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2014-15 and 2015-16 School Calendar
You can see the 2014-15 revised calendar here.
You can see the 2015-16 calendar here.
District News
Julian Wins KESPT "Dream Out Loud" Contest
Clark third grader Jacob Julian's video has won the Kentucky Education Savings Plan Trust (KESPT) "Dream Out Loud" contest in the 2nd - 3rd grade category.  You can see the video here.

KESPT asked contestants to submit an original drawing, poem, essay or video answering the question: “How will I change the world after I go to college?” As a reward,  Jacob will receive a $1500 KESPT College Savings account and Clark will receive $500.
Superintendent's Blog: Making Our Schools Talent Incubators

I'd like to introduce you to some students. In the photograph at the top is one of our newest clubs at Clark, the Clark 4-H Speech Club. In the middle photo is, appropriately enough, the Paducah Middle speech team. The bottom photo is of  Micheal Hassel, a junior speech team member at Tilghman.

I wanted to introduce these students because they illustrate one of our district’s goals:

• We are intent on creating a place where each and every student can develop their talents, whatever their talent might be. This district will help you develop what you’re good at, whatever your talent.

• We want to be a district where students start developing their individual talents early.
Burba Wins Top 5 Best of at Louisville Regional Science and Engineering Fair
Erin Burba, a senior at the Gatton Academy from Paducah Tilghman High School, earned numerous awards at the Louisville Regional Science and Engineering Fair for her research, "Relations between Mycorrhizal Abundance and Biofuel Crop Yield." She will advance on an all-expense paid trip to share her work at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Pittsburgh this May.

"I conducted this project for eight weeks over the summer, and it was funded by the Gatton Research Internship Grant," Burba said. "Dr. Sarah Emery, an Associate Professor in the University of Louisville's Biology Department, mentored me in this project. The main goal was to understand why switchgrass, a perennial prairie grass used to make cellulosic biofuel, will usually have no response to fertilizer but on occasion has exhibited a positive response."
Five Tilghman Students Selected for Governor's School for the Arts
Tilghman juniors Bradley Duncan and Andrew Shannon have been selected as participants and sophomores Will Denton, Jose Roberto dos Remedios, Claire Kelly, and Michael-Ellen Walden have been selected as alternates for the 2015 Governor's School for the Arts (GSA). Students audition for various art disciplines for GSA. Duncan was chosen for Musical Theatre and Shannon was selected for Drama. Denton was selected for vocal music, dos Remedios was selected for instrumental music (piano), Kelly was selected for vocal music, and Walden was selected for drama. 
Bedeau named KEA's Education Support Professional of the Year
Congratulations to the Tornado Alley YSC Director Lakilia Bedeau for being named the Kentucky Education Association’s 2015 Education Support Professional of the Year. "Lakilia is an outstanding example of the dedicated, hard-working and passionate classified employees who work in Kentucky’s public schools,” said KEA President Stephanie Winkler. 
Paducah Public Schools 800 Caldwell St. Paducah, Kentucky 42003  |  Phone (270) 444-5600  |  Fax (270) 444-5607
Clark Elementary School
3401 Buckner Lane
(270) 444-5730
Grades K-5
Principal- Steve Ybarzabal
Assistant Principal- Erin Sauders
8:00 AM - 2:55 PM
McNabb Elementary School
2100 Park Avenue
(270) 444-5750
Grades K-5
Principal - Teresa Spann
Assistant Principal - Josh Payne
8:00 AM - 2:55 PM
Morgan Elementary School
2200 South 28th Street
(270) 444-5760
Grades K-5
Principal - Vicki Conyer
Assistant Principal: Chris Sheffer
8:00 AM - 2:55 PM
Paducah Middle School
342 Lone Oak Road
(270) 444-5710
Grades 6-8
Principal: Stacey Overlin
Assistant Principal: Allene Houston Jones
7:28 AM - 2:20 PM
Paducah Tilghman High School
2400 Washington St.
(270) 444-5650
Grades 9-12
Principal - Art Davis
Assistant Principal - Jonathan Smith
Dean of Students: Allison Stieg
7:28 AM - 2:20 PM
CHOICES Education Center
1350 S 6th Street
(270) 444-5790
All grades
Principal - Martha Lipscomb
7:30 AM - 2:20 PM
Paducah Head Start Preschool
Located in all three
elementary schools
(270) 444-5780
Director - Kristy Lewis
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