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Schools

  • Casey County Bank gives back
  • Casey honors distinguished students

    Before Feb. 2 boys’ basketball game versus Woodford County, Casey County’s Board of Education took time to honor students that score distinguished on last years state exams.

  • Casey student earns All-State Choir

    Casey County High School freshman Ashlynn Hill was selected for the Kentucky Music Educators Association All State Choir. She competed against choir students from all over the state on Feb. 7 and 8 at the Kentucky Center for the Arts. This is the highest choir honor in the state.

  • Liberty Elementary releases six-week Honor Roll

    4th Grade

    All A’s

  • Walnut Hill Elementary School’s six-week Honor Roll

    6th Grade

    Mrs. Carey — All A’s: Cass Botkins, Sydnie Denham, Elizabeth Edwards, Gaeda Gertler, Emily Goode, Abby Pendleton, Renee Williams, Katelyn Woods; A’s and B’s: Breana Brown, Harley Campbell, Peyton Campbell, Angel Clements, John Clements, Kelsey Dyer, Shayden Lane, Anakin Mondie, Jaxon Piercy

    Mrs. Absher — All A’s: Chloe Arms, Conner Barnett, Bryce Howard, Jessica Valladares; A’s and B’s: Jayden Allen, Jaylee Atwood, Kayleigh Deatherage, Kira Hess, Emma Lozano, George Martinez, Kevin Martinez, Katlyn Weekly

  • Galilean Home Academy Honor Roll

    Pre-School — Perfect Attendance: Bailee Riddle, Noah Vest; 110% Award: Nevaeh Overstreet

    1st Grade — All A’s: Dylan Burt, Colton Tucker; A’s and B’s: Kierra Brock, Landon Oakes, Whitley Wethington

    2nd Grade — All A’s: Ani Sizemore, Azalynn Tovilla; A’s and B’s: Ethan Burton

    3rd Grade — All A’s: Addie Abrell, Amber Evans

    4th Grade — A’s and B’s: Nadia Kacar; Perfect Attendance: Nadia Kacar

  • Middle school academic team earns honors
  • Spelling bee winners

    Sixth grader Abby Pendleton, right, from Walnut Hill Elementary School, is the Casey County KY Derby Spelling Bee winner after the competition Jan. 9. Talia Sizemore, left, a fifth grader from Galilean Christian Academy, was runner up. Pendleton will compete in Louisville March 17 at the state contest.

  • Casey District observes School Board Recognition Month

    Casey County School District

    Kentucky will again observe January as School Board Recognition Month and the Casey County Schools is joining in the celebration.

    The Casey County Board of Education is composed of Dr. Michael Turner (Chair), Marilyn Coffey (Vice-Chair), Joey Tucker, Vernon Clark and Melissa Richards.

  • School menus

    Breakfast

    Elementary schools

    Wednesday, Jan. 10: Breakfast pizza, or cereal, toast and jelly, fruit or juice

    Thursday, Jan. 11: Mini waffles, yummy parfait, fruit or juice

    Friday, Jan. 12: Gravy biscuit, sausage, or cereal, toast and jelly, fruit or juice

    Tuesday, Jan, 16: Yummy yogurt, Scooby snacks, or sausage, eggs, and pancakes, fruit or juice

    Middle and high schools

    Wednesday, Jan. 10: Breakfast pizza, cereal, toast and jelly, or smoothie, cinnamon roll