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Student working hard on assessment
“Distinguished District” designation 3 years running
Updated on 10/01/2015
The recent release of the state assessment scores finds the Pulaski County School System continuing to achieve at the highest levels. The county school system remains at the 98%ile level according to this week’s release of Kentucky’s assessment scores ranking them 11th of 173 districts in the state. This has earned the Pulaski County School System a distinguished district designation, the highest level under Kentucky’s Unbridled Learning system. 
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Katelyn Adams and Samantha Coffman at the Reach Higher Summit in Washington, D.C.
Two students attended the Reach Higher “Beating the Odds” Summit event in Washington D.C.
On July 23, Katelyn Adams and Samantha Coffman joined First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House for the Reach Higher “Beating the Odds” Summit. The event celebrated the students’ accomplishments in overcoming adversity on their way to colleges across the country. 
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The Pulaski County School System will provide a safe, supportive environment to meet the individual needs of all students and ensure they are college and/or career ready.

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Welcome back to another great and exciting year for Pulaski County Schools! Each year proves to be more fruitful with student success than the last. This is exciting! Our goal is to empower each student with the opportunity for superior learning through active engagement by all. Our students are responding by highly performing at both state and national levels. I commend you. I wish each of you a fun and happy year as we aspire to accomplish the optimum for student achievement. My staff and I are always available to assist as we strive to fully support our school communities. Steve Butcher

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