Students in Mr. Durr’s Floor and Wall Framing class at the Hughes-Jones Harrodsburg Area Technology Center recently completed a special project for the Mercer County Board of Education meeting room.
Posted Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Mercer County Elementary School held its annual Reading Wonderland event December 7. More than 500 students, parents and guardians attended. The festive event began with a chili supper, followed by students visiting reading stations which had guest speakers reading various Christmas and holiday stories.
Posted Friday, December 8, 2017
Mercer County Day Treatment students recently held an open house to display their new greenhouse. The greenhouse is entirely student-built and partially designed by students in Day Treatment.
Posted Monday, December 4, 2017
The Mercer County Senior High School Book Club received a $300 grant from the Kentucky Humanities Council to attend the 2017 Kentucky Book Fair. This year’s Kentucky Book Fair was held on Friday, November 17 at the Alltech Arena in Lexington, KY.
King Middle School students made their mark at KYA (Kentucky Youth Assembly) this past weekend. They had a bill passed by the student house and senate and signed by the KYA governor. The bill mandated public and private schools to have 30% of certified staff to be CPR trained.
The Mercer County Board of Education is seeking nominations for Business/Community Leaders to serve on the Local Planning Committee (LPC). This group will study the facility needs of the school district and put together a comprehensive plan regarding future needs.
Posted Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Mercer Elementary School recently held its monthly All Pro Dads Day event. More than 15 dads, granddads and other male mentors attended the event with their student. They covered the importance of taking time to read with your child and develop a love for literacy, while growing closer to their child and spending quality time with them.
November 27, 2017 - This morning, Mercer County Senior High and Mercer Central/ Day Treatment implemented a lockdown when a student showed an administrator a picture of a FACEBOOK post stating there would be a shooting at MCSH and Central.
Posted Monday, November 27, 2017
MCSH students in Mrs. Goodlett’s Principals of Teaching class helped Mercer Elementary School during their annual food drive. The students assisted with collecting and sorting all of the food donated.
Posted Tuesday, November 21, 2017
All students must start Hep A series by January 1, 2018 in order to be able to get the 2nd dose in 6 months (on July 1st, 2018). 16 year olds will need proof of 2 Meningococcal vaccines as well as Hep A. (see letters provided for details)
Posted Thursday, November 16, 2017