Mission Statement

The mission of Robertson County Schools is to provide a safe, education-focused environment that fosters the development of all students to be college and/or career ready by graduation.

SCHOOL NEWS

High School Scheduling

It's time to schedule high school classes!!!  Come to Robertson County School July 24-27 at the times listed below.  If you cannot make any of those dates, you can still schedule classes the first day of school.  All juniors and seniors taking college courses need to meet with Ms. Amy Marvin from KHEAA on Thursday, July 27 from 10 am-12pm.

Monday- July 24, 8 am-11 am.

Tuesday- July 25, 8 am-4 pm.

Wednesday- July 26, 4 pm-7 pm

Thursday- July 27, 8 am-4pm (Juniors and Seniors taking college classes 10 am-12 pm)

New Board Member Sworn In

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Kevin Dotson was sworn in as the newest member of the Robertson County Board of Education on July 17.  Mr. Dotson serves in Precinct 4.

Back-to-School Party Donations Needed

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Robertson County Removed From State Assistance

 

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In a unanimous vote by the Kentucky State Board of Education, Robertson County was removed from State Assistance on June 7 during their regular meeting.

RCS Graduation 2017

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Robertson County School held its graduation ceremony on Friday, May 12.  In full cap and gown the seniors walked out to "Pomp and Circumstance." played by the RCS Band.  Salutatorian, Aletha Thomas, and valedictorian, Haley Burns, gave their addresses recognizing both the struggles and triumphs of the Class of 2017.  This was followed by the "Rose Ceremony" as the seniors presented roses to those people in the crowd who were special to their lives.  RCS staff members Linda Ishmael and Brandi Thayer delivered the commencement addresses, offering advice for the future and praising their current accomplishments.  Then there was a video tribute in the seniors honor by Mrs. Cayeann Cowan.  The final event was the diplomas.  Principal, Mr. Johnson read the names as Robertson County Superintendent Mr. Holbrook handed out the diplomas.  The graduates received congratulations from the Robertson County Board of Education as they posed for pictures.  Graduate Haley Burns was also presented with her Associates Degree from MCTC, as she became the second in the immediate area to graduate high school with a two-year degree as well.  Congratulations to all graduates!!!  Click on "Read More" to see the program and more pictures.

Kindergarten Spelling Bee Winners

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Class A: Gracie Houchens, Carley Courts, Karen Blackburn   Class B: Adielynn Turner, Evan Ellis, Gracie Bess

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Overall Winner Gracie Houchens

Class Night

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Robertson County School held its traditional "Class Night" to present the senior class with their awards and scholarships on Thursday, May 11.  The evening began with the junior class singing "Time of Your Life" to the soon-to-be graduates.  This was followed by the "History of the Class" presented by seniors Breanna Hesler and Myles Murphy.  Then the seniors sang, "I'll Always Remember You."


RCS Principal Jamey Johnson began the awards by naming Aletha Thomas as the 2017 class salutatorian, and Haley Burns as the valedictorian.  Myles Murphy was presented with the "Role Model" award.  The seniors were given cords and stoles based on honors earned towards "College and Career Ready" status.  RCS and MTC staff presented awards for individual class performance and certificates earned.  Over $90,000 in scholarships were then presented to the RCS Class of 2017.  Mr. Johnson reminded the juniors in the crowd to make sure they applied next year, because everyone who applied received at least one scholarship of some amount.

Click on "Read More" for a list of scholarships and more pictures from Class Night.

Attendance Rewards

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Friday may have been the last day of school for Robertson County School students, but it was the also the beginning of an exciting summer.  It was the day that RCS students were rewarded for their high attendance percentage all year round.  Each student's name was placed into a drawing based on his or her attendance percentage for the year.  After their name was drawn the students could pick from 10 plus tables of prizes or 84 bicycles, all donated by the Robertson County Community and outlying supporters.  The first five tickets were drawn from 4-time attendance belt champions, Mrs. Treva's 3rd grade.  Then it was all K-12.  Click on "Read More" to see more pictures.

Broedy Harris Chosen as Governor's Scholar

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Congratulations to RCS junior Broedy Harris, for being chosen as a 2017 Governor's Scholar recipient.  

The Governor's Scholar Program is a stimulating, five-week, residential summer program for outstanding Kentucky students completing their junior year in high school. Established in 1983, the program provides academic and personal growth in a challenging, non-traditional environment that balances a strong liberal arts program with a full co-curricular and residential life experience.  

RCS is super excited for Broedy to represent Robertson County School this summer!  

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