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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.


Student Superheroes of RCS

Walking the Blue Carpet

Commitment to RCS Students and Excellence in Teaching Continues at RCS


Mrs. Shanda Gay (Middle School English Language Arts teacher), Mrs. Kristina Wooldridge (High School English Language Arts teacher), Mrs. Tiffany Turner (5th Grade Teacher), and Mr. Jamey Johnson (RCS Principal) attended the recent two day 2017 Kentucky Continuous Improvement Summit in Lexington, Kentucky. The conference was attended this year by 750 participants of teachers and administrators throughout the state.  The Kentucky Department of Education and AdvancED Kentucky sponsor this annual fall conference.  Participants attend a wide variety of workshops to learn strategies that promote student proficiency, engage all students in their learning, as well as how to better build solid reading/writing foundations for all students (just to name a few workshops).  This year, the keynote speaker for the conference was Mike Rutherford, from the Rutherford Learning Group.  Mr. Rutherford also presented at several of the workshops.  His mission is to enhance the quality of students’ education through the development and support of teachers and administrators.  The Robertson County team walked away with a deeper understanding of what can be done to strengthen instruction for our RCS students, as well as being the conduit to share all the information with all RCS teachers.  RCS continues their tradition of excellence!

Great Things Continue to Happen at RCS

Shanda Gay

RCS Middle School teacher, Shanda Gay, has been selected to serve on the state of Kentucky Middle School (6-8) English Language Arts Standards Advisory Panel.  State Senate Bill I calls for the review and revision of Kentucky’s Academic Standards every six years.  This year, standards for Reading/Writing and Math will be reviewed and revised.  Mrs. Gay, along with other highly skilled educators selected from the state, will meet in Frankfort for 3-5 days during this school year.  Additionally, Mrs. Gay was selected to serve on the prestigious ECET2KY (Elevating and Celebrating Effective Teaching and Teachers) regional planning team at the end of September.  The ECET2 is a national initiative by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation that focuses on collaboration between highly effective teachers and professionalizing teaching.  Over the past four years, close to 3,000 Kentucky teachers have attended ECET2 planning meetings in Kentucky.  Mr. Aaron Massey, RCS Middle School Social Studies teacher was also selected to attend this years’ ECET2, but was unable to attend.  Being selected and serving on these teams, is quite an honor for these teachers and for Robertson County Middle School.  Success continues at RCS!


Grandparent's Day


Grandparent’s Day was held at Robertson County School on Wednesday, September 6.  Students in grade P-5 invited their grandparents to school for lunch, a tour of their classroom, and also gave their grandparents cards and poems they had made for them.  Click on “Read More” to see more pictures.

RCS Middle School Girls Basketball Schedule


RCS Back-to-School Tailgate Party & Open House


The annual Robertson County Back-to-School Tailgate party and Open House was held on Monday, August 7.  Students and parents were offered a time to visit classrooms and meet their teachers.  Meanwhile the tailgate party was just starting in the back parking lot.  The FRYSC and Community Education programs coordinated and hosted the party handing out free school supplies, food, and fun.  Many people, businesses, churches, and organizations had donated money or supplies in advance.  These were ready to be picked up in new red RCS drawstring bags.  There were also many more with tailgates dropped to hand out food or supplies, or to play games.  There were 296 RCS students in Preschool & Head Start through twelfth grade who came to the party.  Click on "Read More" to see a list of sponsors and volunteers, and to see more pictures from that night.  


The Passing of RCS Friend Sam Dryden
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MS Girls Basketball
@RCS Gymnasium
Thursday, 10/26/2017
Early Release
Friday, 10/27/2017
MS Girls Basketball
@Bracken County
Thursday, 11/2/2017
Early Release
Friday, 11/3/2017
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Robertson County school building