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Congratulations Class of 2017! LES Kindergarten Graduation LES Kindergarten Graduation CCHS Graduate Walk 2017 Success keeps moving! Lining up for some Field Day fun! JPE is thankful for parents and community volunteers as we finish out the school year. The Senior Awards and Scholarships Program was held on May 9, 2017.  Well done, Class of 2017!! Casey County FFA transforming members into better leaders. CCHS cosmetology students help JPE kids make memories.  Thank you! Dancing their way to Distinguished! Ready for KPrep! Author Sandra Lawson visits JPE to teach students about becoming an author. If you were a bird, what type of beak would you want?  JPE kids learn the tricks of eating like a bird! Bird beaks are adaptations for specific types of food.  JPE 1st grade experiments to find the answers. Author Sandra Lawson shares her experiences as a writer with JPE students. Students enjoy a treat for Perfect Attendance!! Casey County Bands performs for the elementary students.  Well done, Band!! Beauty and the Beast by the Casey County Band with help from some cool teachers. Why are butterfly wings patterned? Just ask JPE 1st grade. Casey County 4th graders build Titanic models as part of a unit. JPE students learn about animal adaptations by catching butterflies! Lady Rebel Softball 2017 JPE is where the Magic happens. Ridgeview Angus owner, Bryan Carman, share with JPE students about cattle farming as career. Thank you Tarters for supporting JPE Career Day.  Good job Rachyl Cundiff! Career day at JPE.  Thank you Mr. Sowders! Tuskegee Airman present to Casey County 5th and 6th graders. Career day at JPE.  Thank you to our community for supporting Casey County Schools. JPE's 21st Century Go Green Club present at the board meeting.  Recycling pays! JPE STEM students present at the the March Casey County Board of Education meeting. JPE beginning band students listen to Mr. Williams. CCHS Class of 2017 JPE celebrates Dr. Seuss Day with community members.  Thank you for reading to us! Together we will succeed. JPE celebrates Dr. Seuss's birthday with community readers and awesome stories! 100 days BRIGHTER! Build a score keeper and then play a Rolling Sums game.  JPE second grade can do anything! JPE 4th grade  - learning the basics of programming! 100 days and counting! JPE Kindergarten works to improve their paintbrush designs. Culture includes DANCE! JPE 4th grade students put on a show. Ask, Explore, Model, EVALUATE, Explain.  JPE kindergarten students learn the Design Process. There is always time to READ at JPE.  JPE kindergarten evaluates their models with the help of the Big Bad Wolf. Studying the culture of Mexico can be a messy process at JPE. The Family Resource Center helps Casey County students get vision and hearing exams. Helping all students receive vision care.  Thank you FRC. Pinatas make for an interesting afternoon of learning at JPE! JPE gives thanks to our service men and women. Freedom is not free.  Thank you to all of our service men and women. JPE is making tracks to Distinction! JPE hit it out of the Park again.  The Lexington Legends help us celebrate! JPE Celebrating the Big D with the Legends. Back the Blue Breakfast at LES Back the Blue Breakfast at LES Enjoy our Mexican Fiesta! You are now entering Africa! Welcome to WHE Culture Night! Thanks for visiting China! Mr. Willoughby for President!!! Proud to be a Rebel! Kentucky Lt. Governor Hampton visits LES

Kentucky Lt. Governor Hampton visits LES

Kentucky Lt. Governor Hampton visits LES

Hands on learning at LES Hands on learning at LES Hands on learning at LES Maker Spaces at LES Maker Spaces at LES

News & Announcements


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.

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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.

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)