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Hickman County Elementary



HCES Awards, KPREP banner, Perfect Attendance

 HCES Principal, Richard Todd, announces 2019-2020 Awards..... More +
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HCES 2020-2021 School Supply Lists

Teachers are finalizing the elementary school supply lists for the fall.  Check to see what is needed for your class by  clicking here for school supply lists More +

Hiring new HCES principal

Hickman County School Superintendent, Casey Henderson, met with Hickman County Elementary School’s SBDM council on April 13, 2020 and began the process of hiring a new principal for the upcoming school year.

The council came up with a list of qualifications they would like to see the next principal meet.

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BOGO Book Fair April 16-24th

HCES will host a Buy One Get One FREE Scholastic Book Fair April 16-24th during school hours AND online.  Click Read More for details... More +
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HCES--I Love to Read Week

HCES will celelbrate I Love to Read Week March 2-6th.  Click Read More for contests, theme days, etc.  More +
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Taste Testing !

MPK Group along with Hickman County food service director Megan Adams, principal Mr.Todd, & the student council participated in taste testing new items to add to the school menu! The kids' favorite items were chicken drumstick for lunch & chicken and waffle sandwich for breakfast!”  More +
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Canned Food Drive

Hickman County Elementary School recently conducted its canned food drive.   HCES students and staff collected 889 cans and food items, all of which were donated to The Mission House to benefit local families. More +

Students of the Month

  Despite their not having been in the building for over a month, the recognition of Hickman County Elementary’s top students continues as  Principal Richard Todd recently placed signs in the yards of seven HCES Students of the Month for April.  More +

6th Grade Trip

HCES sixth graders enjoyed a trip to St. Louis... More +


(FRANKFORT, Ky.) – The Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) and the Kentucky Department of Education recognized five school districts as Districts of Distinction at the board’s meeting today.

The districts earned the recognition under the fourth year of the Unbridled Learning: College and Career Readiness for All accountability system. To qualify as a District of Distinction, a district has to have an overall accountability score at the 95th percentile or higher (based on achievement, gap, growth, college- and career-readiness, graduation rate and program reviews), meet its current year Annual Measureable Objective, have at least a 95 percent participation rate, and not have a Focus or Priority School in the district. The achievement data is based on K-PREP testing in spring 2015.

The Districts of Distinction for the 2014-15 school year are:

 Calloway County

 Floyd County

 Fort Thomas Independent

 Hickman County

 Russell Independent

In addition, Hickman County, Calloway County and Russell Independent were recognized as High Progress Districts, which means they are in the top 10 percent of improvement compared to other districts in the state.

KBE Vice-Chair Bill Twyman and Commissioner of Education Stephen Pruitt presented each district superintendent and local board of education representative with a recognition banner and letter of commendation. Each district also will receive a District of Distinction logo which can be displayed on its website, letterhead or used in other ways to promote its accomplishment. Additionally, the three High Progress districts received a certificate of commendation.

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Hickman County Schools Recognized as Distinguished School District!!!

 There is a lot to celebrate in the Hickman County School District at all levels.  The District has been recognized by the Kentucky Department of Education as a Distinguished School District based on accountability scores for the 2014-2015 school year.  This is a title of significant distinction for a school district to possess.  Distinguished is characterized by being above the 90th percentile (based on the locked percentiles set in 2013).  It is evident that good teaching has paid off for the students of Hickman County.  The county was classified as a district in need of improvement in 2012-2013.  The next year, the county moved to a proficient district and now the impressive step to distinguished!  Hickman County has reason to be proud.

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Your everyday shopping can earn HCES money!

Your everyday shopping can earn HCES money!

You can help our school earn money for computers, PE and playground equipment, student rewards, etc. There are several ways to help….click Read More to find out how! More +

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