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Adair County Schools . . . preparing every student to be college or career ready.

 

          

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It is my great honor and sincere privilege to lead the Adair County School District as its Superintendent. Our school system has undergone t...
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Dr. Pamela Stephens
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Adair County Schools Press Release

It is with great heartbreak and sadness that Adair County Schools has learned that Alaina Adams, a Junior at Adair County High School, passed away Friday afternoon due to an automobile accident.

As a district, we send our condolences and prayers to Alaina’s family. Our prayers also go out to Alaina’s many friends and loved ones. We pray that God wraps his comforting arms around Alaina’s family and friends in their time of loss and grieving.

Adair County School’s Crisis Response Team, made up of trained counselors, will be on site at each school on Monday to talk with students, parents and staff as they process their grieving and loss.

Thank you for your support of our students and staff as we work together to cope with this tragedy. Please feel free to contact your child’s school if you feel that someone needs to check on or speak with your child.

Again our thoughts, prayers and condolences are extended to the Adams Family.

Shriner's help ACHS Student

Tuesday, May 15, 2018 The Mark Twain Shrine Club presented Pedro Plancarte, a student at Adair County High School with new tires for his wheelchair, which was in need of replacement.  Pedro sends many thanks to the Shriners for his new wheels.  The school district believes the Shriner’s is a wonderful organization that helps our kids in need and wishes to extend a huge thank you.

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2018-15-05 – Adair County High School Lobby, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY – Photo by Brook Beard
Pictured are (front row): Student Pedro Plancarte (back row) Dale Malone and Robert Flowers, Shriner’s

Mrs. Hayes 1st Grade Class at ACPC

Mrs. Hayes’ 1st grade class at ACPC has been studying text features and the importance of them in nonfiction texts. The class attended “medical” school and learned all about the text features. The students then were given 8 different patient files that contained people who needed “surgery”.  The students would read the patient file and determine what text feature was needed to make them better. They then had to perform surgery using nonfiction texts. After all the operations were completed, the students had to complete a post-op reports discussing the text feature transplant that was given and the purpose of the text feature when reading nonfiction texts. This was a very exciting, hands-on, real world activity that the students really got involved in. The activity was followed by an assessment that confirmed their knowledge of each text feature.

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