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HCS Seeks HS Principal
Hickman County Schools is currently seeking applicants for the position of High School Principal. 
testing fun HCES Testing fun !
To help ease text anxiety regarding the annual state K-PREP assessment, students and staff enjoyed a “stress free day” Tuesday. 

The event, coordinated by Vickie Batts and Mitzi Spraggs from the school’s Family Resource Center.....(Click Read More)

 
More Testing Fun !
Hickman County Elementary was transformed overnight into the most student-friendly military fort ever thanks to the efforts of the entire HCES faculty and staff..... 
student of month Elementary Student of the Month Awards
Hickman County Elementary recently recognized its Students of the Month for April.   The FALCONS FLY character trait emphasized in April was Lead by Example.  
HC Schools Homecoming
                                                                          Hickman County Schools

Homecoming

Saturday, May 26, 2018

First Assembly of God

Family Life Center

Doors open at 5:00 p.m.

Meal and program 6:30 p.m.

 
HCES Library fundraiser
HCES Library is selling a limited number of Falcon ornaments.  Each is 3 1/4 inch acrylic with our HC Falcon.  $7.00 each and comes in own gift box.  Please see Mrs. Taylor at the elementary library to purchase.
 
 
 
HCES Outdoor activities area
Students and staff returning to Hickman County Elementary from spring break had an unexpected surprise Monday!  

Thanks to the hard work of some of the Hickman County schools staff, a new student outdoor activities area was completed during the week off from school.   Click Read more for details and photos

 
Safe Schools Planning
To learn what we do in the name of safety each and every day, read Superintendent Henderson's letter regarding our renovation plans over the next year that have already been approved by our Board this past fall and some helpful suggestions of what parents can do in case of any emergency.  
HCES Governor's Cup
Hickman County Elementary placed second recently in the Governor’s Cup District 4 competition at Symsonia Elementary School in Graves County.  HCES was led by the quick recall team, which placed first overall by defeating the host, Symsonia, in the final two matches, while several students scored well in various subjects.  
Archery Success!
The Hickman County Archery Team continued its spectacular showings for the 2017-18 season as six individuals placed among the top qualifiers Saturday at the regional competition in Marshall County.   Those placing among the top finishers in their respective categories include: from left, James Clark, Lane Cunningham, Callie Douglas, Dallas Williford, Cora Clark, and Brooklyn Naranjo. 
Important Health Information for 2018 School Year Important Health Information for 2018 School Year
 New immunization regulations for all students will be in effect for the 2018-2019 school year.  Click Read More for specific information and contact Melissa Burpo if you have questions melissa.burpo@hickman.kyschools.us or 270-653-4067 
Thank you, Clinton Bank ! Thank you, Clinton Bank !

Teressa Dowdy of Clinton Bank recently presented a check to Richard Todd, principal of Hickman County Elementary School. The check, totaling $909.70, is proceeds from the bank’s Falcon Cards and will be used at HCES for student rewards and classroom materials.

 
Counseling services available

Mountain Comprehensive Care Center in Benton, KY provides school-based services for the Hickman County School district.

William Russelburg is the Mental Health Associate for our district. Mr. Russelburg has a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology from Murray State University and he has 25 years experience working in the field of Mental Health as a Case Manager with children and adults.

You can reach Mr. Russelburg at 270-653-4067 Monday-Friday or at William.Russelburg@mtcomp.org  
More Information can be found here: Mountain Comprehensive at HC Schools

 
KAPS Advisory Council Meeting

KAPS Advisory Council Meeting

KAPS FRYSC and Community Ed

Advisory Council Meeting will be

Wednesday, August 23rd at 11:45

in the Family Resource Center

Conference Room. Lunch will be

provided.

 
Perfect Attendance Perfect Attendance
Hickman County Elementary School recently awarded students for perfect attendance. Students who had missed no more than a half day of school were honored during an assembly, and received prizes that had been donated by community members. Prizes donated included two bicycles, two $25 Wal Mart gift cards, and $220 in cash. 
Elementary School Award! Elementary School Award!
Hickman County Elementary School has made the Alliance for a Healthier Generation’s 2017 list of America’s Healthiest Schools by achieving the Bronze Award for making changes that promote healthier eating and physical activity for students and staff.  Click Read More for additional informaton. 
Donation to Elementary School Donation to Elementary School

Donation to HCES - Emily Sullivan, vice president of economic development for Gibson Electric, presents a check for $1,000 to Richard Todd, principal at Hickman County Elementary School. Gibson Electric recently held its annual members’ meeting and dinner at HCES.

 
Student Spotlight winner Student Spotlight winner

Senior Emily Cooley won the Student Spotlight door prize for her deer harvest entry in the photo display this season...

 
HIGH SCHOOL CELEBRATES READING HIGH SCHOOL CELEBRATES READING

With February being Library Lovers’ Month, it is the perfect time for local students to celebrate reading with I Love to Read Week.  This annual event was held at the high school this week and included a variety of activities related to reading promotion.  From dress-up days to a poetry contest, from a week-long library scavenger hunt to a photo display, each literary-themed activity was a fun opportunity for students to not only celebrate reading, but also to earn the chance to win monetary prizes generously sponsored by the Hickman County Arts Council. 

 As part of the week’s events, students were challenged to create a found poem by using a black-out technique.  Here, students take a copy of a random page of text and create a “found” poem by isolating certain words in a particular order to create a new idea or unique sentiment.  The top 20 entries were put on display in the library, and the entire student body was asked to vote for their favorite.  Prizes were awarded as follows: 1st place Latosha Hurt, 2nd place Allison Pettit, 3rd place Brandi Hornback. 

 

 
Upcoming Events
HS Summer School
Mon Jun 4 2018
to Fri Jun 29 2018
HS Regular SBDM Meeting
Wed Jun 20 2018
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