I hope everyone has had an enjoyable and relaxing summer. Time is quickly winding down and we are three weeks away from the start of another school year. I want to thank each of you for your support and I am thankful for this opportunity to serve our district. I am proud of every employee for your dedication to our students, parents and community.
It is an exciting time in the Estill County School District as we begin a new school year. This letter is to thank the citizens of Estill County who listened to the presentations concerning the “Recallable Nickel” and their willingness to have an open mind concerning this very important issue.
Here is an excellent site to review in regards of safety for the upcoming solar eclipse. Please help keep our kiddo's eye's safe during this once in a lifetime event.
With the passing of Senate Bill 17 during the recent legislative session, the document Student Free Speech and Religious Liberty Rights has undergone some revisions to accommodate the law (effective June 29, 2017).
I want to thank everyone for yesterday. What a great beginning to what will be a wonderful school year. It was exciting to see those smiling faces again and it reminds us all of why we chose this profession to begin with.
Due to the solar eclipse, Estill County Schools will be closed on Monday, August 21. This will be a staff workday. Details to follow.
Father Jim Sichko, Baldwin CPA, and JC Penney all of Richmond KY took a group of Estill County Middle School Kids shopping for Back to School clothes and make overs.