An Emergency warming center will be open at the Lion's Park Community Center, 450 East Factory St. Harrodsburg, KY 40330 from Sunday Jan. 20th 2019 at 8 pm - Mon. Jan 21st at 7 am.
Posted Friday, January 18, 2019
The Mercer County School District will be closed on Monday Jan. 21, 2019 for Martin Luther King Jr. day. Please see the following article in the Harrodsburg Herald for a listing of celebration events scheduled for this day in our local community.
Posted Monday, January 14, 2019
Dear Parents and Guardians, During the month of January, all Mercer Co. Schools will be reviewing and practicing our emergency drills as required by Kentucky Law. These drills include...
Posted Friday, January 11, 2019
Dear Parents, Guardians, Staff, and Community Members:The Mercer County District Calendar Committee has begun the process of developing the 2020-2021 District Calendar. The 2019-2020 school calendar was adopted by the board last year and is posted to our webpage at this LINK If you have ideas or suggestions for the 2020-2021 calendar, please see the following information and contact one of our calendar committee members by visiting this LINK
Mercer County Football is now the first-ever Xenith Elite Football Program. This mutually- beneficial partnership will offer Mercer County Football numerous marketing opportunities and expansive media exposure for its program and athletes, as well as remarkable pricing for its equipment needs.The Titans will also be exclusively equipped with Xenith helmets. “I’m extremely excited to begin this partnership with Coach Buchanan and the Mercer County Titans football program,” said Ron Tanner, Sales and Marketing Representative for Xenith.“Mercer County is a high class program that lives by the motto ‘Find A Way To Win.’ They win by developing and molding tremendous athletes on and off the field. It is my pleasure to work with the Titans as my first Xenith Elite Program.” Xenith’s social media reach is remarkably wide, with thousands of users following the brand on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.Titan head coach David Buchanan is excited at the opportunities this will provide for current and future Titans. He also recognizes Xenith as the top-of-the-game in safety.“We are excited our student-athletes will be in top-of-the-line equipment as a result of our agreement with Xenith,” said Buchanan. “Additionally, this will also provide a platform for our athletes to be seen by many, far and wide.”Xenith was founded on a mission to put athletes first and improve football safety. Their progressive approach to helmet technology Designed for the committed athlete, Xenith products enable the athlete’s pursuit with advanced fit, feel, style, and an innovative approach to safety & technology. Every Xenith helmet achieves top safety ratings, which enables every athlete to take the field with the confidence to play at their best. This athlete-centric philosophy doesn’t stop at safety. Xenith designs for needs that transcend protection, pushing the boundaries of fit, feel, comfort, durability, performance and style. YouTube Link
Posted Monday, January 7, 2019
Mercer County Senior High School will be sponsoring a Blood Drive by the Kentucky Blood Center on Friday Jan. 25, 2019. They will be at MCSH from 8:30 am - 3 pm. Community persons may come as walk-ins and our MCSH Senior students will be given two hours of community service hours for their donation. Save a life - give blood!
Posted Thursday, January 3, 2019
A very special thanks and Congratulations to Becky Holt who retired from Mercer Co. Schools on Friday Dec. 14th after serving the school district the past 27 yrs., most recently as our Public Relations Director and School District Webmaster. We appreciate all that you have done for Mercer Co. Schools and wish you all the best in your retirement!
Posted Monday, December 17, 2018
There is no school today, Wednesday, December 5th. Today is a Titan Learning Day, TLD #1
Posted Wednesday, December 5, 2018
After school on November 14th, school administrators received reports from students and their parents that a student on one of our buses made comments about a bomb being on the bus.
Posted Thursday, November 15, 2018
Parents, please see the WKYT story about a dangerous new app that encourages risky behaviors in children. Mercer County Schools counseling staff encourages parents to closely monitor their children's social media and video game usage. Click READ MORE to see video news story.
Posted Tuesday, November 13, 2018