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Metcalfe County Hornet Girls Basketball

Holiday Tournament Information      

Lady Hornet Basketball (All times are Central Standard Time)

Delilah Gonzales Shootout - Taylor County High School

  • Taylor County has construction in progress.  Please enter the building from the back.

 

Friday Dec. 19 -  7pm vs. Lynn Camp

Saturday Dec. 20 - 9am vs. Taylor County

Saturday Dec. 20 - 2pm vs. Larue County

 

Best of the Lakes Holiday Classic - Clinton County High School

Friday Dec 26 - 5pm vs. Wayne County

Saturday Dec 27 - 4:30pm vs West Jessamine

Sunday Dec 28 - 2:30pm vs Red Boiling Springs (TN)

 

 

 


Metcalfe County Hornet Boys Basketball

Holiday Tournament Information      

Twin Lakes Tournament – Clinton County

 

Fri Dec 19, 5pm vs Clinton County

Sat Dec 20, 4:30pm vs Elliot County

Sun Dec 21, 1pm vs Louisville Western

 

Lindsey Wilson College Classic – Adair County High School

Fri Jan 2, 7pm vs Adair County

Sat Jan 3, 10:15am vs Hart County

Sat Jan 3, 5pm vs Whitefield Academy

 


December Board Meeting Summary

Summary Notes of the December Board Meeting of the Metcalfe County Board of Education

Summary Notes


MCHS All Distinguished Students

MCHS All Distinguished

 

Bennie Stephens, District Assessment Coordinator, Andrew Roach, Melanie Ennis, Hayden Crain, Jackson Bell, Superintendent Dr. Benny Lile

 


All Distinguished Students at MCMS

MCMS All Distinguished

 

Ethan White, Will Pemberton, Jacob Miller, Anna Judd, Mason Edwards, Julie Barlow, Olivia Adams, Trevor Fields (absent)

 

 

 


All Distinguished Students from MCES

Front Row: Hunner Whitlow and Braelyn Johnson

Second Row: W. P. Hurt, Lydia Coleman, and Riann Wisdom

Third Row: John Linkous and Molly Rigsby

Fourth Row: Jackson Simpson, Colton Huffman, and Jackson Pemberton

Fifth Row: Braelyn Davis and Mercedes Magana

Sixth Row: John Shirley, Chris Shaw, and Allison Hay


MAP testing explained

For a number of years the Metcalfe County School District has used the Measurement of Academic Progress (MAP)  assesment program throughout the school term in order to gain an internal gauge of individual academic achievement.  The MAP test is produced by the Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA). This brief, two page article from NWEA provides a clear and concise explanation of what MAP is and how it helps our schools and students.


Make Assessment Relevant


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