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Paducah Public Schools Updates for March 16 - April 17 Closing
March 30
 Paducah Public Schools to Continue Non-Traditional Instruction and Tornado Takeout Through Spring Break, April 6-10
March 26
Students who have paper packets of assignments will turn in their completed assignments and pick up a new packet Friday, March 27. See the news summary below for bus schedules and specific instructions. 
March 20
In keeping with Governor Beshear’s recommendation that all Kentucky Schools stop in-person instruction, Paducah Public Schools Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) Days will be extended through Friday, April 17, 2020. This closure is a proactive approach to limit exposure to COVID-19 within our community.
Here is the schedule for the coming weeks:
March 23 – March 27 NTI Days
March 30 – April 3 NTI Days
April 6 - April 10  NTI Days
April 13 – April 17 NTI Days

As a school district, we are prepared to provide continuity of services for both learning and nutrition. Teachers will be providing instructional services using Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI). Our food service staff will continue preparing meals for delivery according to the schedule that is already in place.

Please see the district web site at  for the latest announcements regarding this developing situation.
March 18
If you are a student or parent who needs help accessing Microsoft Teams at home, you can find instructions here. Look for "Microsoft Teams How To" at the bottom of the page. 
March 17
Paper packets will be delivered to students Wednesday, March 18 at the building where they attend schools. Online students will not receive paper packets. For a complete list of instructions and bus stops, see the link in the news summary below. 
March 14, 2020
Paducah Public Schools will offer takeout meal delivery beginning Monday, March 16.

Beginning Tuesday, March 17, until further notice – buses will be at all stops from 10:30 - 11:00 AM.

All sites will serve breakfast and lunch. See the news summary below for a link to a list of Tornado Takeout stops.
March 13, 2020
Information over the coming days/weeks will be sent to you via email and text message to the contact information in Infinite Campus, so having correct email and phone numbers for you is crucial.

If you are not receiving either text messages or e-mails from Paducah Public Schools, please access your Infinite Campus Parent Portal as soon as possible and update your contact information.  Click here to connect to the Campus Parent Portal.

If you don’t have a Parent Portal account, send an e-mail requesting your login information to: [email protected]

If you do not have email, please call 270-444-5600. 
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School Report Cards

2016-17 District Report Card and School Report Cards

Each year in Kentucky, students take state and national tests to gauge whether they have mastered the material they need to be successful in school and beyond.
For 2016-17, changes to the state and national laws  have prompted a redesign of the state accountability system that has been used since 2013-14. While the system is in transition, the Kentucky Department of Education will no longer calulate a single score or assign labels to schools or districts. Instead, for 2016-17 state released separate scores for each of the following categories.  Since the standards used of scoring have changed from previous years, scores for 2016-17 should not be compared with previous years.
A score between 0 and 100 is used to show how students did on state tests. Student scores are divided into the following categories: novice, apprentice, proficient, or distinguished. Schools receive one point for the percentage of students who were proficient or distinguished and a half point for students who were apprentice.  If the percentage of students scoring distinguished is higher than the percentage of students scoring novice, then bonus points are awarded. 
A score between 0 and 100 is used to show how historically under-served students did on state tests. This category includes the scores of students who qualify for free or reduced lunch, receive special education services, need support in learning English, or whose race is identified as African-American, Hispanic, or Native American. Schools receive one point for the percentage of students in this category that scored proficient or distinguished. Credit is also given for reducing the number of students who score novice.
A score between 0 and 100 compares student performance in reading and math from year to year.
You can see the 2016-17 District Report Card here. 
You can see the 2016-17 Choices Educational Center Report Card here. 
You can see the 2016-17 Clark Elementary Report Card here.
You can see the 2016-17 McNabb Elementary Report Card here. 
You can see the 2016-17 Morgan Elementary Report Card here. 
You can see the 2016-17 Paducah Middle School Report Card here. 
You can see the 2016-17 Paducah Tilghman High School Report Card here
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