• Walnut Hill perfect attendance

    Benjamin Blevins, Gracie Burton, Carly Childress, David Coleman, Haley M Evans, Haylee J Evans, Kenneth Gaines, Adam Garrett, Krystina Hogue, Addisyn Johnson, Asher King, Shayla Lee, Macilynn Mann, Alejandra Martinez, Allison Martinez Hernandez, Yahir Medorio, Blayze Neat, Brody Richardson, Jadyn Tingle, Mariana Urbina, Bentley Wethington.

    1st Grade

  • Walnut Hill Elementary Honor Roll

    Walnut Hill Elementary

    2nd Grade

    All A’s: Hunter Baldock, Alexis Clements, Gavin Goode, Ben Gossage, Payton Irvin, Kallen Kissee, Korbin Neat, Lucas Phelps, Ashlyn Potts, Jake Richardson, Preston Scott, Riley Sneed, Vayda Terry, Dezarae Weekley, Khloe Wheeler

    All A’s and B’s: Tionna Atchley, Kaden Atwood, Shelbie Crawley, Cooper Harne, Jerrylee Melton

    3rd Grade

  • Bus routes announced for 2016-17 school year

    #091 —  JOHNNY LONG – Jones Park Pre-School;  *JPE

    #092 — GARLAND DAVIS -Brook Dr., Calhoun Crk., Carmicle View Apts, Dillon St., Dry Ridge, Ellison Dr., Hickman Crk., Wallace Wilkinson Blvd., West Lake Dr., Whipp St., Hidden Valley Rd., LES.

  • Free meals offered to children this summer

    Casey County Board of Education is participating in the summer food service program. Meals will be provided to all children without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.
    Meals will be served Monday-Friday June 6-July 29 with the exception of July 4-8 at:
    Casey County High School, 1841 E. Ky. 70.
    Liberty Elementary School, 75 College St.
    Liberty Care Center, 616 Wallace Wilkinson Blvd. South.

  • CCYC goes to Washington

    From Feb. 1- 4, six delegates from the Casey County Middle and High Schools represented Casey County’s fight against drugs in our nation’s capitol. For five days, Casey County’s Youth Coalition, represented by Dalton Summers, Dakota Hoskins, Jordan Clements, Delaney Sowders, Taylor Beard and Presley Woodrum, attended workshops, met with legislators, and networked with other coalitions across the country in an effort to learn new ways to fight an issue that continues to grow in the country, commonwealth, and community.

  • Wildcat Webcast a hit at Liberty Elementary

     “Hi, I’m Julia, and this is Wildcat Webcast.”

    As Liberty Elementary second grader Julia King began her class’s weekly webcast, she and her classmates, Bryson Wesley and Chris Mendez, beamed from ear to ear. 

    While they read aloud a news broadcast from a teleprompter, it was obvious they were enjoying themselves.

  • Screening shows 51 percent of state’s kindergarteners not prepared

    The glass can either be half empty or half full, depending on how it’s perceived – and the same can be said for Kentucky kindergartners, half of which were prepared to start kindergarten in fall of 2014, and half of which were not.
    Based on the results found in a statewide readiness screening, 51 percent of Kentucky students were not prepared to start Kindergarten last fall.

  • Liberty Elementary School recognizes honor roll, perfect attendance students

    Honor Roll
    Mrs. McGowan’s fourth grade ― All As, Mason Gill, Madison Hamm, Jessica Johnson, Brittany Martin, Gage McQueary, Winston Means, Alison O’Hair, Gracie Singleton, Connor Sweeney; As & Bs, Bryan Crew, Jennifer Dean, Sam Gardner, Haley Jones, Erin Noe, Xander Roy, Brady Tapscott, Preston Thorn, James Threatt, Zachary Wethington.

  • Board of Education recognizes members for service

    The behind-the-scenes dedication of school board members is something that is not always noticed or recognized.
    With the month of January declared School Board Recognition Month, the Casey County Board of Education highlighted the dedication and service of its members and their role in the Gifted and Talent program’s new Innnovation Nation during its Jan. 12 meeting.

    Innovation Nation
    dedication plaque

  • State legislators visit local school children

    As part of the nationwide America’s Legislators Back to School Program, Sen. Jimmy Higdon was at Walnut Hill Elementary School on Jan. 15 to teach civics and public service to fifth graders. Higdon, R-Lebanon, spoke to students about the vision that America’s founding fathers had for the country.  Alongside Higdon was Rep. Mike Harmon, R-Danville, who spoke about running for office and how it taught him to learn from failures and keep moving forward.