District News

Public Hearing for Perkins V Grant

The Office is Career and Technical Education and Student Transition will be taking public comments on the Perkins V “Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century” plan in the following locations:

The draft plan is located on the KDE website https://education.ky.gov

Thursday, October 17
Laurel County Public Schools, GC Garland Building
710 North Main Street
London, KY 40741
5:30 to 7:00 ET

Local schools fare well in launch of new 5-star accountability system

Overall Pulaski County school officials are pleased with the district's performance during the 2018-19 school year. 

"We again had another extremely successful year in student achievement," Pulaski County Schools Superintendent Patrick Richardson said, "even with a lot of changes and unknowns. Our teachers and staff work hard every day making sure our students and schools are the best they can be."

View the complete article in the October 1, 2019 Commonwealth Journal

Five Kentucky public schools named 2019 Blue Ribbon winners

KDE Media Advisory (Frankfort, KY):  The U.S. Department of Education (USED) named give Kentucky public schools as 2019 National Blue Ribbon Schools, based on their overall academic excellence.   The five Kentucky schools and their districts are:  Barret Traditional Middle School - Jefferson County, East Valley Elementary School - Morgan County, Murray Elementary School - Murray Independent, Perryville Elementary School - Boyle County, and Shopville Elementary School - Pulaski County

Kroger Marketplace Donates School Supplies Donated School Supplies: Kroger Marketplace

Recently Kroger Marketplace donated 150 boxes of school supplies to Pulaski County Schools.  The boxes were purchased by local shoppers for donations.  Pulaski County Schools thanks Kroger Marketplace and our community for their continued support in our schools.  The attached picture  is of the Kroger employees (left to right Dustin Floyd, Whitney Stephenson, Wally Hughes, Amanda Miller, and Mary Estes) with the donated school supplies.