Group Picture of PALs

Carlisle County Wins KSBA PEAK Award

Representatives from the Kentucky School Board Association (KSBA) and Representative Steve Rudy and Senator Ken Winters were in attendance today at Carlisle County High School as the district was presented with the Public Education Achieves in Kentucky (PEAK) Award for implementing an exemplary program. Carlisle County Superintendent Dr. Keith Shoulders and board of education members Kevin O'Neill, Ruth Dietch, and Brian Grogan proudly accepted the prestigious PEAK Award presented by KSBA officials. The PALs program was recently chosen by KSBA judges as an outstanding educational program. The PALs program is a collaborative effort through the Carlisle County High School and the Carlisle County Preschool where high school students spend a class period in a preschool classroom. Attendance rates among high school students have increased as a result of serving as a PAL. PALs know that they are needed and will be missed by the preschool students if they are not in attendance.
The PEAK Award calls statewide attention to outstanding public school efforts that enhance student learning and promote the positive impact of public elementary and secondary education.

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John says ... on Tuesday, Nov 24 at 1:32 AM

why does the carlisle county school does not have a police office there this year after the one they had last year got a better job?

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Bill Evans, VP of News says ... on Friday, Dec 5 at 5:37 PM

Congratulations on the award. We really enjoyed meeting the students involved in this project earlier this week. Thank you for sharing your achievement with us using You News TV.

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