady Rebel Softball vs. Pulaski County - 6:00
Rebel Baseball vs. Rockcastle County - 7:45
Tuesday 5/22:  Softball District Championship - 6:30
Baseball District Championship - 6:30
Wednesday 5/23 (Make-up day in case of inclement weather)
*$5 Admission to all games.  If a game begins and is rained out please keep your ticket for admission the next day.  

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Monday 5/14 - Baseball home v Green County, Softball @ Campbellsville 
Tuesday 5/15 - Baseball @ Lincoln County, Softball Home v Metcalfe County 
Thursday 5/17 - Baseball home v Campbellsville 
Saturday 5/19 - Baseball @ Lindsey Wilson State Tournament 

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Monday 5/14:  Baseball at Garrard County (Varsity Doubleheader) - 5:30/8:00, Softball hosts Burgin (Varsity Doubleheader) - 6:00/7:30  
Tuesday 5/15:  Baseball hosts West Jessamine - 6:00, Softball at Clinton Co. - 5:30
Thursday 5/17:  Baseball at Campbellsville - 5:30
Tennis at State Championships in Lexington Representing CCHS are the following:  Gena Cravens - Girls Singles, Luke Johnson and T Harne - Boys Doubles
Friday 5/18:  State Tennis Championships in Lexington - Continued
Track at KHSAA State Meet at University of Kentucky - Representing CCHS are the following:  Noah Brown - 800m and 1600m, Federico Diaz - 1600m, Austin Campbell - Shot Put and Discus, Jenna Vaughn -800m and 1600m, Abby Vaughn - 3200m, Brenna Hayes - Shot Put and Discus, Girls 4x800m Relay Team - Abby Vaughn, Jenna Vaughn, Morgan Crowe, Elsa Diaz, Boys 4x800m Relay Team - Noah Brown, Federico Diaz, Juan Cuin, Alfonso Escudero

CYC BANNERS cyc banner

The Casey Youth Coalition (CYC) is placing retractable banners in local businesses as reminder not to use tobacco on our 100% Tobacco Free Campus.  (click on photo to enlarge)

COMMUNITY ED DANCE dance

The Community Ed Dance recital was held May 3 at the Lights of Liberty Theater with thirty-nine dancers performing.  Karey Sellers is the instructor.  We will host a Summer Dance Camp June 25-29.  The next session of regular classes will begin August 20. (click on the photo to enlarge)

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CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK
Tuesday 5/8 - Girls Soccer playoffs at Southern Pulaski 6:00, Boys Soccer playoffs at Somerset Christian v Southern Pulaski 7:30
Wednesday 5/9 - Softball at Metcalfe County 
Thursday 5/10  - Baseball at Somerset Christian , Soccer playoffs TBD 
Friday 5/11 - Baseball home v Science Hill -8th grade recognition , Soccer playoffs TBD 
Saturday 5/12 - Softball Home tournament, Baseball home v Somerset Christian 

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THIS WEEK CCHS SPORTS
Monday 5/7:  Baseball at Russell County - 6:30EST, Softball at McCreary Central - 6:00 
Tuesday 5/8:  Girls and Boys Tennis at Clinton County - 5:30, Baseball hosts Taylor County - 5:30, Softball at Lincoln Co. - 6:00
Thursday 5/10:  Baseball hosts Model - 5:30, Softball at Southwestern - 6:00

END OF SCHOOL REMINDER summer

The last day of school for students will be Wednesday, May 23, 2018 and closing day for staff will be Thursday, May 24, 2018.  GRADUATION will be held Thursday, May 24, 2018 at 7:00 pm.  Have a great summer!!

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CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK
Monday 4/30:  Softball home v Campbellsville- 8th grade recognition, Baseball home v Adair County, Girls/Boys Soccer @ Meece Middle
Tuesday 5/1:  Baseball @ Clinton County, Softball @ Danville, Boys Soccer @ Science Hill
Wednesday 5/2:  Baseball @ Adair County
Thursday 5/3:  Softball @ Green County, Baseball @ Campbellsville
Friday 5/4:  Baseball @ Green County
Saturday 5/5:  Girls/Boys Soccer Home v. South Laurel 8th grade recognition, Girls Soccer 2:00. Boys Soccer 3:30

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Monday 4/30:  Baseball at Adair County (Varsity Only) - 6:00EST, Softball at Marion County - 6:00 
Tuesday 5/1:  Girls and Boys Tennis at Clinton County - 5:30, Baseball hosts Danville (Varsity only Doubleheader) - 5:30/7:30, Softball hosts Clinton Co. - 6:30
Wednesday 5/2:  Baseball hosts Russell County - 6:30
Thursday 5/3:  Baseball hosts Campbellsville - 5:30, Softball hosts Bardstown - 6:30
Friday 5/4:   Boys and Girls Tennis - Regionals, Softball hosts Wayne County - 6:00
Saturday 5/5:  Boys and Girls Tennis - Regionals, Track at CKC Conference Meet

WHE PARENT INVOLVEMENT SURVEY 2017 - 2018 SURVEY

 

 

WHE Parent Feedback 2017 - 2018

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WHEparents2018

 

CHS Parent Involvement Survey 2017 - 2018 SURVEY

 

 

CCHS Parent Feedback 2017 - 2018

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CCHSparents2018

LES Parent Involvement Survey 2017 - 2018 SURVEY

 

LES Parent Feedback 2017 -2018

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LES2018parents

 

JPE Parent Involvement Survey 2017 - 2018 SURVEY

 

 

Jones Park Parent Feedback 2017-18 

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JPE2018parents

CMS Parent Involvement Survey 2017 - 2018 SURVEY

 

 

CCMS Parent Feedback 2017-18 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CCMS2018parents

 

TENNIS CANCELED tennis

The Girls and Boys Tennis matches scheduled for tonight, Tuesday, April 24, 2018, have been cancelled. 

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The CCHS softball and baseball games are cancelled for tonight, Tuesday, April, 24, 2018.

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The CCMS baseball game is cancelled for Tuesday, April 24, 2018.

RESCHEDULED soccer

SOCCER GAMES FOR TODAY, APRIL 23, ARE CANCELED.  THEY HAVE BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR FRIDAY, APRIL 27.  THE BOYS PLAY AT 6:00 AND THE GIRLS GAME WILL FOLLOW. 

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THE CASEY COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL SOFTBALL GAME FOR TODAY, APRIL 23, HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

FBLA riley

Riley Hoskins, a junior at Casey County High School, completed his term as the Region 6 FBLA President for the state of Kentucky. He has represented our community very well over the past year. He also won 1st place in his event, Insurance and Risk Management and is eligible to compete at Nationals in Baltimore this summer. Due to his acceptance into the GSP program he will not be able to go. We are very proud of Riley's hard work and accomplishments this past year. (click on photo to enlarge)
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!

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Monday 4/23:  Softball home v. Norther Pulaski (8th grade night) 6:00, Girls/Boys Soccer @ Wayne   CANCELED
Tuesday 4/24:  Baseball @ Northern Pulaski
Thursday 4/26:  Baseball home v. Northern Pulaski, Softball @ Metcalfe County
Friday 4/27:  Baseball home v. Southern Pulaski, Boys/Girls Soccer @ Wayne 6:00
Saturday 4/28:  Baseball @ Garrard County

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Monday 4/23:  Girls Tennis at East Jessamine - 5:30, Baseball at Clinton County - 6:00, Softball at Russell County - 6:00 
Tuesday 4/24:  Girls and Boys Tennis hosts Madison Southern - 5:30, Baseball hosts Pulaski Co. - 6:00, Softball hosts Pulaski Co. - 6:00, Track at Pulaski County All-Comers Meet (tentative)
Thursday 4/26:  Girls Tennis hosts  McCreary Central - 5:30, Baseball at Pulaski Co. - 6:00, Softball at Pulaski Co. - 6:00
Friday 4/27: Baseball at Southwestern - 6:00, Softball hosts LaRue County - 6:00, Track in Blue Raider Rumble (Lindsey Wilson College)

GOVERNOR'S SCHOLAR kylie

Kylie Cosner, a junior at Casey County High School, has been accepted in the Governor's Scholars Program for the summer of 2018.  The Governor’s Scholars Program is a summer residential program for outstanding high school students in Kentucky who are rising seniors. The Program originated in 1983 as a result of Kentucky leaders’ concern that the state’s “best and brightest” were leaving the Commonwealth to pursue educational and career opportunities elsewhere without fully understanding the potential of their talents at home. Students who are selected attend the Program without charge. In the spirit of partnership, the Office of the Governor, the Kentucky State Legislature, and private enterprise come together to provide the financial support for the Program.
The Program’s mission is to enhance Kentucky’s next generation of civic and economic leaders. The first class numbered 230 and was housed on one college campus. Since then, the Program has enjoyed excellent support and grown to over 1,000 students on three campuses.
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!

GOVERNOR'S SCHOLAR riley gsp

Riley Hoskins, a junior at Casey County High School, has been accepted in the Governor's Scholars Program for the summer of 2018.  The Governor’s Scholars Program is a summer residential program for outstanding high school students in Kentucky who are rising seniors. The Program originated in 1983 as a result of Kentucky leaders’ concern that the state’s “best and brightest” were leaving the Commonwealth to pursue educational and career opportunities elsewhere without fully understanding the potential of their talents at home. Students who are selected attend the Program without charge. In the spirit of partnership, the Office of the Governor, the Kentucky State Legislature, and private enterprise come together to provide the financial support for the Program.
The Program’s mission is to enhance Kentucky’s next generation of civic and economic leaders. The first class numbered 230 and was housed on one college campus. Since then, the Program has enjoyed excellent support and grown to over 1,000 students on three campuses.
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!

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Monday 4/16:  Boys Tennis at McCreary Central - 5:30, Baseball hosts Clinton County - 6:00, Softball hosts Lincoln County - 6:00 (Varsity only)
Tuesday 4/17:  Girls and Boys Tennis at Garrard Co. - 5:30, Baseball hosts Rockcastle Co. - 6:00, Softball hosts Rockcastle Co. - 6:00, Track at Pulaski County All-Comers Meet (tentative)
Thursday 4/19:  Girls and Boys Tennis hosts Wayne Co. - 5:30, Baseball at Rockcastle Co. - 6:00, Softball at Rockcastle Co. - 6:00
Friday 4/19:   Baseball at Boyle Co. - 6:00, Softball at Frankfort - 6:00
Saturday 4/20:  Track at Eastern Relays (invite only by participant) - Louisville Eastern High School, Softball hosts Lexington Catholic - 2:00

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CCMS SPORTS
Monday 4/16--Softball at Campbellsville, Girls/Boys Soccer at Somerset Meece
Tuesday 4/17--Girls/boys soccer at Science Hill
Thursday 4/19--Girls/boys soccer at Southern Pulaski, Baseball home v Metcalfe County, Softball Home v Green County 
Friday 4/20--Softball Home v Clinton County 
Saturday 4/21-Monday 4/23-- Softball & Baseball at Metcalfe-Conference Tournament 

SOCCER CANCELLED soccer

CCMS boys and girls soccer games for tomorrow, April 14, is cancelled. A new date is to be determined.

Community Leaders WANTED

Help plan construction project needs of the school district.

Jones Park Principal Criteria Survey JPE survey

Jones Park Principal Criteria Survey 

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JPEprincipal

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Monday 3/26 -

Girls and Boys Tennis at Southwestern - 4:45

Baseball hosts Wayne County - 6:00

Softball hosts Adair County - 6:00

Tuesday 3/27 -

Boys Tennis at Pulaski County - 5:00

Track at the Somerset All-Comers Meet

Baseball hosts Russell County - 6:00

Softball at Danville - 6:00

Thursday 3/29 -

Girls and Boys Tennis at Berea - 5:30

Baseball at Taylor County - 5:30

Softball at Wayne County - 6:00

 

Friday 3/30 -

Baseball hosts Adair County - 6:00

 

Saturday 3/31 -

Track at the GRC Heavy Metal Showdown in Lexington

 

Spring Break -

Softball at the Cal Ripken Experience in Pigeon Forge, TN (4/2-4/5)

Track at Austin Peay HS Classic in Clarksville, TN (4/7)

NTI DAY 9

Casey County Schools CLOSED today Wednesday March 21, 2018.

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CANCELED TODAY, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 2013
CCMS Baseball, softball and boys soccer games are cancelled for today.
CCMS Football spring practice is cancelled for today.

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Monday 3/19 - Girls Tennis hosts Mercer County at 4:30, Boys Tennis at Mercer County - 5:30., Baseball hosts Garrard County - 5:30, Softball hosts Frankfort - 4:30 
Tuesday 3/20 - Girls Tennis hosts Rockcastle County - 4:45, Softball hosts Burgin - 6:00 
Thursday 3/22 - Girls and Boys Tennis at West Jessamine - 5:30, Baseball at Danville - 5:30
Friday 3/23 - Girls Tennis vs. Pulaski County - 5:00 at Southwestern HS, Boys Tennis at Russell County - 5:00 EST, Softball hosts McCreary Central - 6:00, Baseball at Model - 5:30
Saturday 3/24 - Girls Tennis at Centre College for Tri-Match vs. Boyle County and South Warren - 10:00am, Softball at LaRue County Triangle - vs. LaRue Co at 1:30.  vs. Bullitt Central at 11:45.

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CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK
Tuesday 3/20 ~ Baseball at Southern Pulaski , Softball at Northern Pulaski , Girls/Boys Soccer at Science Hill
Thursday 2/22 ~Softball Home v Somerset Meece, Baseball Home v Clinton County 
Friday 2/23 ~ Baseball at Campbellsville, Softball at Clinton County 
Saturday 2/24 ~ Baseball home v Russell County 1pm, Girls/Boys Soccer at Somerset Meece 

NTI Day 7

Casey County Schools closed today Monday March 12

RESCHEDULED tennis

The CCHS girl/boy Tennis match against Lincoln County for Thursday, March 8th has been cancelled. It is rescheduled for April 9th at Casey County HS.

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Spring Sports are Underway!!!!
Thursday (3/8)- Girls and Boys Tennis host Lincoln County!
Baseball and Softball begin next week!
Congratulations to our track team as the following placed at the Indoor State Meet on Saturday!
Gold in the Boys 800 meter dash - Noah Brown
Gold in the Girls Shotput - Brenna Hayes
Silver in the Girls 4x800 meter relay - Elsa Diaz, Alyssa Sharp, Morgan Crowe and Jenna Vaughn
Congrats to the Lady Rebel basketball team for their 26 win season and run to the Region Championship Game!  The following girls made the All-Tournament team for Region 12: Natalie Duggins, Gena Cravens and Lauren Lee.

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Monday 3/5 - Girls Soccer at Northern Pulaski, Boys Soccer at Northern Pulaski 
Tuesday 3/6 - Girls Soccer at Somerset Christian, Boys Soccer at Somerset Christian 
Friday 3/9 - Softball v Science Hill

GIRLS TOURNAMENT CCHS

Girls Region 12 Basketball Tournament
Host School:  Lincoln County High School
Game Admission:  $6 per person 
Monday 2/26 -  Casey County Lady Rebels vs. Boyle County in Region Quarterfinals - 8:00 Tipoff
Semifinals: Friday March 2nd - The Lady Rebels would play at 6:00 if they are victorious on Monday Night.
Championship Game: Saturday March 3rd - 5:00 Tipoff
Come on out and support the Lady Rebs in the Region Tourney!!!!!!!

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Banks of Liberty' 47th District Basketball Tournament - Hosted by Casey County High School
Monday 2/19: - 6:00 - Pulaski County vs. Casey County (girls), 7:30 - Pulaski County vs. Casey County (boys)
Tuesday 2/20: - 6:00 - Somerset vs. Rockcastle County (girls) , 7:30 - Somerset vs. Rockcastle County (boys)|
Thursday 2/22: - 6:00 - Girls Championship Game, 7:30 - Boys Championship Game
*Awards Ceremony immediately following boys championship game
*Thanks to Casey County Bank, Farmers Deposit Bank and Monticello Bank for all providing title sponsorship for the tournament!  Wherever you choose to do your banking please thank those folks for helping our programs and students!

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Monday 2/19 - Volleyball at @ Science Hill
Thursday 2/22 - Volleyball home v Campbellsville 
Friday 2/23 - Volleyball home v Science Hill

THANK YOU CASEY COUNTY BANK A TEAM DONATION

Thank you to the Casey County Bank for a $1,500 donation to the Casey County Middle School Academic Team to assist with expenses to attend the state competition March 17-19 in Louisville.  The Quick Recall team will compete as well as individuals: Benton Hayes-math, Lukas Brown-math, Drekken Pyles-social studies, Olyvea Mann-Arts and Humanities.  Excellence Keeps Moving!!

 

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Casey County Board Member advanced in professional development
February 13, 2018 – The Kentucky School Boards Association (KSBA) has awarded a certificate of advanced training in school leaders to a member of the Casey County Board of Education.
Marilyn Coffey has achieved Level Five Certification in KSBA Academy of Studies, the highest level offered in the Academy of Studies.
Kentucky law mandates hours of select training based on each board member’s years of service. The lower levels of KSBA’s Academy of Studies include courses such as a basics of board’s role, school finance, superintendent evaluations and facilities planning. As a board member advances in the certification process, the courses become less general and more specific to issues, such as evaluating the board’s own effectiveness, doing advanced budget planning, becoming better advocates for children, and grasping the board’s responsibilities in school and student assessment and accountability.
“School board members are elected by their community to make decisions to better educate all students in the district,” said KSBA President David Webster, chairman of the Simpson County Board of Education. “These school board members strive to better service their communities by continuing their education and training. They have gone above and beyond the required training by the state to complete the KSBA Academy of Studies and to excel, not just for themselves, but also for the betterment of the schools in their communities.”
“We want to recognize these exceptional board members and let the community know how they are representing them in their work,” Webster said.

DISTRICT TOURNAMENT basketball

Casey County High School will be hosting the ‘Banks of Liberty’ 47th District Basketball Tournaments on February 19, 20 and 22. Admission will be $5 each night. 
Monday 2/19 -  6:00 - Girls - Pulaski Co vs. Casey Co and 7:30 - Boys - Casey Co vs. Pulaski Co
Tuesday 2/20 - 6:00 - Girls - Somerset vs. Rockcastle Co and 7:30 - Boys - Rockcastle Co vs. Somerset 
Thursday 2/22 - 6:00 - Girls Championship and 7:30 - Boys Championship

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This week's CCHS Sports Scene
Monday 2/12 - Girl/Boy Basketball Doubleheader at McCreary Central. Girls@6:00. Boys@7:30. 
Thursday 2/15 - Boys Basketball at Taylor County. JV@6:00 Varsity@7:30. 
Friday 2/16 - Girl/Boy Basketball Doubleheader at Lincoln County. Girls@6:00. Boys@7:30. 

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Casey County Middle School Sports this Week
Monday 2/12 - Volleyball home v Green County 
Tuesday 2/13 - Volleyball at Adair County 
Thursday 2/15 - Volleyball home v Russell County 

Two Hour Delay February 12, 2018

Casey County Schools are on a two-hour delay today February 12, 2018.  Be safe out there.

CHOIR HONOR ashlynn

Congratulations to Ashlynn Hill, a freshman at Casey County High School, for auditioning and being selected for the Kentucky Music Educators Association All State Choir. Ashlynn had the opportunity to join Choir students all throughout the state on February 7th and 8th for two days of rehearsal and a concert at the Kentucky Center for the Arts. This is the highest Choir honor in the state, so a big congratulations to Ashlynn! Casey County is proud of you!  (click on photo to enlarge)

SCHOOL NUTRITION nutrition

The Child Nutrition Program and the Health & Wellness Program will be presenting a plan to improve the School Nutrition and Physical Activity environment via the Local Wellness Policy at the Casey County School Board meeting on Monday, February 12th. We welcome any public comments and recommendations.

FIRST IN MATH ethan

Congratulations to Ethan Willoughby!!! At the 2018 Kentucky Jr. Beta Club Comvention, Ethan secured the 1st place award in 7th Grade Mathematics. Hard work pays off. Ethan will have the opportunity to represent the state of Kentucky this summer in Savannah, GA, at the 2018 National Jr. Beta Club Convention.  Excellence Keeps Moving!!    (click on photo to enlarge)

Schools Closed

Casey County Schools will be closed today, Monday, February 5th.   Today will be our sixth non-traditional instructional day. Students should complete day six NTI assignments. Teachers will be available through email today from 10:00-12:00. If you have questions feel free to contact your child's school. Thank you.

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Fifth NTI Day Wednesday 1/17/18

Casey County Schools will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday, January 17th.  Tomorrow will be our fifth non-traditional instructional day. Students should complete day five NTI assignments. Teachers will be available through email tomorrow from 10:00-12:00. If you have questions feel free to contact your child's school. Thank you.

Fourth NTI Day Tuesday 1/16/18

Casey County Schools will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, January 16th.  Tomorrow will be our fourth non-traditional instructional day. Students should complete day four NTI assignments. Teachers will be available through email tomorrow from 10:00-12:00. If you have questions feel free to contact your child's school. Thank you.

SCHEDULE CHANGE basketball

Due to the possibility of inclement weather on Friday, the CCHS Girl/Boy Doubleheader against Rockcastle County will he played this evening, Thursday, January 11. The girls will tip-off at 6:00 with the boys at 7:30. 
The Center Court Celebration to recognize students with distinguished scores will be moved to a later date. Confirmation will be forthcoming in regards to that adjustment. 

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CCHS SPORTS SCENE
*The home girls game vs Boyle that was scheduled for Monday 1/8 was cancelled!!!!
Tuesday 1/9 - Boys basketball hosts Anderson County.  JV at 6:00 with Varsity at 7:30
Friday 1/12 - Girl/Boy Basketball Doubleheader at home vs Rockcastle County.  Girls tip-off at 6:00 with the boys at 7:30.

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Thursday 1/11 - Boys Basketball conference playoffs Home 7th and 8th grade. 6:00
(8th grade night at halftime of 7th grade game) 
Friday 1/12 - Boys basketball at Clinton County 
Saturday 1/13 - Boys basketball 6th grade conference tournament at home. (High school and middle school gym) First game 10:00 AM

3rd NTI day Monday Jan 8, 2018

Casey County Schools will be closed today, Monday, January 8th. Today will be our third non-traditional instructional day. Students should complete day three NTI assignments. Once completed, the students should return those assignments to their teacher within two days of returning to school. Teachers will be available through email today from 10:00-12:00. Also, if you have additional questions feel free to contact your child's school. Also, central office and school offices will open at 10:00 today. Thank you.

Second NTI day Friday Jan 5, 2018

Casey County Schools will be closed tomorrow , Friday, January 5th. Tomorrow. will be our second non-traditional instructional day (NTI). Students should complete day two NTI assignments. Once completed, the students should return those assignments to their teacher within two days of returning to school. Teachers will be available through email from 10:00-12:00 tomorrow. Also, if you have additional questions feel free to contact your child's school. Thank you.

First NTI day Thursday 1/4/2018

Casey County Schools will be closed today, Thursday, January 4th. Today will be our first non-traditional instructional day (NTI). Students should complete day one NTI assignments. Once completed,  the students should take those assignments out of the binder and return to their teacher within two days of returning to school. Teachers will be available through email from 10:00-12:00 today. Also, please reference the information sheet in the binder for more information and if you have questions feel free to contact your child's school. The bookkeeper/principal meeting has also been canceled and will be rescheduled. Thank you.

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CCHS SPORTS SCENE
Tuesday 1/2 - Girls basketball at Marion County.  JV at 6:00 with Varsity at 7:30
Friday 1/5 - Girl/Boy Basketball Doubleheader at Somerset.  Girls tip-off at 6:00 with the boys at 7:30
Saturday 1/6 - Boys Basketball hosts Danville.  JV at 6:00 with Varsity at 7:30

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CCMS this week
Tuesday 1/2 - Boys basketball at Green County 
Thursday 1/4 - Boys basketball Home v Russell County 5:30
Friday 1/5  - Boys basketball at Boyle County 

CYC Jr. cyc jr ballgame

The Casey Youth Coalition Jr (CYC Jr) participated in ASAP Night at the Ballgame at Casey County Middle School.  The students surveyed the fans concerning our Tobacco Free Schools.  Fans who filled out the survey were treated to a megaphone filled with popcorn.  Go to the Photo Gallery for a picture of the entire coalition which is new this year for 6th-8th graders.  Jennifer Godbey is the coalition sponsor.  

COMMUNITY ED DANCE recital

The Community Ed dance classes are back with Karey Sellers as the instructor. Thirty-two dancers presented a winter dance recital December 7, 2017 at the Lights of Liberty Theater. Registration for the next session will be January 8, 2018. More information will be available the first week of January.  (click on photo to enlarge)

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CCHS Weekly Sports Scene
Tuesday 12/12  ` Girl/Boy Basketball Doubleheader at home vs. Somerset.  Girls tipoff at 6:30 with boys to follow.
Friday 12/15 ~ Girl/Boy Basketball Doubleheader at Rockcastle County.  Girls tipoff at 6:30 with boys to follow.
Saturday 12/16 ~ Lady Rebel Basketball hosts Allen-County Scottsville.  Freshmen tipoff at 2:00.  JV tipoff is 3:30.  Varsity tipoff is 5:00.

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Casey County Middle School Sports
Tuesday 12/12 ~ Boys basketball Home v Southern Pulaski 5:30
Thursday 12/14  ~ Boys basketball Home v Hart County 5:30 

#1 in Area 8 track

The Casey County Girl's Cross Country Team has finished #1 in Area 8 for a second year in a row. All of the girls were responsible for this! Due to this effort, Coach Vaughn was voted the Area 8 Girl's Varsity Coach of the Year. Also receiving All Area 8 honors were Alyssa Sharp and Abby Vaughn.  Congratulations!!
Click on photo gallery for the individual times.


 

CHOIR CONCERT choir

Enjoy the Casey County Choir Christmas Concert on December 11 at 6:00 PM at the Middle School.  (click on flyer to enlarge)

Tobacco Prevention Training 101 cyc jr

The Casey Youth Coalition (CYC #JR) completed training in Tobacco Prevention 101. Jelaine Harlowe, Health Educator, LCDHD, provided the training to the CYC club members in grades 6-8. Jennifer Godbey is the Advisor. The newly formed leadership group meets monthly at CCMS.
1st Row: Chloe Means, Kyra Cain, Kaylee Todd, Talley Price, Abby Pendelton, Ethan Murphy 
2nd Row: Major Vaughn, Skyler Lee, MaKayla Hamilton, Mollie Harne, Bryson Chansler, Andrew Price, Trace Stringer, Reagan Brown 
3rd Row: Coleman Wright, Aaron Cravens 
(click on picture to enlarge)

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Monday 12/4 - Boys basketball @ Adair County  
Tuesday 12/5 - Boys basketball @ Metcalfe County 
Thursday 12/7 - Boys basketball Home v Campbellsville 5:30
Friday 12/8 - Sponsored by Don Franklin with a radio broadcast and T-shirt give away-
Boys basketball Home v Cumberland County 5:30

RIBBON CUTTING liberty gym

Casey County Board of Education
invites you to join us for the
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Liberty Elementary Gymnasium Renovation
Monday, December 11, 2017
6:00 p.m. – Liberty Elementary Gymnasium

 

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CCHS Weekly Sports Scene:
Tuesday (12/5) - Girls Basketball hosts Madison Central (JV-6:00/V-7:30) - Boys Basketball at Southwestern (JV-6:00/V-7:30)
Friday (12/8) - G/B Basketball Doubleheader as host Pulaski County (Girls-6:30/Boys-8:00)
Saturday (12/9) - Girls Basketball at Knox Central (JV-2:00/V-3:30)

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CCHS Weekly Sports Scene:
Monday (11/27) - G/B Basketball Doubleheader vs. Clinton County at Home. Girls tipoff at 6:00. Boys tipoff at 7:30.
Tuesday (11/28) - Girls Basketball hosts Danville. 6:00/7:30
Friday (12/1) - Girls Basketball at Wayne County 6:00/7:30 -Boys Basketball at North Laurel Nissan Classic vs. North Laurel. 8:30 tipoff
Saturday (12/2) - Girls Basketball hosts Boyle County. 6:00/7:30

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CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEKz
11/28 Tuesday - Boys basketball @ Cumberland County 
11/30 Thursday  - Boys basketball @ Adair County 
12/1 Friday  - Boys Basketball Home v Wayne County 5:30

KYA PREMIERE kya 1

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.

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CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK
Tuesday 11/14 - Boys basketball Home v Metcalfe County 5:30
Thursday 11/16 - Boys basketball at Campbellsville 

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Congrats to the CCHS Girls Cross Country team for their 8th place finish at the state meet over the weekend!
Also, Congrats to the CCHS Boys Cross Country team for placing in the top 20 at the state meet!
The 6th ranked CCHS Football team won their first round playoff game over Morgan County 51-0.
Friday November 10th - 2nd Round of State Playoffs
Casey County at Powell County - 7:30 PM Kickoff
$6 admission for both students and adults

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

606-787-6241

Carmela.clark@casey.kyschools.us

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CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK
Tuesday 11/7 - Boys basketball Home v Adair 5:30
Thursday 11/9 - Boys basketball at Russell County 

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CCHS SPORTS SCENE:
Friday (11/3):  First Round KHSAA State Football Playoffs, Morgan County at Casey County 7:30 pm kickoff; Rebel Stadium  **Casey County finished the regular season with a 9-1 record for the best regular season record in school history **Casey County finished the regular season with the top total offense in the state 
Saturday (11/4):  Boys and Girls Cross Country State Meet at the Kentucky Horse Park **Both our Boys and Girls teams qualified for state as an entire squad!  **This is the 5th year in a row the girls team has qualified and the 3rd year in a row for the boys!

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CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK:
Monday 10/30 - Boys basketball at Southwestern 
Thursday 11/2 - Boys basketball Home v Green County 5:30
Friday 11/3 - Boys basketball at Wayne County 

CCMS GIRLS BASKETBALL CCMS

The CCMS 7th and 8th grade girls basketball teams have advanced to the conference championship game.  They will play at home on Tuesday, October 24 at 6:00 pm.  Good Luck, Girls!!

 

 

CYC RECEIVES $500 AWARD cyc students

Casey Youth Coalition (CYC) at CCHS received the 2017 KY Youth Empowerment Systems (YES) Award at the KY Prevention Network Conference in Lexington for their successful work on reducing youth tobacco use on their 100% Tobacco Free Campus. Austin "T" Harne, Chelsey Griffin, Savannah Owens, Alyssa Jones, and Delaney Sowders accepted the award as representatives from the CYC. They received $500 for use with their strategies and a LOT of state recognition. Nikki Wethington is Advisor for the CYC and if is sponsored by Casey County KY ASAP.  Congratulations!  (click on photo gallery for photos)

Have you heard the BUZZ? The Hive

The Casey County Marching Rebels will host a Community Performance of "The Hive" on Friday, Oct. 20 @ 6 PM @ the CCHS football field.  Admission is free and everyone is invited to come out and .............     see what the BUZZ is about!

 

 

 

7th GRADE GIRLS BASKETBALL 7th girls bball

Casey County Middle School girls 7th grade basketball team won 5 games this weekend in the KBA state tournament and advanced to the final game finishing as Runner-up. 

KY ART CONFERENCE allison

Allison O'hair, a 7th grade student at Casey County Middle School, won 2nd place in the 2D design category at the Kentucky Art Education conference last weekend.  Congratulations!!

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CCMS Sports this week
Tuesday 10/10 Girls Basketball at home v Green County 5:30
Thursday 10/12  Girls basketball at home v Russell County 5:30
Friday - Sunday 10/13-10/15 7th grade girls basketball at KBA Lexington 

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HOMECOMING WEEK
Tues 10/10 - Volleyball hosts Campbellsville 5:30
Thur 10/12 - Volleyball hosts Mercer County 5:30 (Senior Night)
Sat 10/14 -Cross Country at Woodford County Invitational
-Football hosts Betsy Lane.  (Homecoming) 3:00 Kickoff
(PrepSpin.com Central KY Game of the Week)

Powder Puff Prelims - Wednesday
Powder Puff Championship - Friday
Pep Rally - Friday Afternoon

CASEY COUNTY PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS RECEIVE HIGHEST STATE RATING

5 Star RatingThe Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Department for Community Based Services,Division of Child Care and the Kentucky Department of Education have certified that all 4 of the Preschool Classrooms in the Casey County School System are rated the highest rating of LEVEL 5 in the KENTUCKY ALL STAR PROGRAM as measured by the Kentucky ALL STARS Tiered Quality Rating and Improvement System.

ATTENDANCE WINNER attendance

Congratulations to Liberty Elementary for winning the 14th Region high attendance day!  This is the fourth time that LES has received this award in the past eleven years!

CONFERENCE CHAMPS ccms

The Casey County Middle School football team defeated Russell County to become the conference champions.  State playoffs begin October 7 at home v. Russell County.

 

 

 

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This week in CCMS Sports
Tuesday 9/26 - Football conference playoffs at home v Metcalfe county 6:30 kickoff  - Girls basketball home v. Garrard County 5:30 
Thursday 9/28 - Football conference Championship at home 6:30 kickoff (with win on Tuesday) - Girls basketball @ Hart County 

GEAR UP WEEK gu

For National Gear Up Week Casey County High School did some college knowledge type games and  some activities to lift educational aspirations.  First, we sent out remind trivia challenges each day for the first so many students to be able to tell us what FAFSA stood for, or one way to earn free money for college, etc., and the winners got a prize.  This also encouraged kids to sign up for the remind text app so we can continue to keep them in the know about what is going on at school.  We also made a lot of feathers in our school colors, we called them future feathers, students are writing their future word on them and we are making a set of wings (we are still in the process of this, the principal is building a set of plywood, freestanding wings for the feathers to go on) Once finished, kids will be able to take pics with our CCHS Rebel Wings, and finally we kicked off our 'This is US' wall- kids are bringing in any object or item that defines who we are and they will be put together in a collage on one wall in the stairwell from ceiling to floor and the center will read 'This is US'!  We hope to inspire pride in our community and school with this project.  The group of seniors we lovingly call Rebel Crew, a mentoring group, have been instrumental in a lot of the behind the scenes work that has gone into organizing it all. Below are some pics from the week, and there are more in a second email.  We love our Rising Rebels at Casey County High School, and Gear Up helps us help them rise!!
(click on photo to enlarge and click on photo gallery to the left for more pictures)

STEM PROGRESS gt printer

CCMS Innovation Nation and STEM Lab (science, technology, engineering and math) students are ready to innovate, design, and create with a new Makerbot 3D printer. Students will be collaborating with Somerset Community College through Skype, field trips and in house workshops. Thank you, Mr. Sowders and Casey County BOE, for making this partnership possible!!!

CYC COACH OUTREACH cyc clipboard

Implemented by the Casey Youth Coalition (CYC), each athletic coach in Casey County Schools was given a new clipboard with the following statement on the back.  "Coach ..... You taught them the rules of the game ... Now tech them the rules about alcohol and drug use."  (click on photo to enlarge)

6TH GRADE CONFERENCE CHAMPS 6th girls bball

The Casey County 6th grade girl's basketball team won the tournament to become Central Kentucky Middle School Athletic Conference 2017 6th Champions.
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CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK
Tuesday 9/19 - Football home v Green County (8th grade recognition at 5:30) -Girls Basketball at Metcalfe    
Thursday 9/21 - Girls Basketball home v Campbellsville 5:30

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CCHS SPORTS SCENE
Mon 9/18 –-Boys Soccer hosts Pulaski Co. 6:00 - Girls soccer at LaRue County 6:30
Tues 9/19 –-Girls Soccer hosts Marion Co. 6:00 -Volleyball at Wayne County 5:30 -Boys Soccer at Southwestern 6:00 -Cross County at Boyle Co. Invitational 4:00
Thur 9/21 --Boys Soccer hosts Campbellsville  7:30
Fri 9/22 -- Football hosts Jackson County.  (Senior Night) 7:30 Kickoff
Sat 9/23 --Cross Country at Wayne Co. Invitational 

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CCHS Sports this week:
Tues 9/5 -Volleyball at Mercer County 5:30
Thur 9/7 - Volleyball hosts Danville. 5:30 - Girls Soccer hosts Pulaski County. 6:00
Sat 9/9 -Cross Country at Bluegrass XC Invitational at Masterson Station Park in LEX - Boys Golf at Danville Country Club Tournament - Girls Golf hosts Casey County Invitational

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CCMS Sports this week:
Tuesday 9/5  ~ Girls basketball @ Campbellsville 5:30
Thursday 9/7 ~ Football home v. Russell County 6:00  ~ Girls basketball @ Somerset Meece 5:30 
Saturday 9/9 ~ Football @ Hart County 2:00 

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CCMS SPORTS
Tuesday 8/29
 -Football @ Metcalfe County -Girls Basketball @ Russell County
Thursday 8/31 -Girls Basketball Home v. Metcalfe County

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CCHS Weekly Sports Scene:
Mon 8/28 –Volleyball at Russell County 5:30 - Boys Golf at Rockcastle County - G/B Soccer Doubleheader at Lincoln Co. Girls at 6:00. Boys at 7:30
Tues 8/29 – G/B Soccer Doubleheader at East Jessamine Girls at 6:00. Boys at 7:30. -Volleyball at Lincoln County 5:30 -Boys Golf hosts Adair County
Thur 8/31Volleyball hosts Adair County. 5:30 -Girls Soccer at McCreary Central. 6:30 -Boys Golf at Lincoln County
Fri 9/1Football hosts Russell County.  7:30 Kickoff
Sat 9/2 -Cross Country at the CatBird Classic at North Laurel HS

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CCHS Weekly Sports Scene:
Mon 8/21 -Boys Golf at Boyle County
Tues 8/22 - G/B Soccer Doubleheader at home vs. Somerset. Girls at 6:00. Boys at 7:30.-Volleyball at Pulaski County 7:30
Thur 8/24 - Volleyball hosts Rockcastle County. 5:30 
- Boys Soccer at Wayne County. 6:30
 - Girls Soccer at Taylor County. 6:00
- Boys Golf at East Jessamine
Fri 8/25 - Football hosts Campbellsville.  7:30 Kickoff
-Volleyball at Boyle County Tournament
Sat 8/26 - Girls Golf at Russell County
-Boys Golf at Rockcastle Tourney
-Casey County Cross Country Festival
-Volleyball at Boyle County Tournament

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CCMS SPORTS
Tuesday 8/22 ~ Football home v. Campbellsville 6:00
Girls basketball @ Green county  6:00
Thursday 8/24 ~ Girls basketball home v. Adair  5:30

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CCMS SPORTS
Tuesday 8/15 
 - Girls Basketball home v. Meece 5:30

Football @ Adair 6:00
Thursday 8/17 - Girls basketball home v. Southwestern 5:30

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CCHS SPORTS WEEKLY SPORTS SCENE
Mon 8/14 - Boys soccer at Clinton County 5:30
 -Boys Golf hosts Boyle County
Tues 8/15 - G/B Soccer Doubleheader at Pulaski Co. Girls at 6:00. Boys at 7:30
 -Boys Golf at Garrard County (Peninsula)
Thur 8/17Volleyball hosts Boyle County. 5:30
 -Girls Soccer hosts Warren Central at 7:30
Fri 8/18Football hosts Barren County.  7:30 Kickoff
Sat 8/19 - Girls Golf at Anderson County

             

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CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK
Tuesday 8/8
- Girls Basketball @ Garrard 5:30
Friday & Saturday 8/11-8/12 Girls Basketball @ Rockcastle Tournament 
Saturday 8/12- Football Home v. Berea10 AM

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CCHS WEEKLY SPORTS SCENE
Tues 8/8
- Boys Golf hosts Mercer Co.
Thur 8/10 - Volleyball Scrimmage at home vs. Garrard Co. (6:00)
Fri 8/11 - Football Scrimmage at West Jessamine (Paris, Mason Co. also competing) - 5:30 tentative start
Sat 8/12 - Girls Golf at Barren County Tournament
 -Boys Golf at Old Bridge Titleist Tourney
-Girls Soccer Scrimmage vs. Southwestern at Berea - 2:30

FECHAS IMPORTANTES

FECHAS IMPORTANTES
 

BACK TO SCHOOL DATES

IMPORTANT BACK TO SCHOOL DATES

CASEY COUNTY SCHOLARS rogers scholars

Seven 8th grade Casey County Middle School students were accepted into the Rogers Explorers Program for the summer of 2017!  That is a record!   Front row:  L to R- Tarah Durham, Molly Demrow, Emily Whitehurst     Back row: L to R- Morgan Smith, Maddie Thomas, Allicen White, Morgan Crowe
Students spend three days and two nights on one of the leading Kentucky college campuses, where experts guide them through hands-on assignments, all of which encourages participants to build their math, science, and technology skills. The program is provided tuition-free to eligible students within The Center’s 45-county primary service area.

EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!
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ROGERS SCHOLARS 2017 ROGERS LOGO

Two hundred and twelve students—the largest class ever—will converge on the campuses of seven Kentucky colleges and universities this summer for the Rogers Explorers program.
“Rogers Explorers gives students a one-of-a-kind learning experience to explore possible career paths in the fields of math, science, and technology,” said Delaney Stephens, community liaison and youth programs coordinator for The Center. “The program also encourages creative thinking and teamwork and builds leadership skills as the region’s next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs.”
Rogers Explorers is presented by The Center for Rural Development in partnership with Lindsey Wilson College, University of the Cumberlands, Eastern Kentucky University, Morehead State University, Asbury University, the University of Pikeville, and the newest host site, Union College
For more information on Rogers Explorers, call The Center at 606-677-6000, email youth@centertech.com, or visitwww.centeryouthprogams.com.

CCMS SPORTS CCMS

THIS WEEK IN CCMS SPORTS
Monday 5/15 - Softball @ Metcalfe-v. Taylor-Conference Tournament A
Tuesday 5/16  - Baseball Home v. Garrard County (8th grade night)
Softball @ Conference Tournament
Wednesday 5/17 - Baseball @ Garrard County
Saturday 5/20 - Baseball Home v. Hart County 1:00

DISTINGUISHED YOUNG WOMAN DYW

Casey County Distinguished Young Women invites you to join the Class of 2018 for this year's program beginning at 6pm this Saturday, May 13, 2017, at the Casey County High School gymnasium. Admission will be $5, and doors will open at 5:15.Concessions will be available. Come out and celebrate with our 11 local girls as they showcase their talent, hard work, and achievements in an effort to win college scholarships!!!  (click on photo to enlarge)

CCMS DANCE TRYOUTS CCMS Dance

CCMS will have Dance Team tryouts on Wednesday, May 17 at 4:00.  Practice for tryouts will be on Monday 5/15 and Tuesday, 5/16 at the middle school cafeteria from 3:30-5:30.  Tryouts are open to female and male students entering 5th - 8th grade during the 2017-18 school year.  Flyers will be distributed at the schools.  

21st Century Camps 21st camp

21st Century will be offering the following camps at CCHS and CCMS.  Credit Recovery, Family History, Arts/Humanities, Food Preservation, and Health Scholars.  JULY 10-13 TRANSITION TO MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL are encouraged for incoming 7th and 9th graders.  Registration forms are available at the middle and high school.  (Click on the flyer for dates and times of each camp)

CURRENT SUBSTITUTES PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDAR Substitute training

Casey County Schools
CURRENT SUBSTITUTES
PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDAR
RENEW for the 2017-18 School Year
Friday May 26, 2017
Casey County High School
Computer Lab
ļ‚· You will receive a one call with details regarding your time slot.
ļ‚· Please call 606-787-6941 if you have any questions.

CCHS SPORTS CCHS

Monday - REGIONAL TENNIS PLAY CONTINUES AT CENTRE COLLEGE/DANVILLE 
BASEBALL HOME VS. TAYLOR COUNTY 6p.m. (Senior Night to follow Varsity game)
Tuesday - BASEBALL HOME VS. CLINTON COUNTY 6p.m
SOFTBALL AWAY AT MCCREARY COUNTY 6p.m.
Thursday - SOFTBALL HOME VS. SOUTHWESTERN 6p.m.
BASEBALL HOME VS. ADAIR 6p.m
Friday - BASEBALL AWAY AT GARRARD CO. 6p.m.
SOFTBALL HOME VS. CLINTON CO. 6p.m.
Saturday - BASEBALL AWAY AT EDMONSON CO. 

CCMS SPORTS ccms

CCMS This week in Sports
Monday 5/8 - Softball Home v. Clinton County
Tuesday 5/9 - Baseball @ Lincoln , Softball @ Somerset 
Thursday 5/11 - Baseball @ Adair  
Friday 5/12 - Softball @ Clinton County
Saturday 5/13 - Baseball conference tournament @ Metcalfe

GEAR UP gear up

CCHS Gear Up Club volunteered at the Hope Lodge in Lexington, KY.  After working hard all morning, the students ate at the food court in the Fayette Mall. It was a blast!  (click on photo gallery for pictures)

CYC SMOKE FREE cyc

Members of the Casey Youth Coalition attended the Smoke Free KY Conference in Lexington.  Students presented on our Tobacco Free Casey County Schools.  CCHS students pictured are Hailey Terry, Kylie Cosner, Dakota Hoskins, Austin Harne, Abigail Shakelford.  Dakota and Austin were interviewed by KET for a website video.  The topic for the interview was "Continued Tobacco Use on our tobacco Free Campus".  (click on photo gallery for pictures of both events)

 

CCMS SPORTS CCMS

CCMS This week in Sports
Monday 5/1 - Softball Home v. Green County
Baseball Home v. Marion County
Girls Soccer Playoffs v. Wayne @ McCreary Central
Boys Soccer Playoffs v. Northern P @ Southern Pulaski
Tuesday 5/2 - Baseball @ Metcalfe Double Header
Thursday 5/4 - Softball Home v. Russell
Girls Soccer Playoffs @ McCreary Central
Boys Soccer Playoffs @ Southern Pulaski
Friday 5/1 - Softball @ Taylor  County
Girls Soccer Championship @ McCreary Central
Boys Soccer Championship @ Southern Pulaski
Saturday 5/2 - Baseball @ Campbellsville/Taylor

TASTY TUESDAY WOYC

On TUESDAY, APRIL 25TH, Casey County High School, 21st Century and the Casey County Public Library will present THE VERY HUNGRY CATERPILLER  at the library for children entering kindergarten in August.  There will be food from 5-5:30 and the program from 5:30-6:30.  Child care will be available for siblings.  This is a KINDERGARTEN READINESS EVENT during the Week of the Young Child.  (click on flyer for more information)

CCMS GEAR UP gear up

On April 20, 2017, Casey County Middle School Gear Up Club spent the morning volunteering and preparing personalized sack lunches for families at the Ronald McDonald House in Lexington.  This event was followed up with a driving tour of the UK campus and lunch for themselves at the food court at Fayette Mall! A big thanks to CCMS students and staff for the donations we got to deliver to the House! 
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EARLY KINDERGARTEN ENROLLMENT k garten enroll

CLICK ON THE PHOTO FOR THE EARLY KINDERGARTEN ENROLLMENT PROCESS.

KINDERGARTEN AGE CHANGE K GARTEN

Kindergaten entry age has changed. Beginning with the 2017-18 school year, children must be 5 years old as of August 1 to enroll kindergarten in a Kentucky public school.  (click on photo for more information

 

CCMS SPORTS ccms

Tuesday 4/18 ~ Softball Home v. Campbellsville
Baseball @ Northern Pulaski
Boys Soccer @ North Laurel
Thursday 4/20 ~ Girls Soccer @ McCreary
Boys Soccer @ Whitley
Softball @ Russell
Baseball @ Science Hill
Friday 4/21 ~ Girls/Boys Soccer @ Southern Pulaski
Saturday 4/22 ~ Baseball @ Southern Pulaski/Berea

2017 ROGERS SCHOLARS rogers scholars

Seven 8th grade Casey County Middle School students were accepted into the Rogers Explorers Program for the summer of 2017!  That is a record!   Front row:  L to R- Tarah Durham, Molly Demrow, Emily Whitehurst     Back row: L to R- Morgan Smith, Maddie Thomas, Allicen White, Morgan Crowe
Students spend three days and two nights on one of the leading Kentucky college campuses, where experts guide them through hands-on assignments, all of which encourages participants to build their math, science, and technology skills. The program is provided tuition-free to eligible students within The Center’s 45-county primary service area.

EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!
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2017 ROGERS SCHOLARS rogers scholars

Casey County Middle School Rogers Explorers
Seven 8th grade students were accepted into the Rogers Explorers Program for the summer of 2017!  That is a record!   Front row:  L to R- Tarah Durham, Molly Demrow, Emily Whitehurst     Back row: L to R- Morgan Smith, Maddie Thomas, Allicen White, Morgan Crowe

EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!
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THE LION KING JR lion king

Casey County Drama and 21st Century Learning Center will present the Disney production THE LION KING JR at the Casey County Middle School gym on Friday, April 21st at 7:00 pm and on Saturday, April 22nd at 11:00 am and 3:00 pm.  Tickets are $3.  (click on the flyer for information)  

KINDERGARTEN CARNIVAL k carnival

Register children for Kindergarten and Preschool at the KINDERGARTEN CARNIVAL at Gateway Park on Friday, April 28.  No appointment needed from 9:00-12:30.  To schedule an appointment between 12:30 and 1:30, call 787-6941.  Preschool and Kindergarten registration packets will also be available at all elementary schools and most local community stores.  (click on flyer for more information)

WEEK OF THE YOUNG CHILD WOYC

Casey County celebrates our youngest learners April 24th - 28th.  Kindergarten and Preschool registration will be Monday - Friday. Get a FREE Children's book when you submit your registration forms.  Kindergarten Carnival will be at Gateway Park on Friday, April 28 for all children enrolling in Kindergarten the 2017-18 school year.  Click on the flyer for each day's activities.

CCHS SPORTS CCHS

THIS WEEK IN SPORTS APRIL 17TH THRU APRIL 22ND
MONDAY 17TH – BASEBALL AT PULASKI COUNTY 6:00
SOFTBALL AT PULASKI COUNTY 6:00
BOYS/GIRLS TENNIS AT MCCREARY CENTRAL 6:00
TUESDAY 18TH – BOYS/GIRLS TENNIS AT WAYNE COUNTY 6:00
SOFTBALL AT BURGIN 6:00
THURSDAY 20TH – BASEBALL HOME VS PULASKI COUNTY 6:00
SOFTBALL HOME VS PULASKI COUNTY 6:00
BOYS/GIRLS TENNIS HOME VS PULASKI CO. 6:00
FRIDAY 21ST – BASEBALL HOME VS WAYNE COUNTY 6:00
BOYS TENNIS AT MADISON CENTRAL
GIRLS TENNIS HOME VS GARRARD COUNTY
SATURDAY 22ND – BASEBALL AT SOUTHWESTERN 12:00

PUBLIC NOTICE ! NOTICE

SEALED BIDS ACCEPTED FOR PAVING AND SEALING

 

CANCELED TODAY CCHS

THE SOFTBALL GAME AND TENNIS MATCHES HAVE BEEN CANCELED TODAY (TUESDAY, APRIL 11).

CCHS SPORTS CCMS

APRIL 10 THRU APRIL 14
MONDAY – BASEBALL AT ROCK 6:00
SOFTBALL AT ROCK 6:00
GIRLS TENNIS AT RUSSELL CO 5:30
TUESDAY – SOFTBALL HOME VS. MODEL 6:00
GIRLS TENNIS AT BOYLE 5:30
BOYS TENNIS HOME VS. BOYLE 5:30
THURSDAY – BASEBALL HOME VS. ROCK 6:00
SOFTBALL HOME VS. ROCK 6:00
FRIDAY – BASEBALL AT RUSSELL CO. 5:30
SATURDAY – SOFTBALL HOME VS. PRESTONSBURG

JV Girls Tennis at Pulaski County

CCMS SPORTS CCMS

CCMS This week in Sports
Monday 4/10 - Baseball Home v. Northern Pulaski, Girls/Boys Soccer @ Somerset Meece, Track @ Green County
Tuesday 4/11 - Volleyball Championship @ Russell County, Baseball Home v. Science Hill
Thursday 4/13 - Girls/Boys Soccer Home v. Wayne County (8th grade night),Baseball @ Green
Friday 4/14 - Baseball Home v. Russell County, Softball @ Science Hill

 

 

 

SOMERSET COLLEGE scc

Somerset Community College is offering a FAMILY FIELD TRIP on April 10 for parents to learn more about college programs.  Click on the flyer for full details.

BAND DISTINGUISHED BAND

The Casey County Concert Band attended the Richmond, KY Concert Assessment on March 29th, 2017. Concert bands from around the state are required to go every spring and perform in front of 4 judges. The Casey County Concert Band received the highest honor possible by receiving a distinguished rating from each judge.  View photos in the Photo Gallery.
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!

CASEY COUNTY MIDDLE OPEN GYM !!! basketball

Let's build a #championship

CCHS BASEBALL CCHS

CCHS Baseball at Campbellsville today, March 28, has been CANCELLED. No make-up date has been scheduled at this time. 

TENNIS tennis

Due to inclement weather, the Boys and Girls Tennis matches with Garrard County have been cancelled today. .

CCHS SPORTS CCHS

Tonight's baseball game at Taylor County has been cancelled. Tentative date for reschedule is April 15th.

CCMS SPORTS CCMS

THIS WEEK IN CCMS SPORTS
Tuesday 3/28--Volleyball @ Green County Conference Playoffs
Boys Soccer Home v. Science Hill 6:00
Girls Soccer Home v. Northern Pulaski 7:30
Baseball Home v. Southern Pulaski 
Thursday 3/30--Volleyball Championship (Location TDB)
Softball Home v. Metcalfe
Girls/Boys Soccer Home v. Somerset Christian
Baseball @ Russell
Friday 3/31--Softball Home v. Science Hill
Baseball Home v. Metcalfe

NO SCHOOL TOMORROW MARCH 24TH NTI DAY #2

 

NO SCHOOL TOMORROW FRIDAY MARCH 24th 2017  NTI DAY #2

 

ALSO REMINDER THAT MONDAY MARCH 27th NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS, STAFF CONTRACT DAY.

BID NOTICE: District SEEKING BIDS for ERATE RFP "Annex Fiber 2017" NOTICE

The complete RFP and required worksheets for "Annex Fiber 2017" are located in the Documents section on our Technology Department page:

http://www.casey.kyschools.us/administrativeDepartment.aspx?aid=1

GEAR UP gear up

Casey County Middle School 8th grade GEAR UP students toured Somerset Community College.  (click on photo gallery for pictures)
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!

KICK BUTTS cyc

The Casey Youth Coalition (CYC) lead activities during KICK BUTTS WEEK in effort to support people who quit smoking, encourage others to not start and educate on the dangers of smoking. A group of students were interviewed by Larry Rowell, Casey County News Editor, about their Photo Voice Project, "Continued Tobacco Use on our Tobacco Free Campus".  Chelsea Griffin and Delaney Sowders recorded a PSA at Radio Liberty which aired during the week.  Eye catching banners have been posted to remind everyone of our Tobacco Free Campus'.  Click on Photo Gallery for more pictures.

CCMS SPORTS ccms

Monday 3/20-Softball Home v. Danville
Tuesday 3/21-Girls Soccer Home v. McCreary
Baseball Home v. Campbellsville
Volleyball @ Campbellsville
Softball @ Metcalfe
Thursday 3/23-Volleyball Home Playoffs v. TBD
Girls/Boys Soccer @ Lincoln
Friday 3/24-Softball Home v. Taylor
Baseball Home v. Clinton
Saturday 3/25-Baseball Home v. Green County 2:00

ART GALLERY WALL ART LES

EVERYONE IS INVITED TO LIBERTY ELEMENTARY TONIGHT (MARCH 20) FOR AN EXCITING EVENING OF ART APPRECIATION.  THE ART GALLERY WALL WILL BEGIN AT 6 PM.  COME ON OUT AND VIEW ART PROJECTS OF GRADES K-6 AND COMPLETE A PAINTING ON CANVAS.  THIS EVENT IS FREE.  
NOTE:  THE BOOK FAIR WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR YOU TO PURCHASE BOOK
S.
(CLICK ON THE FLYER FOR MORE INFORMATION)

CCHS SPORTS CCHS

THIS WEEK IN SPORTS
MONDAY (20TH) – BASEBALL HOME VS. SOUTHWESTERN 6:00
RACQUET REBS HOME VS. RUSSELL CO. 4:45
LADY RACQUETS HOME VS. EAST JESS. 5:00
TUESDAY (21ST) – SOFTBALL HOME VS. WAYNE 6:00
RACQUET REBS HOME VS. MERCER CO. 5:00
LADY RACQUETS AWAY VS. MERCER CO. 5:00
THURSDAY (23RD) – RACQUET REBS HOME VS. ROCKCASTLE 5:00
SOFTBALL AWAY VS. MCCREARY CO. 6:00
FRIDAY (24TH) – BASEBALL AWAY VS. MCCREARY CO. 6:00
RACQUET REBS AWAY VS. MADISON CENT. 5:30
SATURDAY (25TH) – LADY RACQUETS AWAY AT BOWLING GREEN
BASEBALL AWAY VS. ADAIR 2pm (EST)

CIVIC AWARD KYLE

On behalf of Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes and the judges from the Administrative Office of the Courts, Mr. Kyle Durham (CCHS) was the recipient of a
regional  Outstanding Civic Education Leadership Award. 
Mr. Durham was chosen for his extraordinary efforts to promote civic engagement among Kentucky students.
CONGRATULATIONS!
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!

 

 

 

A group of Casey County Gear Up students attended the IDEA Festival at Western Kentucky University Gear Up students attended the IDEA Festival

A group of Casey County Gear Up students attended the IDEA Festival at Western Kentucky University.  They attended sessions with speakers who had turned an idea into a successful career, got hands-on with innovative technology, toured the honors college and Gatton Academy, and learned about the study abroad opportunities WKU has to offer. 3/15/17

CCMS UPDATE CCMS

This is a sports update from Darren Summers
Boys Soccer tonight 3/14 home v. Northern Pulaski -Cancelled
Girls Soccer tonight 3/14 @ Southern Pulaski - Cancelled
Baseball tonight 3/14 @ Taylor - Cancelled
Volleyball @ Russell County tonight 3/14 - YES
Volleyball home v. Taylor Thursday 3/16 - Cancelled
Girls Soccer v. Northern Pulaski Home Thursday 3/16- Moved to 3/28. 
Softball @ Campbellsville Thursday 3/16.

CCHS UPDATE CCHS

This is an update from Brandon Hillard
Cancelled today:  Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Softball
Baseball
Boys Tennis
Girls Tennis
Games and matches will be made up. 

CCHS UPDATE CCHS

This is an update from Brandon Hillard
Cancelled today:  Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Softball
Baseball
Boys Tennis
Girls Tennis
Games and matches will be made up. 

CCMS SPORTS CCMS

CCMS This week in Sports
Monday 3/13 - Softball Home v. Adair
Baseball Home v. Adair
Tuesday 3/14 - Boys Soccer Home v. Northern Pulaski
Volleyball @ Russell County
Girls Soccer @ Southern Pulaski
Baseball @ Taylor
Thursday 3/16 - Girls Soccer Home v. Northern Pulaski
Softball @ Campbellsville

12th REGION HONORS ccms

Coach Randy Salyers received 12th Region Coaching Legend this year at Region
Coach Tara Weddle received 12th Region Coach of the Year honors
Megan Pittman received the Player Legend award and continues to do great things at the Collegiate level
Gena Beth Cravens a Freshman was selected to the All-Region Team. She was the only Freshman selected. 

Jake Smith and Breece Hayes received All-Region Academic honors.
The Rebs have been well-represented at Region Honors this year.
 

CCMS SPORTS ccms

CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK
Tuesday 3/7 - Volleyball @ Green County
Thursday 3/9 - Girls/Boys Soccer Home v. Somerset Meece 6:00
Thursday 3/9 - Volleyball @ Adair County
Friday 3/10 - Volleyball Home v. Lincoln County 6:00

CCHS SPORTS CCHS

CCHS SPORTS THIS WEEK
THURSDAY – (3/9) SOFTBALL at Southwestern 6:00
THURSDAY - (3/9)RACQUET REBS B/G at Lincoln Co. 4:30
FRIDAY – (3/10) BASEBALL HOME vs. Boyle Co. 5:30

BID NOTICE: District SEEKING BIDS for ERATE RFP "LDF2017" Public Notice

The complete RFP and required worksheets are located in the Documents section on our Technology Department page:

http://www.casey.kyschools.us/administrativeDepartment.aspx?aid=1

 

#loveKYschools campaign is a huge success! #loveKYschools

Celebrate the state, national, and international achievements of Kentucky’s students and educators through social media and at various live events throughout the year.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY DR. SEUSS dr s

TO HONOR DR. SEUSS, GUEST READERS WILL BE READING TO STUDENTS IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS ON HIS BIRTHDAY, THURSDY, MARCH 2.  THANK YOU TO THE AMERICORPS MEMBERS FOR RECRUITING THE VOLUNTEERS!!  (Click on photo to enlarge)

47th ALL DISTRICT all district

Seven Casey County athletes were named to the 47th All District Regular Season Team last week at the closing of the district tournament hosted at Somerset High School. Outstanding athletes named to the 47th All District Team were chosen by opposing coaches within the district. Students making the team are NATALIE DUGGINS, LAUREN LEE, GENA BETH CRAVENS, SARAH HARNE, JAKE SMITH, BREECE HAYES, AND COLLIN MILLER.  JAKE SMITH also made 47TH ALL DISTRICT TOURNAMENT TEAM 2017.  Congratulations, Rebels and Lady Rebels for representing Casey County well on the court!!! 
(click on photo to enlarge)

TRACK track and field 2-17 a

Any Casey County HIGH SCHOOL, MIDDLE SCHOOL OR ELEMENTARY student interested in competing in TRACK AND FIELD, may contact Coach Jon Vaughn at the high school or by texting 1-859-333-3546.

 

 

CCMS SPORTS ccms

Tuesday 2/28 - Volleyball @ Metcalfe 6:00
Thursday 3/2 - Girls Soccer v. Boys Soccer scrimmage
Friday 3/3 - Volleyball Home v. Hart County 6:00

CCHS SPORTS rowdy

Saturday March 4th:  Baseball Scrimmage at home vs. Harlan Independent  Start time 12 (noon)

Casey County Cal Ripken Leagues Sign Up Ends 3/11/17 CalRipboth

Baseball and Softball Leagues planned for 2017

CCMS SPORTS ccms

Tuesday 2/21 ~ Volleyball @ Taylor County 6:00
Thursday 2/23 ~ Volleyball Home v. Campbellsville 6:00

GT AWARD NOMINATIONS FORM

Casey County Schools is now accepting nominations for the first annual Gifted Education Service and Advocacy Awards.  The purpose of the awards is to provide recognition of exceptional service and/or advocacy in support of educating Casey County’s gifted and talented children and youth within each of our schools.
As a student, parent, educator or community member, you are invited to submit nominations for the awards. Nomination forms can be accessed at www.casey.kyschools.us. A separate application should be completed for each nominee. The completed form may be mailed, faxed, or emailed to:
Supt. Marion Sowders
            1922 North US 127
            Liberty, KY 42539
            phone: 606.787.6941, email: marion.sowders@casey.kyschools.us,
            fax: 606.787.5231
The deadline for nomination forms is March 1, 2017. Please contact the Superintendent’s office if you have any questions.
(Click "Read More" to print form)

District SEEKING BIDS for Insurance NOTICE

Bids will be opened on Friday May 26, 2017, at 11:00 A.M.

District SEEKING BIDS for Soft Drinks NOTICE

Bids will be opened on Monday March 6, 2017, at 1:00 P.M.  

DISTRICT TOURNAMENT district tourn

2017 47TH DISTRICT BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT***ADMISSION $6.
0KHSCA COACHES CARD ADMITS CARD HOLDER ONLY!
KHSAA ADMINISTRATOR CARD ADMITS THE SAID CARDHOLDER PLUS FAMILY
***TEAM, CHEER, BAND, BUS DRIVERS…ALL ADMITTED FREE. MUST ENTER THE BUILDING WITH THOSE GROUPS. THE GATE WILL BE AT THE CAFETERIA ENTRANCE OFF OF HAWKINS STREET.
ENTRY GATES – PLAYERS, CHEERLEADERS MUST ENTER THROUGH THE PASS GATE EVEN ON THE NIGHTS THAT YOUR SCHOOL IS NOT PLAYING IN ORDER TO RECEIVE FREE ADMISSION.
LADY REBS PLAY OPENING ROUND - MONDAY (2/20) AT 6:30
REBS PLAY OPENING ROUND - WEDNESDAY (2/24) AT 7:00

ALL GAMES PLAYED AT SOMERSET

(Click on the photo for the tournament schedule).

CCMS SPORTS CCMS

CCMS THIS WEEK
Tuesday 2/14 - Volleyball v. Adair County 6:00
Thursday 2/16 - Volleyball v. Russell County 6:00
Friday 2/17 - Volleyball v. Danville Bate 6:00

CCHS SPORTS cchs

CCHS SPORTS THIS WEEK
MONDAY - VARSITY BOYS AT DANVILLE 7:30
TUESDAY – (14TH) BOYS AT HOME VS. TAYLOR COUNTY 6 & 7:30
THURSDAY – (16TH) LADY REBS AT DANVILLE 6 &7:30
FRIDAY – (17TH) SENIOR NIGHT DOUBLE HEADER VS. LINCOLN COUNTY 6 & 7:30

GAMES CANCELED CCHS

The Lady Rebels vs Mercer County at Mercer County will NOT be played this evening (2-10).
The Lady Rebels vs Holmes Saturday Night is CANCELLED

SENIOR NIGHT CCHS

SENIOR NIGHT FOR WINTER ATHLETICS WILL TAKE PLACE ON FEB. 17TH AND ACTIVITIES WILL BEGIN SHORTLY AFTER THE GIRLS GAME WITH LINCOLN COUNTY.
SENIORS TO BE RECOGNIZED ARE:
LADY REBEL BASKETBALL
REBEL BASKETBALL
CHEER
BAND
AFROTC

CCHS SPORTS cchs

TUESDAY (FEB. 7TH) LADY REBS @ BOYLE CO. 6/7:30
REBS @ GARRARD 6/7:30
FRIDAY (FEB. 10TH) LADY REBS @ MERCER CO. 6/7:30

CCMS SPORTS ccms

Thursday 2/9 Volleyball v. Green County 6:00
Friday 2/10 Volleyball @ Hart County 6:00

ALL-DISTRICT BAND band

The following students from the Casey County Middle & High School Bands auditioned and were selected to perform with the Lake Cumberland All-District Band at Somerset High School Saturday, February 4 at  7:00 PM.  Everyone is invited and admission is free!!
Blake Terwilliger – 1st Overall Chair Sr. Keyboard
Tyler Skaggs – 2nd Overall Chair Sr. Keyboard
Chloe Smith – 4th Overall Chair Sr. Keyboard
Shayla Brown – 2nd Trumpet Part
Kembree Eaves – 3rd Trumpet Part
Kayla Goad – 2nd Clarinet Part
Hannah Salyers – 3rd Clarinet Part
Blake Wethington – 2nd Overall Jr. French Horn
Maggie Luttrell – 5th Overall Jr. Flute
Gustavo Tomas – 3rd Overall Jr. Trombone
Emily Frazier – 1st Overall Jr. Bari Sax
Walker Campbell – 1st Overall Jr. Trumpet
Allison Cochran – 1st Overall Jr. Alto Saxophone
Shelby Emerson – 1st Overall Jr. Percussion
Austin Williams – 2nd Overall Jr. Percussion
Jacob Williams – 8th Overall Jr. Percussion
Madison Sherouse – 2nd Overall Jr. Clarinet
Anna Howard – 5th Overall Jr. Clarinet
Alyssa Russell – 2nd Clarinet Part
We are so proud of all of our students who auditioned!!!
EXCELLENCE KEEPS  MOVING!!

CCMS CONFERENCE ccms

Seventh Grade CCMS Boys Basketball team will advance to the conference championship game. They will play Thursday (January 26th) at Campbellsville. Casey vs Russell County 6:00.
GOOD LUCK!

CCHS MONDAY cchs

Lady Rebs at home tonight.
JV/V
6:00 & 7:30 start times.
Join us and cheer on the ladies vs. Garrard Co.

CCMS SPORTS ccms

CCMS This week in Sports
Tuesday 1/24 ~ Boys Basketball v. Metcalfe @ Campbellsville 7th grade 6:00 ~ 2nd round CKMSAC Conference Playoffs
Thursday 1/26 ~ Boys Basketball v. TBD @ Campbellsville 7th grade 6:00 ~ Championship CKMSAC Conference Playoffs
Friday 1/27 ~ Volleyball @ Lincoln 6:00

CCMS SPORTS ccms

Boys basketball will begin the conference playoffs Friday, January 20th at Campbellsville for 7th and 8th grade at 6:00 PM. The 6th grade conference tournament is Saturday at Campbellsville 11:30 AM. 

CCMS TODAY ccms

TUESDAY, JANUARY 17
CCMS Boys Basketball at home tonight v. Russell County. 5:30 6th grade game. 7th and 8th grade game following. Tonight is 8th grade night!

GOOD LUCK!!

SPORTS TODAY rowdy

TUESDAY, JANUARY 17
LADY REBS at home tonight vs Pulaski.
JV 6p.m. Varsity 7:30
REBS on the road at Boyle tonight!
JV 6:00 Varsity 7:30
GO REBS! 

 

SPELLING BEE bee 2017

The Casey County portion of the Kentucky Derby Spelling Bee was held January 12, 2017 at Farmers Deposit Bank.  The winner was SAMANTHA NOE, a sixth grader at Walnut Hill.  Samantha will compete at the KY Derby Spelling Bee on March 11th in Louisville.  Runner up was CHLOE COLYER, a fourth grader at Jones Park.  The bee was sponsored by Farmers Deposit Bank and Community Ed.  (click on picture)
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!

CASEY YOUTH COALITION asap ballgame night

The CASEY YOUTH COALITION (CYC) participated in "ASAP Night at the Ballgame" on Friday, January 6, 2017.  Pictured are Kylie Cosner, Delaney Sowders, Chelsea Griffin and Savannah Owens.  The students distributed information about Tobacco Free Campuses and conducted a survey concerning drugs, alcohol and tobacco.  Upon completing the survey, Rebel and Lady Rebel fans were thanked by receiving a free megaphone to be filled with popcorn at the concession stand.  The event was sponsored by ASAP (Agency for Substance Abuse Policy) and Drug Free Communities.   (click on picture)

CCHS SPORTS CCHS

THIS WEEK IN SPORTS
JAN. 9 THRU 14
MONDAY – REBELS AT MADISON CENTRAL 8 p.m. 
TUESDAY – LADY REBELS AT WHITLEY COUNTY (JV 6) Varsity 7:30 p.m.
REBELS AT ANDERSON COUNTY (JV 6) Varsity 7:30 p.m.
FRIDAY – REBELS/LADY REBELS AT ROCKCASTLE 6/7:30 p.m.
SATURDAY – REBELS HOME VS. WEST JESSAMINE (JV 6) Varsity 7:30
On the year… Ladies are 15-3 and 3-1 in District Play
Rebels are 5-10 and 3-1 in District Play

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CCMS This week in Sports
Monday 1/9~Boys Basketball Home v. Adair County 5:30
Tuesday 1/10~Boys Basketball Home v. Somerset 5:30
Thursday 1/12~Boys Basketball Home v. Taylor County 5:30

DISTINGUISHED YOUNG WOMAN sarah

Sarah Elizabeth Harne, Casey County's 2017 Distinguished Young Woman, will be participating at the state program on January 13-14, 2017, at the Singletary Center for the Arts in Lexington, KY. When asked about her journey, Sarah shared, "I am so honored by the opportunity to represent my hometown at the state level. I absolutely love my hometown, and I have been absolutely overwhelmed by the amazing support I have received from my friends, family and community. Thank you, Casey County!"  Congratulations and Good Luck, Sarah!!
Excellence Keeps Moving!

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THIS WEEK IN SPORTS
1/2 THRU 1/7
TUESDAY 3RD – Lady Rebs home vs. Marion Co. 6/7:30
Rebels away vs. Wayne Co. (Varsity only)
FRIDAY 6TH – Rebels and Lady Rebels home vs. Somerset 6/7:30
TONIGHTS GAMES WILL BE PLAYED AS SCHEDULED!
GO CASEY!!

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CCMS This week in Sports
Tuesday 1/3 ~ Boys Basketball Home v. Garrard County 5:30
Thursday 1/5 ~ Boys Basketball Home v. Russell County 5:30
Saturday 1/7 ~ Boys Basketball 6th grade Conference Tournament @ Campbellsville

The game scheduled for January 5th at Russell County will be played at Casey County Tuesday, January 17.

ACADEMIC HONORS xc

Congratulations to the CCHS girls cross-country team.  The entire team earned Academic  All-State Team Honors.  The girls were also the Region 5-2A 2016 Regional Champions.  Pictured front row:   Elsa Diaz, Alyssa Sharp, Morgan Crowe and Haley Lynn.  Back row: Laura Cuin, Jenna Vaughn and MacKenzie Cundiff.  Click on picture to enlarge.
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING       

Casey County Schools Substitute Training Substitute training

 

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017 at 8:30 a.m.

Casey County Board Annex

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THIS WEEK IN SPORTS (12/12 thru 12/17)
TUESDAY – BOYS/GIRLS DOUBLE HEADER @ SOMERSET  6/7:30
FRIDAY – BOYS/GIRLS DOUBLE HEADER HOME VS. ROCKCASTLE 6/7:30
SATURDAY – GIRLS VS. SOUTH LAUREL AT ADAIR COUNTY
 6/7:30

MUSIC DEPARTMENT band

Join the Casey County School's Music Department for an evening of entertainment at the Lights of Liberty Theater on Thursday, December 15th at 7:00 pm.  Admission:  an unopened toy for Toys for Tots.
(click on the flyer for more information)

CCMS SPORTS ccms

CCMS This week in Sports
Tuesday 12/13 - Boys Basketball @ Boyle
Thursday 12/15 - Boys Basketball Home v. Metcalfe 5:30
Friday 12/16 - Boys Basketball Home v. Campbellsville 5:30

CCMS boys basketball game Friday v. Campbellsville has been moved to Campbellsville

CHILI AND REBS! gear up

Gear UP would like to invite families to Chili and the Rebs Math Parent Night on December 16 at the Casey County HIigh School. 
(click on flyer for the schedule and other information)

JONES PARK jpe

JONES PARK ELEMENTARY will host  Winter Festiival this Friday at the school from 6pm-9pm.  Join in the fun!!
(click on flyer for information)

CCMS SPORTS CCMS

Monday 12/5
Boys Basketball @ Adair
Tuesday 12/6
Boys Basketball @ Somerset
Thursday 12/8
Boys Basketball @ Green
Saturday 12/10
Boys Basketball @ Wayne – Holiday Classic

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THIS WEEK IN CCHS SPORTS
TUESDAY – LADY REBELS/REBELS DOUBLE-HEADER @ CLINTON COUNTY 6/7:30
FRIDAY – LADY REBELS AT HOME VS. WAYNE COUNTY 6/7:30
(*IN BETWEEN JV AND VARSITY GAMES…WE WILL HONOR DEBBIE MILLER AND DONALD DURHAM WITH THE RETIREMENT OF THEIR JERSEY’S)
SATURDAY – LADY REBELS @ ANDERSON COUNTY 6/7:30
REBELS @ NORTH LAUREL 11a.m.

CCMS SPORTS ccms

CCMS This week in Sports
Monday 11/28
Boys Basketball @ Metcalfe
Tuesday 11/29
Boys Basketball Home v. Lincoln 5:30
Thursday 12/1
Boys Basketball @ Russell 

 

FOOTBALL WRAP UP football

REBEL WRAP-UP
The Football Rebs wrapped up their season, Runner-Up in the Elite 8- Regional Championship against Corbin. 
Congrats to the Coaching Staff and players on a fantastic season. 
Many thanks, to all of those who made the trip and supported our Boys.
#WeAreCasey

CCHS SPORTS rowdy

TUESDAY- 11/22/2016 REBEL MADNESS!!!
Doors Open at 5p.m.
Festivities kickoff at 6p.m.
Hope to see you there. 
THURSDAY – EAT!!!! HAVE A BLESSED THANKSGIVING!
FRIDAY – SHOP! 

CCMS SPORTS ccms

CCMS This week in Sports
Monday 11/21
Boys Basketball Home v. Marion 5:30
Tuesday 11/22
Boys Basketball @ Southwestern 5:30

KIDS TEAM MAKEOVER! kids team

KidsTeam recently served as a pilot site for the new KY ALLSTARS. They also received “classroom makeovers” for the 2 year old class and the pre-kindergarten class courtesy of KY Race To The Top and the KY Governor’s Office of Early Childhood The total makeover valued at $42,000, included furniture, materials, children’s books and equipment. The classrooms also received new paint and floor coverings provided by the Casey County Board of Education. A ribbon cutting was held in the classrooms on November 18, 2016 with the Chamber of Commerce, state officials, local representatives, parents, KidsTeam children and staff.
(click on picture to enlarge and photo gallery for more pictures)

WREB wreb

WREB TV Broadcasting class at Casey County High School recently visited WLEX-TV Channel 18 studios in Lexington, Kentucky.  Students toured the award winning news department and were able to see first hand a top rated medium market production facility.  During the visit students met many on-air news personalities including Anchors Dia Davidson, Chris Goodman, Angie Bevin, Michael Berk, Claire Crouch and Mereoroligists Tom Ackerman and Seth Phillips.
(Click on photo to enlarge)

VARIETY SHOW drama

FIRST EVER THANKSGIVING VARIETY SHOW!!  In memory of Amber Godbey, Casey County Drama and 21st CCLC will present a Thanksgiving Variety Show with a splash of pre-Christmas joy.  Show times are 7:00 p.m. Friday, November 18 and Saturday, November 19 at Lights of Liberty Theater.  Admission is $6.
Click on the picture for the flyer.

CCMS SPORTS ccms

CCMS This week in Sports
Monday 11/14 - Boys Basketball Home v. Wayne 5:30
CCMS Cheer 12th region competition @ Garrard County
Tuesday 11/15 - Boys Basketball Home v. Boyle 5:30

2016 CHRISTMAS COLLAGE band

Tuesday, December 15th the Casey County Music Department will present 2016 CHRISTMAS COLLAGE at THE LIGHTS OF LIBERTY THEATER at 7:00 p.m..  The performing ensembles are the High School and Middle School Bands, High School Choir, Percussion Ensemble, Jazz Band and the Chamber Ensemble.  The evening will also include pictures with Santa Claus, face painting by the Casey County Colorguard and a Toy for Tots Drive.  Admission is an unopened toy for Toys for Tots.
Click on the picture for the flyer. 

REBEL SPORTS cchs

THIS WEEK IN SPORTS 11/14 THRU 11/19
TUESDAY 11/15 – LADY REBS BASKETBALL AT TAYLOR COUNTY (SCRIMMAGE) 6:00
FRIDAY 11/18 – ELITE 8 REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP. FOOTBALL REBS AT CORBIN. KICKOFF 7:30
SATURDAY 11/19 – LADY REBS BASKETBALL AT ELIZABETHTOWN 4p.m.

REBEL WRAP UP football

CASEY COUNTY FOOTBALL REBELS ADVANCE TO THE ELITE 8 OF KY FOOTBALL WITH THEIR VICTORY OVER ESTILL COUNTY

VETERANS DAY flag

CASEY COUNTY VETERANS are invited to the following school events to honor and thank them for their service to our country.  Walnut Hill Elementary:   Thursday, November 10 ~  program at 9:00 a.m. followed by refreshments.  Jones Park Elementary:  Friday, November 11 ~ Breakfast from 7:20-8:00 a.m.followed by students preforming at 8:30.  Casey County High School:  Friday, November 11 ~ special reception for veterans and family in the library at 1:30 p.m. (reservations requested at 787-2643) followed by the annual program at 2:00 p.m.  Purple Heart recipient and graduate of CCHS, Dustin Gosser will be the guest speaker. 

CCMS CHEER ccms cheer

CCMS cheerleaders placed 2nd at the Somerset Classic Cheer Competition, won the Spirit Award, and Grand Champion.  CONGRATULATIONS!
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!

 

 

CCMS GIRLS CHAMPIONS ccms

CCMS 7th grade girl's basketball team is the regular season champions.  After winning over Campbellsville, they are the conference tournament champions.  They finished the season undefeated in the conference.  CONGRATULATIONS !!

 

CCMS SPORTS ccms

Tuesday 11/1
Girls Basketball v. Campbellsville Conference Championship 7th grade @ Green County 6:00 
Boys Basketball @ Lincoln
Thursday 11/3
Boys Basketball @ Southwestern
Saturday 11/5
Boys Basketball @ Taylor County Jamboree 

From our Band Director band

The Marching Rebels competed in State Semi-Finals Saturday and finished 5th in the state in their class. What our students have done in two years is absolutely incredible and I'm  am extremely proud of them! #ExcellenceKeeps"Marching" :)

FROM OUR SUPERINTENDENT BAND

Congrats to our Marching Rebels!! It is amazing to see where this program has come in such a short time.  Amazing accomplishment!!  We are proud of you!!

FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL REBELS

Our Football Rebs will play host to Powell County in 1st Rd. Playoff Action.
By rules of KHSAA, this is a shared gate with Powell County.
Admission will be $5 for All Students and All Adults
Only Senior Citizen and Military ID will be the only passes accepted at the gate. 
Kickoff will be at 7:30 at Rebel Stadium

CONGRATULATIONS track

Lady RUNNIN' REBS are Regional Champions.
Both Boy's and Girl's Teams are going to STATE!!!

#WeAreCasey

CCMS MADNESS CCMS

The Casey  County Middle School Boys Basketball, Cheerleaders, and Dance Team would like to invite everyone to the 2016 CCMS Rebel Madness this Saturday, Oct. 29th at the Casey County Middle School.  Doors will open at 5:15 with events starting at 6:00.

CCMS STUDENTS

Congratulations to the following CCMS students who were chosen to travel to Somerset Community College and participate in the Science, Math, and Engineering Program:
GEMS:  Abigayle Hatfield, Anna Dangelmaier, Brooklynn Lynn, Madison Sherouse, Madison Thomas, Morgan Smith,  Savannah Twilley
G2TECS: Aiden Gardner, Cameron McAnelly, Dravin Benjamin, Kadin Holtzclaw

EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!
#WeAreCasey

CCMS SPORTS CCMS

CCMS This week in Sports
Monday 10/17 ~ Girls Basketball Home v. Russell County 6:00
Tuesday 10/18 ~ Girls Basketball Home v. Taylor County 5:30 8th grade night
Thursday 10/20 ~ Girls Basketball Home v. Hart County 6:00
Friday 10/21- Saturday 10/22 ~ Girls Basketball 7th grade @ KBA State Tournament Lexington

CHAMPS! 6TH grade bball

The Sixth Grade Girls Basketball Team won the conference tournament!!  Congratulations!!!
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!

 

 

CCHS SPORTS cchs

This week is a big week for Casey County Fall Sports.
Volleyball and Football will both host District Championships.
Hope to see as many Rebel Friendly's at our events as possible.
GO REBS!!!

MONDAY- DISTRICT VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT (SPONSORED BY MONTICELLO BANK AND HOSTED BY CASEY COUNTY) ~ 6p.m. PULASKI COUNTY VS. SOMERSET ~ 8p.m. CASEY COUNTY VS. ROCKCASTLE
TUESDAY – DISTRICT VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT (SPONSORED BY MONTICELLO BANK HOSTED BY CASEY COUNTY)  CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH 7p.m.
FRIDAY – DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP/FOOTBALL AT REBEL FIELD.  FOOTBALL REBELS VS. CORBIN (KICKOFF 7:30p.m.)

CONGRATULATIONS!!

DISTINGUISHED DISTRICT
CASEY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL:  DISTINGUISHED
CASEY COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL:  DISTINGUISHED AND SCHOOL OF DISTINCTION
LIBERTY ELEMENTARY:  DISTINGUISHED
JONES PARK ELEMENNTARY:  DISTINGUISHED AND SCHOOL OF DISTINCTION
WALNUT HILL ELEMENTARY:  DISTINGUISHED AND SCHOOL OF DISTINCTION
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!
#WeAreCasey

CCMS SPORTS ccms

CCMS This week in Sports
Monday 10/10   Girls Basketball Home v. Garrard 5:30
Friday 10/14   Girls Basketball 7th grade @ KBA State Tournament Lexington
Saturday 10/15
Girls Basketball Home 6th grade CKMSAA Conference Tournament 3:00
Girls Basketball 7th grade @ KBA State Tournament Lexington

CCHS SPORTS

MONDAY – VOLLEY REBS @ BOYLE COUNTY 5:30
JV FOOTBALL @ GARRARD COUNTY
GIRLS SOCCER @ SOUTHWESTERN 6:00
TUESDAY – BOYS SOCCER @ WHITLEY COUNTY 6:30
THURSDAY VOLLEY REBS @ RUSSELL COUNTY 5:30
BOYS/GIRLS SOCCER @ PULASKI COUNTY 6:00
FRIDAY – FOOTBALL (HOME) VS. BELL COUNTY 7:30

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MONDAY – VOLLEY REBS @ PULASKI COUNTY 5:30
TUESDAY – VOLLEY REBS (HOME) VS. WAYNE CO. 5:30
GIRLS SOCCER (HOME) VS. SOMERSET  6:00
RUNNIN’ REBS XC AT PULASKI ALLCOMERS
THURSDAY – GIRLS SOCCER @ MCCREARY CENTRAL 6:00
FRIDAY – 
SATURDAY – FOOTBALL REBS @ WARREN CENTRAL (WILL PLAY BALLARD MEMORIAL) KICKOFF 1p.m.

CCMS SPORTS ccms

Monday 9/19
Girls Basketball Home v. Adair 5:30
Tuesday 9/20
Football @ Green
Thursday 9/22
Girls Basketball @ Green 

2016 All Girls Skills Academy
CCMS SPORTS ccms

CCMS This week in Sports
Monday 9/12 - Girls Basketball @ Northern Pulaski
Tuesday 9/13 - Girls Basketball Home v. Metcalfe 5:30
Thursday 9/15 - Girls Basketball @ Russell
Saturday 9/17 - Football Home v. Hart 6:00 8th grade night

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THIS WEEK IN CCHS SPORTS
MONDAY (12TH) – VOLLEY REBS @ LINCOLN COUNTY 5:30
JV FOOTBALL @ SOMERSET 6:00
GIRLS SOCCER @ TAYLOR COUNTY 6:00
BOYS GOLF @ E. JESSAMINE
TUESDAY (13TH) – VOLLEY REBS @ MERCER COUNTY 5:30
BOYS SOCCER @ SOMERSET 7:00
GIRLS GOLF @ BURNSIDE
THURSDAY (15TH) – VOLLEY REBS (HOME) VS. ROCKCASTLE 5:30
RUNNIN’ REBS @ BOYLE CO. INVITATIONAL 
FRIDAY (16TH) – FOOTBALL REBS (HOME)  VS. WASHINGTON COUNTY 7:30
SATURDAY (17TH) – GIRLS GOLF @ DANVILLE RUNNIN’ REBS @ E TOWN “FAIRGROUNDS FRENZY”

CCMS SPORTS

Tuesday 9/6
Football Home v. Adair 6:00
Girls Basketball @ Adair
Thursday 9/8
Girls Basketball @ Somerset Meece
Saturday 9/10
Girls Basketball Home v. Lincoln 1:00

CCHS SPORTS CCMS

THIS WEEK IN CCHS SPORTS
TUESDAY – Volley Rebs @ Somerset 5:30
B Soccer @ Wayne County 7:00
B Golf @ Lincoln County
G Golf @ Lincoln County
THURSDAY – Volley Rebs vs. Pulaski County 5:30
G Soccer vs. Pulaski County 6:00
FRIDAY – Football Revs @ Lincoln County 7:30
SATURDAY – B Golf @ Danville Country Club

CCMS SPORTS CCMS

CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK
Tuesday 8/30
Girls Basketball Home v. Green 6:00
Football @ Campbellsville
Thursday 9/1
Girls Basketball @ Taylor

CCMS SPORTS CCMS

THIS WEEK CCMS SPORTS
Monday 8/22
Girls Basketball Home  v. Meece Middle 5:30
Tuesday 8/23
Girls Basketball @ Lincoln
Football @ Metcalfe
Thursday 8/25
Girls Basketball @ Garrard

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THIS WEEK IN SPORTS
MONDAY (22ND) 
-JV FOOTBALL (H) VS. SOMERSET 6:00
-(G) SOCCER @ WHITLEY COUNTY 7:00

-(B) GOLF AT HICKORY HILLS 5:30
TUESDAY (23RD)
-VOLLEY-REBS @ PULASKI CO. 5:30
THURSDAY (24TH)
-VOLLEY-REBS (H) VS. MERCER CO. 5:30
-(G/B) SOCCER (H) LADIES PLAY MCCREARY CO./BOYS PLAY CLINTON CO.
FRIDAY (26TH)

-VOLLEY-REBS @ BOYLE COUNTY INVITATIONAL
SATURDAY (27TH)
-FOOTBALL AT CAMPBELLSVILLE UNIVERSITY PLAYING GLASGOW 9:00 p.m.
-(G) GOLF @ BOYLE CO. 
-(G) SOCCER @ MARION CO

CCHS SPORTS CCHS

THIS WEEK IN SPORTS
Monday (15th)
– Volley Rebs at Danville 5:30
B Golf at Boyle Co. 
Tuesday (16th) – Volley Rebs (Home) vs. Russell Co. 5:30
B Golf at East Jessamine
Soccer at Lincoln Co. 6:30
Thursday (18th) – Volley Rebs (Home) vs. Boyle Co. 5:30
Friday (19th) – Football @ Powell Co. 7:30

CCMS SPORTS ccms

CCMS This week in Sports
Tuesday 8/16:
Girls Basketball Home  v. Danville 5:30
Football @ Russell 
Saturday 8/20:
Girls Basketball Home v. Norther Pulaski 10:00

CCMS SPORTS CCMS

THIS WEEK CCMS SPORTS
Tuesday 8/9/16

Football Home  v. Taylor County. 6:00 Kickoff

CCHS SPORTS CCHS

THIS WEEK IN SPORTS
AUGUST 8 THRU AUGUST 12
TUESDAY – BOYS GOLF AT HICKORY HILLS GOLF COURSE 5:30
WEDNESDAY – BOYS GOLF AT BOYLE COUNTY
THURSDAY – VOLLEY REBS (SCRIMMAGE @ HOME) VS. GARRARD COUNTY
BOYS GOLF AT BOYLE COUNTY
FRIDAY – FOOTBALL (SCRIMMAGE @ HOME) VS. WEST JESSAMINE 7:30

SPORTS PHYSICAL sports physical

Sports physicals are available to students this summer and are covered 100% by your insurance.  One physical covers all school requirements for the year.  TUESDAY, JUNE 21 AT CASEY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL GYM FROM 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM.
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SOCCER soccer
Girls and boys interested in playing soccer this fall come out and
start conditioning and training with us on Monday, May 16th at 5 pm at Jones Park
CCHS SPORTS ROWDY

Monday 5/16 Softball away at Clinton Co. 6:00
 Baseball home vs. Campbellsville 6:00
Tuesday 5/17  Baseball away at Wayne Co. 6:00
Softball home vs. Burgin 6:00
Thursday 5/19 Softball away at Russell Co. 6:00
Baseball home vs. Boyle Co. 5:30
Friday 5/20 Baseball away at Hart Co. 6:00
Softball away at Adair Co. 6:00

CCMS SPORTS CCMS

CCMS This week in Sports
Monday 5/16~Softball Home v. Danville -8th grade Night
Tuesday 5/17~Softball Home v. Burgin- After H.S. Varsity Game
Saturday 5/21-Sunday 5/22--Baseball @ Green CKMSAC Tournament
Softball @ Lindsey Wilson CKMSAC Tournament

CANCELLED GAMES

BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL GAMES FOR CCMS AND CCHS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED TODAY, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 2016 DUE TO WET FIELDS.

RACKET REBS tennis

RACKET REBS ADVANCE TO REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP!
CARLO MORETTI WINS SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP!
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!

CCMS SPORTS ccms rowdy

CCMS This week in Sports
Monday 5/9  Softball Home v. Green
Baseball Home v. Taylor
Tuesday 5/10  Softball @ Green
Thursday 5/12  Softball Home v. Metcalfe
Baseball Home v. Adair
Friday 5/13  Baseball Home v. Science Hill

CCHS SPORTS ROWDY

MONDAY – RACKET REBS PLAY WAYNE COUNTY IN TEAM REGIONAL PLAY AT BEREA
BASEBALL IS ON THE ROAD AT TAYLOR COUNTY (6:00)
TUESDAY – BASEBALL HOME VS. CLINTON COUNTY
WEDNESDAY – TENNIS REGIONAL TEAM PLAY
THURSDAY – SOFTBALL ON THE ROAD AT CLINTON COUNTY (6:00)
FRIDAY – BASEBALL AT GARRARD COUNTY (6:00)
SOFTBALL AT WAYNE COUNTY (6:00)

SPORTS UPDATE ROWDY

Lady Racket Rebs put up a strong show at the Regional Tournament
Doubles Team of Laci Lee and Sarah Harne advance to STATE!
Amber Pierce advances to STATE in singles play!
Racket Rebs continue to play for Team Region play
Carlo Moretti has advanced to play in singles at STATE!!
Congrats to all of our Tennis Players for fantastic season’s and best of luck to those competing at State. 
Baseball defeated Burgin on the 3rd (Also recognized Seniors) and McCreary Central at home on Friday evening (the 6th) 

CCMS GAMES CANCELED ccms rowdy

Softball and Baseball at Metcalfe for CCMS tonight, Thursday, May 5th are cancelled.

SHREK shrek

Casey County Drama will present Shrek, Jr. the Musical this weekend at Lights of Liberty theater.  Click on the picture for dates and times.  This is going to be fabulous, so come out and enjoy and support our drama students!!  Tickets are on sale now at Lights of Liberty for $6. 

SPORTS UPDATE TENNIS

Lady Rackets wrapped up the regular season last night with a 4-1 victory, over Marion County. 
The Lady Racket Rebs finish the regular season with a 19-2 record. They and the Racket Rebs will continue with Regional Play on Friday at Berea College.
Racket Rebs wrap-up regular season with a 13-7 record.
Congratulations to both programs on a great regular season and Best of Luck at Region!
GO REBS!!

CCHS SPORTS chs

MONDAY 4/18 – GIRLS TENNIS  AT DANVILLE   BASEBALL AT CAMPBELLSVILLE   
TUESDAY 4//19– GIRLS TENNIS (HOME) VS. ROCKCASTLE    BOYS TENNIS AT DANVILLE      BASEBALL (HOME) VS. SOMERSET   SOFTBALL (HOME) VS. SOMERSET
THURSDAY 4/21 – BOYS TENNIS AT MERCER COUNTY    GIRLS TENNIS (HOME) VS. MERCER COUNTY    BASEBALL AT SOMERSET     SOFTBALL AT SOMERSET
FRIDAY 4/22 -     BOYS AND GIRLS TENNIS AT BEREA     BASEBALL VS. MERCER COUNTY
SATURDAY 4/23 – SOFTBALL AT WAYNE COUNTY


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CCMS SPORTS cms

Monday 4/18--Baseball Home v. Campbellsville   Girls Soccer @ Wayne
Boys Soccer @ Science Hill
Tuesday 4/19--Boys Soccer @ North Laurel   Baseball @ Science Hill
Thursday 4/21--Softball Home v. Green   Girls Soccer Home v. Lincoln
  Baseball @ Campbellsville
Friday 4/22--Softball @ Taylor  Baseball @ McCreary
Saturday & Sunday 4/23-4/24 --Softball @ Russell Co. Tournament

CCHS UPDATE

Baseball and Girls Tennis are cancelled tonight, Monday, April 11, 2016.
Boys Tennis will play at home tonight, beginning at 4:45.

CCMS WINS

Baseball won over Adair 7-3 Monday, April 4th.

Girls soccer won their first ever home game 7-4 over McCreary Monday, April 4th.. Thank you to all that contributed for your help, support and hard work for making their home debut a huge success!

EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!

CCHS SPORTS cchs

Sports this week:

BASEBALL on the road at Allen County - Scottsville

CCMS TODAY

Monday, April 4th
CCMS Baseball @ Adair County
Girl's Soccer @ Home v. McQueary County

CCMS BASEBALL

CCMS baseball game for tonight (3/31) v. Metcalfe has been cancelled.

CCMS VOLLEYBALL

CCMS 7th grade Volleyball team plays in the Championship game at Taylor County High School Thursday night (3/31) v. Russell County. 7th grade is the first game so we start at 6:00.   Good Luck!!

BASEBALL baseball

The baseball game scheduled for this evening (3/28) has been cancelled due to field conditions.

CCMS CORRECTION soccer

CCMS Boys and Girls Soccer both will play tonight (3/28/16) at Somerset Christian.  Boys will not play at Somerset on Tuesday.

CCMS SPORTS 3-28-16

Click on the picture for this week's CCMS SPORTS SCHEDULE.

TUESDAY SPORTS

TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 2016

CCMS volleyball at home 6:00
Lady Racket REBS at home 4:45
Diamond REBS at home 6:00
Middle School Softball at home 6:00

CCHS UPDATE

MONDAY, MARCH 14

Boys and Girls Tennis is cancelled today.
Baseball game is cancelled. 

CCMS UPDATE

Thursday's (3/17)  CCMS volleyball game at Taylor has been cancelled.
Saturday (3/19) CCMS Baseball will play at Pulaski.

CCHS SPORTS rowdy

THIS WEEK IN SPORTS
Monday 3/14–Boys and Girls Tennis at home vs. McCreary Central 5:15
Baseball on the Road at Adair County 6:00
Tuesday 3/15– Girls Tennis on the road at Boyle Co. 5:00
Boys Tennis at home vs. Southwestern 5:00
Baseball on the road at Clinton County 6:00
Thursday 3/17 – Boys and Girls Tennis at home vs. Madison Southern 5:30
Baseball on the road at Danville 5:30
Friday 3/18 – Boys and Girls Tennis on the road against West Jessamine at Asbury. 5:00 match time
Baseball at home vs. Garrard County 6:00

CCMS SPORTS

CCMS This week in Sports
Monday 3/14~~Girls Soccer v.  McCreary Central 
Cancelled Home game to be rescheduled
CCMS Volleyball @ Wayne County
Tuesday 3/15~~CCMS Baseball @ Adair
CCMS Volleyball Home v. Russell
Thursday 3/17~~CCMS Volleyball @ Taylor County
Baseball Home v. Garrard
Friday 3/18~~CCMS Volleyball  @ Clinton County

BASEBALL CANCELED baseball

Baseball game at Boyle is cancelled today, Friday, March 11, 2016.

TENNIS CANCELED

The Lady "Racket Rebs" tennis match this evening (3/10)...has been cancelled.

REBS WIN!!! rebs

REBS WIN!!!

SUPPORT THE CASEY COUNTY REBELS TONIGHT!!
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING:
WHEN:  MARCH 8 @ 7:00 PM
WHERE:  PULASKI COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

OPPONENT:  MERCER COUNTY

REBS ADVANCE

REBS ADVANCE!!!
The Rebel Basketball Team got past West Jessamine by a score of 90-68 to advance to the semifinal round of Region.
The Rebs are back in action Monday night (3/7) at 7:45 vs. Boyle County.  The game will be played at Pulaski County.
SAME SEATS, SAME SPIRIT, SAME EFFORT!!  Hope to see you there!!

GO REBS!!

 

TRACK track

From the March 5th weekend: Track –
Girls side: 2nd overall in the 4x800
Allison Dallman finished first in the High Jump
Jenna Vaughn finished second in the 800m
Alyssa Sharp finished second in the mile.
Boys side: 1st in 4x800
Chase Williams and Brandon Banks finished 1 &2 in the mile
Noah Brown and Daniel Norton finished 1 &2 in the 800m
Boys finished 3rd in the 4x400
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!

 

CCMS SPORTS

CCMS This week in Sports
Monday 3/7~~CCMS Volleyball Home v. Hart County
Girls Soccer @ East Jessamine
Tuesday 3/8~~CCMS Volleyball Home v. Green County 
Thursday 3/10~~CCMS Volleyball @ Boyle County
Girls Soccer @ Southern Pulaski
Friday 3/11~~CCMS Volleyball Home v. Clinton County

REGIONALS

GO REBS!  THE TABLE IS SET:  PULASKI  COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL ON MARCH 3RD @ 7:45 P.M.

 

 

CCHS SPORTS

TONIGHT 2/22: Lady Rebels open up District play at Rockcastle
Game time: 6:00p.m.  Opponent: Pulaski County
**Admission is $6, The band will be there, Cheer will be there, Would love to see you there.
TUESDAY 2/23: Rebel Basketball opens up District play at Rockcastle
Game time: 7:30  Opponent: Pulaski County
**Admission is $6, The band will be there, Cheer will be there, Would love to see you there.
WEDNESDAY 2/24: CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND OF DISTRICT. (**ROCKCASTLE IS THE HOST SCHOOL. TYPICALLY, WE AS A DISTRICT LIKE TO STAY AWAY FROM WEDNESDAY NIGHT PLAY. HOWEVER, THIS WAS THE WISHES OF THE HOST SCHOOL)

GOOD LUCK!!

 

CCMS SPORTS CCMS

CCMS This week in Sports
Monday 2/22~~CCMS Volleyball @ Lincoln
Tuesday 2/23~~CCMS Volleyball v. Green @ Home
Thursday 2/25~~CCMS Volleyball @ Campbellsville

2016 47TH DISTRICT TOURNAMENT cchs

Monday February 22nd 6:00 p.m.~~Casey County Girls vs. Pulaski County 
Tuesday February 23rd 7:30 p.m.~~Casey County Boys vs. Pulaski County
Championship Rounds
Wednesday Feb. 24th Girls 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Feb. 24th Boys 7:45 p.m.
Admission:  $6.00 (gates open for ticket sales at 5:00 each evening)
2015-2016 KHSCA Coaches Card admits Holder Only! KHSAA administrator card admits the Principal, Athletic Director, Superintendent PLUS FAMILY.
Rockcastle will not be accepting KY Football Coaches Association Cards or any other form of pass. 
Those with Coaches Cards, Administrators’ cards will be required to also sign in when presenting their card. Team, Cheer, Band bus drivers admitted Free. Must enter with those groups at the time the groups enter the building.
Seating area for band will be determined by tournament director.
No Signs, Confetti, or Noisemakers of any kind will be accepted.
Adult Hospitality Room – Pass needed for entry. Adults Only. One visit per night. Open at halftime of game 1, between games 1 & 2 and halftime of game 2 on nights 1 and 2 of the tournament. 
Parking – All team, cheer, and band buses must park in the front bus loop and enter through main front doors of the school. Those that have tournament parking passes will use the lot directly in front of the school and enter through the main front doors of school. Those without an admission pass, KHSCA 15-16 Coaches Card, or KHSAA Adminstrators card, must pay when entering. 
Cheer – Cheerleaders will occupy the end zones designated by the tournament manager. Cheer warm-ups are to avoid the court during pre-game warm-ups for safety concerns and lack of space. 

FOOTBALL COACH football

There will be a "Meet and Greet" for Football Coach Stonebraker this Thursday, February 18 at 7:00 at the Gateway Park Youth and Community Center.  We are encouraging everyone to attend - players, parents, boosters, coaches, teachers, administrators, community leaders.
Mr. Scott Floyd has arranged this event for the new coach.  Mrs. Ronda Wilson and Mrs. Jessica Floyd are taking care of refreshments.  Finger foods and desserts will be served.  Everyone who is involved with the football program and willing to help with the food, please email or text Mrs. Wilson (606-303-1618; rondawilson@windstream.net). 
Welcome, Coach Stonebraker!!

 

REBEL BASKETBALL rebels

The High School Basketball game at Central Hardin tonight has been cancelled.  (Friday, February 12, 2016)

CCMS VOLLEYBALL vball

CCMS volleyball game at home v hart co for tonight (Friday, February 12, 2016) has been cancelled and will be rescheduled.

CCMS UPDATE

CCMS boys basketball won over Hart County both 7th and 8th grade in conference playoffs.  CONGRATULATIONS!!   
Thursday 1/28~~Boys Basketball Conference Playoffs Home v. Hart County.  7th and 8th grade 6:30 start time
Friday 1/29~~Boys Basketball Conference Playoffs Home v. Taylor County.  7th and 8th grade 6:00 start time

CCHS UPDATE cchs

Girls game tonight (Jan. 28) vs SOUTHWESTERN JV/V 6/7:30
Boys game Friday HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

CCMS THIS WEEK ccms

CCMS This week in Sports
Monday 1/18~~Boys Basketball 8th grade night  Home v. Hart County
Thursday 1/21~~Boys Basketball Conference Playoffs Home v. Hart County
Friday 1/22-Sunday 1/24~~6th Grade Boys Basketball KBA State Tournament Lexington, KY

THIS WEEK IN SPORTS CCHS

CASEY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULE
Jan. 19 – Boy/Girl Double-header At Pulaski County
Jan. 20 – Rebels on the road vs. Holmes H.S. (Toyota Classic in Scott Co.)
Jan. 22 – Lady Rebels at home vs. East Jessamine game time 6/7:30
Jan. 23 – Lady Rebels at home vs. Madison Central 6/7:30

CCMS Wrap up ccms

CCMS REBEL WRAP-UP
Jan. 2 through Jan. 9
CCMS Rebel Basketball 8th grade went 3-0 with wins over Green, Lincoln, and Russell. 7th grade went 1-2 with a win over Green. 6th grade went 3-0 with wins over Green, Lincoln, and Russell. 
8th grade is #1 in the west of the CKMSAA conference and 2nd overall in the conference. They have an overall record of 9-9 on the year. 7th grade has an overall record of 3-15.  6th grade still remains undefeated in conference play. 6th grade has an overall record of 16-4 on the year. 

CCHS THIS WEEK ROWDY

THIS WEEK IN SPORTS
Tuesday the 12th – Lady Rebels @ Whitely County (Varsity only)   * Rebels @ Madison Central
Friday the 15th – Boy/Girl Doubleheader vs. Rockcastle 6/7:30
Lady Rebs 6 o’clock with the Rebs to follow
Saturday the 16th – Rebels @ West Jessamine 6/7:30

CCHS WRAP-UP

 

REBEL WRAP-UP
Jan. 2 through Jan. 9
Rebel Basketball went 2-4 dropping two games to Bardstown and Wayne County. However, the Rebs picked up BIG District wins over Rockcastle and Somerset.
Lady Rebel Basketball was 1-4 last week, dropping hard fought contests against Rockcastle, Marion, and Somerset. The Lady Rebels picked up the win against Adair County. 
Cheerleaders hosted another fantastic “Dancing With The Rebels Event.” Thanks again to everyone who came out in support. The event was a lot of fun and thanks for your support of the Cheerleaders and all of those who worked hard to make the event GO.

 

CCMS SPORTS ccms

CCMS This week in Sports
Monday 1/11~Boys Basketball @ Adair
Tuesday 1/12~Boys Basketball Home v. Garrard
Friday 1/15~Boys Basketball @ Taylor
Saturday 1/16~6th Grade Boys Basketball Tournament Home @ Casey Middle School & High School

Disney's Jungle Book Kids jungle book

Students in grades K-5 had the opportunity to participate in a Winter Theatre Camp for Children at the Lights of Liberty Theater during Christmas break.  They will be performing DISNEY'S THE JUNGLE BOOK KIDS on January 8th at 6:00 and 7:30 pm and on January 9th at 2:00 pm.  Tickets are on sale at the Lights of Liberty Theater for $6.  The camp was sponsored by Lights of Liberty Theater and The Casey County Community Theatre.  For information, contact the directors: Karey Sellers at 303-2007 or Rita Sweeney at 706-0315.

DANCING WITH THE REBELS

Dancing with the rebels will take place at 6:00 PM at the CCHS gymnasium. There will be a silent auction as well as a live auction included in the nights festivities. This year, 10 cheerleader/celebrity couples have worked together to create a 50s, disco, and freestyle dance. There will be judges there; however, the audience will have two different opportunities to place votes for their favorite couple. Votes will be sold for a dollar a ticket and can be contributed to each couple, and at the end of the night we will have an audience choice award as well.   Don't miss out on this awesome event… fun for all ages and we promise to entertain! 
(Click on Photo Gallery to the right and then small arrow at the top of first picture for photos of contestants.  Names are under the photos.)

 

CCHS SPORTS

Monday 1/4: Lady Rebs on the road at Marion County 6/7:30
Tuesday1/5: Rebs at home vs. Wayne County 6/7:30
Friday1/8: Rebs/Lady Rebs on the road at Somerset 6/7:30
Saturday 1/9: Lady Rebs on the road at Adair County 4:15
Saturday 1/9: Cheerleaders host Dancing With the Rebels 6:00 
CCHS gymnasium

CCMS SPORTS ROWDY

Monday 1/4~~Boys Basketball Home v. Green
Tuesday 1/5~~Boys Basketball Home v. Lincoln
Thursday 1/7~~Boys Basketball Home v. Russell 

REBEL SPORTS ROWDY

BEFORE THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY, BOTH THE LADY REBS AND REBS FINISHED THE “SMOKY MOUNTAIN CLASSIC” 2-1
12/27/2015 The Lady Rebs won their opener in the Titan Holiday Classic. Defeating Owensboro Apollo
12/27/2015 The Rebels won their opener in the Lake Cumberland Holiday Classic. Defeating Hughes H.S. out of Cincinnati, OH
Both teams continue play in the Titan and Lake Cumberland tournaments today (12/28).
Rebels vs. Southwestern tonight (12/28) at 8:30 (@Southwestern)
Lady Rebels vs. Boyle County tonight (12/28) at 7:30 (@Mercer County)

DRAMA GRADES K-5 jungle book

Disney's THE JUNGLE BOOK KIDS will be offered as a winter drama camp at Lights of Liberty Theater for all students in Kindergarten through 5th grade.  The camp will be for three days beginning December 29th from 9:00 am - Noon.  Performances will be on January 8th at 6:00 pm and 7:30 pm with a matinee on January 9th at 2:00 pm.  Registration fee is $20 and includes a t-shirt and snacks.  For more information, click on the flyer picture. 

CCMS SPORTS rowdy

Nothing is scheduled until after the holiday break.
Merry Christmas and Happy New year!
Monday 1/4~~Boys Basketball Home v. Green
Tuesday 1/5~~Boys Basketball Home v. Lincoln
Thursday 1/7~~Boys Basketball Home v. Russell 

HOLIDAY HOOPS rowdy

Sports throughout the Holidays:
Rebel basketball at Gatlinburg (Smoky Mountain Christmas Classic)
Game 1: 8:30p.m. vs. Gatlinburg Pittman (Dec. 21st)
Lady Rebels Basketball at Gatlinburg (Smoky Mountain Christmas Classic)
Game 1: 1:00 p.m. vs. Jenkins (Dec. 21st)
Lady Rebels Basketball at Mercer County (Titan Holiday Classic) vs. Apollo (Dec. 28th)
Rebel basketball at Lake Cumberland Holiday Hoops Classic
Game 1: vs. Hughes H.S. (Cincinnati, OH) Games to be played at various sites throughout Pulaski County (Somerset, Southwestern, Pulaski County H.S.)

CCHS SPORTS cchs

This week's CCHS Sports schedule:
Tuesday, Dec. 15: Boy/Girl Double-header vs. Somerset (at Home)
Game times 6/7:30 
Girls 6:00 o’clock
Boys 7:30

MUSIC

Rachael Corrone was nominated for accomplishments in music.  See the UPWARD BOUND article below.
CONGRATULATIONS, RACHAEL!!

SCIENCE sarah

Sarah McDonald was nominated for accomplishments in science.  See the UPWARD BOUND article below.
CONGRATULATIONS, SARAH!!

SERVICE jessica

Jessica King was nominated for accomplishments in service.  See the UPWARD BOUND article below.
CONGRATULATIONS, JESSICA!!

SCIENCE

Jesse Kaelin Lee was nominated for accomplishments in science.  See the UPWARD BOUND article below.
CONGRATULATIONS, KAELIN!!

UPWARD BOUND

RICHMOND, Ky. – Four students from Casey County were recently honored by Eastern Kentucky University for their accomplishments in the fields of science, service, and music with 2015 Berea College Pinnacle Scholars Awards of Excellence.
     EKU Upward Bound Coordinator Becca Morrison nominated Casey County seniors Sarah McDonald (Science), Kaelin Lee (Science), Jessica King (Service), and Rachael Corrone (Music), Berea College faculty and staff reviewed the submissions and selected the top students to receive the award in each area. McDonald, Lee, King and Corrone were chosen out of more than 400 nominees and were honored at a formal awards ceremony November 21st.
    
When you see these students, please congratulate them!!!  EKM!!

CCMS SPORTS ccms

This week's CCMS sports schedule:

Monday 12/14~~Boys Basketball Home v. Campbellsville
Thursday 12/17~~Boys Basketball @ Metcalf

CHRISTMAS CONCERT band

The Casey County Band will present a Christmas Concert December 17 at 6:30 pm.  The concert will be held in the Casey County High Schools gym. 
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!

21ST CENTURY CHRISTMAS

The 21st Century Community Learning Centers at the Casey County High School and Middle school will be hosting a Christmas Celebration on December 17, 2015.  There will be a bake sale and silent auction to raise funds for the After School Programs.  Donations are now being accepted in the form of items for baskets and baked goods. 
The Christmas Celebration will offer a chili supper, bake sale, silent auction, student performances andTitle1 information.
The band concert will follow.

Click on the flyer for more information.
 

DRAMA PRESENTATION drama

Casey County Schools Drama Program will present a Holiday Showcase at Lights of Liberty Theater on Friday, December 11 at 7:30 pm and Saturday, December 12 at 2:00 pm.  Tickets are now available at the Lights of Liberty Theater for $6.00.  Enjoy the many talents of our Casey County students!! 

KYA PREMIERE

Congratulations to Casey County Premiere Y-Club!!! (front row) Sadie Edwards, Dalton Weddle, Coleman Wright, Mollie Harne, Natalie Pierce, and Ashlee McDaniel (back row) Logan Stephens, Blake Caudill, Madison Hale, Gracie Wilson, Emilee Spears, Audie Stonecypher, and Ryland Gilpin. These 6th grade students represented us well with class and excellence at the KY YMCA Kentucky Youth Assembly held on December 6-8 at the Crowne Plaza in Louisville, KY. Their Premiere bill passed and was presented to the KYA Governor, Drew Beecham (Corbin MS). This bill would require all newly purchased Kentucky State Police cruisers to be equipped with ballistic resistant materials. Also, a special congratulations to Dalton Weddle who was named Outstanding Delegate. Job well done, students!!! 

CCHS SPORTS cchs

THIS WEEK IN SPORTS
Monday 12-7 – The Rebels suffered a hard fought loss against regional foe, Southwestern
Thursday 12-10 – Boys Basketball vs. Mercer County (freshmen if possible at 5:30) if no Freshmen game…Junior Varsity 6 Varsity 7:30
Friday 12-11 – Girls (Varsity) 6 p.m. vs. Pulaski County Boys  (Varsity) 7:30 vs. Pulaski County
Saturday 12-12 – Girls JV/Varsity 6/7:30 vs. Danville

CCMS SPORTS rowdy

CCMS This week in Sports
Monday 12/7~~Boys Basketball Home v. Adair
Thursday 12/10~~Boys Basketball @ Green
Saturday 12/12~~Boys Basketball @ Danville

High School Sports cchs

Tuesday, Dec. 1 the Rebels and Lady Rebels kickoff basketball season with a Boy/Girl double-header vs. Clinton Co. Game times: 6/7:30 (varsity games)
These games will be played at **LIBERTY GYM.**
Thursday Dec. 3 : Lady Rebels vs. Anderson County @ CCHS 6/7:30 (jv/v)
Friday Dec. 4 : Lady Rebels vs. Wayne County @ Wayne Co. 6:00 p.m. (varsity only)
Saturday Dec. 5 : Rebels vs. Caverna @ CCHS 6/7:30 (jv/v)

CCMS SPORTS ccms

Monday 11/30~~Boys Basketball Home v. Metcalfe
Tuesday 12/1~~Boys Basketball @ Lincoln
Tuesday 12/1~~Academic Team @ Science Hill
Thursday 12/3~~Boys Basketball @ Russell 

CCMS SPORTS ccms

Monday 11/23 ~~ Boys Basketball @ Campbellsville
Tuesday 11/24 ~~ Boys Basketball Home v. Danville

BAND AT UK band at UK

On November 21st the Casey County Marching Band participated in the Marching with the Wildcats event at Commonwealth Stadium. The Marching Rebels took the field with over 1,200 students from the University of Kentucky and across the state.   EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!

DELEGATION OF EXCELLENCE

Casey County High School Y Club was recognized as a Delegation of Excellence at the KYA Conference.  EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!

KYA LT. GOVERNOR austin

Austin T. Harne served as Lt. Governor at the recent KYA Conference.  CONGRATULATIONS!

KYA OUTSTANDING DELEGATE NOAH

Noah Laman was voted Outstanding Delegate at the KYA Conference.  CONGRATULATIONS!

KYA PREMIER SPEAKER ELECT

Catherine McAninch was elected to serve as Premiere Speaker of the House at 2016 HS KYA #1.  CONGRATULATIONS!!

KYA BILL PASSED kya bill passed

At the KYA Conference, Olivia Meece, Alyssa Jones & Kylie Cosner presented a bill requiring all factulty and staff be CPR certified/trained.  Their bill passed the Premiere House & Senate.  CONGRATULATIONS!!

Casey County Robotics Team - YEAH!!!!

Robotic Skills Champion, Teamwork Challenge Champion, and Design Champion

ALL STATE FINALS sarah

Congratulations to Sarah McDonald for advancing to the final round of All-State Band Auditions.  Sarah is a CCHS senior and plays the flute in the Casey County Band.  GOOD LUCK, SARAH!!

OUTSTANDING DELEGATION

Casey County Y Club was recognized as a DELEGATION OF EXCELLENCE at  the KYA Conference. 
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!

OUTSTANDING PARLIAMENTARIAN marlie

Marlie Blake was voted Outstanding Parliamentarian at the KYA Conference.  Congratulations!!

OUTSTANDING DELEGATE r mills

Rebekah Mills was voted an Outstanding Delegate at the KYA Conference.  Congratulations!

BILL SIGNED

At the KYA Conference, bill writers Gena Beth Cravens and Rebekah Cochran presented a bill to lower the age of blood donors to 15 years old with parent permission.  The bill passed the House of Representatives and Senate.  It was signed by the KYA Governor.  Congratulations!

CCMS BASKETBALL ccms basketball

CCMS Boys Basketball won all three games Tuesday, November 17th  at Garrard County.
6th grade won 52-18. 7th grade won 50-29. 8th won 50-35.
CONGRATULATIONS!! 

THIS WEEK IN SPORTS ROWDY

THIS WEEK IN SPORTS
TUESDAY THE 17TH – GIRLS BASKETBALL SCRIMMAGE AT HOME START TIME 6 p.m.
FRIDAY THE 20TH – REBEL MADNESS!! START TIME 6 p.m.

REBEL WRAP UP rowdy

REBEL WRAP-UP
Rebel Football wrapped up their season with a second-round playoff loss to Corbin, Friday night. Our many thanks to the senior and best of luck into the future.
Rebel Cheer locked up a bid to Nationals on Saturday…finishing 3rd at the qualifier in Lexington. Best of luck to Coaches and student-athletes at Nationals.

CCMS this week rowdy

Tuesday 11/17
Boys Basketball @ Garrard
Academic Team  V. Wayne Home

THIS WEEKEND SPORTS

FRIDAY ~~ Football team travels to Corbin tonight for a 7:30 kickoff (At Corbin)
SATURDAY ~~ Rebel Basketball will host a scrimmage at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow (HOME)
Cheer competes at 1:03 in Lexington @ Rupp Arena

ALL KENTUCKY TEAM logan

Congratulations to Logan Stephens for being selected to the 6th Grade All KY Team. He was picked as one of the top 40 6th grade football players in the state to play on this team.
Y.E.S.

CROSS COUNTRY cross country 2015

The Runnin’ Rebs Cross Country Team traveled to Lexington to compete in the State Meet. Both teams ran strong to finish out the year. On the girl’s side of things…the ladies finish the season with a 4th place finish overall in the State. The boy’s had multiple runners finish with a personal best. Best of luck to Evelyn Moore in the future, as she is the lone senior and forever a Rebel!!

CCMS SPORTS rowdy

CCMS ~ THIS WEEK IN SPORTS
Monday 11/9  ~ Somerset Christian  V.  Academic Team Home
Friday 11/13 ~ Boys Basketball @ Rockcastle
Saturday 11/14 ~ Boys Basketball @ Rockcastle
GOOD LUCK, CCMS!!

 

CCMS UPDATE rowdy

CCMS CHEER finished 1st overall in their division at Somerset Classic. They also won overall spirit award and best choreography. A big congratulations to our CCMS cheer squad and coaches.
The CCMS 7th Grade Boys Basketball went 1-1 in a tournament at Taylor County this weekend with 6th grade going 2-0. The 8th grade fell short 0-2.

FOOTBALL football

A big congratulations to the Rebel football team for a big time win in the playoffs.  The boys defeated Breathitt county 42- 14 to get the 2nd ever playoff win for our football program.  We will play next week at Corbin in the 2nd round.  Good Luck!!

Runnin' Rebs Finish Strong

The Runnin' Rebs finished the season "Rebel Proud." On the ladies side of things...The Girls finished with an overall, 4th place finish in Class 2A. All seven runners for the girls, finished with season best's.
Jenna Vaughn 20:59.74
Evelyn Moore 21:27.99
Laura Cuin 21:34.58
Alyssa Sharp 21:35.80
Breanna Davison 21:45.44
Morgan Crowe 22:33.10
Whitney Clements 22:39.55
The boys had a strong showing at State as well. The boys have zero graduating from the team and have set goals to better themselves for next year's State run.
Times for the boys:
Chase Williams 17:52.43
Noah Brown 18:11.07
Daniel Norton 18:45.90
Brandon Banks 18:47.71
Nate Goode 19:13.53
Galyn Amos 19:47.16
Harley Byrd 21:25.56
Daniel Norton, Brandon Banks, and Nate Goode ran for "personal record" times.
The Runnin' Rebs ran proudly for their school and community. Garnering respect from competition coach Wesley Reith (Knox Central) who said, "It is easy to see that Casey County has a well-established Cross Country Program."
The future looks very bright for these student-athletes. The road to next year begins...NOW!

Survive and Advance!

The Football Rebels went on the road to Breathitt County and won their second playoff game in school history. Walking into Holcomb Athletic Complex can be an intimidating feeling. However, the Rebels proved that we have some pride and are looking to build our own traditions. Congratulations to the Rebs as they live to see another day in the playoffs.

This week in Sports! rowdy

Football travels to Breathitt County Friday evening for a first round playoff matchup. Kickoff at 7:30
Cross Country competes in the State Meet, Saturday. 2A Girls take their mark at 11:30 a.m. and the Boys at 12:15. State Meet is held at the Kentucky Horse Park.
Best of luck to these programs in the post season!!

CROSS COUNTRY cross country

The Casey County Varsity XC Teams had historical achievements this weekend.  For the first time ever in the same season, the Boys’ Varsity Team and the Girls’ Varsity Team qualified for the KHSAA State Cross Country Championships which will take place in Lexington this Saturday (Nov. 7) at the Kentucky Horse Park.  The girls received a runner's up trophy and will be going to State ranked in the top ten in the whole state going in to the competition.  Alyssa Sharp received a sixth place medal and Chase Williams finished in the top ten at regionals.
This is their third consecutive appearance, while this is the second ever team appearance in State competition for the boys.
We are very proud of these student athletes for all of their hard work.

Great job!!!  Excellence Keeps Moving!!

CCMS REBELS BASKETBALL ccms basketball

Saturday, November 7th Boys Basketball Season Begins!!Boys Basketball Tournament @ Taylor County
Good Luck!  Have a safe, winning season!!
(click on picture for schedule)

 

MARCHING REBELS band

From our band director, Mr. Jordan Williams:
YOUR Casey County Marching Rebels competed this weekend in state competition for the first time since 1999 and only the second time in school history. They had a remarkable performance and once again set a new school record. The Marching Rebels finished their first year back in competition ranked 13th in the state!! I am so proud of our students, staff, administration, parents and community for supporting our kids. This is just the beginning! Go Rebs!
Excellence Keeps Moving!


 

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS !! basketball

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CASEY COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL'S 8TH GRADE GIRL'S BASKETBALL TEAM.  THEY ARE THE CHAMPIONS OF THE CKMSAA CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS REGULAR SEASON AND TOURNAMENT!!
Y.E.S.

RUNNIN' REBS TO STATE!

Over the weekend...The Casey County Boy/Girl Cross Country Team's ran their way to State. Both teams have qualified for the State Meet at the Kentucky Horse Park and the girls brought home hardware with a Runner-up finish at Region.
Best of luck to both teams in their bid for a State Title.

CCMS TO CHAMPIONSHIP BBALL

The CASEY COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL'S EIGHTH GRADE GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM IS ADVANCING TO THE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP!!  THEY WILL HOST GREEN COUNTY TONIGHT, OCTOBER 30.  TIP OFF AT 6 PM FOLLOWING THE 7TH GRADE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME BETWEEN GREEN COUNTY AND CAMPBELLSVILLE. 
GOOD LUCK GIRLS!!

 

8th grade girls advance to conference championship. They will host green county tomorrow night. Following the 7th grade championship between green and Campbellsville. Tip off at 6

CCMS Red Ribbon Week ccms rrw

Students at Casey County Middle School are participating in the nation-wide Red Ribbon Week by signing bricks (pledges) to "Be the Wall" between teens and alcohol.  Students have also written ways they "Respect Themselves".  Click on the Photo Gallery for pictures of these two activities.

VARIETY SHOW AUDITIONS

Casey County Drama Program will be holding auditions for A HOLIDAY VARIETY SHOW at the Casey County High School on Wednesday, November 4, 2015 from 4:00 PM until 6:00 PM.  Auditions are open to students in 1st through 12th grades.  The Holiday Variety Show will be presented December 11-12, 2015.  Students are responsible for their costumes, props, music, scripts and partners necessary for their performance.  Contact Rita Sweeney @ 606-706-0315 or Charlee Beldon-King @ 606-303-1085 for an audition time.
(click on picture for information)

 

CCMS UPDATE BBALL

CASEY COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL'S 8TH GRADE GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM WON OVER TAYLOR COUNTY 49-18.  THEY WILL PLAY AGAIN ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29 AT HOME!!!
CONGRATULATE THESE TALENTED YOUNG LADIES AND CHEER THEM ON TO CHAMPIONSHIP VICTORY!!!
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!

 

CCMS Girls Tourney basketball

CCMS Girl's Basketball will play Tuesday, October 27 at 6:00 pm for the conference playoffs at home.  Please come out and support them.  With a win Tuesday, they will play again on Thursday at home.
GOOD LUCK!!

 

STATE RUNNER UP rowdy

Congratulations to the 8th grade girls basketball team.  They finished as state runner up in KBA Middle School Basketball State Championship Tournament.  They lost by 5 points in the championship game.    Y.E.S.

 

 

McQueen Inks the Next Chapter

On Friday, Laura McQueen inked the next chapter of her Golf career...signing to play at Campbellsville University. Laura stated, "that she liked the small college community in which Campbellsville provides." Laura is also excited about the level of competition she will face, playing in the Mid-South Conference. Laura leaves the Casey County program having competed in two State Tournaments, and recieving numerous awards and honors as a result of her play. Well wishes into the future, Laura McQueen. You are Forever a Rebel and we wish you the best of luck.

SCRUBBY BEAR AT JPE scrubby bear at jpe

The Family Resource centers partnered with Casey Co. ATC HOSA to present the Scrubby Bear program. Children learned how germs are spread and the importance of good hand washing. Wash up quick don't get sick! 
Scrubby Bear has visited Jones Park Elementary and Liberty Elementary.  He is scheduled to visit will Walnut Hill Elementary November 5th.

 

NEWS RELEASE

NEWS RELEASE – Child Care Centers

Casey County School’s KidsTeam announces participation in the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program administered by the Kentucky Department of Education effective November 1, 2015.

Meals will be served at no separate charge to enrolled participants at the center and are provided without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. “The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination against its customers, employees, and applicants for employment on the bases of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, gender identity, religion, reprisal, and where applicable, political beliefs, marital status, familial or parental status, sexual orientation, or if all or part of an individual's income is derived from any public assistance program, or protected genetic information in employment or in any program or activity conducted or funded by the Department. (Not all prohibited bases will apply to all programs and/or employment activities.)

 

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MARCHING BAND

The recently revived Casey County Marching Band finished its last regular season competition this past Saturday at Male High School in Louisville, KY. The band finished preliminary competition placing 2nd in its class and winning best percussion and best colorguard. The band also qualified for Finals competition. In Finals, the marching band jumped points and beat Christian Academy of Louisville, a recent 2A State Finalist. This Saturday they will be competing in  Quarterfinals competition at Bourbon County High School at 7:45pm. Only one other band in Casey County HISTORY has ever advanced out of quarterfinals (1999). If you see a band member this week feel free to wish them luck. Thank you for all of your support!   EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!

WHE DISTINGUISHED

Walnut Hill Elementary celebrates their status as a SCHOOL OF DISTINCTION!!
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!   
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JPE DISTINGUISHED

Jones Park Elementary celebrates their status as a SCHOOL OF DISTINCTION!!
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!   
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CCHS SPORTS ROWDY

OCTOBER 19-24 SCHEDULE
Monday – The Volley-Rebs open up District play at 8:00 p.m. vs. Rock (District games played at Somerset)
Friday – The Football Rebs travel to Corbin. Kickoff scheduled for 7:30
Saturday – Cross Country “Meet of Champions”

 

CCMS Sports rowdy

CCMS This week in Sports
Tuesday 10/20

Lady Rebels Basketball Home Taylor County 6:00

JR Tennis @ Boyle

Thursday 10/22

Lady Rebels Basketball @ Hart County

Academic Team @ Russell County

CCHS WRAP UP ROWDY

The Rebel Football Team played host to Jackson County on Senior Night/Homecoming. The Seniors and their teammates were unfriendly, jumping out to a 33-0 lead after the first quarter. The Rebs would go onto win 54-8. Casey County Athletics thanks the seniors for their dedication to Rebel Football: D.J. White, Isaiah Phillips, Tyler Ammons, and Jacob Griffin.
The Runnin’ Rebs…Casey County’s Cross Country Team; had an amazing weekend, turning in some amazing times. The Runnin’ Rebs continue to build each race and are poised to make some noise at Region… en route to State. On the boys’ side of things, the top five times were: 17:39, 18:01, 19:00, 19:33, and 19:35. The girls had three runners finish in the low 20’s with times of: 21:17, 21:30, and 21:54.

CCMS FOOTBALL football

Middle school football team lost in the state playoffs Saturday 38-8 to Somerset. They finished in the top 16 in the state of Division 3 middle school football. They have been beat up by lots of injuries and other circumstances but continued to fight hard over coming several challenges throughout the season.

Senior Night Rebel Football

"Senior Night" was a success for the Rebs on Friday night. From the coin toss, it was ALL REBS. The first quarter was very kind to the Rebels. At the 9:33 mark, Breece Hayes connected with (Senior) D.J. White for a 43yd. touchdown pass capped off with a conversion run by Hayes.
With 5:38 remaining...Collin Miller took the ball 72yds. for a score. (Senior) D.J. White ran the conversion. At 3:38 remaining (Senior) D.J. White scored again off of a 68yd. rushing touchdown. Extra point pushed through by Ivan Escalante.
At 3:06 Hayes connected again...this time to (Senior) Isaiah Phillips for a 9yd touchdown completion.
With a first quarter proving to be a nightmare to visitors...the Rebels would score yet again at the 2:54 mark. Britt Pendleton connecting with Breece Hayes for the 32yd hookup.
The Rebs wrapped up the first quarter scoring 33 unanswered points.
The Rebels would go onto score in each of the remaining quarters...
In the second, Breece Hayes hooked up with Collin Miller for a 32yd touchdown score. Escalante added the extra point.
In the third, A.J. Glenn found the endzone with a 3yd touchdown run. Escalante with the extra point.
In the fourth the Rebs closed out their scoring frenzy with a Preston Tucker 20yd touchdown run and extra point added by Escalante.
Offensively the Senior skill players were good for 18 points. Seniors Tyler Ammons and Jacob Griffin worked the trenches all night to provide scoring opportunities. Tyler and Jacob finished the night defensiviley with: 4 tackles for Griffin and 1 tackle/3 assists for Ammons.
Thank you Seniors for your dedication to Casey County football.
The Rebels are back in action next Friday as they travel to Corbin to take on the Redhounds.

Lady Rebel Soccer

The Lady Rebels wrapped up their season on Tuesday night. Falling 3-2 to Pulaski County in district play. The Lady Rebels experienced many firsts this year and enjoyed a lot of success. This year marked the playing of their first home game in Rebel Stadium. (a game in which they won and got to ring the victory bell) Not only did the ladies win their home opener...they remained undefeated at home. Winning their second match and finishing with a come-from-behind tie against Whitley County on Senior night.

Best of luck to the Seniors in their future endeavors and to the returners for next season. 

HOMECOMING homecoming

This Friday, October the 16th.
Senior Night for Football...beginning at 7:00p.m.
Homecoming will be during halftime of the football game.
Kickoff at 7:30 vs. Jackson County
GO REBELS!!

ART CONTEST gustavo

GUSTAVO TOMAS won 2nd place in the Middle School 2D Division in the State Wide Art Competition over Fall Break.  Gustavo is an eigth grade student at Casey County Middle School.  He attends ARTBEAT and other afterschool and summer programs sponsored by the 21st Century Community Learning Center.
Congratulations, Gustavo!  Y.E.S  (Your Excellence Shows)

CCMS SPORTS rowdy

CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK
Monday 9/28~~
Girls Basketball @ Adair County
Tuesday 9/29~~
Girls Basketball Home Campbellsville
Football Conference playoffs @ Taylor County
Thursday 10/1~~
Girls Basketball Home Metcalfe

THIS WEEK IN SPORTS

MONDAY (28TH) –
Boys Golf at Region
Lady Rebel Soccer at Marion Co. 6:00
Volley For a Cure TONIGHT!! Starting with freshmen at 5:30 (vs. Boyle County)
Tuesday (29th) – 
Girls Golf at Region
Cross Country at CKC(Harrodsburg)
Thursday (1st ) – 
Volley Rebs @ Mercer County 5:30
Soccer HOME vs. Whitley County 6:00
Friday (2nd) – 
Volley Rebs Home vs. Lincoln Co. 5:30
Football at Bell Co. 7:30
Saturday (3rd) – 
Cross Country @ London, KY Area 8

BEGINS OCTOBER 2

PREPARE YOUR CHILD FOR KINDERGARTEN.  Three classes are being offered to help you prepare your child for success in school.  Click on the flyer for information.

CCHS SPORTS

THIS WEEK IN SPORTS
9/21 - 9/26 CCHS
9/21  Lady Rebel Soccer at Somerset
9/21  Volley-Rebs at Pulaski County F/JV/V
9/22  Lady Rebel Soccer at McCreary County
9/24  Boys Golf at Hickory Hills (practice round)
9/26  Cross Country competes in Wayne County Invitational
Football has an open week
Apple Festival week. Have a blessed week of fun. 

CCMS SPORTS

CCMS THIS WEEK
Tuesday 9/22 ~~ Girls Basketball v. Adair @ Home     Football v. Green @ Home (8th grade night) - 8th grade introduction start at 5:30, kickoff is at 6:30. - Blackout.
Thursday 9/24 ~~NGirls Basketball @ Green County

WRAP UP rowdy

9/14-9/19

The Volley Rebs defeated Danville on Monday then dropped a pair of matches to Russell County and Rockcastle. Moving the Rebs to 11-12 on the year and 10-4 in Region play. 
Boys Golf won in back to back matches on Monday and Tuesday. Defeating Cumberland County on the 14th and Campbellsville on the 15th. The Boys Golf Team placed 3rd at Conference on Saturday.
Lady Rebel Soccer defeated Clinton County on Thursday the 17th with a lopsided victory of 8-0.
Football traveled home on Friday evening to ring the victory bell with a 26-16 win over Washington County.
Saturday…The Assassins. The Lady Rebels Golf Team won their second tournament of the year at Boyle County. Laura McQueen finished Gold medalist of the tournament. 
Girls Cross Country finished 2nd on Saturday. The only team to finish ahead of the Rebel Runners was E-Town who is currently ranked 5th in the state.  The Lady Rebel Runners had strong performances by Jenna Vaughn, Alyssa Sharp, Evelyn Moore, Morgan Crowe, and Whitney Clements.
Rounding out the Rebels…Congrats to the Marching Band for a strong performance and job well-done, hosting their first competition in 7yrs.  EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!

SPORTS WRAP UP rowdy

REBEL WRAP-UP ~~ 9/7 - 9/12
On Tuesday the 8th The Lady Rebel Soccer Team locked up a 3-3 tie after making the haul to Whitley County. The Volley-Rebs suffered a loss to Pulaski County but turned things around on Thursday (The 10th) to beat our unfriendly neighbors from Boyle County.
Football ran into a bizarre evening of weather, sprinklers, and every other bad dealings with Murphy’s Law. Dropping them to 2-2 on the season. The Rebels look to rebound this Friday, on the road at Washington County.
The Lady Rebel Golf Team had a strong performance at the Mercer County Lady Titans Golf Classic, finishing 2nd in a field of 14. Laura McQueen finished 4th, individually. 
Rebels Cross Country ran well this weekend…The girls finished 2nd as a team/First in 2A classification. Jenna Vaughn finished 3rd overall in her race. On the boys side…Rebel runners finished 2nd led by a strong performance from Chase Williams.
“Any man can be for the team when things are going well. The true test of character comes from rallying the team, when the chips are down.” 

THIS WEEK IN SPORTS rowdy

FROM COACH SUMMERS:
Monday 9/14
Lady Rebels JR Tennis Home v. Boyle County
Lady Rebels Basketball @ Metcalfe
Tuesday 9/15
Lady Rebels Basketball Home v. Pulaski
Thursday 9/17
Lady Rebels Basketball @ Russell
Friday 9/18
Lady Rebels Basketball Home v. Southwestern
Saturday 9/19
Football @ Hart County
Lady Rebels Basketball @ Lincoln County
Lady Rebels JR Tennis @ Mercer County

THIS WEEK IN SPORTS

Monday: The Volley Rebs look to protect their Region leading record (8-2) and extend to 9-2 as they take on Pulaski County. Games start at 6.
The Lady Rebel Footers travel to Whitley County, looking to build on recent success. Game time 6.
The Lady Rebel Golf Team will be in action at Eagles Nest in Pulaski County.
Boys Golf will take on That School Next To The Lake. Start time 3:30
Thursday: Volley Rebs travel to take on the neighbors at Boyle County. 6 o’clock start
Boys Golf Tees off at home (Hickory Hills Country Club) as it plays host to Rock. 3:45
Friday: The Football team looks to close the boarder for good on the season as they take on Lincoln County at home. Game time 7:30
This past Friday we had a great turnout for the Football game. It was fantastic to watch our youth take the field with The Rebels. I hope you will join us for as many home events as you can attend… T.E.A.M. Together Everyone Achieves More. Thank you for your support of REBEL ATHLETICS!!

SPORTS WRAP UP

REBELS WRAP-UP

Rebel Cross Country: At the Tiger Run…in class 2A top 25 
GIRLS:  Jenna Vaughn 3rd, Laura Cuin 10th, Alyssa Sharp 11th, Morgan Crowe 16th, and Whitney Clements 21st. This is competing against ALL runners in the Class 2A classification. 
BOYS:  rankings amonst 2A Top 25 Classification… Chase Williams 11th, Brandon Banks 18th, and Noah Brown 19th. Also, with strong performances: Alex Wilham and newcomers Galyn Amos, Daniel Norton, and Nate Goode   GREAT JOB CROSS COUNTRY!!

 

CCMS SPORTS

9/8 ~ Football @ Adair
9/11 ~ Girls Basketball @ Lincoln
9/12 ~ Girls Basketball @ Whitley Co. Tournament

SUPPORT THE CCMS SPORTS TEAM!!

VOLLEYBALL volleyball

The Casey County Volley Rebs will be competing in a tournement at Elizabethtown this weekend.  On Saturday, September 5, they will play at 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.  In August they competed in a tournement in Boyle County with a 4 & 2 record.  Their overall record for this season is 9 & 4.
GOOD LUCK IN E-TOWN!!

CCMS SPORTS

Tuesday 9/1

CCMS
Girls Basketball
@ Somerset 5:30

CCMS Football Home v. Campbellsville 6:00

Saturday 9/5

CCMS
Girls Basketball
@ Southwestern 10:30 A.M.

THIS WEEK rowdy

THIS WEEK IN SPORTS
August 31-Sept. 5
Tonight: Volley-Rebs at Lincoln County 5:30
Boys Golf at home 3:45 (Hickory Hills)
Tuesday: Volley-Rebs at HOME vs. Somerset 5:30
Lady Rebel Soccer at Somerset 6:00
Rebels Golf at home 3:45 (Hickory Hills)
Thursday: Lady Rebels Golf at Burnside
Lady Rebels Soccer at Wayne County 6:00
Friday: Rebel Football at home 7:30 vs. That School Next To The Lake
(Casey County Bank will play host on the evening. Inflatables will be
available for small aged children. Should be a great evening all-around)

FROM BRANDON HILLARD ROWDY

The Football team had a tough meeting with Green Co. this weekend. Thanks to all who traveled in support of our Coach’s and Student-athletes.No time to hang our heads. It’s RUSSELL WEEK, time to regroup and focus on taking down the neighbors. 

Lady Rebel Golfers destroyed the competition this weekend….Taking home a Team victory at the Lady Rebel Invitational. Individually…Laura McQueen brought home the top score and medaled for lowest round. Alyx Streeval finished 4th overall. The girls will be back in action Thursday at Burnside.

The Rebel Cross Country team had a strong performance this weekend and Coach Vaughn is confident for stronger performances throughout the race season.

GEAR UP gear up ilp

CCMS Gear Up/Career Studies ILP/EC Parent Night
Parents learned how to help their kids develop their ILP's and how to get connected with student achievement through Infinite Campus parent portal.  We had a great time getting to know each other and learning how to support our students!
Kim Johnson
Gear Up Academic Specialist

GEAR UP

Gear Up and Careers classroom is offering parent workshop this Thursday night at CCMS!  August 20, 2015

Agenda: 5:30-6:00 Check in and Finger Foods

               6:00-6:45 Learn to Help Your Child Develop their ILP

               6:45-7:15 Break and Desserts

               7:15-8:00 Learn How to Connect to Student Grades and Attendance with Infinite Campus

Please call 787-6769 and let Kim Johnson or Tara Weddle know you are attending!  We hope you can make it!

GIRLS GOLF TEAM

Casey County Girl's Golf Team placed 2nd in the Eagles Nest Tournament at Somerset this past weekend. Team members are:  Taylor Beard, Laura McQueen, Bethany Streeval, Alyx Streeval and Allison Jaynes.  Laura for placed 4th in the individual portion of the tournement!  The team is coached by Brad Vaughn.  Please congratulate theses young ladies on their strong representation of School and Community.
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!

GEAR UP gear up

Casey County Middle School is GEARED UP for the 2015-16 school year with instructor Kim Johnson.
Click on the PHOTO GALLERY for students pictures.
       EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!

ELEMENTARY OPEN HOUSES 2015

ALL CASEY COUNTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS HELD OPEN HOUSE ON MONDAY, AUGUST 3.  CLICK ON THE PHOTO GALLERY FOR PICTURES FROM EACH SCHOOL.

THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL IS THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 2015
 

BACK TO SCHOOL BASH back to school bash

Casey County Elementary students received school supplies, a book and other goodies at the annual Back to School Bash held at the Ag/Expo Center July 30.  The Dental Van was on hand for dental screenings and school physicals were available.  Family Resource Centers provided a free book to each child as well as school supplies.  Community partners gave away school supplies and informatioin to assist parents with needs during the school year.  Dunnville Christian Church provided backpacks with school supplies and refreshments.  Thank you to all who participated and helped our students and their families. 

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Casey County Youth Football Signups August 4, 6 & 8

FREE Youth Football Camp Offered!

AMERICORP WANTED

    
 

NEW TEACHER INDUCTION

NEW TEACHER INDUCTION will be held at the Board of Education on Thursday, July 30, 2015 at 8:00 am.  

CCMS & CCHS OPEN HOUSE

CASEY COUNTY MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOLS WILL HOLD OPEN HOUSE ON FRIDAY, JULY 31 FROM 5pm-7pm.  
THIS YEAR THERE WILL BE A BLOCK PARTY FOLLOWING OPEN HOUSE IN THE PARKING LOT BETWEEN THE SCHOOLS UNTIL 8pm.  THERE WILL BE MUSIC, INFORMATION BOOTHS AND DRAWINGS FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND OTHER GREAT PRIZES.
Sponsored by Youth Services Center, 21st Century Community Learning Center and Drug Free Communities.  

BACK TO SCHOOL BASH

THE CASEY COUNTY BACK TO SCHOOL BASH WILL BE HELD AT THE AG/EXPO CENTER ON THURSDAY, JULY 30, 2015 FROM 4pm - 6pm.  THIS IS FOR Pre K THROUGH 6th GRADE.  STUDENTS MUST BE PRESENT.
The DENTAL VAN will be available for exams.
Sponsored by Casey County School's Family Resource Centers, Dunnville Christian Church, Title 1 Parent Involvement and Community Education.
 

ELEMENTARY OPEN HOUSES

ALL CASEY COUNTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS WILL HOLD OPEN HOUSE ON MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 2015 FROM 5:30pm-7:00pm.  
THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL IS THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 2015.  

BREECE HAYES

Casey County High School student Breece Hayes II, a 2015 graduate of The Center for Rural Development’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute (ELI) program, has earned a college scholarship offer from Eastern Kentucky University for a new product idea.

Hayes, a junior, will receive a Presidential Scholarship offer (valued at $14,000 over a four-year period) to attend Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond for his team’s winning business concept at the ELI Business Concept Challenge competition.
The winning ELI team, The Casers: Safe Cell, pitched a business concept for a new cell phone product. The four-member team developed a prototype model, using 3D printing, for an antimicrobial cell phone case that repels germs.
“With hard work and dedication, I’ve learned you can create and establish a business in Southeastern Kentucky,” Hayes said. “Entrepreneurship is something that I can excel at and I plan to pursue in the future.”
Be sure to congratulate Breece on this opportunity!!

TRACK AND FIELD

The following seven Casey County athletes have qualified for the Kentucky Track and Cross Country Coaches Assoc. (KTCCCA) Academic All State Team. 
 In order to qualify, the student-athletes had to qualify for the KHSAA Varsity Track and Field Championships in at least one event or relay, and earn a GPA of 3.75-4.0.   To qualify for honorable mention, they must earn a GPA of 3.5 to 3.74. 
    Lakken Miller (senior now grad), Honorable Mention....qualified in the High Jump, 400 meters, and 4x400 meter relay
    Haley Lynn (sophomore now junior) , Academic All  State Team...qualified in the 4x400 meter relay
                   PERFECT 4.0 INCUDES
     Tiara Cochran (senior now grad), Academic All  State Team...qualified in the 4x800 meter relay, 100 meter hurdles, and 4x400 meter relay
    Allison Dallman (junior now senior), Academic All  State Team...qualified in the High Jump
    Evelyn Moore (junior now senior), Academic All  State Team...qualified in the 4x800 meter relay
    Jenna Vaughn (eighth grade now freshman), Academic All  State Team...qualified in the 4x800 meter relay, 1600 meters, and 4x400 meter relay
    Brenna Hayes (eighth grade now freshman), Academic All  State Team...qualified in the shot put and the discus
CONGRATULATIONS TO THESE OUTSTANDING STUDENTS!!

Child Find

Child Find

The Casey County School District has an ongoing “Child Find” system, which is designed to locate, identify and evaluate any child residing in a home, facility, or residence within its geographical boundaries, age three (3) to twenty-one (21) years, who may have a disability and be in need of Special Education or 504 services.  This includes children who are not in school; those who are in public, private, or home school; those who are highly mobile such as children who are migrant or homeless; and those who are advancing from grade to grade, who may need but are not receiving Special Education or 504 services.

The district’s “Child Find” system includes children with disabilities attending private or home schools within the school district boundaries who may need special education services.

Parents, relatives, public and private agency employees, and concerned citizens are urged to help the Casey County School District find any child who may have a disability and need Special Education or 504 services.  The District needs to know the name and age, or date of birth of the child; the name, address, and phone number(s) of the parents or guardian; the possible disability; and other information to determine if Special Education or 504 services are needed.

If you know of a child who lives within the boundaries of the Casey County School District, who may have a disability, and may need but is not receiving Special Education or 504 services, please call the Board of Education 606-787-2210

GOVERNOR'S SCHOLAR COURTNEY

COURTNEY BUIS WILL ATTEND THE FIVE WEEK GOVERNOR'S SCHOLAR PROGRAM AT MURRY STATE UNIVERSITY.
Y.E.S.!

GOVERNOR'S SCHOLAR

SARAH MCDONALD WILL ATTEND THE FIVE WEEK GOVERNOR'S SCHOLAR PROGRAM AT MOREHEAD STATE UNIVERSITY!
Y.E.S.!

GOVERNOR SCHOLARS

The Governor's Scholars Program strives to enhance Kentucky's next generation of civic and economic leaders.  Established in 1983, the program provides academic and personal growth through the balance of a strong liberal arts program with a full co-curricular and residential life experience. Students must complete an application and compete with others from across the state. Those selected attend the program free of charge. 
Two seniors from Casey County High School were selected to participate in the Governor's Scholars Program this summer.  COURTNEY BUIS will attend the program at Murray State and SARAH MCDONALD will attend Morehead State.  Congratulations!!
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING IN CASEY COUNTY! 

SUMMER LEARNING DAY

Casey County 21st Century Community Learning Center will be joining communities across the nation on Friday June 19, 2015 in celebrating Summer Learning Day. Summer Learning Day is a project of the National Center for Summer Learning, working toward a vision that all young people have access to enriching, memorable summers.
This event is designed to create awareness about the importance of high-quality summer learning opportunities for youth in our community. In Casey County and around the country, summer programs play a critical role in sending young people back to school ready to learn, supporting working families, and keeping children safe and healthy.
When: Friday June 19, 2015
Where: Lights of Liberty Theatre
Time: 12:30 p.m. until 2:30 p.m.

Featuring work done by Drama and Art Camp students.
WE HOPE YOU JOIN US FOR THE CELEBRATION!!

ROGERS EXPLORER 2015

JENNA VAUGHN

ROGERS EXPLORER 2015

BRENNA HAYES

ROGERS EXPLORER 2015

ZACHARY TODD

ROGERS EXPLORERS 2015

Three Casey County Middle School students have been selected to attend The Center for Rural Development’s 2015 Rogers Explorers youth leadership program. 
Brenna Hayes, Jenna Vaughn, and Zachary Todd will join middle school students from across Southern and Eastern Kentucky to build their math, science, and technology skills.
One hundred and eighty students—the largest class ever—will converge on the campuses of six Kentucky colleges and universities this summer for the Rogers Explorers program. 
“Rogers Explorers gives students a one-of-a-kind learning experience to explore different career opportunities and possible career paths in the fields of math, science, and technology,” said Delaney Stephens, community liaison and youth programs coordinator for The Center. “The program also encourages creative thinking and teamwork and builds leadership skills as the region’s next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs.”
Rogers Explorers is presented by The Center for Rural Development in partnership with Lindsey Wilson College, University of the Cumberlands, Eastern Kentucky University, Morehead State University, Asbury University, and the University of Pikeville.
The program is open to eighth-grade middle school students within The Center’s 45-country primary service area who have a strong interest in developing their skills in leadership, technology, math, science, and community service. 
For more information about Rogers Explorers, call The Center at 606-677-6000, email youth@centertech.com, or visit www.centeryouthprogams.com.

 

 

DISTRICT PEP RALLY

Excellence Keeps Moving as Casey County students in grades 2-12 gathered at the high school gymnasium for a DISTRICT WIDE PEP RALLY to kick off K-PREP testing.  The JROTC presented our nation's colors and Haley Southerland sang our National Anthem.  Mr. Sowders welcomed everyone and the cheering from the different schools was quite spirited.  Distinguished students from all schools were recognized as they ran through the "Rowdy Tunnel" and were greeted by their teachers, wearing their alma mater t-shirts, and the cheerleaders.  Everyone was entertained by the Casey County Band, CCMS Choir, and CCHS cheerleaders and dance team.  Seniors were announced and gathered around huge signs stating the college they will be attending after graduation.  Congratulations to all of our DISTINGUISHED STUDENTS! 
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!
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GIRLS TENNIS TENNIS

Taylor Monday and Madison Lee won the 12th Region Girls Doubles Tennis Championship at Berea on May 4. As the number one doubles team for the Lady Rebels, & number two seed for the regional tournament, Monday & Lee won all five matches of the tournament in straight sets & became the first girls doubles regional champions from Casey County.

Also in the regional tournament, Amber Pierce earned the number seven seed overall and advanced to the third round. Chelsey Lynn competed as the number two singles player for Casey; and Sarah Harne and Laci Lee played the number two doubles role. The girls are joined by teammates Jackie Buis, Kristen Hogue, Marylou Franks, Ashley Johnson, Abigail Crew, and Rebekah Cochran. Head Coach Marvetta Overstreet is assisted by Chris Pierce and Jim Coffey.

CCMS SBDM Parent Elections

CCMS SBDM Parent Member Nominations are being accepted now!  Elections will be May 20th!!!!

ROGERS SCHOLAR NAMED alex price rogers scholar

Casey County student Alex Price has been selected by The Center for Rural Development to attend the 2015 Rogers Scholars program.
Alex, a student at Casey County High School, will join 63 high school students from Southern and Eastern Kentucky this summer for the 18th annual Rogers Scholars youth leadership program.  
   Rogers Scholars—The Center’s flagship youth program—is an intensive one-week summer program that provides leadership and college scholarship opportunities for high school students in 45 Kentucky communities to build their skills as the region’s next generation of business and entrepreneurial leaders. 
   “The Rogers Scholars program gives high school students an experience of a lifetime to grow their leadership skills while learning how to become more community-minded,” said youth programs coordinator Delaney Stephens. “Each graduate earns access to exclusive college scholarship offers from some of the state’s top-ranked colleges and universities upon completion of a required community service project.”
   The 2015 Rogers Scholars program will be held June 21-26 and July 12-17 on the campus of Lindsey Wilson College in Adair County. There is no tuition charge to attend the program and lodging and food are provided free of charge to participants.
  Alex is the son of Scott and Jamie Price of Liberty.
Since 1998, 996 high school students have graduated from Rogers Scholars, and potential scholarships valued at more than $7.2 million have been offered to graduates by 17 partner colleges and universities. 
   For more information about the Rogers Scholars program, visit www.centeryouthprograms.com or call youth programs coordinator Delaney Stephens at 606-677-6000.

CCMS CHOIR

Casey County Middle School choir will present a spring concert on Thursday, May 7.  The concert will be held in the CCMS library at 6:00 pm.

KIDS TEAM DERBY KT derby

KIDS TEAM ENJOYED THEIR OWN KENTUCKY DERBY!!!

BAND CONCERT TUESDAY band concert

Band director Jordan Williams would like to invite all of you to our Spring Concert on Tuesday, May 5th at 7:00pm in the HS cafeteria. The middle  and high school band will both be performing three tunes. We will also have a very special guest, Barry Lee, narrating a piece that will remind you of a trip to the “ol’ ballpark.” The progress that our band has made this year is absolutely astounding and our students are very excited about performing these pieces for an audience. So….if you have about 30-45 minutes of free time, come on out and listen to YOUR Casey County Middle and High School Concert Bands. Oh yea….It’s Free!!!

ALL RESILIENT TEAM noah

Casey County Athletic Director, Victor Black, nominated sophomore Noah Laman for the 2015 Tom Leach All Resilient Team. He was accepted and traveled with his family to Louisville to be recognized at the Kentucky High School Athletic Directors Association Awards Banquet last Thursday.
"All-Resilient Team, powered by National Guard Career Opportunities," celebrates high school male and female student-athletes who overcome adversity on their path to success. It might be an injury, a disability, a difficult family or health circumstance--something that puts an obstacle in their path that might derail someone who is less resilient.

Noah Laman / Casey County HS
Playing sports was everything to Noah. From t-ball, youth football and basketball, his life revolved around sports. He made all-star in football and was a top 10 state finisher in track and field during middle school. In eighth grade, he complained of knee pain and tests revealed a tumor in his femur. A diagnosis of bone cancer resulted in the removal of Noah’s knee and femur. He endured months of chemotherapy and surgeries for a prosthetic leg. Hospitalized for nearly a year, Noah thought his sports career was over when a surgeon suggested he could try shot put and discus. His freshman year, Noah made the regional tournament and also joined the cheer team where his signature move is lifting cheerleaders with one hand. His motto is “Keep the Faith.”

SPRING SHOWCASE showcase 2015

CCMS will present the 21st Century Spring Showcase on Thursday, April 23, 2015.  This is for middle and high school parents.  Beginning at 5:00 pm, pizza will be served.  Students will then demonstrate how EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING by presenting drama skits, a performance by drumline, afterschool projects in Art, Science, Lego Labs, and more.  Information about BE THE WALL will be presented by Drug Free Communities.  Door prizes include prom tickets, tux rentals, flowers, hair appointments, movie passes and more.  This event is free.

STUDENTS RECOGNIZED students recognized

The Casey County School Board recognized the following students at the April 13 board meeting.  Riley Hoskins, CCMS 8th grader, competed at the state level in the Academic Governor's Cup in Math and represented Casey County in the Kentucky Derby Spelling Bee.  Zach Hamilton, JPE 6th grader, placed second in the local KY Derby Spelling Bee.  Austin Williams, CCMS 7th grader, advanced to regional Governor's Cup competion in Science.  Emily Smith, CCMS 7th grader, advanced to regional Governor's Cup competition in Arts & Humanities.  Not present was William Gossage, CCMS 8th grader, advanced to regional Governor's Cup in History.  YOUR EXCELLENCE SHOWS!!

EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING teacher awards

Campbellsville University awarded Excellence in Teaching Awards to three Casey County Teachers.  The recipients this year are Rick Terry, CCHS art teacher;  Lesli Patten, Liberty Elementary 5th grade math/science teacher; and Randy Pierce, CCMS physical education teacher. The purpose of the Excellence in Teaching Awards Program is to recognize the quality of teaching taking place in the school systems throughout Kentucky.  Excellence Keeps Moving in Casey County schools with an excellent teaching staff.

DRAMA CAST cast

 Casey County Drama and 21st CCLC will present Into the Woods Jr. this weekend.  Opening Night is Friday April 17 at 6:00; Saturday April 18 at 2:00 and 6:00; Sunday 2:00 and Monday 6:00.  Tickets will be available at Lights of Liberty Theatre beginning April 13th.  Admission is $6.00

MTI Billing Credit:  INTO THE WOODS JR is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).  All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.  421 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019  Phone 212-541-4684   Fax 212-397-4684

TRACK MEET TRACK

Saturday was a great day for the Casey County Girl's high school track and field team! They ran in the Clash of the Classes in Bardstown.  Overall, they competed in all three high school classes (A, AA, AAA).  They ranked third overall and won the AA title.  Congratulate these young ladies when you see them.  Go REBS!!  Excellence Keeps Moving!!

WKU HISTORY CONTEST history contest wku

Update to the WKU History Contest

Walker Campbell received a bronze medal.
Emily Smith and Cailynn Floyd received an honorable mention.  All three students are 7th graders at Casey County Middle School.   Congratulations !!

INTO THE WOODS JR into the woods jr

Casey County Drama and 21st Century Community Learning Center will present INTO THE WOODS  for the spring drama production.  Opening Night is Friday April 17 at 6:00; Saturday April 18 at 2:00 and 6:00; Sunday 2:00 and Monday 6:00.  Tickets will be available at Lights of Liberty Theatre beginning April 13th.  Admission is $6.00

MTI Billing Credit:  INTO THE WOODS JR is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).  All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.  421 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019  Phone 212-541-4684   Fax 212-397-4684

NATIONAL SERVICE PROCLAMATION SIGNED AmeriCorps proclamation

Pictured Left to right   Heather Musinski State FRYSC Corps, Judge Randy Dial, Ashley Custer,Ashley Godbey, Jennifer Hamilton, Jenny Wesley (all local FRYSC Corps members), Mayor Steven Brown. “Absent from photo Kevin Long Americorp member”
Judge Executive Randy Dial & Mayor Steven Brown join Nationwide Effort to Recognize Impact of National Service. Judge Randy Dial and Mayor Steven Brown signed a proclamation celebrating National Service Recognition Day April 7, 2015. “National service is a vital resource for our county,” said County Executive Randy Dial “AmeriCorps members and volunteers make our counties better places to live. As County Executive, I am grateful for the dedication and sacrifice of these citizens, who are working together in tackling tough problems and strengthening communities.
Given the many social needs facing communities, county and city leaders are increasingly turning to national service as a cost-effective strategy to meet local needs. Local AmeriCorps members and other volunteers serve in Casey County, providing vital support to the community.
The Mayors and County Day of Recognition for National Service is a nationwide bipartisan effort to recognize the positive impact of national service in counties, to thank those who serve, and to encourage citizens to give back to their communities. The day is sponsored by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), the National Association of Counties, the National League of Cities, and Cities of Service.

 

Principal Selection at Casey County Middle School
The CCMS SBDM council received training on Tuesday, March 31st  in the process of principal selection.  During the training we  identified 10 criteria that we feel are important to the continued and future success of CCMS.  These criteria were used to develop a survey for ALL stakeholders to give input and rate the importance of each identified criteria.  This data will be compiled and considered as we continue through the process of selecting applicants and ultimately a new principal.
 
I have inserted the link below for you to complete the survey.  In addition, we will be sending home a paper copy of this survey with every student.  The deadline for submission is Tuesday, April 7th.
School Calendar: Some Changes Made

Students will attend Election Day (May 19)

Memorial Day is still a holiday (May 25)

Students LAST DAY is June 2

Last day for staff is June 5

Graduation is June 6

CINDERELLA'S CLOSET cinderella's closet

Cinderella’s Closet is open!  To view our dresses enter the photo gallery located on the right.  Click on the Cinderella’s Closet icon.  Click any photo for size and price information.  Lay-a-way plans are available.  For more information call 787-6566.

GEAR UP

A group of CCMS 7th graders took a tour of the WKU campus with the Gear Up program.  Kim Johnson is the instructor.

HONORABLE MENTION

Walker Campbell received an honorable mention for his entry in the WKU History Contest!   Walker is in 7th grade and a straight A student at Casey County Middle School.  Congratulations!!!

Casey County Schools
KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION

APRIL 13th - 17th

Health Requirements for School Enrollment:
Certified Birth Certificate
Immunization Records
Eye Exam
KY Dental Exam
KY Physical

For more information contact Barry Lee: 787-6941
or call
Jones Park Elementary 787-1217
Liberty Elementary 787-6961

Walnut Hill Elementary 787-0045      

Concert Band

On March 14th, the Casey County Concert Band conducted a 6 hour practice at CCHS. The rehearsal featured special guests, Zach Shelton (Band Director at Campbellsville HS, Tyler Myers (Band Director at Farristown MS), and Cheyenne Hart (Sophomore Clarinet Major at WKU). The day concluded with a parent performance.

4 H Leadership 4H teen Leaders

All Casey County fourth grade students participated in Ag education lead by 4 H Teen Leadership.  The students identified grains tied in balloons, made terrariums from recycled water bottles and made butter from heavy whipping cream in baby food jars.  Leaders for the projects are Madison Smith (JPE), Sadie Grabowski (JPE), Presley Woodrum (CCHS), Olivia Pittman (CCHS), Magy Cunningham (CCMS), Ashley Mondie (WHE), Lukas McCoy (CCMS) and Jaden Atherton (WHE). 

 

 

Casey Student to attend Gatton Academy

Ashley Johnson is the first Casey County student accepted to attend the number one high school in the nation.  Ashley is a sophomore at Casey County High School and will start her college career two years earlier than most students, when she begins classes at The Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science, housed on Western Kentucky University’s campus.

Student Presentations at March Board Meeting

At the School Board meeting Monday evening, Casey County Band, Middle School Art and KY Tech HOSA represent Casey County Excellence!
BAND : Jordan Williams (Band Director), Shayla Brown, Kembree Eaves, Daniel Terwilliger
ART:  Savannah Owens, Chelsea Griffin, Kip Turner, Laura Cuin, Cheyenne Britt, Taylor Beard, Tara Luster (Art Teacher)
HOSA:  Jessica Richardson, Lauren Wethington, Sarah Harne, Amber Tetreault, Paula bodner (HOSA instructor)

Click on "Read More" for photos.

LES CANCELATION

LIBERTY ELEMENTARY'S TITLE 1 PARENT NIGHT BEEN CANCELLED FOR THIS EVENING, FEBRUARY 26, 2015.

CHEERLEADERS AT NATIONALS cheer

Casey County High School Cheerleaders competed at the National High School Cheerleading Championship (NHSCC) on Saturday, February 7th in Orlando, FL.  There were 56 Kentucky teams at Nationals as KY was the most represented state across the country.  The Rebel cheerleaders had their best showing ever, just missing finals by .35 beneath Barron Co. High School (Barren Co. beat Casey Co. by 18 points earlier this season at the State Cheerleading Competition).  Also, at NHSCC, Casey Co. beat two Kentucky cheerleading squads that they had never beaten before, Russell County and Central Hardin (Central Hardin also beat them this year at state). The Rebels have a young team this year with 17 of the 24 team members being 8th grade through sophomores. As Mr. Sowders says… “Excellence Keeps Moving!”
8th grade – Faith Roy, Sarah Mills, Brooklyn Vaughn, Haley Durham, Alyssa Jones, Kylie Cosner, Cheyenne Britt
Freshman – Hallie Kate Phillips, Leah Cochran, Madison Weddle, Kaitlyn Sallee, Sophia Brown, Jenna Bender, Aly Kidd
Sophomores – Chase Emerson, Noah Laman, Jonathon Denson
Seniors – Jenna McFarland, Alyssa Davis, Tiffany Braymer, Micco Randall, Robert “Rico” Cox, Matt Sharp, Jacob Denson
Coaches – Kelly Forbes and Melissa Vaughn

DISTRICT BAND

Band Director, Jordan Williams, couldn't be more proud of his students! Six students will be performing with the LCMEA All-District Band.   Our young musicians competed against students from six counties including Russell County (3A State Marching Band Champions) and Adair County (Class A National Champions).
Congratulations to the following students who will be performing with the LCMEA All-District Band:
Overall High School Placements
Sarah McDonald - 2nd Chair in the District
Kembree Eaves - 9th Chair in the District
Blake Durham - 10th Chair in the District
Overall Middle School Placements
Daniel Terwilliger - 1st Chair in the District
Shayla Brown - 1st Chair in the District (top 8th grade trumpet score in district)
Blake Wethington - 7th Chair (In the district; only 1 of two 7th graders to make it on his instrument)
THE FUTURE IS BRIGHT!

HUNTER EDUCATION

Hunter’s Education Class February 19th – February 21st

Hunter’s Education classes will be offered through the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife at the Casey County Extension Education Building, across the road from Liberty Water Tanks, February 19h through February 21st. Any adult or youth (ages 9 and up) from Casey County and surrounding counties are eligible to attend the classes and receive their orange card; you MUST attend ALL THREE DAYS to receive your orange card.  This training is at NO COST. To attend you MUST pre-register on-line: https://app.fw.ky.gov/eventcalendar/EventDetail.aspx?eid=47831
If you have any questions, you may contact Will Connelly at willconn@tvscable.com or call 606-335-9437.

ASAP in Washington, D.C. asap washington

Casey Co ASAP board members Cathy Williams, Jennifer Godbey and Missy Warner met with Congressman Ed Whitfield concerning Drug Free Communities funding and grass root prevention efforts in Washington, D.C.

SPELLING BEE spelling bee riley

Congratulations to Riley Hoskins, a CCMS student, for winning the Casey County portion of the Kentucky Derby Spelling Bee.  Riley will compete with students from Kentucky and Southern Indiana at Papa John’s Stadium in Louisville in March. 

SPELLING BEE spelling bee

Congratulations to Zach Hamilton, a sixth grade student at Jones Park, for placing second in the Casey County portion of the Kentucky Derby Spelling Bee!

7th GRADE CHAMPIONS

Congrats to our 7th grade boys’ basketball team.  They went undefeated in conference play and culminated their season last night with a conference championship against Larue County.  Great job, REBS!!

HONORS BAND

The following students have been accepted to attend the Campbellsville Honors Band:  Sarah McDonald, Rachael Corrone, Blake Durham, and Hannah Salyers
The following students have been accepted to attend the EKU Honors Band:  Sarah McDonald, Presley Atwood, Payton Atwood, Elizabeth Frazier, Rachael Corrone, Patricia Diehl, Blake Durham, Kembree Eaves, Shayla Brown, and Danial Terwilliger
GOOD LUCK BAND STUDENTS!!

CCMS ACADEMICS

CONGRATULATIONS TO RILEY HOSKINS.  Riley is an eighth grade student at Casey County Middle School and has advanced to the state Governor's Cup Academic competition in Math Written Assessment.  The state finals will be held March 14-16 at the Galt House in Louisville.  GOOD LUCK RILEY!! 

SOFTBALL TRYOUTS softball

CCMS Softball Tryouts

Monday, February 9th 5:00-7:00  5th-6th graders

Tuesday, February 10th  3:00-5:00  7th-8th graders

Both sessions will be held in the CCMS gym.

Additional Conditioning Practices will be held:

February 3 and 5 at the hitting bldg. from 6:30-8:00 for any girl interested in trying out.

COMEDY SHOW

Come laugh with us and watch our comedy show at the pork producers building on Saturday, February 21 at 7pm.  This is a great family friendly comedy show. Three great comedians along with our very own Greg Hammond!  Tickets are $12 and can be purchased from one of the football players or coaches. For more information please contact Sam Marple or Darren Summers.

KAAC GOVERNOR'S CUP

Four CCMS Academic Team students placed at the District Governor's Cup Competition in Written Assessment and will advance to the Regional Competition at Northern Pulaski County on January 31st.  Seventh graders Emily Smith placed third in Arts and Humanities and Austin Williams placed fifth in Science.  Eighth graders William Gossage placed first in Social Studies and Riley Hoskins placed second in Math.  Congratulations to these high achieving students and GOOD LUCK AT REGIONALS!

DISTINGUISHED YOUNG WOMAN Karey DYW

Karey Sellers will be competing this Saturday for the title of Kentucky 2015 State Distinguished Young Woman at the Singletary Center for the Arts in Lexington.  She is a senior at Casey County High School.  Good luck, Karey!! 

UPWARD BOUND WINNER MONTANA

Congrats to Montana Cundiff!!  She was recently awarded the 2014 Berea College Pinnacle Scholars Awards of Excellence for her accomplishments in Science. Montana was chosen out of hundreds of nominees across nine different states and was honored at a formal awards ceremony Nov.15.  This is an amazing honor for Montana.  Be sure to congratulate her when you see her!

CCMS ACADEMIC TEAM

Congratulations to the CCMS Academic Team for a victory over Southern Pulaski.  Varsity won the Quick Recall competition.  Top Written Assessment winners are Emily Smith, first place in Arts and Humanities, William Gossage first and Shelby Emerson second in Social Studies, Riley Hoskins first place in Math, Marlie Blake tied for first in Language Arts, and Simon Christian placed second in Science.  Special recognition to Abigayle Hatfield for a top score in Social Studies. 
Be sure to congratulate the CCMS Academic Team!!

THE BUS the bus

 Casey County Schools are pleased to introduce Innovation Nation's mobile classroom, affectionately known as "The Bus." The Bus will be at JPE on Mondays, WHE on Tuesdays, LES on Thursdays, and CCMS/CCHS on Fridays. The purpose of Casey County's first mobile classroom is to provide Gifted and Talented students with challenging and innovative learning opportunities based on personal interests, needs and abilities. Students may be referred through self, peer, teacher, or parent recommendations in the following areas: General Intellectual, Mathematics, Science, Language Arts, Social Studies, Music, Visual Art, Dance, Drama, and Leadership. If this applies to you, then Innovation Nation will assure that your exceptional needs are met above and beyond the regular curriculum. We hope you can join us for Casey County's first mobile classroom's Red Carpet Roll-out on Tuesday, Dec. 9th at 5:00 pm at Casey County High School library as we cut the red ribbon and present "The Bus" to our community. We look forward to seeing you there!!!

Miss Preteen from Casey County preteen

Congratulations to our very own, Makencie Woods, who won Miss Preteen Kentucky!  Makencie, a 4.0 Distinguished in all areas student, competed against ninety four girls ages 7-12 from across Kentucky.  She will travel to Nashville Tennessee in July to compete in the Nationals.   On Sunday she plans to help the Dream Factory give out Teddy Bears to chronically and terminally ill children.  Her goal is to collect 200 new/gently used teddy bears before Sunday.   Donated teddy bears can be taken to Malinda Spaw at WHE (Makenci’s grandmother) or to Makencie at the middle school today, or call 706-5733 and we would be glad to come and pick them up. 

BAND AND CHOIR CONCERT

THE CASEY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL  BAND AND CHOIR WILL PRESENT A CHRISTMAS CONCERT TUESDAY, DEC 9TH AT THE HIGH SCHOOL CAFETERIA AND AGAIN THURSDAY, DEC 11 AT THE LIGHTS OF LIBERTY THEATER.  BOTH PERFORMANCES BEGIN AT 6:30 PM.  BOTH CONCERTS ARE FREE!!  BE SURE TO SHOW YOUR APPRECIATION TO THE LIGHTS OF LIBERTY THEATER BY PURCHASING YOUR REFRESHMENTS AT THEIR CONCESSION STAND. 

THE BEST CHRISTMAS PAGEANT EVER

Casey County Drama and 21st CCLC will present THE BEST CHRISTMAS PAGEANT EVER at Lights of Liberty Theater for you holiday enjoyment. 
 

 

 

Show times are: 
Friday, Dec 5th at 7:30 pm
Saturday, Dec 6th at 2 and 6 pm
Friday, Dec 12th at 6pm
Saturday, Dec 13th at 2 and 6 pm

FFA SPEAKING AWARD

Congratulations to Karey Sellers for being awarded the Bronze Medal in the National Speaking Career Development Event (CDE) at the National FFA Convention.  CDE's help students develop the abilities to think critically, communicate clearly, and perform effectively in a competitive job market.  Be sure to congratulate Karey for her acheivements in FFA. 
Y.E.S.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY cross country

The Casey County Girls' Varsity Cross Country Team has been working hard to become one of our region's best running teams.  They recently won the first ever regional runner up trophy in Casey County history. These are 7th and 8th graders who run together, study together, pray together at meets, and have set a common goal to win State Championship when they are Juniors and Seniors. 

Congratulate and encourage these outstanding students:  Whitney Clements, Evelyn Moore, Jenna Vaughn, Emma Moore, Laura Cuin, Amy Medibach, Breanna Davison, Anna Jones, Alyssa Sharp, and Sabrina Ipoch

Congratulations to Noah Brown who qualified for the State Championship.

Rebel XC Adds Heat to a Chilly Regional Meet

I am very proud of our Cross Country Team!  When you see these great student/athletes, congratulate them on their accomplishments!  Go REBS!!  -Marion Sowders

LES PUMPKIN CONTEST

Congratulations to the winners of the Liberty Elementary Pumpkin Contest

 

 

  • Scariest- Lauren Woodrum
  • Best Carved-Jake Weddle
  • Funniest-Guy Turner
  • Judge's Choice-Thomas Roy
  • Most Original-Morgan Weddle
  • Sibling category-Makayla and Jaylyn Hamilton
  • Storybook Character-Kaden Farris
FIRE SAFETY AT KIDS TEAM fire safety

In recognition of Fire Safety Month, Nick Scott and Brian Sears with the Liberty Fire Department visited Kids Team.  The children toured the fire truck as they learned about fire safety.

NEW PRINCIPAL AT JPE

From our superintendent Mr. Marion Sowders: 
On behalf of the Jones Park SBDM Council, help me welcome new principal, Mr. Tony Streeval.

CCMS ACADEMIC TEAM

Congratulations to the CCMS Varsity Academic Quick Recall Team for their win over Wayne County with a score of 17 - 6.  The middle school students are Riley Hoskins, Zach Roland, Chloe Smith, Shelby Emerson, Hanna McQueary, Brayden Brown, William Gossage, Austin Williams, and Emily Smith.  Personal high scores for written assessment went to William Gossage and Marlie Blake who tied for first place in Social Studies,.  In Math, Riley Hoskins placed first and Zach Roland second.  Austin Williams placed second in the Science competition.   Y.E.S.

7th GRADE GIRLS WIN STATE

Congratulations to the seventh grade girls basketball team.  They won the frst ever state championship winning all 6 games played.  The score was 27-21 over N. Pulaski in final game.   Team members are MaKencie Woods, Gena Beth Cravens, Natalie Duggins, Jalee Yocum, Allee Wesley, Lottie Gertler, Gracie Johnson, Mackenzie Cundiff, Lauren Lee, Shaylah, Wilkey.  Gena Beth was the tournament. 
Y.E.S 

LIGHTS ON AFTER SCHOOL

21st CCLC Lights on Afterschool Event to celebrate the achievements of after school students and emphasize the importance of learning “beyond the school day.”  
Thursday - October 23rd, 2014 - 6:00 PM
Lights of Liberty Movie Theater
$3 admission     performers free
DEMONSTRATIONS & PERFORMANCES
ART BEAT – PUMPKIN ART PROJECT
COLOR GUARD – This is Halloween
“Liberty’s got Talent” Performance
“Dancing with the Stars” Performance
DRUMLINE/BAND MEMBERS
SCIENCE OLYPIAD/STEAM-EXPERIMENT
CENTER STAGE DANCERS- MONSTER MASH
DANCE TEAM AND THRILLER  DANCERS
CHOIR – If I Were A Boy and Say Something
COSTUME CONTEST

 

CCMS 8th Grade Football State Playoff
KYMSFA State Playoff Game Notification - REGION 2  - 8TH GRADE  - DIVISION 2
Date:   10/11/14 Saturday
Visitor:  SPENCER CO
Home:  CASEY CO
Site: CASEY CO
Game Time:  615PM
GOOD LUCK 8TH GRADE FOOTBALL TEAM!!
THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK The Diary of Anne Frank

THIS WEEKEND AT THE LIGHTS OF LIBERTY THEATER

CASEY COUNTY DRAMA AND 21ST CCLC WILL PRESENT THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4TH AT 2:00 & 6:00 PM.  A MATINEE PERFORMANCE WILL BE ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5TH AT 1:00 PM.  ADMISSION IS $8.00.

WHE 1st place float in the 2014 Casey County Apple Festival

A big congrats to WHE for their 1st place float in the 2014 Casey County Apple Festival.  The float was amazing!!  Great job, WHE!!  Excellence Keeps Moving!!

CCMS Football

GOOD LUCK to the Casey County Middle School football team.  They have made the state playoffs for the third year in a row. We will host Spencer County on October the 11th.  This will be our last home game of the year.  Game time will be announced.  Please come out Saturday, Oct. 11 and support our team at the home playoff game.  Excellence Keeps Moving!

Casey County Payroll Goes Green

Employee Self Serve is a new way to view and manage your own payroll data.

CCMS First Day CCMS

Casey County Middle School teachers and staff are ready to "Keep Excellence Moving" for the new school year!

Open House Dates - Welcome Back to School

Students Begin Classes Thursday, August 7th!!!

Full School Calendar is on our Forms page

Notice of Non-Discrimination

Public Notice
Casey County Board of Education
Notice of Non-Discrimination

Students, their families, employees and potential employees of the Casey County Schools are hereby notified that the Casey County School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, marital status, sex or disability in employment, vocational programs, or activities as set forth in compliance with federal and state statutes and regulations.

SUMMER LEARNING DAY 2014

SUMMER LEARNING DAY will be celebrated at the LIGHTS OF LIBERTY THEATER on July 3, 2014 at 3:00 and 7:30 pm.  21st CCLC Summer Drama Camp will present "We the People" by Pat Cook (copyright 2001, by Pioneer Drama Services, Inc.).  There will be presentations by Art, Color Guard, Dance and Drumline camps.  Admission is $5.

Kindergarten "JUMP START"
July 21st-23rd
Breakfast and Lunch Provided

 

Contact your childs school for more information

 

Itā€™s never too early to read to your children!!

It’s never too early to read to your children!!

Young children need nutritious food, stimulating toys and lots of hugs and kisses. But beginning at birth, they also need to be talked, sung and read to.

New research from Stanford psychologists shows that by talking and reading to your child, parents can help their children learn language more quickly, which speeds up vocabulary growth.  For more Information CLICK HERE

CONGRATULATIONS
Congrats are in order to:
 
Noah Brown finished 4th in the 800 meter.
Jadrian Couch finished 4th in the triple jump.
Brenna Hayes finished 1st in discus and shot put.
CPR & FIRST AID CPR

Rachael King, district nurse, conducted CPR and First Aid Training for seven district staff including AmeriCorps Members.  AmeriCorps members Jenny Wesley (Liberty Elementary) and Jennifer Hamilton (Jones Park Elementary) are pictured practicing CPR along with Jennifer Godbey (Family Resouce East).   According to Mrs. King, more trainings will be offered in the fall. 

MORE TRACK NEWS

Seventh graders Chelsea Elmore and Jenna Vaughn qualified for state in the girls in the 4x400 relay recently at the regional meet. Jenna Vaughn has also qualified by time in the 1600 meter run.  In addition, Tiara Cochran earned a spot in an additional event...the 300 hurdles.   
These girls will be joining Shelby Stringer (pole vault), Tiara Cochran (100 hurdles, 300 hurdles, and 4x400 relay), Lakken Miller (high jump and 4x400 relay), Allison Dallman (high jump), Brenna Hayes (shot put and discus). 
We are extremely proud of these girls!!  In addition to their work on the track, most of these girls have achieved a 3.5 or higher GPA in the classroom.  When you see these girls, please wish them the best in the upcoming state meet!

Excellence Keeps Moving!!

FOOTBALL THIS FRIDAY

Friday, May 16th at 7pm the High School and Middle School will be having the 2nd annual Blue/White spring game. The high school will play 2 quarters followed by the middle school playing 2 quarters. This will also be broadcasted on WKDO. Please come out for our 2nd annual Blue/White game.

State Track Competitors

Congratulations to following students for advancing to the KHSAA state track meet:

Shelby Stringer- 4th time regional champion pole vault
Lakken Miller- regional champion in high jump
Brenna Hayes- regional champion in both shot put and discus
Tiara Cochran - runner-up in 100 hurdles
Allison Dallman- 3rd place finisher in high jump

Best of luck at the state meet! 
Great job, Rebs!! 
Excellence Keeps Moving!

Casey County Schools Salute Our Teachers

Here are a few quotes that salute the greatness of our teachers!

Casey High Ranked Nationally Two Years Running

US News & World Report announces Education Best High Schools.  Casey County High School scores national BRONZE again!

tennis

GOOD LUCK TO OUR TENNIS TEAM AT REGIONAL TOURNAMENT TODAY.!!!  MATCHES BEGIN AT 4:00 AT BEREA.

Spring Drama Production

ENCORE PERFORMACE
TUESDAY, APRIL 15 AT 7:00 PM
TICKETS ARE GOING FAST AT LIGHTS OF LIBERTY
Other performances are listed below

CASEY COUNTY DRAMA AND 21ST CENTURY COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTER WILL PRESENT "ANNIE, JR" AT THE LIGHTS OF LIBERTY THEATRE
THURSDAY, APRIL 10 AT 7:00 PM
SATURDAY, APRIL 12 AT 2:00 PM
SUNDAY, APRIL 13 AT 2:00 PM
MONDAY, APRIL 14 AT 7:00 PM
TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW AT LIGHTS OF LIBERTY THEATRE.  TICKETS WILL SELL OUT QUICKLY.  ADMISSION IS $6.00

No School for Students Wednesday Jan.8, 2014

All staff will report at 9A.M. to their school or work site (excluding central office).

Lindsey Conley Honored by Berea College!
FUNDRAISER FOR BACKPACK PROGRAM Backpack fundraiser
Dunnville Christian Church is hosting “A TENNESSEE CHRISTMAS” benefit concert featuringJason Coleman (Grandson of Floyd Kramer) and Megan Taylor (Great-niece of Chet Atkins) on Wednesday, December 18th at 7:00 pm!
 
This benefit concert will support the Casey County Schools Backpack Program. Entry is by donation, give what you can! Come out and help provide food for at-risk students during the Christmas Holiday Season. For more information, please call 606-787-0138, and please help spread the word to anyone who might be interested!
CASEY COUNTY DRAMA PRESENTATION Yes, Virginia

Casey County Drama and 21st CCLC presents Yes, Virginia the Musical at the new Lights of Liberty Theatre.  Due to a schedule change for the Liberty Christmas Parade, the  NEW SHOWTIMES are Dec. 13th 7:30,~~ Dec. 14th 6:00,~~ Dec. 15th 1:30.  The dates have not changed.
Advanced tickets will be available to be purchased at Lights of Liberty December 5th after 3:00.

CCMS 8th Grader named KY Football Allstate

Collin Allen an 8th grader at Casey County Middle School was named Kentucky Middle School Football Association Allstate. He was picked as the top player in his position as left tackle for division 2 in middle school and is a starter on the Allstate Kentucky team. Collin maintains a 4.0 gpa.  Congratulations to Collin!

CONGRATULATIONS FROM SUPERINTENDENT SOWDERS
I would like to congratulate our high school athletic director, Victor Black, who recently received a great honor/award by the Kentucky High School Athletic Directors Association (KHSADA) and the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA). He was nominated and selected unanimously to the receive the 2014 NIAAA Kentucky State Award of Merit award at the 2014 state conference awards banquet at Papa Johns Stadium in Louisville on April 24th. He is the first AD from Casey County to receive this prestigious award and also the only one from CCHS to be a state finalist for Kentucky Athletic of the Year (2010) and KHSADA 12th Region AD of the Year (2010).
 
Below is a description from the NIAAA for the award.
 
The State Award of Merit is may be selected and presented annually in each state. It is an award presented by the state to an NIAAA member who demonstrates outstanding leadership and meritorious service and achievement in the vocation of interscholastic administration. Selections and presentations are made by each state athletic administrator association and the award is provided by the NIAAA.
CASEY COUNTY CHRISTMAS DRAMA

Casey County Drama and 21st Century Community Learning Center will present "Yes Virginia the Musical" as it's first public performance at the new Lights of Liberty Theatre on December 13 at 6:00 pm.   Other performances will be on Saturday at 6:00 pm and Sunday at 1:30 pm.    This is the story of a little girl who taught the world to believe!  Performers include elementary through high school students.  Admission is $5.00.

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS FROM SUPERINTENDENT SOWDERS

ACADEMICS:  Congratulations to the 6thGrade Academic Team for their win over King Middle School in Mercer County on Monday night. Great job!!

WELDING: I would like to congratulate Jason “Cole” Reed for placing
5thplace at the Central Kentucky Welding Classic held recently in Harrodsburg. The event was all processes welding. The ATC had three students who participated in the event and each received $500 scholarships to Tulsa Welding School. Each student also received a t-shirt. Cole also received a welding jacket, helmet, spark lighters, wire brushes, grinding shield, and chipping hammer. The value of the items Cole received was well over $100. Reed has an excellent attendance record as well as a fantastic GPA. If you see Cole, be sure to congratulate him. Great job!!

FOOTBALL:  Great news from the CCMS football team:  7th grader Levi Vaughn has been selected to 7th grade East/West all-star team.  He is the second player selected to the Kentucky team (de- Preston tucker 7th grade team, OT-Collin Allen 8th grade team). We have 6 players selected for East/West Ky. all-star team.  The Ky. team is the top 35 players in the state, the East/West all-star are the top 100 players in the state.
8th grade Ky. all-star
Qb- Britt Pendleton
7th grade Ky All-stars
Qb- Austin Campbell
Lb- Aj Glenn
Ng- Logan Combs
Dt- Andrew Mercer
Lb- Zachary Todd
Great job boys!! We are proud of you!!

 

Casey student selceted for Olympic Development Program

Chelsea Elmore, a seventh grade student at CCMS, was selected for the Olympic Development Program in soccer for the 2013-2014 season. This program is for 12 and 13 year old girls. Only thirty-six students were selected in the state. Great job, Chelsea!

CCMS 8TH GRADE FOOTBALL TEAM won 12-0 last weekend and will play in the regional championship game Saturday, October 26th at Wayne County.  Game time is 2:30 (eastern).  This puts them in the final 8 in division 2 KYMSFA state playoffs. This is the 2nd year in a row that the 8th grade has made it to the regional championship game.  GOOD LUCK!!
CCMS FOOTBALL
Casey County Middle School's 7th grade football team won this past Saturday against Monroe County 40-8 in the first round of the KYMSFA state playoffs.

GOOD LUCK to the 7th and 8th grade teams when they play Glasgow this coming Saturday 10/19 at Glasgow for the 2nd round of KYMSFA state playoffs.  The 7th grade plays at 5pm and 8th grade plays at 7pm eastern time.

TEEN TALK
On October 16th, Casey County Middle School 7th graders will participate in TEEN TALK. This is a full day 4 H event.  Local businessmen and women set up booths and speak to the sudents about bullying, manners, personal hygiene, oral care, drugs, physical fitess and healthy eating.
VIP READ, SING, TALK & PLAY WITH BABIES Very Important Parent
PARENT EVENT FOR NEW PARENTS

Saturday, October 5th from 10am - noon at the Casey County Public Library
Sponsored by Family Resource Centers, Youth Services Center, Community Ed, Preschool Department, Casey County Early Childhood Council, Casey County Public Library and Casey County Extension Office.

Casey County Preschool Start Date

Casey County Preschool Start Date

September 3, 2013

 

If you need information concerning preschool, please contact:

Kristy Dykes-Preschool Teacher @ WHE 787-0045

Cindy Board-Preschool Teacher @ JPE 787-1217

Barry D. Lee-Preschool Director @ BOE 787-2210 EXT 2235

APPLE FESTIVAL SPELLING BEE

The Casey County Apple Festival spelling bee will be held at 10 AM, Friday, September 27th at the Ag Expo Center. Participants must qualify by winning a grade level competition at their public, private or home school group. Information can be obtained from Barbara Jeffries at 787-8092 or email brjeffries@windstream.net.

COMMUNITY ED CLASSES

ZUMBA classes are held on Monday's and Thursday's at Walnut Hill Cafeteria from 6:30 pm until 7:45 pm.  Cost is $4 per class or a punch card for $30 for ten classes.  Jessica Payton and Sondra Raney, Instructors

COMMUNITY ED DANCE classes will resume Saturday, August 10 at Casey Middle School gym.  Register at your first class.  Cost is $25 per month or $40 for two siblings.  Sarah Wilkey, Instructor
     Ages 11 and up   10:00 am
     Ages 8 - 10         11:00 am
     Ages 6 - 7           12:00 pm
     Ages 3 - 5            1:00 pm

 

OPEN HOUSE FOR 2013-14

OPEN HOUSES FOR CASEY COUNTY SCHOOL YEAR 2013-14

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS:  THURSDAY ~ AUGUST 1ST.  6 - 7:30 PM

CASEY MIDDLE SCHOOL:  TUESDAY ~ AUGUST 6TH.  5 - 6:30 PM

CASEY HIGH SCHOOL:  FRIDAY ~ AUGUST 2ND
                                   INCOMING FRESHMEN   4 - 5 PM
                                     UPPER CLASSMEN    5 - 6 PM
 

 

SUMMER DRAMA CAMP PRESENTATION Chaos in Fairy Tale Forest

This Friday, June 28th, the 21st Century Community Learning Center, in partnership with the talented youth of Casey County, will present the play ā€œCHAOS IN FAIRY TALE FORESTā€ at 4:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m. at the Casey County Middle School.
ADMISSION IS FREE

Kindergarten "JUMP START"

Monday July 22nd - Wednesday July 24th
8:30 a.m. - 12:00p.m.
At Your Childā€™s Elementary School

Jones Park Elementary 787-1217
Liberty Elementary 787-6961
Walnut Hill Elementary 787-0045

"Breakfast and Lunch Provided"

21st Century CLC Summer Camps

SUMMER CAMPS OFFERED BY 21ST CENTURY CLC ARE LISTED BELOW WITH A DESCRIPTION.  The dates for each camp and other camp information are included.   Camps are for grades 8-12.  TRANSITION CAMPS ARE FOR GRADES 7 & 9.  Registration forms are available at the middle and high school or you may print a form from this posting.  Registration is due as soon as possible.                          FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT   rita.sweeney@casey.kyschools.us              amanda.spinks@casey.kyschools.us          

CCMS  787-6769   or  CCHS  787-6151

 

HIGH SCHOOL TRANSITION CAMP summer camp

TRANSITION CAMP FOR INCOMING 9TH GRADERS WILL BE HELD JULY 8-11.  Registration forms are due May 15 and are available at the middle school or you may print it from this post.

CCMS TRANSITION CAMP summer camp

CCMS TRANSITION CAMP WILL BE HELD JULY 8-11.  This camp is for ALL incoming 7th grade students.  Registration forms are available at the schools or may be printed from this posting.  Forms are due Wednesday, May 15. 

TRANSITION CAMP is especially important this year because we will be doing MAP testing for students who attend so their math class can be scheduled before school begins. That is why we are having the camp in early July instead of late July.

DRAMA CLUB BANQUET drama art

The Drama Club will be hosting their year end banquet at the Bread of Life tomorrow night (Thursday) at 6:00 pm. All members are invited to attend, food is on us!

COMMUNITY ED DANCERS

CASEY COUNTY COMMUNITY ED DANCERS will present their spring recital this Saturday, May 4th  at Casey County Middle School Gym at 7:00 pm.  There are 27 dancers and other entertainment scheduled.  Sarah Wilkey, Instructor.  Admission is $3 for adults and $1 for students.

Celebration of the Arts Showcase

EVERYONE IS INVITED TO THE 21st Century CLC Spring Showcase “Celebration of the Arts” on Tuesday, April 30th from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. at Casey County Middle School!

 
Student displays, performances, awards, & demonstrations will be offered and refreshments will be served! Please help share the word with anyone who may be interested!
CASEY COUNTY DRAMA Lil' Abner

Casey County Drama will present Lil' Abner at the high school gym this week on Thursday, April 11 and Friday, April 12, 2013 at 6:00 PM.  Admission is $5 for Adults and $3 for Students.

Prom Tux Rental
Geno's Tuxedo Rental measuring and order day will be Wednesday, March 13th in the high school library.  The school discount is $20 off prom tuxedos.  A deposit of $50 is required.  Make checks payable to:  Photography by Tommy Wilson.
Cinderella's Closet Open House Cinderella's Closet
Cinderella's Closet Open House
Saturday, March 2nd
10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
 
Cinderella's Closet is open to any student in any school district so please invite your friends from surrounding counties to attend.
Casey County Students Connect with International Space Station Astronaut Dr. Tom Marshburn
News Quiz Special: A Space Station Conversation on Friday, January 11 at 9:40/8:40 am CT on KET when a LIVE question-and-answer session will take place between students and astronaut, Dr. Tom Marshburn.
Holiday Variety Show Holiday Variety Show
Holiday Variety Show
Casey County Drama Drama presentation
CASEY COUNTY DRAMA PRESENTATION
NEW!!!! Jones Park Panthers Shirts!!!!!
Order now to get the newest Jones Park Panthers shirts!  Hoodies, Long Sleeve T-shirts & Short Sleeve T-shirts!  Shirts are gray with a blue and black design and range from $12 - $22!!!!  DEADLINE for orders is Monday, October 1st!!!!!!  ORDER FORM
Lights On After School Lights On After Schools
Join in the celebration for LIGHTS ON AFTER SCHOOL with 21st Century Community Learning Center on October 18th at Casey County High School
CCMS Football CCMS Football
The CCMS Football team, coached by Darren Summers, will compete against TT Knight for the Regional Championship of KYMSFA Round 3 in the State Playoff Game at TK Stone Middle School, 323 Morning Side Drive, Elizabethtown, KY at 5 pm Saturday, October 27.
Good Luck!!
Openings at Kid's Team
Openings at Kid's Team
OPEN HOUSES
OPEN HOUSES SCHEDULE
BACK TO SCHOOL BASH
BACK TO SCHOOL BASH
TRANSITION CAMPS TO CCMS & CCHS SIGN UPS
21ST CENTURY TRANSITION CAMPS
NATIONAL SUMMER LEARNING DAY
CELEBRATE SUMMER LEARNING WITH US
21st Century Summer Camps 2012
21st Century Summer Camp Information
SCRUBBY BEAR
HOSA presents Scrubby Bear to elementary students
Career and Technical Education Showcases Casey Students
Video Project Shows Postiive Future
COMMUNITY ED CLASSES
ZUMBA PARTY AND DANCE CLASSES
Immediate opening for an Electrical Instructor. Immediate opening for an Electrical Instructor.

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           

Casey County Schools Closed Today Feb.2

February 2, 2018 is Not an NTI day.  Casey County Schools will be closed today; however, we WILL still have the Center Court celebration to honor our distinnguished students at tonight's game at Casey High School.

STUDENTS: Access your old email account

Accessing your old account and forwarding items to your current account is the fastest and easiest way to pick and choose the email you need right now.

Surplus Parts - Casey High football field lights

Will open bids 9/12/17 2 P.M.

Casey County Schools Steps UP for Early Childhood Education

District-Wide Preschool Programs!!!

The Superintendent Toolbox homepage highlighted Casey County’s School Readiness video during the month of January.

 

Back the Blue Breakfast

Back the Blue Breakfast

Law Enforcement Appreciation Breakfast

September 7, 2016

9:00 AM at Liberty Elementary

 

Honoring the Men and Woman that serve and proctect our community. Open to all Casey County law enforcement personnel.

Please wear uniforms and / or badge.

Back to school bash

Back to School Bash

 

Thursday July 28th 4-6 pm Ag Expo Center

for grades PreK-6

Sponsored By:

Casey Co. School’s Family Resource Centers,

 & Title 1 Parent Involvement

Cumberland Family Medical van will be there conducting exams/physicals if your child needs one.

 

Equipment for sale

CCHS is now accepting sealed bids for the following equipment listed below:

Powermatic Model 60 Jointer 115/230 Volt, Has not been used in a long time, Brent said need to be adjusted and sharpened

Powermatic Model 65 Table Saw 230 Volt

Powermatic Model 160 Planer 115/230 Volt

The equipment has been in storage for a few years, but it did operate prior to being placed in storage.

However, the equipment is used and may need some repair or replacement parts.

If interested in viewing the equipment you can schedule an appoint with Mr. Sellers.

If interested in submitting a sealed bid please contact Mr. Sellers at 606-787-8280.

Sealed bids will be accepted until May 13th.

Casey County Schools Substitute Training

Casey County Schools Substitute Training

Thursday, July 7, 2016 at 8:30 a.m.

Casey County High School Cafeteria

Please complete the following:

  • Application Packet (these can be picked up at the Casey County Board of Education) o This includes obtaining your official transcript and a physical exam.
  • Return the application packet with transcripts and physical exam to the Casey County Board of Education. Human Resources and the District Health Coordinator will then obtain finger prints for your background check and have you complete a drug test.

The above must be completed by Friday, June 24th in order to attend the training on Thursday, July 7, 2016. The training will be held at Casey County High School Cafeteria.

** Please note it takes 4-6 weeks for background check results to be returned to our office.

For Questions please call: 606-787-6941

WINNERS ON WRITING CONTEST

Four Casey County High School students brought home awards from the Campbellsville University Writing Contest on March 24, 2016.  Pictured from left to right are:  Lillie Cornett-1st place Poetry, Nakoma Brown & Jenni Brunner tied for 1st place in Short Story, and Catelynn Helm-1st place in the Essay category.  Overall these students brought home $400 in prize money for their writing talents!

No school tomorrow 01/27/16 - staff work day

There will be no school on Wednesday, January 27, 2016; however, tomorrow will be a staff work day. This is a contract day and not a professional development day.  All certified and classified employees should report to work at 8:30.  K-6 Language Arts Teachers who have designated by your principal to work on the writing curriculum should report to the Liberty Elementary library at 8:30.  Those teachers will be released to their schools after lunch.  All other employees should report to their work site at 8:30 tomorrow morning. 

Kaplan Test Prep

Casey County High School partners with Kaplan Test Prep to hold a full prep ACT course at your school

Pre-K - 5th receives RIF grant!!!
1-2-3 MAGIC

1-2-3 MAGIC PARENTING WORKSHOP is being offered in Russell County.  Sessions are 8:30-12:30 on October 20, 21, 22, 27,28,29.  Special topics, in addiction to the workshop, special topics will be included.  Free food and childcare.  You must register for childcare.  Call 1-800-928-6382for more information and registration.

Kindergarten Registration
Girlsā€™ Cross Country team qualified for the KHSAA State Meet
The Girls’ Cross Country team qualified for the KHSAA State Meet which will be held this Saturday. They work very hard on the sporting field and in the classroom.  These eight girls have set a goal to earn straight A's on this report card.

 

 

The team is coached by Jonathan Vaughn  The names of the girls in order are (see attached photo): Tiara Cochran, Hailee Byrd, Jenna Vaughn, Laura Cuin, Noel Davison, Caitlin Pollick, Breanna Davison and Kelsey Arthur.

If you see these girls, congratulate them on their success and wish them luck on Saturday!

 

NTI 8

Casey Co Schools closed today Wednesday March 14, 2018.

ARCHERY EXCELLENCE archery

Congratulations to our 21st Century Archery students who competed in the 2018 Science Hill Warm Up for State Tournement.    Justin Luttrell placed second with a score of 291 in the high school competition.  In the middle school competition, Mary Couch won first place with a score of 289 and Rebecca Couch placed third with a score of 286.  Archery is coached by Robert and Sandy Luttrell.  (click on photo to enlarge)

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CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK
Tuesday 9/12 -Girls Basketball home v. Hart County 6:00 -Football home v. Clinton County 6:00
Thursday 9/14 -Girls Basketball @ Adair County 5:30
Saturday 9/16 -Girls Basketball 8th/7th home v. Northern Pulaski 10 AM -Girls basketball 6th grade conference tournament at Campbellsville 

2017-18 SCHOOL CALENDAR

2017-18 CASEY COUNTY SCHOOL CALENDAR

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CCMS THIS WEEK IN SPORTS
Thursday 2/2 ~ Volleyball Home v. Metcalfe County 6:00
Friday 2/3 ~ Volleyball @ Danville Bate Middle 6:00

Senior with school spirit!
2016 football youth camp

Dates:  Monday July 25th; Tuesday July 26th and Thursday July 28th

Daily Times:  8:30 A.M. – 12:00 Noon; All Campers will be fed both breakfast and lunch at CCHS.  Campers may bring sunscreen, if needed.

Where:  Report each morning for check-in and registration at the CCHS cafeteria; we will use all facilities related to the football program.

Pickup:  Campers are to be picked up at the same morning drop off location which is the CCHS cafeteria.

Cost:  $40; includes t-shirt, breakfast and lunch.  Player must be registered by 9:00 on Monday July 25th to receive a T-shirt.

Grades:  Any student entering grades K-6 is eligible to come to the camp

Instructors:  CCHS and CCMS football coaches and players

Instruction:  This will be a NON-CONTACT camp.  Campers will receive instruction at multiple positions dealing with football skills.  They will also be introduced to basic agility and speed techniques. 

Attire:  Campers are to wear T-shirts and shorts to each day of practice.  Also, they will need to bring both cleats and tennis shoes each day.

Inclement Weather Plans:  In case of inclement weather we will take campers into school gymnasiums or the field house for instruction.

Camp Contact:  CCHS Head Football Coach Steve Stonebraker – coachstoneycasey@gmail.com

 

 

ALUMNI FOOTBALL football

This Saturday June 11 at 7:30 pm is the Casey County football alumni game. Come out, watch and support our football program. Admission is $5.

TRACK TRACK

GIRLS ADVANCING TO STATE IN TRACK AND FIELD
BRENNA HAYES (SHOT PUT AND DISCUS)
CHELSEA ELMORE (400M, 4X400 RELAY)
BREANNA DAVISSON ( 3200M)
JENNA VAUGHN (800M, 1600M, 4X400, 4X800 RELAY)
EMMA MOORE (4X200, 4X400 RELAY)
HALEY LYNN (4X200, 4X400 RELAY)
JENNA CARMAN (4X200 RELAY)
EVELYN MOORE ( 4X800 RELAY)
ALLISON DALLMAN (HIGH JUMP, 4X200)
**RELAY ALTERNATES LAURA CUIN, ELSA DIAZ
BOYS
FREDRICO DIAZ (4X400, 4X800)
NOAH BROWN (800M, 4X400, 4X800)
BRANDON BANKS (4X400, 4X800)
CHASE WILLIAMS (3200M, 4X400, 4X800)
**RELAY ALTERNATES DANIEL NORTON, GALYN AMOS, GARRETT BISHOP
Our Runnin' Rebs represented well at Region...
Best of Luck at State!!!!

CANCELLATIONS RAIN

CANCELED MONDAY, MAY 2
BASEBALL VS SOUTH LAUREL
CCMS SOFTBALL VS METCALFE

CCHS SPORTS

April 11-15, 2016
Monday – Baseball vs. Metcalfe Co. (Home 6:00)
Boys Tennis vs. Lincoln Co. (Home 5:00)
Girls Tennis @ East Jessamine (5:30)
Tuesday – Baseball @ Pulaski County (5:45)
Boys Tennis @ Pulaski County (5:45)
Softball vs. Pulaski County (6:00)
Thursday – Baseball vs. Pulaski County (Home 5:45)
Girls Tennis @ Pulaski County (5:45)
Softball @ Pulaski County (5:45)
Friday – Boys and Girls Tennis vs. Wayne Co. (Home 5:45)

CCMS VOLLEYBALL volleyball

CCMS 7th grade won over Hart County Thursday (3/24). They will play Tuesday (3/29) for the Semi-finals round of the Conference Playoffs at Taylor County.

REGIONAL INFO

12th Region Boys Basketball Tournament Information
Dates: March 2, 3, 7, 8   Admission: $6.00
Rebs Play 7:45 on the 3rd vs. West Jessamine
**For information on other games…please check Riherds scoreboard on the khsaa.org
No signs/Noise makers/Confetti
Bands: Each band member must have an instrument when they enter the building. Bands must enter through the pass gate. Bands are not allowed to play while the game is in progress
Cheerleaders: Cheerleaders will cheer on the same end of the floor as their team bench and student section. Cheerleaders will be permitted into the game in uniform on game nights only.
Seating: Opposing fans will not be behind any team’s bench.
Videos: your game only
Buses: The teams, band, and cheer will unload in front of ROTC door. ROTC will guide the buses on how to enter the gym and where to park. 

LADY REBS bball

Lady Rebs will play tonight (Tuesday, Feb. 9th) at home 5/6:30 start times.

REBEL UPDATE REB

Games scheduled for remainder of the week
Lady REBS vs. East Jessamine 1-26-16 home
Lady REBS vs. Southwestern 1-28-16 home
REBS vs. Perry County Central 1-29-16 home

TOP 8% 8%

CASEY COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT IS NOW IN THE TOP 8% OF KENTUCKY SCHOOLS.  WE RANK 36 OUT OF 173 DISTRICTS.  WALNUT HILL AND JONES PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS ARE DISTINGUISHED!  CASEY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL AND LIBERTY ELEMENTARY ARE PROFICIENT!
CONGRATULATIONS!! 
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!

CROSS COUNTRY

Congrats to our students who made the All-Area 8 Cross Country teams for the 2014 season.  The teams were selected based on votes from all Area 8 coaches.
Middle School Girls 1st Team:  Jenna Vaughn and Whitney Clements 
Middle School Girls 2nd Team: Breanna Davison and Laura Cuin 
Middle School Boys 2nd Team: Nate Goode
Varsity Boys 2nd Team: Noah Brown
 Elementary Girls 2nd Team: Abby Vaughn
 Elementary Boys 2nd Team: Alex Wilham
and Mitchell Duggins

BORN LEARNING ACADEMY

BORN LEARNING ACADEMY

Jones Park and Walnut Hill Elementary are offering a free parent workshop series to help families in Casey County ensure their young children are prepared for school.  Mr. Sowders spoke to the families at the first meeting.  
The
United Way Born Learning Academy is offered to any families with kids under five in Casey County. The workshops focus on how to turn everyday moments into learning opportunities.  Parents are not required to have a child enrolled at the school to attend. Childcare and supper are provided.  You may register by calling Shelly Wesley at WHE 787-0045 or Jennifer Godbey at JPE 787-7985.  Workshops are set for 5:00-6:30p.m.

Click on 'read more' for the schedule. 

 

 

 

 

 

SCHOOL HOURS TO CHANGE MAY 21ST clock

The board voted to end the extended 45 minutes per day beginning WEDNESDAY, MAY 21st for the remaining last 10 days (first day of the testing window). 
Therefore, May 21st – June 4th, we will not go the extended 45 minutes per day. 

Destruction of Records Notice

Destruction of Records Notice

In accordance with district procedures and records retention guidelines, the following special education records housed at Casey County Board of Education Office will be destroyed thirty days from date of this notice:  Special Education Due Process Records for students who attended Casey County Schools and were born in 1990.  Parties desiring a copy of such records must contact Barry Lee, Director of Special Education Services at 606-787-2210 Ext 2235, no later than March 21, 2014.

Chromebook Project Update
Excellent Students

Casey County Schools have the BEST students!

Children's Advocacy Day

Casey County steps up for Kentucky's kids at Frankfort's Children's Advocacy Day

Community Ed KARATE Classes

Community Ed KARATE Classes will not be held today, Monday, January 6th.  A make up class time will be announced at class next week.

DANCING WITH THE REBS

DANCING WITH THE REBS
SATURDAY, JANUARY 4TH
7:00 PM (Doors open at 5:00)

SEVEN COUPLES WILL COMPETE AT
CASEY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

SUPPORT THE CHEERLEADEERS AND
THEIR FLORIDA COMPETITION

ADMISSION   $5.00

National FFA Convention - interview with Arne Duncan
Brent and Lisa Ware’s daughter, Allison, a CCHS graduate from last year, spent a few minutes talking with Arne Duncan during the National FFA Convention this past week.  The meeting was in Freedom Hall with some other Kentucky State FFA officers.  Allison is the State Secretary of the Kentucky FFA and a freshman at UK majoring in Ag Biotechnology.   We love to highlight our students (and former students) doing great things.  Great job, Allison!
New Online Meal Prepayment System Available Now!
CCMS STUDENT COMPETES AT SCC
CCMS 8th grader Abby Raines competed at the Somerset Community College Teen Theatre Festival March 3.  Abby won 2nd place in the monologue category for grades 7-9.
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Get instant student information on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
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CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK:
Tuesday 3/13 ~ Softball Home v Lincoln County 
Thursday 3/15 ~ Softball Home v Russell County  -- Girls Soccer at Mccreary 
Friday 3/16 ~ Baseball Home v Galilean Home
Saturday 3/17 ~ Baseball home v Garrard County 11:00 
Saturday 3/17 - Monday 3/19 ~ CCMS Academic Team Governors Cup State Finals @ Louisville

Kindergarten Registration

2018 - 2019 School Year

APRIL 16th - 20th

CHILDREN WHO ARE 5 YEARS OLD

ON OR BEFORE AUGUST 1, 2018

READ MORE FOR ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS 

Kindergarten

100 DAYS whe 100

Walnut Hill Elementary celebrated 100 days of school!!  (click on the photo to enlarge)

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CCHS WEEKLY SPORTS SCENE
Mon 9/11 - Volleyball at Somerset 5:30 -Boys Golf hosts Lincoln Count -Girls Soccer hosts Taylor County 6:00
Tues 9/12 -Volleyball hosts Pulaski County 5:30 -Boys Golf hosts East Jessamine -Boys Soccer at Whitley County 6:30
Thur 9/14 - Volleyball at Rockcastle County. 5:30 -Girls Soccer hosts McCreary Central. 6:00 -Boys Soccer hosts Wayne County 7:30 -Boys Golf at Adair County
Fri 9/15 - Football at Jeffersontown.  7:30 Kickoff
Sat 9/16 -Cross Country at the Fairgrounds Frenzy in E’Town -Boys Golf at Conference Tournament

7th GRADE CHAMPS CCMS

The CCMS seventh grade boys basketball team won the CKMSAC conference championship game over Russell County. 
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!

IMPORTANT DATES

OPEN HOUSES
ALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS - AUGUST 4, 5:30-7 PM
CCHS - AUGUST 5, 5-6:30 PM
FRESHMEN - AUGUST 5, 5-6 PM
CCHS UPPER CLASS - AUGUST 5, 6-7 PM

1ST DAY OF SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS WILL BE TUESDAY, AUGUST 9th.

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MONDAY 5/23- BASEBALL DISTRICT TOURNAMENT CASEY COUNTY VS. ROCK 6:00, PC VS. SOMERSET 8:00
TUESDAY 5/24- OPEN
WEDNESDAY 5/25- SOFTBALL DISTRICT TOURNAMENT CASEY COUNTY VS. ROCK 6:00, PC VS. SOMERSET 8:00
THURSDAY 5/26- DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP (BASEBALL) 6:30
DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP (SOFTBALL) 6:30
FRIDAY 5/27 – STATE TRACK MEET

SUMMBER BASKETBALL CAMP

SUMMER BASKETBALL CAMP

Casey County Youth Basketball  Camp 2016
Date:    June 6th,7th,8th  (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday)                                                              
For:    Boys and girls in K through 8th grades for the 2016-2017 school year. 
Where:   Casey County High School Gym/ Middle School Gym
Time:    830am to 3pm (boys and girls will be held at same time but will have separate schedules.) 
Cost:   $55;    $45 (Per camper if two members from same family attend camp) 
Make Checks payable to Casey County Basketball 
Cost includes breakfast and lunch each day plus Camp T-shirt. 
Click on the picture for more information and the registration form.

SOCCER CHANGE soccer

Girls soccer game for Monday, May 2 has been cancelled and rescheduled for Tuesday, May 3. 

CCMS UPDATE baseball

The middle school baseball game at Garrard scheduled for tonight (Monday, 4/11) has been moved to Thursday.

SOFTBALL softball

CCMS softball game tonight (Thursday, 3/24) is cancelled.

REGIONALS

THE TABLE IS SET:  CASEY COUNTY VS WEST JESSAMINE  AT PULASKI COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL ON MARCH 3RD AT 7:45 P.M.   GO REBS!!!

 

LADY REBEL BASKETBALL

Lady Rebel basketball game at Garrard County tonight (Monday, Jan. 25) has been cancelled. We will look to reschedule.
The Girls hope to play East Jessamine tomorrow night at Home. Weather permitting.

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CCMS This week in Sports
Monday 10/12 ~~ Lady Rebels Basketball @ Pulaski County 6:00
Tuesday 10/13 ~~ Lady Rebels Basketball Home Russell County 5:00
Academic Team @ Southern
Saturday 10/17 ~~ Football State playoffs @ Somerset Meece (final 16) 11:00

CROSS COUNTY COACH OF THE YEAR

Congratulation to CCMS Cross Country COACH VAUGHN for being voted MIDDLE SCHOOL COACH OF THE YEAR by all Area 8 Cross Country coaches.

REX RADER LUNCH

THERE WILL BE A CHILI & POTATO SOUP LUNCH AT THE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN LIBERTY THIS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17 FROM 11:00AM UNTIL 2:00PM.  INCLUDED IS SOUP, SANDWICH, DESSERT AND DRINK FOR $5.  ALL PROCEEDS WILL BENEFIT REX RADER. 

12TH REGION TENNIS CHAMPIONS Tennis Champs 2014

The Casey County High School Girls' Tennis team won the 12th region championship after winning a tiebreak match in a playoff to break the tie between our team and that of West Jessamine.  Our team played like champions with sportsmanship, integrity, determination, and powerful athleticism; the girls overcame every obstacle that appeared in their paths to repeat as regional champions.  Congratulations to Haley Owens, Amber Pierce, Sara Coffman, Chelsey Lynn, Taylor Monday, Madison Lee, Laci Lee, Jackie Buis, Sarah Harne, Madi Meece, and Abigail Crew!  Be sure to congratulate these talented young ladies! Y.E.S.

Make up days

February 14th and February 17th were approved as make up days for the students at Monday's board meeting. 

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From our superintendent:
Congrats to our Lady Rebels, Champions of the Campbellsville Food Pantry Tournament, last weekend!  Go Lady Rebs!!
 
Your Excellence Shows ( Y.E.S.)
SIXTH GRADE GIRLS BASKETBALL
Our 6th Grade Girls Basketball team displayed true EXCELLENCE this weekend on the court. The girls advanced to the state championship game where they fell just short of the title against Southern Middle. Our 6thgrade girls team was STATE RUNNER – UP! Wow!! Great job girls and coaches! If you see any of the team or coach, be sure to congratulate them on this amazing accomplishment! We are very proud of you!!
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CCHS SCIENCE OLYMPIAD so

The Casey County High School Science Olympiad Team placed 3rd overall in the Regional Competition held at Somerset Community College on March 17. This allows them to progress to the State Level Science Olympiad Competition being held at Western Kentucky University on April 21st. The students compete in events that incorporate STEM principles with all projects researched, designed, and built by the students. The team has been meeting after school as a 21st Century sponsored program coached by Steven Code and assisted by Carey McKinney.  Click on Photo Gallery for results of competition and more pictures.

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CCHS SPORTS THIS WEEK: 
Monday 3/12 - Girls and Boys Tennis hosts Boyle County
Tuesday 3/13 - Girls and Boys Tennis at Danville
Thursday 3/15 - Girls and Boys Tennis hosts Somerset 

CANCELED volleyball

The Volleyball game at Science Hill for tonight, Thursday, February 1st, has been cancelled. 

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Monday (1/22):  Boys Basketball hosts Mercer County.  JV@6:00.  Varsity@7:30, Girls Basketball at Garrard County.   JV@6:00.  Varsity@7:30
Thursday (1/25):  Girls Basketball hosts Southwestern.   JV@6:00.  Varsity@7:30
Friday (1/26):  Boys Basketball hosts Russell County.  JV@6:00.  Varsity@7:30.

***Immediately following the JV game on 1/26 we will be honoring the 25th Anniversary of the 1993 CCHS Boys Basketball Region 12 Champions with an on-court recognition. 

GEAR UP GUEST SPEAKER gear up

Cole Reed, a Casey High alumni, came in to speak to the Gear Up welding students about preparing now for a future in the industry.  He shared real-world lessons he had learned and left words of advice and encouragement for the opportunities students have ahead of them, if they prepare for them now.  (click on photo to enlarge)

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Two ninth grade students at Casey County High School were the winners of the Logo Contest for Casey Health Empowerment Coalition (CHEC).  Blake Campbell and Gracie Johnson were each presented a $25 Walmart Gift Card by Wendy Bullock of the Aetna Better Health of KY.  (Click on photo to enlarge)

TRANSITION CAMPS

21st Centruy Community Learning Center is offering Transition Camp for students entering 7th and 9th grade.  The 7th grade camp will be Monday thru Thursday July 11 - 14.  The 9th grade camp will be held Wednesday and Thursday, July 13 & 14.  Students will report to the high school cafeteria for breakfast at 8:00 am each day.  Parent pickup will be at 3:00 each afternoon.  If you are riding the 21st Century buses, be at the bus stops at 7:25 and the bus should  be there at 7:30 am.  For more information, call Karin Weddle at 606-706-5797.

SOCCER soccer

All Girls and Boys interested in playing soccer this fall come out and start conditioning and training with us every Monday, Tuesday, andThursday at Jones Park Elementary from 5pm-6:30pm.

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Click on photo for the CCMS sports schedule this week.

CCMS SPORTS

CCMS SCHEDULE
Monday 4/11 Softball Home v. Taylor Baseball @ Garrard
Tuesday 4/12 Girls Soccer Home v. Danville
Softball @ Science Hill
Baseball @ Russell County
Boys Soccer @ Southern Pulaski
Thursday 4/14 Softball Home v. Adair County
Friday 4/15 Baseball Home v. Clinton County
Girls Soccer @ West Jessamine
Softball @ Clinton County
Saturday 4/16  Softball @ Danville

 

Harley Byrd Named Rogers Scholar

Harley Byrd Named Rogers Scholar

SOFTBALL softball

Reminder. There is NO softball game tonight at home.

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CCMS volleyball game tonight (Tuesday, Feb. 9th) is cancelled. It will be rescheduled

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CCMS REBEL WRAP-UP
Jan. 11 through Jan. 16
CCMS Rebel Basketball 8th grade went 2-0 with wins over Adair, and Taylor. 7th grade went 0-2 with a close loss against Taylor. 6th grade went 2-0 during the week with wins over Adair, and Taylor. 6th grade also swept the CKMSAA conference tournament Saturday remaining undefeated in the conference and becoming both regular season and tournament CHAMPIONS! 
8th grade is #1 in the west of the CKMSAA conference and 1st overall in the conference. They have an overall record of 11-9 on the year. 7th grade has an overall record of 3-17.  6th grade finished undefeated in conference play. 6th grade has an overall record of 21-4 on the year. 

Mc"Queen" of the Course

Laura McQueen finishes her Senior year ranked 15th in the State. Laura also brought home the "Riherds Above and Beyond Award."

Some of the criteria for winning this award include:
-Playing the game/competition by the rules.
-Treating game officials, coaches and competitors with due respect as fellow human beings.
-Taking victory and defeat without undue emotionalism.
-Controlling of tempers at all times on and off the playing field.
-Being positive with officials, coaches and competitors, without criticism for things that occur during the contest.
-Cooperating with the coaches, officials and fellow players in trying to promote good sportsmanship
-Being positive with opponents, refraining from swearing or making insulting remarks to opponents, before during, or after the contest.
-Letting student and adult audiences know that inappropriate behavior reflects poorly on the team.
-Serving as a role model for future student-athletes and a role model within the school and community with the five attributes listed above.

Congratulations, Laura McQueen.

REBEL PROUD!!

New Mural

Montana Cundiff and Tiffany Braymer, students in Rick Terry's CCHS Art class, created a new mural for the school's Agriculture Department.  Great job ladies!!

ADULT COMPUTER CLASS

COMMUNITY ED AND KY TECH ARE OFFERING AN ADULT BASIC SKILLS COMPUTER CLASS.  THE SIX WEEK CLASS BEGINS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14 FROM 5:30-7:30 AND WILL BE HELD AT KY TECH VOCATIONAL SCHOOL.  THE $25 FEE CAN BE PAID AT THE FIRST CLASS.  SARAH LUCAS IS THE INSTRUCTOR.

SPRING SHOWCASE

21ST CCLC SPRING SHOWCASE
“CELEBRATION OF THE ARTS”

Tuesday, May 13, 2014
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Casey County Middle School


HIGHLIGHTS OF THE EVENING
ArtBeat Displays    
Creative Writing/Reader’s Theatre
STEAM Display              
Color Guard Performance
Drum Line Performance     
Drama/Dance Performances
Science Olympiad Demonstrations  
Music Performances

 *PRESENTATION OF AWARDS*
*ICE CREAM SUNDAES*

CCMS Academic Team

CCMS Academic Team held it's annual banquet with competiton for quick recall and dinner for students and parents.  Students attending were William Gossage, Marlie Blake, Brayden Brown, Matthew Blackwood, Austin Williams, Shelby Emerson, Riley Hoskins, Hanna McQueary, Chloe Smith, Zach Rowland.  Trophies were provided by Monticello Bank.

Casey County Spelling Bee spelling bee

Case Gadberry, a 4th grader at Jones Park Elementary, will represent Casey County in the Kentucky Derby Spelling Bee at Louisville on March 15th.  Second place winner was Gracie Johnson a 6th grader at Liberty Elementary and third place went to Riley Hoskins  a 7th grader at Casey County Middle School.  The county bee was held Monday at and sponsored by Monticello Bank with students in 4-8th grade representing the 3 elementary schools, the middle school, Galilean Christian Academy and home school.

Hunter's Education Class Hunter's Education

 

Hunter’s Education Class

February 20th – February 22nd

Hunter’s Education classes will be offered through the Kentucky Depart-ment of Fish and Wildlife at the Casey County Extension Education Building, across the road from Liberty Water Tanks. Any adult or youth (ages 9 and up) from Casey County and surrounding counties are eligible to attend the classes and re-ceive their orange card; you MUST attend ALL THREE DAYS to receive your orange card.  This training is at NO COST.
To attend you MUST pre-register on-line: https://app.fw.ky.gov/eventcalendar/EventDetail.aspx?eid=47831
If you have any questions, you may contact Will Connelly at willconn@tvscable.com.

Liberty Elementary Christmas Musical Playing to a sold-out venue

Mr. Don Hutchinson's labor of love is shared with a "sold-out" crowd inside Liberty Elementary's gym.  Everyone truly enjoyed the Christmas Musical.  A big thanks to all that took part in this talented event.

Chamber of Commerce Education Award
CONGRATULATIONS TO LIBERTY ELEMENTARY FOR RECEIVING THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE EDUCATION AWARD.
Guidelines for Closing Achievement Gaps Published
. . . designed to be parent-friendly, so that parents know what is expected of schools and districts.
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CCHS SPORTS
Monday 4/9 - Baseball at West Jessamine - 6:00, Softball hosts Southwestern - 6:00
Tuesday 4/10 - Boys and Girls Tennis hosts Russell County - 5:00, Track at the Somerset All-Comers Meet, Baseball hosts Somerset - 6:00, Softball at Somerset - 6:00
Thursday 4/12 - Girls and Boys Tennis at Taylor County - 5:00, Baseball at Somerset - 6:00, Softball hosts Somerset - 6:00
Friday 4/13 - Boys and Girls Tennis hosts Madison Central - 5:30, Softball at Adair County - 5:30
Saturday 4/14 - Track at the Clash of the Classes Meet in Bardstown

CYC VIDEO cyc ed

The Casey Youth Coalition presents a new video:  Overdose in Casey County, KY There is hope...There is help. 606-787-9472 or 800-633-5599 www.gethelpky.org
To access the video, go to:  
https://youtu.be/2oqDIr86zC8
This video was paid for with Harm Reduction Grant Funding. 

CCMS ACADEMIC TEAM a team

Casey County Middle School Academic Team is headed to state!!!! The team placed 2nd in Quick Recall, Benton Hayes placed 1st in Math, Lukas Brown placed 3rd in Math, Drekken Pyles placed 3rd in Social Studies, and Olyvea Mann placed 5th in Arts and Humanities. Overall, Casey County placed 2nd out of 16 schools in our region. We are so proud of these kids!! The Academic Team is coached by CCMS teachers Jeremy Costello and Amanda White.  State, here we come!!  EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!  (click on photo to enlarge)

CALENDAR CHANGE

THE CASEY COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION HAS AMENDED THE 2017-18 CALENDAR. THERE WILL BE NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS ON MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 2017 BUT IT WILL BE A STAFF WORK DAY.  STUDENTS WILL ATTEND CLASSES ON MARCH 30, 2018.

CHAMPIONS 6th bball

The Casey County sixth grade boys basketball team are the Central Kentucky Middle School Athletic Conference  ( CKMSAC)  tournament champions!!  CONGRATULATIONS!
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!! 

VISUAL ARTS ACADEMY art

A CALL FOR CELEBRATION!!! Please share the good news and recognize these students every way possible for their Visual Arts Academy success at the state level.  Excellence Keeps Moving!!
K-5 1st place Mixed Media~Benton Hayes "Gyotaku" Jones Park Ele. 
K-5 1st place Printmaking~April Noe "The Alien Invasion" Walnut Hill Ele.
K-5 2ne place Printmaking~Aiden Palmer "Fish" Jones Park Ele.
K-5 3rd place Printmaking~Coral Emily Atwood " Cupcakes" Walnut Hill Ele.
Middle 2nd place Mixed Media~Abigail Shakelford "Paper Quill Darth Vader" Casey County Middle
Middle 3rd place Mixed Media~ Allicen White "Self Portrait" Casey County Middle

 

21ST CENTURY SUMMER CAMPS 21st Camp

21st Century Community Learning Center will offer seven weeks of summer camps to middle and high school students.  Click on the picture for the registration form and a list of camp description.  More information and a scholarship form are in the post below.

CCHS SPORTS

THIS WEEK IN SPORTS
MAY 2ND THRU MAY 7TH
MONDAY – BASEBALL (HOME) VS. SOUTH LAUREL 6:00
TUESDAY – BASEBALL (HOME) VS. BURGIN 6:00 (4 SENIORS)
BOY/GIRL DOUBLE-HEADER TENNIS (HOME) VS. MARION 5:15(**WE WILL CELBRATE SENIOR NIGHT AND…..)
WEDNESDAY – BASEBALL AT ROCKCASTLE 6:00 **THIS IS A MAKE –UP GAME WITH ROCK WHICH WAS RAINED OUT. DISTRICT POLICY FOR COMPETITION WITHIN THE FOUR SCHOOL’S OF PLAY IS THE ONLY REASON FOR PLAY ON A WEDNESDAY. WE WILL NOT MAKE HABIT OF PLAYING ON WEDNESDAY’S. 
THURSDAY – BASEBALL AT MARION COUNTY 6:00
FRIDAY – BASEBALL (HOME) VS. MCCREARY COUNTY 6:00
BOY/GIRL TENNIS AT REGIONALS

KINDERGARTEN

Kindergarten Registration and Preschool Applications are available for pick up the week of April 11th-15thCompleted packets should be turned in to your child’s assigned school or turned in during the Kindergarten Carnival held on April 22nd at the Gateway Parkk from 7:30 AM – 1:00 PM.
Click on ‘read more’ for health requirements and locations to pick up packets.

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THIS WEEK IN SPORTS
3/21 thru 3/26
MONDAY – Boys Tennis at Lincoln County 5:30
 Baseball at Russell County 5:30
TUESDAY – Girls Tennis (Home) against Southwestern 5:30
Baseball (Home) against Whitley County 6:00
THURSDAY – Boys and Girls Tennis (Home) against Somerset 5:15
FRIDAY – Girls Tennis (Home) against Lincoln County 5:30
Boys Tennis at McCreary Central 6:00
Baseball at McCreary Central 6:00
SATURDAY – Boys and Girls Tennis at (Campbellsville) 10:00 a.m.
Baseball (Home) 11:00 a.m.

KICK BUTTS DAY

Data from the 2014 KIP School Survey (administered every two years) tells us that the majority of students in grades 6, 8, 10 and 12 are TOBACCO FREE.  But, it also tells us that 27% of our 10th graders at CCHS used cigarettes, smokeless tobacco or both in the past 30 days.  Send a message today.  Go to www.kickbuttsday.org/generator/  and make a selfie statement to post on your facebook, twitter or anywhere you please.  Your support may help one of the 27% decide to quit.  Look for the Youth Coalition wearing "We Are The MAJORITY" Tshirts today.
#notareplacement

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Breena Hayes will be recognized tomorrow night, January 8, during halftime of the boys 8th grade basketball game for her track achievements. Please come out and support the boys as they play Russell County along with cheering on Breena and her state championships.

FREE GAME operation Christmas child

On October 13, CCMS Lady Rebels v. Russell County will be a free admission game with any of the two items listed on the flyer.  You may also donate sewing items such as needles, thread, sewing scissors and straight pens for girls or fishing items such as fishing hooks, sinkers, fishing line and bobbers for boys.  If you prefer, you may give a $4 donation to Operation Christmas Child.  Click on the flyer to view the Operation Christmas Child list.

Girls and Boys Basketball Schedules
CCMS Football ccms 2014 football

CONGRATULATIONS to the CCMS Football Team on their 57-34 win over Spencer County.  They are in the final 16 and will play at Glasgow Saturday, October 18th in the 2nd round of the KYMSFA State Playoffs. 
Y.E.S.

KY Tech students recognized at Chamber luncheon
Kids Team kids team

Kid's Team has had a busy.  We were honored to be visited by US Marshal, Josh Devine who spoke about gun safety and the importance of physical exercise! His wife Lesley Divine works at the pentagon and she spoke to the children about disaster preparedness, the importance of safety drills. and other things the pentagon is responsible for, We also had a visit from Carmen Foster who helped with our early Spanish program!

HOSA

Twelve students went to the HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) State Leadership Conference on Thursday, March 13th - Saturday, March 15th. All twelve students represented Casey County ATC well. Ms. Kissee and I were very proud of them. We have four students that are eligible to attend/compete at the National Leadership Conference this summer in Orlando, FL.

Abby Atwood - 2nd Place Medical Terminology
Stephanie Blackwood - 2nd Place Nutrition
Allison Clark - 3rd Place Human Growth and Development
Ashley King - Top 10% Health Issues
Kassidy Sims - Top 10 in Nursing Assisting (this event consists of an extremely hard performance)

Very proud of these students. Please congratulate them when you see them. Thanks!

Y.E.S. (YOUR EXCELLENCE SHOWS)

KYA ~ High School

Casey County High School Y Club attended the Kentucky YMCA Youth Association (KYA) in Louisville, KY. The CCHS Group was named as the Outstanding Delegation for the entire conference!!  Tyra Sengkhamyong will serve as the 2014 President of the Senate at next year's KYA Conference.  Natalie McAninch will serve as the 2014 Premiere Speaker of the House at next year's KYA Conference.  Cierra Richardson was an Outstanding Delegate.  Two teams presented bills that were passed by the House and Senate AND signed by the Governor.    The two teams were Rosie Torres, Abby Meece & Aubrey Buis AND Lindsey Norman, Rachael Corrone & Destinee Howard.

Dance Competition

Karey Sellers, a junior at CCHS, competed in the Capital Cup Dance Competition on Saturday at Eastern Kentucky University where she won 1stPlace in her Jazz and Hip Hop categories. She also placed 3rd place in the Lyrical Dance category and received the overall choreography award. Brooke Runion, a student at Liberty Elementary, won 1st place in the Jazz category while Anna Pruyear, also a student at Liberty Elementary, won 1stplace in the Hip Hop category.

LIGHTS ON AFTER SCHOOL
Lights on After School was celebrated October 15 with Mayor Steve Sweeney reading a Proclamation to Keep Lights on After School.  Approximately sixty middle and high school students who had attended the 21st Century After School Program at least ten times this school year participated.  Following the proclamation, the students released yellow balloons in honor of the celebration and enjoyed a special showing of the musical “CATS” at the new Lights of Liberty Theater. 
First Place ~ Robin Buis and Angela Buis' Students
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CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK
Monday 4/9 ~ Girls and Boys Soccer at Somerset Christian, Softball at Northern Pulaski 
Tuesday 4/10 ~ Baseball at Russell County, Softball at Adair County 
Thursday 4/12 ~ Softball at Somerset Meece 
Saturday 4/14~ Girls Soccer home v North Laurel 2:00, Boys Soccer Home v North Laurel 3:30, Softball at Metcalfe-conference tournament, Baseball at Metcalfe-conference tournament 

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Students at CCMS & CCHS listen to Ed Shemelya, Director of the National Marijuana Initiative present on the risk and harms of youth marijuana use. “Yes, you can overdose on today’s cannabis products” was one of his main points to youth.  The CYC hosted a luncheon in his honor. Front row, L to R: Morgan Smith, Kylie Cosner, Chelsea Griffin, Savannah Owens, Cathy Williams, Alyssa Jones, Cheynne Britt, Gracie Johnson. Back row, L to R: Abigail Shackelford, Hannah McQueary, Brenna Hayes, Delaney Sowders, Ed Shemelya, Austin Harne, Nikki Wethington (CYC Advisor).  (Click on Photo Gallery for more pictures)

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CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK:
Monday 2/5 - Volleyball at Campbellsville 
Tuesday 2/6 - Volleyball home v Metcalfe County 
Friday 2/9 - Volleyball at Hart County 

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This week at CCHS:
Monday 1/29 - Girls Basketball at Russell County. JV@6:00EST with Varsity@7:30EST
Tuesday 1/30 - Boys Basketball hosts Wayne County.   JV@6:00 with Varsity@7:30
Thursday 2/1 - Boys Basketball hosts Southwestern.   JV@6:00 with Varsity@7:30
Friday 2/2 - Girl/Boy Basketball Doubleheader vs. Woodford County.  Girls@6:00.  Boys@approximately 7:45.
*This G/B Doubleheader will feature our school district's Center Court Celebration! This will take place in between the girls and boys game to honor our top student performers!  More information on the Center Court Celebtration will be forthcoming from our district office.  
*We will also have our basketball sweetheart crowned during halftime of the boys game vs. Woodford County.

SOCCER soccer

SOCCER MEETING
There will be a meeting for any 6th-8th grade student interested in playing soccer on Thursday, January 25th at Casey County Middle School at 6:00 pm.  At least one parent must attend.

21st CENTURY SUMMER CAMPS 21ST SCHOLARSHIP

CLICK ON THE PICTURE FOR MORE CAMP INFORMATION AND SCHOLARSHIP FORM.

BAND DISTINGUISHED band

On March 31, The Casey County Concert Band performed at their District Concert Assessment which is held at The Centre in Somerset, Kentucky. The band looked and played with professionalism earning them a Distinguished Rating and qualifying for State Assessment. Congratulations to the Casey County Concert Band!
EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING!!

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THIS WEEK IN CCMS SPORTS.  CLICK THE SCHEDULE.

NATIONAL LEADERSHIP FORUM cadca

Students from Casey County recently attended the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America's (CADCA) National Leadership Forum in Washington, D.C.  They joined more than 2,700 substance abuse prevention specialists and advocates from throughout the United States.  CADCA's Forum covered a wide range of topics - how to prevent substance abuse, how to create tobacco-free environments and how to develop policies to reduce underage and excessive drinking.   The students met with the staff of Senator Mitch McConnell on Capitol Hill. 
Students attending the forum were Presley Woodrum, Taylor Beard, Delaney Sowders, Dakota Hoskins, Jordan Clements and Dalton Summers
(click on the photo gallery for pictures)
Excellence Keeps Moving!!

CCMS GEAR UP gear up

Gear Up/Careers Studies students toured Western Kentucky University and the Gatton Academy to determine if being a Hilltopper was for them!
Click on District Photo Gallery for more photographs.

ONLINE BULLYING PLEDGE
BORN LEARNING ACADEMY

Jones Park and Walnut Hill Elementary are offering a free parent workshop series to help families in Casey County ensure their young children are prepared for school.

The United Way Born Learning Academy is offered to any families with kids under five in Casey County. The workshops focus on how to turn everyday moments into learning opportunities.  Parents are not required to have a child enrolled at the school to attend. Childcare and supper are provided.  You must register prior to October 13, 2014 by calling Shelly Wesley at WHE 787-0045 or Jennifer Godbey at JPE 787-7985.  Workshops are set for 5:00-6:30p.m.

WALNUT HILL ELEM             JONES PARK ELEM
Session 1 -  Oct. 14th             Session 1 - Oct. 16th
Session 2 - Nov. 18th             Session 2 - Nov. 20th
Session 3 - Dec. 9th               Session 3 - Dec. 11th
Session 4 - Jan. 13th              Session 4- Jan. 15th
Session 5 - Feb. 10th             Session 5 - Feb 12th
Session 6 - March 10th          Session 6 - March 12th
GRADUATION - April 14th     GRADUATION - April 16th

 

CCHS students recognized at Chamber luncheon cchs
TAH: Teaching American History Grant is Alive and Well in Casey County
KYA ~ Middle School

Casey County Middle School Y Club members attended the Kentucky YMCA Youth Association (KYA) held in December in Louisville, Kentucky.
Jacob Bastin & Micah Pendleton's bill was passed by both the Premiere House and Premiere Senate. It was then reviewed by the Youth Governor.
Delaney Sowders, a 6th grader at Liberty Elementary, received the “Outstanding Delegate” award.

CCMS Academic Team

Ten Casey County Middle School Academic Team students competed in the District Governor’s Cup at Wayne County.  Two seventh graders placed to compete in the regional competition. Riley Hoskins was runner up in the math competition and William Gossage was third in the social studies competition.

KARATE CLASSES Karate
Community Education will begin an ADULT KARATE CLASS February 4, 2014 at Jones Park Elementary School. Classes will be held each Tuesday at 6:00 with George Haggard instructing. Monthly fee is $30 or $50 for married couples. For more information contact George @ 859-329-9584 or e mail Community Ed at barb.pelley@casey.kyschools.us
High school students are welcome to join this class.
HERITAGE DAYS heritage days
School age students at Kid's Team enjoyed Abraham Lincoln's presentation at the Casey County Heritage Days Festival.
Second Place ~ Kids Team
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CCHS Gear Up Health Science students visited the Science Outreach Center at the University of Kentucky and got some hands-on experience with health care! (Yes, those are real human organs!)  *click on photo gallery for more pictures.

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CCHS SPORTS THIS WEEK:  
Monday 2/5 - Girls Basketball at Campbellsville. JV@6:00 with Varsity@7:30. 
Boys Basketball at Pulaski Co. JV@6:00 with Varsity@7:30. 
Tuesday 2/6 - SENIOR NIGHT! Boys Basketball hosts Garrard Co. JV@6:00 with Varsity@7:30. 
*After the JV game we will have Senior Night for band, cheer, and both basketball teams. 
Thursday 2/8 - Boys Basketball hosts Boyle County. JV@6:00 with Varsity@7:30. 
Friday 2/9 -  Girls Basketball at Mercer Co. JV@6:00 with Varsity@7:30. 

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This week at CCMS
Monday 1/29 - Volleyball Home v Adair 5:30
Tuesday 1/30 - Volleyball at Russell  - Boys Basketball at Clinton 
Thursday 2/1 - Volleyball at Science Hill 
Saturday 2/3 - Boys basketball 6th grade tournament Home  - Boys basketball 8th grade at KBA Lexington 

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CCMS SPORTS THIS WEEK
Monday 1/22  - Boy’s basketball Home v Rockcastle 5:30, Volleyball at Metcalfe County 
Thursday 1/25 - Volleyball at Green County 
Friday 1/26 - Volleyball Home v Hart County, Boy’s basketball 7th grade state KBA Lexington 
Saturday 1/27 - Boy’s basketball 7th grade state KBA Lexington 
Sunday 1/28 - Boy’s basketball 7th grade state KBA Lexington 

KIDS TEAM LUNCH ENROLLMENT FORM

KIDS TEAM LUNCH ENROLLMENT FORM

New CNA's ky tech

The following students passed their SRNA exam and are now licensed CNA's!  Please congratulate th