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.


Robertson County Board of Education Meets

The Robertson County Board of Education met on Monday, October 17th, 2016 in the FCS room of Robertson County School.  Students of the Month were recognized and presented with certificates during the meeting.  Also making the DPP/IS report and Superintendent’s report were SSAC committee members Brooklynn Cooper and Keagan Allen.  Click on “Read More” to see pictures of students and to read the full media release.  

1st Nine Weeks Perfect Attendance

Robertson County School First Nine Weeks Perfect Attendance

Kindergarten-Emerson Brown, Carlee Courts, Evan Ellis, Zane Insko, Allie Myers, Aubrey Strong;

First Grade-Ayden Courts, Addison Cowan, Colby Emmons, John Hendrix, Easton Hendrix, Jayden Ison, Rylee Shrout;

Second Grade-Oliver Brown, Holly Burns, Kyle Burns, Addisston Flack, Garett Giles, Nolan Harding, Peyton Jolly, Kayla Knarr, Adyson Linville, Saphira McFarland, Roger Miller, Evelyn Stamper;

Third Grade-Ruby Brumley, Finnegan Cochlin, Samuel Courtney, Elijah Cowan, Alana Cracraft, Wyatt Curtis, Irene Dischar, Brookelyn Earlywine, Zoey Earlywine, Tanner Gifford, Andrew Gooden, Andrew Gray, Walker Grigson, Henry Haag, Jacob Hawkins, Brena Humphreys, Keyanna Ison, Landon Kern, Landon Logan, Sidney Malone, Mackenzie Massey, Ashton Myers, Austin Richards, Nathan Turner;

Fourth Grade- Makayla Brumagen, Katelynn Cracraft, Sindole Gifford, Nathanial Gray, Lyndsey Kern, Hadleigh Linville, Joshua McConnell, Carree Morgan, Chloe Northcutt, Kaine Roberts, Brody Stines, Skylar Turner;

Fifth Grade- Destiny Cook, Abigail Courtney, Devin Craig, Grant Dischar, Carlie Gay, Krysta Hamm, Emma Hughes, Annaraye Insko, Brodie Knarr, Kaitlynn Linville, Hayley Malone, Austin Stamper, Haley Stewart;

Click on "Read More" for middle and high school perfect attendance.

RCS FFA Attends National Convention

Robertson County FFA Chapter at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis.

The Robertson County School FFA Chapter attended the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana.  Click on "Read More" to see more pictures.

RCS Teacher Named Top 24 in Kentucky

Mr. Holbrook and Mrs. Cowan at awards ceremony.

Robertson County School middle math and science teacher Cayeann Cowan was a Top 24 finalist in the 2017 Valvoline Teacher Achievement Awards.  The TAA awards the Kentucky Teacher of the Year Award annually.  Mrs. Cowan was honored with her colleagues in a ceremony in the State Capitol Building by Governor Matt Bevin, Education and Workforce Secretary Hal Heiner, Commissioner of Education Stephen Pruitt, and Valvoline CEO Sam Mitchell.  Mrs. Cowan received a cash award and a certificate.  Robertson County Superintendent, Mr. Holbrook, was also present for the ceremony.  Congratulations Mrs. Cowan!!!

Click "Read More" for press release. 

New School Messenger Sign-up

Our school messenger system, that sends out text messages and call reminders, went through an update this weekend and we realized a lot of numbers were lost. If you did not get a text message that said "test" today, we need you to do a couple of things. 

1. Text the word "yes" to the number 68453. If that works, you will get an instant reply that says you are now enrolled with school messenger. 

2. If you try that and it doesn't work, call 606-724-5421 and ask them to verify that you are in the system and that we have your correct number. 

3. If you have never received messages and would like to, call 606-724-5421 and ask that you be entered into the system. 

We want to get everyone updates as soon as possible., especially before we start making announcements for weather delays and closings. 

Thank you!  Please share with anyone who may not be on Facebook or keep up with our school webpage.

Parcel #2 Auction


Saturday November 5, 2016 10:00a.m.
Location:  Old Deming School Location
Mount Olivet, KY 41064

Parcel 2 of the old Deming School site.  In this parcel is 1.91 acres.  This includes the area adjacent to where the old Deming School was located and currently the Family Dollar store is located.  Parcel 2 will be clearly drew out day of the auction.  Land surveyor certification can be picked up at the Robertson County Board of Education for any interested bidders.  
Terms:  10% down day of sale, balance on or within 30 days with deed
Selling with Reserve
Owner:  Robertson County Board of Education
Sale conducted by:  Sanford Holbrook P-710, Auctioneer
Announcements day of sale take precedent over prior material.  The Robertson County Board of Education is not responsible for accidents.

RCS Rocks Distinguished with New Tee-Shirts

Sophomore Erick Nava and P.E. teacher Joe Bane sporting their new Robertson County School tee-shirts.

Robertson County students returned from Fall Break with a surprise awaiting them in homeroom.  All students and staff had new tee-shirts to wear celebrating their accomplishments on the state tests last year.  The front of the tee-shirts had written on them, "Robertson County School" enclosing "RCS" and "We Fought Back" on the bottom.  The backside of the tee-shirt had "Distinguished" with a number "7" written underneath it in recognition of Robertson County's classification and ranking in the state.  Click on "Read More" to see Mrs. Grace's class in their shirts.

Attendance Rewards

Mrs. Holly kisses a pig.

Robertson County School celebrated in style Wednesday in recognition of the the Middle, and possibly the Elementary, winning the regional Kentucky Department of Education's "High Attendance Day."  High Attendance Day was held on September 20th.  If there is a tie, the tie breaker goes back to the previous day, etc. until a winner can be named.  To celebrate their victory Robertson County DPP/DAC/IS, Mrs. Holly Linville, was forced to kiss a pig.  The pig squealed as Mrs. Holly approached it, but puckered up for a lipstick lip lock.  The pig immediately used mouthwash following the kiss and was quoted as saying, "She isn't the worst kiss I've had."   

For the rest of the article and more pictures click on "Read More."

We Are RCS!!!





On The Red Carpet

On the Red Carpet with Coach Patrick Kelsch and Mr. Aaron Massey.

RCS- The Celebration Continues


Student Arrival

Check back all day Monday-Wednesday, October 3-5, for more videos of the RCS Celebration.

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Robertson County Ranked 7th in Kentucky


The Robertson County School District is ranked 7th overall in Kentucky for their 2015-2016 test scores with an index of 80.2.  The news came as test scores were released to the public at 12:01 am on September 29th.  This earned the district a classification being “Distinguished” and a “Progressing District” as well as a “High Progress District.”  The school district made an 18 point gain over the previous year and has no intentions of looking back. "Click on "Read More" for the rest of the article.

Carley Turner

Robertson County School sophomore Carley Turner was recognized in our state's capital as 2014-2015 GEAR UP Kentucky student leader of the year representative from our District.  She was accompanied to the ceremony by DPP Holly Linville, Gear Up Coordinator Lauren Hughes, and her mother Marsha Massey.  Congratulations Carley!!!  Click on "Read More" for more pictures.

RCS Seniors Attend College Fair & Tour MCTC

RCS Seniors attending College Fair

Robertson County Seniors explored their future opportunities by attending a college fair and touring Maysville Community College and Technical Center on Wednesday, September 21, 2016.  The college fair was hosted by Mason County Schools at their Carmeuse Complex and Steam Academy building.  Students from Augusta Independent, Bracken County, Mason County, and Saint Patrick were also in attendance. Click on "Read More" to read the rest of the article and see more pictures. 

Mr. Hester Visits Robertson County School

Picture L to R RCS Superintendent Sanford Holbrook, Mr. Brian Hester, Myles Murphy, Madison Fryman, Cheyenne Brumagen, David Kennedy II, and Mr. Nelson Hester.

Mr. Nelson Hester and Mr. Bryan Hester visited Robertson County School on September 19, 2016, to meet with staff and students to see all the progress and educational programs in the district.  Mr. Nelson and Pauline Hester started the Hester scholarship fund through the Maysville Community & Technical College which is awarded to several members of Robertson County School graduating class each year.  RCS Superintendent Sanford Holbrook said, “RCS is so grateful for all the support and opportunities that Mr. and Mrs. Hester provide to our students.  Their generosity gives so many of our RCS students a chance to receive a post-secondary degree without the financial hardships many students face attending college.”  Mr. Nelson Hester is a Deming Alumni from the class of 1950.

High School Art

Madison Myers with her art project.

Students in Mrs. Wooldridge’s classes are realizing that the arts have a profound ability to enrich their lives.  Mrs. Wooldridge uses the arts as a valuable tool to  enhance her reading instruction at the high school level.  By creating personal art pieces, students are building a bridge between the written and spoken word.  Art not only supports creativity but also helps fosters higher order thinking skills and promotes high levels of analysis, reasoning and questioning.  Students shown here have taken what they’ve read in Mrs. Wooldridge’s class and are creating meaningful expressions of art that make their reading relevant to them.  Click on "Read More" for more pictures.

RCS Kroger Rewards


You can help Robertson County School by linking your Kroger Rewards card with the Robertson County Education Foundation.  To find out how to sign up contact the school's Facebook page, stop in the office, or call the school office and give them your email address and we will give you instructions.  The number is (606) 724-5421.  Thank You!!!

RCS Students Enroll in Dual Credit College Courses from MCTC

MCTC Professor Alex Hyrcza talks to RCS students enrolled in one of his online courses.

Robertson County School juniors and seniors recently enrolled in classes for the fall semester at Maysville Community & Technical College.  The dual credit courses allow students to earn college credits, while also meeting the qualifications set forth by the State of Kentucky and the local Robertson County Board of Education, to graduate high school.   The courses are being taken in both the traditional classroom setting, where students are bused to the college, and online.  There are 25 RCS students taking over 150 college credits.  These classes are paid for by a generous donation by the Adhoc Foundation, as long as certain qualifications are met by students.  MCTC Faculty were very generous of their time by coming to Robertson County School to help students enroll.  Some of the professors teaching the courses even stopped by to meet the students who were taking online courses and go over the syllabus with them.

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Robertson County school building