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Thumbtack Art

Every Friday, MCHS students participate in Health and Wellness. They choose an activity they enjoy that gives them physical, mental, or creative exercise. One option offered is Thumbtack Art, where the students create works of art out of thumbtacks. Shown with their completed creations are (L – R) Peyton Stephens, Allie Thomas, Kyersten Spurgeon, and Jacob Hilty. Also shown holding her work is Kimberly Walker.

Thumbtack Art


National Honor Society Inductees

NHS Inductees

On September 20, 2017, 13 new members were inducted into the Metcalfe County High School chapter of the National Honor Society. New members include: Miranda England, Lauren Chapman, Konnor Gallagher, Gracie Tucker, Allie Coffey, Cody Hart, Dakota Tiller, Dillon Syra, Elizabeth Decker, Jacob Miller, Lucas Firkins, Logan Firkins, and Ethan Bates. Inductees and their families were treated to a meal prepared by the Metcalfe County Food Service staff and listened to speeches and words of encouragement from current NHS members: Kennedy Bates, Ryan Clemmons, Madison Gillentine, and Julie Barlow.

NHS Inductees

 

 


Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton Visits MCHS

Lt. Gov. Visits MCHS

Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton stopped by MCHS on Monday, Oct. 9 to promote the 2018 Lieutenant Governor’s Entrepreneurship Challenge (LGEC).

The LGEC is a pitch competition for all Kentucky high school students. It's designed to introduce students to a realistic business environment, highlight entrepreneurial values, promote business ownership, and encourage lifelong learning. 

The registration deadline is Oct. 31. Prizes include a share of up to $100,000 in scholarships split among the top four teams at Finals, which can be used at any post-secondary institution in Kentucky.

Click here for full details about the program.

Lt. Gov. Visits MCHS


Hornet News Network New Episode!

 

 

This episode features Bree Russell talking about her experience at Class A golf, Hunter Reece discussing how the Hornet Band has done so far during the competiton season, Brilee Tucker talking about being named MCHS Homecoming Queen and a special feature about students going to the elementary to work with students.  Full video of homecoming is also at the end of this episode.

HNN has also created a youtube channel that will showcase every episode. 

 


Carhartt gives back to local schools

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Recently, Carhartt of Edmonton gave the Metcalfe County Family Resource Center school supplies to help students during the new school year.  Thank you to Carhartt and their employees for giving back to our community!


MCHS would like to thank Bill Laggerman for successfully writing a $2500 grant to help outfit the Metcalfe County 4-H Shooting Sports Program.

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A BIG CONGRATULATIONS to Miss Rachel Hampton for earning the distinction of being named MCHS Governors Scholar 2017!

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Archery Team to Compete in State Tournament

 

 

2017 Archery Team

The Metcalfe County Archery Team will compete in the upcoming KY NASP State Tournament on Saturday, April 1, 2017 at the KY Exposition Center in Louisville, KY.  Good Luck to all participants and coaches.  


Bendy Zurmehly Chosen As Classified Employee of the Month

Zurmehly Chosen as Classified Employee of the Month

Bendy Robertson Zurmehly has worked in Metcalfe School 15 years.  .  She is now supervising the Community Work Transition Program at MCHS. Mrs. Zurmehly’s  Program provides students’ job shadowing, financial literacy, internships, researching job opportunities,job shadowing, and creating partnerships with businesses in Metcalfe and Barren County.

 


John VanMeter Selected as Certified Staff of the Month

  John Vanmeter has worked as a MCHS science teacher for 27 years and has served as sponsor for the MCHS Student Technology Leadership Program, Chess, FCA, Typing Clubs way back before there was an STLP.  Congratulations, Mr. John VanMeter.John VanMeter Selected As Teacher of the Month


Metcalfe County High School Theater students (Zander Yates, Julie Barlow, Cody Chapman, Brette Eddy, and Mason Edwards) are diligently rehearsing for their upcoming play "Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind (30 Plays in 60 Minutes)".  The performances are Thursday, March 23 - Saturday, March 25 at 7:00pm CST. Tickets at the door are $8.00 at the door. 
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Congrats Lady Hornets 16 District Champs!

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Kids hard at work.....4 am at the Donut Shop!!

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Senior Night 2017

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Abbie  Young is the daughter of Ronnie and Heidi Young. She has been a member of the basketball team for 4 years. Her future plans are to attend Western Kentucky University and pursue a career as a dental hygienist.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Mackenzie Coleman is the daughter of Zack and Kim Coleman. Kenzie has been a member of the basketball team for 6 years. Her future plans are to attend Tennessee Tech University on a basketball scholarship. She also plans on majoring in Occupational Therapy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5Jake Dial is the son of Jeff and Genese Dial. His future plans are to attenda college and study Agricultural Business.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ontario Jarrett is the son of Gary and Terry Muse. Ontario has been a member of the basketball team for 3 years. His future plans are to attend Skyctc and major in computer programming.

 

 

 


Senior Night 2017

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Nathaniel Eddy has been a member of the archery team for 2 years and a member of the band for 3 years. He is the son of Peter Eddy and Jason and Lindsey Peugh. Nathaniels future plans are to attend College and pursue a degree in Music education.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 Kelsey White is the official statistician for the basketball team. Kelsey is the daughter of Chris and Maria White. Her future plans are to attend college and major as a nurse antithesis.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8Cheyenne is the daughter of Jason and Sherry Perry. Cheyenne has been a member of the Basketball team for 4 years. Her future plans are to attend Lindsey Wilson College and Major in Education.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Not in attendence:

Band-Austin Nunn

Band- Patrick Warf. Absent. Attending Campbellsville University Honor band.

 Cheer- Miss Haley Minor 


Senior Night 2017

3Amber Holley has been a member of the archery team for 5 years. She is the daughter of Jennifer Judd and Michael Holley. Amber’s future plans are to attend Skyctc and pursue a career in internet technologies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Josh Penick has been a member of the archery team for 4 years. He is the son of Brad Penick and Amy Conrad. Josh’s future plans are to enlist in the United States Marine Corp.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5Alexis Dotson has been a member of the archery team for 4 years. She is the daughter of Joe and Rachel Dotson. Her future plans are to attend Lindsey Wilson College and major in nursing.


Senior Night 2017

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Frankie Bell has been a member of the archery team for 4 years. He is the son of Rickey Bell and Tammy      Nunnelly. Frankie’s future plans are to attend Lincoln Tech and pursue a career in heavy equipment maintenance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

2Hannah Blaydes has been a member of the Archery team for 2 years. She is the daughter of David and Charity Blaydes. Hannah’s future plans are to attend Lindsey Wilson College and eventually start her own business.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sandra England has been a member of the archery team for 4 years. She is the daughter of James and April England. Sandra’s future plans are to attend western Kentucky university and study meteorology.


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Info USDA AG Experience Opportunities

Universities all over the United States are offering FREE summer experiences in various Agricultural programs.   The only obligation the student has is to pay for the transportation to and from the university. 

Please help us get the word out about this incredible "free" opportunity we just received from the USDA.  The USDA pays for everything EXCEPT transportation to and from the university.   I have attached information on how to apply, which universities are participating, and age requirements.  This application process is  based on the information the student provides.  So it would be important for any interested student to start NOW on the application process.   The most important part is getting the word out to everyone.  

We also have hard copies for each university and the summer experience that university offers in the front lobby of the high school.

Our students have videotaped each university's offerings, description of Ag experience, and dates.  These videos are on our Twitter which can be found on Metcalfe County High School's webpage.  

When the student selects the university and the summer experience offered at that university he/she needs to call the number we have provided on our Twitter video feed and directly speak to the person running that specific program at that university.  They will be able to better explain the particulars for that university Ag experience. 

 Notice the deadline for all applications is March 1.


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100 Days PERFECT attendance

Students with Perfect attendance means they can have no tardies and/or any absences.

 

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Metcalfe County Schools closed

Metcalfe County Schools will be closed Friday, January 6th, 2017, due to poor road conditions.

 


Metcalfe County Schools will be dismissing students at 9:30 am today, January 5, 2017

Metcalfe County Schools will be dismissing students at 9:30 am today, January 5, 2017 due to the winter weather forecast.


Preparing for "Snow Days!"

             

We would like to remind everyone that Metcalfe County Schools are again participating in the Non-Traditional Instructional Day (NTID), or “Snow Day” project. On the days school is dismissed for inclement weather all students should follow the instructions provided by their teachers in order to complete studies and assignments at home. As always, please contact your child’s school if you have questions.

 

 


REMINDER

 

Metcalfe County Schools will be back

in session Monday, January 2nd.


Deborah Blythe Retires from Metcalfe County Middle School Mrs. Deborah Blythe

Deborah Blythe has spent nearly 30 years with the Metcalfe County School System. Mrs. Blythe was honored for her years of service to the students, parents, teachers and community.


Retiring News Reporter Honored at Board Meeting

Shirley Mayrand is Honored at the December Board Meeting


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Donna Jessie Recognized As Employee of the Month

Donna Jessie Recognized As Employee of the Month


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Tyler Fenwick named Certified Employee of the Month Mr. Tyler Fenwick

Tyler Fenwick was the certified employee of the month. Mr. Fenwick took over the Metcalfe County High School marching band this year, and they recieved the highest placement ever in state competition. He has been involved with numerous artistic productions as well.


Jackson Romines Receives Student of the Month

Jackson Romines Receives Student of the Month


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Re-Elected School Board Members are Sworn in at the December Meeting

Swearing In of Re-Elected Board Members


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Metcalfe Co Hornet Basketball Streaming Live @ 6:00 PM

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Merry Christmas from MCHS!

 

 


Congrats to Gunnar Word for being selected as a STLP State Engineer!
Metcalfe County Hornet Basketball Live @ 6PM

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All SKY Conference selections All SKY Conference selections

MCHS players selected for All SKY Conference 1st and 2nd teams


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All PAC conference selections Metcalfe's All PAC selections

MCHS players are selected for the All PAC conference 1st and 2nd teams


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Catch Cinderella Friday and Saturday At 7:00! 


Dawn Harbison Recognized as Certified Employee of the Month at MCHS

Joey Shive recognizes Dawn Harbison as certified employee of the month at MCHS.


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MCHS Recognizes Eric Sexton as Classified Staff of the Month

Joey Shive recognizes Mr, Eric Sexton as classified employee of the month at MCHS.


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Mackenzie Coleman signs Letter of Intent with Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles



HOSS Foundation Radio Auction

Radio Auction Items Live Feed

5-8 pm Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights
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Call in your bid at 270-432-3171

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Metcalfe Co Schools Cross Country & Track Program receives grants from BGRR

Metcalfe County High School former cross country coach, Eric Sexton applied for two different funding cycles with the Bowling Green Road Runners (BGRR) this year to bring financial assistance to schools cross country & track program. In the spring the BGRR awarded the programs funds to secure 20 new uniforms. The uniforms were designed and delivered by Main Street Custom Apparel in Edmonton. This fall Sexton applied for another round of funding resulting in some software and equipment upgrades for the programs. A race clock, 2 handheld Sieko stop watches and heat index watches were among some of the items purchased. In total BGRR has awarded over $3,200 to the program in 2016. The Bowling Green Road Runners is a nonprofit organization of runners and walkers at all levels and abilities, who are committed to physical fitness and improving their community by encouraging, connecting, and supporting other runners and walkers within the region. Pic 1 – Sexton with current cross country coach Matt Shirley and some of the team members before heading out to a meet this Thursday.


GEAR UP Student of the Year: Jacob Bennett


Gear Up Summer Academy Completers

UK: Kaley Fancher, Jacob Glidewell, Christina Massingale, Kamryn Russell, Madison Wilson, Ashley Greenwell, Jennifer Kidd

WKU: Madison Gearlds, Jonisha Jarrett, Jonathan Lanham, Alexandria Childres

UofL: Chelsey Rhinehart, Dominic Banter


Mackenzie Coleman Football Homecoming Queen


New Security Procedures

NOTICE

 

Beginning Tuesday, November 1st, all visitors to our schools will be required to leave their driver's license at the front desk when signing in.   Each visitor will be issued a special pass that must be worn at all times while on premises.  Upon signing out, the pass will be left and the driver's license returned.

We ask that everyone cooperate with our front desk personnel as we work through this change in procedure. These changes are being made as we continue to strive to have a safe environment for our students.

Again, these changes will take place Tuesday, November 1, 2016.


Understanding Bullying Understanding Bullying

All Parents and guardians are invited to this free event sponsored by Metcalfe County High School, Metcalfe County Middle School and Metcalfe County Youth Services Center. Click on the photo to the left for more information.


Monroe Regional Area Tech Center Students of the Month

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Patrick Warf and Nate Eddy signed scholarships today with Campbellsville University.  Campbellsville University's assistant director of music Corey Bonds represented CU. Both gentlemen have worked hard throughout their middle school and high school musical careers to earn this distinction. 

 

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HNN Second Episode now available on Youtube!

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Click to watch interviews with student Brilee Tucker and teacher Mr. Damron


MCHS 2017- 2018 Handbook now online!

Click here to view handbook.


Sports Physicals for the 2017-2018 School Year

Metcalfe County Schools and TJ Samson hospital will be completing sports physicals for all 6-12th graders on May 18 at the high school.  These physicals will be during the school day at Metcalfe County High School.  This physical is required for all students wishing to play sports in the 2017-2018 school year.  Below you will find link to the physical form we are going to use, please fill this form out completely and make sure it is signed by the parent

PLEASE RETURN THE FORM BY MAY 16TH.

There will be no charge for this physical but this will count toward your child's wellness visit on your insurance plan.

 

Grade 9-12 form

Grade 6-8 form

 


Students earning Welding Certifications from Monroe County Area Technology Center

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MCHS students are recognized at State Beta Convention in Lexington MCHS students at State Beta Convention
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                                James Armstrong                                 Matthew Rigsby                                

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  Montana Ballard                          Warren Summers


Senior Calendar of Events

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MCHS The Bee Hive Salon price list and times

 Open Monday - Friday 1:00-2:30 

 price list

cut/shampoo/style  $11.00

cut  $5.00

shampoo  $2.00

style  $7.00

Color  $22.00 and up

perm  $22.00 and up

highlight  $30.00 and up

manicure  $9.00

facial  $9.00

scalp treatment  w/style $12.00

makeup  $10.00

 waxing:

brow  $5.00

lip  $5.00

arm  $14.00

1/2 arm  $7.00

leg  $20.00

1/2 leg  $10.00

face  $20.00


MCHS Graduation - Thursday, May 25 @ 7PM
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Cinderella's Closet

Cinderella's Closet provides formal wear to girls who could not otherwise afford to attend their prom. Through donations of new and gently used formal dresses and accessories, we are able to "Turn Dresses Into Dreams" for seniors and juniors referred to our organization by their school. Even more than a dress, Cinderella's Closet provides an unforgettable, amazing experience. From the moment our princesses dance through our doors they are greeted with an environment of grace, love and respect. It is our mission that they leave knowing they are cherished.

Click here for more information


Local Community Members donate Art to MCHS

Jim and Mildred Tsukagoshi have generously donated three lithograph framed originals "JULY 14th coming from short Hills"" Club Bahama" and the third piece is "Castle Festival" serigraphs. Mrs Bell said " Mr and Mrs Tsukagoshi's Lithographs' donation is representative of our supportive community and the impact art has on our students. What a great thing to do for our students   Thank you Jim and Mildred!"

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Jones Wins District Spelling Bee

District Spelling Bee

Peyton Jones, a fourth grade student at Metcalfe County Elementary School won the district spelling bee on Thursday, January 12, 2017.  Grade level winners were:  5th grade, Jacob Lowe, 6th grade, Lindsey Bandy, 7th grade, Connor Savage and 8th grade, Sawyer Edmunds.  Peyton will represent Metcalfe County at the state level.


Non-Traditional Day—Snow Day

Metcalfe County Schools will again participate in Non-Traditional Make-Up Days this school year.  Several other school districts across the state of Kentucky, have decided to pursue this academic avenue as well in order to help alleviate some of the burden that snow days can cause.    The state department of education has again approved our plan for Metcalfe County Schools allowing us to make-up ten school days using the Non-Traditional Day state guidelines as we did last year.  We learned a lot from our experience last year.  Adjustments were made to the process during the time we missed and we hope to have an even better implementation this year.

Metcalfe County High School will participate in the Non-Traditional Instruction Day as follows:

 

 

  • CANVAS LMS—This is a website that students can access through our district web site http://www.metcalfe.kyschools.us/, by clicking on the Canvas link, and logging in to their individual account.  Teachers have created lessons and assignments for students in the CANVAS website.  By using this technology, our students will be able to continue with on-going learning on days that school is dismissed.  Please work with us in helping to create a new innovative way to teach students.  

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Stay Connected with Metcalfe County Schools

Metcalfe County Schools app is now available!

Search the app store for "SchoolPointe Stay Connected."

Once downloaded, search for Metcalfe Schools and set as your default.

A logo similar to the one below will show on your screen.

MCS app logo