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PHS has KY's 2nd Highest College-Going Rate
One school in the Big Sandy region had Kentucky's state highest rate of graduates who attended college, according to a report released last week.
 
A feedback report issued by the Kentucky Center for Education and Workforce Statistics (KCEWS) shows that Paintsville High School's college-going rate of 90.9 percent was second only to Brown School of Jefferson County, which has a rate of 91.1 percent. The state rate was 61.2 percent.  Click link to read entire article.

 

http://www.ksba.org/protected/ArticleView.aspx?iid=6GBP2Y2&dasi=3G32


PES K and New Student Registration for 2015-16

Advance registration for PES 2015-16 kindergarten and new student (grades 1-6) applications are now available in the PES office from 8 am- 4 pm Monday through Friday.  For more information contact the PES office at 606-789-2651.


Paintsville Headstart Now Accepting Applications

The Paintsville Headstart Program is now accepting applications for 2015-16. Headstart students must be 3 years old. For more information contact Kathy Adams at 606-789-2651 ext 2206.


Paintsville Elementary is Crowned Region Champions for the 2nd Year in a Row!

The Paintsville Academic Tigers were recently crowned back to back  Regional Governor's Cup Champions.  The Tigers roared their way through a tough field of eighteen area schools to earn the coveted overall victory! 

 

Schools representing the region were as follows: Allen Elementary, Betsy Layne Elementary, Central Elementary School, Flat Gap Elementary, Highland Elementary School, Highland-Turner Elementary School, James A. Duff Elementary School, John M. Stumbo Elementary, May Valley Elementary School, McDowell Elementary, Meade Memorial Elementary, Paintsville Elementary School, Porter Elementary School, Prestonsburg Elementary School, Salyersville Grade School, W.D. Osborne Elementary School, W.R. Castle Memorial Elementary School, and Wesley Christian School.

 

To see how the Tigers did in each tested area click on read more.


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Paintsville Students Attend State STLP Competition in Lexington

 

Paintsville “Techno Tigers” attended the annual Student Technology Leadership Program State Competition Thursday, March 27, 2015. The State Championship allows students from across the state to come together and demonstrate for other students, school and community persons what they know and can do with technology. Just over 5,700 P-12 students and 1,500 adults, from 360 schools and 94 districts attended the 2015 STLP State Championship in Lexington, Kentucky’s Rupp Area/Lexington Center.

 

Paintsville Elementary students Allie Witten, received a state championship ribbon for placing in the top eight in state for her original computer drawn art piece entitled, “Moon Dog” and Haley Sorrell competed in the Proven Learning Quick Recall event and came in second place.  Paintsville High’s video entitled “The Potato”, created by Derek Butcher and Jackson Hall, also received top 8 state honors.


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