KMS Students will celebrate October 23---October 27.
Posted Tuesday, October 17, 2017
The King Middle School 7th Grade Lady Titans basketball team went undefeated and won the 2017 KBA (Kentucky Basketball Association) State Tournament. The Lady Titans defeated Casey County in the championship game, 43-35, earning them back-to-back state titles.
Posted Monday, October 16, 2017
The U.S. government does not track death rates for every drug. However, the National Center for Health Statistics at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention does collect information on many of the more commonly used drugs. The CDC also has a searchable database, called CDC Wonder. Read complete article Overdose Death Rates
Posted Thursday, October 5, 2017
Congratulations to our September Titan Proud student, Emily Ayala!
Posted Wednesday, October 4, 2017
Students in Mrs. Ellie Vandivier’s Science class at Mercer County Elementary School recently completed a class project using science and math tools to investigate pumpkins. Students had to use adjectives to describe the pumpkin, measure its’ height and weight, find the circumference and see if it sinks or floats in water. Additionally, students had to determine how many candy pumpkins it takes to balance the scales using a little pumpkin, and then examine it with a magnifying lens.
Posted Tuesday, October 3, 2017
Red Ribbon Week at MCIS will be October 23-27th. We will have the same dress up days as MCES. Our dress up themes will be:
Posted Monday, October 2, 2017
Mercer County Elementary School students have enjoyed various activities this week as the school celebrated FarmsCool week. There were numerous stations with various farm equipment and animals to create a farming playground. Students learned about farm animals, crops and machinery. They learned what farmers do and how their work makes it from the field to the dinner plate. Pigs, dairy cows, beef cattle, goats and a horse were on site for children to see and learn about.
High school students in Dr. Ekambaram Elumalai’s AP Environmental Studies class got a very rewarding opportunity to visit a sewer treatment plant in Floyds Fork, Louisville. Students had the opportunity to see the processes of the plant and relate it to what they learned in their textbooks and Dr. Elumalai’s lectures.
King Middle School students in Mrs. Penn’s Science class, recently completed a class project where students explored the most basic physical principles of roller coasters. They learn about the possibilities and limitations of roller coasters within the context of energy conservation, frictional losses and other physical principles.
Posted Friday, September 29, 2017
Geography is alive in our MCIS 5th grade Social Studies classes! Students used balloons to create their own globes complete with all 7 continents and 4 oceans (5 counting the Southern Ocean).