There will be a special called meeting of the Paducah Middle SBDM Wednesday, May 12, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. The meeting will be virtual. Here is the link for the virtual meeting: https://murraystate.zoom.us/j/84404680021Agenda items include > KASC training on the process for selecting a principal> Approval of the student survey instrument and survey window> Discussion of the parent, staff, and community survey instrument and survey window> Election of a vice-chair.To see the agenda, click "More".
Posted Tuesday, May 11, 2021
Clark Elementary is presenting a virtual performance of "Schoolhouse Rock LIVE! Kids" Monday, May 10 at 7:00 p.m.You can view the performance on Youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWa77hqsWcEThere are over 40 Clark students (virtual and in-person) in grades 1-5 that participated in "Schoolhouse Rock LIVE! KIDS". Students virtually auditioned for the play in January, and then began rehearsals shortly after the audition. The musical production has four songs and lasts a little over 10 minutes.
Posted Monday, May 10, 2021
To see the lunch and breakfast menus for May 2021, please click "More".
The Paducah Football Association will host a Welcome Party for PTHS Head Football Coach Sean Thompson and PM Head Football Coach Ben Seig Friday, May 14, 5:30 - 7:30 PM at Reevesville Outdoor Venue.Join us as we introduce Coach Thompson and Coach Seig to parents and players. This is open to all players and their families from our little league, middle school, & high school football programs. Food and games will be provided.The PT Booster Club will meet with Coach Thompson. Paducah Middle parents are encouraged to attend this meeting as well. Please click "more" to see the flyer for more information.
Paducah Tilghman High School wrestler David Conner signed a scholarship with Thomas More University in a signing ceremony held at PTHS on May 10.Conner began wrestling in fifth grade with a club team in Mayfield. He was a member of the McCracken County Wrestling team as an eighth grader and a freshman, then wrestled for PTHS his sophomore, junior and senior years. He has advanced to the state wrestling tournament every year since eighth grade and placed fifth in the state tournament his junior and senior years. This year’s fifth place finish was remarkable because Conner broke his ankle early in the season and was unable to wrestle until the regional tournament. Despite that, he advanced through the regional and semi-state to the state tournament.Thomas More, which finished eighth and had three wrestlers place at the 2021 NAIA Wrestling National Championship, asked Conner to visit after seeing him at the KHSAA state tournament.“Thomas More has a small, close knit campus, which will give me a chance to know the teachers really well,” Conner said. “The wrestling team is really hard working and new. They get along well and want everyone to succeed, and that’s what I love most about a wrestling team.”“David’s been with us since the beginning,” said PTHS Head Wrestling Coach Seth Livingston. “As coaches we’re looking for guys who commit themselves to what we’re doing and then take that to the next level. One thing we always talk about is being the example. For the last five years, David’s been our example in his commitment, leadership, and work ethic. We’re excited for him and sad to see him go.”Photo caption, Row 1, L to R: Alicia Hudson, Michael Conner, B.J. Conner, David Conner, Lindsey Conner, Ashlynn Conner, Julienne ConnerRow 2: Coach Seth Livingston
All of our Paducah Public Schools students that participated in National History Day won their division in the state competition. They will advance to the national competition to represent our school district.Ashley Adkins is the state nominee for the 2021 Patricia Behring Teacher of the Year in the senior division.Outstanding Political History Award: Elena Adkins, Azlyn Goodyke, Liam BlackOutstanding Kentucky History Award: Caroline AdkinsJunior Individual Exhibit1st Place-Rex Gay (PMS), The United States and the America: An Avoidable Tragedy on the Ohio RiverJunior Individual Website1st Place-Caroline Adkins (PMS), Speaking Through Stitches: How Quilts Have Communicated Through HistorySenior Group Documentary1st Place-Elena Adkins, Azlyn Goodyke, and Liam Black (PTHS), "All Governments Lie...That's a Pretty Good Rule:" The Communication of Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon PapersSenior Individual Performance1st Place-Kate Bidwell (PTHS), Communicating Creatively: How Annie Sullivan Worked to Eradicate Communication Barriers(Please click "Read More" to see a photo of the winners).
Posted Friday, May 7, 2021