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Starting July 1, 2018, Kentucky will be requiring parents/guardians of all students in kindergarten through grade twelve to provide proof of having received two doses of hepatitis A vaccine. Since the minimum timing between the two doses is six months, we are asking families to complete the following steps as soon as possible to ensure that your child is compliant with this new regulation prior to the beginning of the new school year on August 9, 2018: 

 


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Posted Friday, January 19, 2018
West Kentucky Community and Technical College is accepting nominations for the Regional Educators Awards and Scholarship Program. Winners will be recognized the evening of Thursday, March 15, at the Clemens Fine Arts Center at WKCTC.
 
West Kentucky Community and Technical College’s Regional Educators Awards and Scholarship Program honors educators who have gone beyond their daily responsibilities and played a tremendous role in the shaping of education in our region. Specifically, the award program seeks to:  
• Recognize outstanding contributions to prekindergarten, kindergarten, elementary and secondary education as well as the advancement of understanding and support for continued education
• Honor the vital role all our educators, administrators and supporters play in education.
 
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Posted Thursday, January 18, 2018
Learning starts long before school. From birth, kids are building skills they need for life. This doesn’t mean they need lots of expensive learning toys!
Loving relationships matter most. Parents, grandparents, and family members can use everyday moments as learning moments.
Join us to learn fun activities to help your child learn anywhere, anytime!
 
Born Learning sessions will be offered on March 15 & 29 , April 12 & 26 from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. at 9th Street Tabernacle. Meals will be served at sessions. Families who attend all four sessions will receive a free tablet.
 
To register, contact LaToya Benberry, Kids Company TOO! coordinator at 270-444-5750 or latoya.benberry@paducah.kyschools.us 
 
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Posted Thursday, January 18, 2018
Tornado Alley Youth Services Center director Lakilia Bedeau has been named to a National Education Association task force on Community Schools. The charge of the task force is to review the current landscape and NEA’s positions or policies on community schools in the context of NEA's mission, and bring any recommended changes or a proposed policy statement to the NEA Board of Directors at its May 2018 meeting. 
 


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Posted Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Four PTHS football players were named to the Paducah Sun All-Purchase Football Team in a ceremony last night at the Paducah Chamber of Commerce: Jayshaun Milliken (OL), Jordan Harmon (DB), Bryson Brooks (DB) and Lance Butler (K). Congratulations!
 
 
 
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Posted Thursday, January 11, 2018
This year's session of the Kentucky state legislature is a budget session, which means that our legislators will be working with Governor Bevin to create a state budget for 2018-20. From all indications, this year's budget will be particularly difficult due to the fact that additional appropriations are needed for pensions, correctional institutions, Medicaid and other crucial state programs.  In fact, cuts to the 2018-20 budget are expected to be so severe that it's possible that even SEEK funding may be cut.

Senate budget Chairman Chris McDaniel has said he could not promise that SEEK funding will be protected.

"I would like to tell you that it will be, but I can't in all honesty say that," said McDaniel. "It is such a large part of our remaining budget. K-12 schools are 45 percent of the General Fund. And we are looking at a hole in our budget that is $1 billion. So how you close that hole without touching SEEK, I really can't tell you yet."  (John Cheves, Lexington Herald Leader, "1 billion cut in state budget raising worries", January 8, 2018)

Let me explain why cuts to SEEK would be so damaging to our public schools and how it would impact Paducah Public Schools.
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Posted Wednesday, January 10, 2018
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