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Pulaski County Schools: Distinguished District for 5th Year
Updated on 09/29/2016
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 a Distinguished District according to this week’s release of Kentucky’s assessment scores. This has earned the Pulaski County School System the highest level under Kentucky’s Unbridled Learning system five years running. “To be where we are doesn’t come by accident. It takes a lot of focus and a lot of work from everyone at all levels. Being one of the top districts five years running is a very high standard to maintain,” said Superintendent Steve Butcher. “This continues to validate that our resources and efforts have been in the right places.” 
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Outdoor classroom at Northern Elementary School.
Ribbon Cutting at Northern Elementary School Outdoor Classroom
Updated on 09/28/2016
Northern Elementary School officially opened their new outdoor learning center by hosting a ribbon cutting and short ceremony to thank the donors who made the outdoor structure possible. The outdoor learning center was a multi-year project sponsored by the school's parent teacher organization (PTO).  
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PCHS Archery Team
PCHS Archery Competes at World Tournament
Updated on 07/26/2016
The Pulaski County High School archery team, comprised of students from Northern Middle, Pulaski High and Shopville Elementary, competed at the World Archery Tournament in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The team returned to Pulaski County with a third place overall trophy. Congratulations! 
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Rebecca French
Rebecca French: Outstanding New Career and Technical Teacher
Updated on 07/25/2016
Meet Rebecca French, the KACTE Outstanding New Career and Technical Teacher of the Year. Rebecca is an agriculture educator and has finished her third year of teaching at Southwestern High School in Pulaski County. Rebecca has adopted the following quote from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. that describes her thoughts on education: “The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character -- that is the goal of true education.”  
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Pulaski County students with Governor Matt Bevin
Gov. Bevin announces KY Dual Credit Scholarship Program
Updated on 06/01/2016
Pulaski County students traveled to Russell Springs, KY on June 1, 2016 to hear directly from Gov. Matt Bevin about the Dual Credit Scholarship Program available to 2016-17 seniors. The Kentucky General Assembly allocated $15 million for dual credit scholarships to be spent in the 2016-2018 biennium through a program to be administered by the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).  
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Two Pulaski County students met the Governor in Russell Springs, KY
Pulaski County Students meet the Governor
Updated on 06/01/2016
Several students from Pulaski County Schools met Governor Matt Bevin in Russell Springs on June 1, 2016.  
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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.

Superintendent's Message

Welcome back students and staff!  I’m excited to begin another great school year for 2016-2017.  Whether you are returning or new to Pulaski County Schools, you will find a special place where you can dream, learn, grow, and inspire. Your presence matters, for You matter!  Great success is accomplished when we all work together as a team. Best wishes for a wonderful year. Dream BIG, Engage, and Reach for the Stars!

Steve Butcher, Superintendent

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