• Casey County schools awarded $4,095 in PRIDE grants

    SOMERSET — Eastern Kentucky PRIDE announced recently it will award $4,095 for hands-on environmental education projects in Casey County during the 2017/18 school year.

    Overall, PRIDE will award $119,155 to educators across 42 counties of southern and eastern Kentucky through the PRIDE Environmental Education Grant Program, which was made possible by a grant to PRIDE from the Appalachian Regional Commission.

  • Galilean Home Honor Roll

    Galilean Home

    1st Grade

    All A’s: Dylan Burt, Colton Tucker, Whitley Wethington

    A’s and B’s: Kierra Brock, Landon Oakes, Nevaeh Overstreet.

    110% Award: Joshua Sharp

    2nd Grade

    All A’s: Ethan Burton, Ani Sizemore

    A’s and B’s: Azalynn Tovilla

    3rd Grade

    All A’s: Amber Evans

    A’s and B’s: Addie Abrell

  • Liberty Elementary School Students of the Month

    Liberty Elementary School recently announced the Students of the Month for August and September.

  • School menus


    Elementary and middle schools

    Monday, May 22: fluffy scrambled eggs, boneless chicken wings, buttery biscuit with gravy, burger box, tater tots, cherry tomatoes, applesauce or blueberries.

    Thursday, Oct. 26: chicken rings, roll, meatball sub, steamed carrots, potato smiles, tossed salad, ranch, seasonal fruit, grapes.

    Friday, Oct. 27: mini corndogs, cornbread, burger box, corn, pinto beans, fresh pear, orange wedges, popsicle, push up.

  • Jones Park honor rolls and perfect attendance

    Perfect Attendance
    Autumn Barrett, Leeland Carman, Joseph Clements, Bentley Harris, Draedon Littlejohn, Jayden Miniard, Bryson Raney, Deanna Snow, Myles Allen, Andrea Carman, Sadie Corder, Layla Foley, Easton Hatter, Stephen Lawless, Shaylee Luttrell, Kyle Patterson, Braven Pennington, Isabella Strickland, Raylan Ware.

    1st Grade
    Perfect Attendance

  • 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.