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The ACHS Family and Consumer Science Dept. and FCCLA recently held a food drive to benefit JOY Ministries. In total, Mrs. Vanessa Burton's classes collected 757 cans and boxes of food to help JOY with its their pantry.  ACES Academic Team:  2017 14th Region Champions. Third graders at Adair County Elementary School learned hip-hop, ballet, and tap dances Friday, Feb. 17 at the school’s third annual Leaders in the Arts program. ACHS' HOSA Club is recognized for adding more than 50 names to the Kentucky Organ Donor Registry. Adair County students at The Center for Rural Development in Somerset, Ky. for the 2016 STLP Regional Competition. Army veteran Larry Watson was the special guest of his four grandchildren at ACES’ recent “Thankful for Our Veterans” program.  Watson is pictured with Jayda Brown, Layla Roberts, Carson Brown, and Savannah Roberts. ACES students decorate pumpkins as their favorite book characters.  Pictured:  Emma Helm, Jordan Turner, Hallie Burton, Sarai Collins, and Rickie Franklin. The newly-opened Virtual Learning Center at ACHS presents students with a wide array of digital learning options. FFA students win first place at State Fair. ACPC students pose with six bikes donated by Columbia Masonic Lodge No. 96, to be given to three boys and three girls that finish the year with perfect attendance. Preston Burton, Evan Smith, and George Singleton III work together on a communication and team building project at ACMS. Ty Cundiff, Millie Brown, Kennedy Ray, and Emma Ellison assisted parents and students around the school Monday evening at Adair County Elementary's open house. ACHS football kicks off Aug. 19, but the squad has been preparing for the season for several months.  Pictured, from left, are head coach Clay Stephens, linebacker C.J. Rodgers, quarterback Chance Melton, and assistant coach Jared Radford. Jordan Grider shows Adair County Extension Agent Tony Rose the proper way to shoot a bow and arrow!


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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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High Attendance Day is Tomorrow (September 20, 2017) High Attendance

September 20, 2017 has been designated across Kentucky as High Attendance Day.  Research shows that a child's attendance may be the biggest factor influencing his/her academic success.  We hope to see every child at school on time tomorrow and everyday.  Every day counts!


ACHS Clubs Join Together to Help Hurricane Harvey Victims ACHS Students Donate to Hurricane Harvey Victims

Adair County High School clubs came together to assist those in need from the recent devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey.  ACHS Pep Club, National Honor Society/BETA Club, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes joined forces to combat the lack caused by the recent destruction in Texas. 

ACMS Teacher Attends KCSA Workshop

Deborah Hensley, 8th grade Adair County Middle School Science teacher attended the Kentucky Crushed Stone Association (KCSA) teacher's workshop.  The workshop provided lessons that were aligned to Kentucky standards.  Mrs. Hensley was one of the teachers featured in an article that appeared on the Kentucky Teacher website.  The article may be read at  http://www.kentuckyteacher.org/features/2017/09/going-beneath-the-surface-for-a-better-pd/.

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