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NCS HOMEBASE RELEASE ncs release

Local schools' websites will be officially LIVE at 5PM TODAY! We appreciate your feedback over the past few weeks on how we can continually strengthen our communication to keep you informed and connected.

 

We look forward to continuing to connect with you in the days and weeks ahead. Visit WelcomeBackNCS.com for a sneak peek & personal tour of our school websites.

 

AUGUST 12 FAMILY MESSAGE AUGUST 12 PARENT MESSAGE

Please visit welcomebackncs.com for a return to school update from The Nelson County Schools. More details to come in the week ahead.

NCS SAFE SCHOOL SAFE SCHOOL TEAMS

Learn more about how our Safe School teams are working together to prepare for your return: bit.ly/schoolsafetyteams

 

We Heart NC.

NCS VIRTUAL LEARNING VISION DIRECTOROFINNOVATION

Learn more about our plans for virtual learning experiences from our Director of Innovation, Kelsey Berryman by clicking here: bit.ly/ncsvirtuallearning

 

We Heart NC.

LISTENING TO OUR FAMILIES LISTENINGTOOURFAMILIES

We have enjoyed connecting with your family this past week and have learned so much through our conversations. Hear more from our district and school community members by clicking here: bit.ly/ncsfamilyconnect

 

Visit welcomebackncs.com for more specific details concerning family communication, student learning options & safe school guidelines. 

 

We ❤️  NC. 

CONNECTING WITH YOUR FAMILY welcomeback

Our family mailing will be arriving in mailboxes across Nelson County this weekend. Learn more about our initial plans for the 2020 school year by clicking here

 

Visit Welcomebackncs.com for more specific details concerning family communication, student learning options, and safe school guidelines.

NCS SAFE SCHOOL CALENDAR UPDATE safe schools calendar

 

The Nelson County Schools has adopted a revised Safe School Start Calendar for 2020-2021. The revised calendar allows for an additional two weeks of staff training in order to meet the Healthy at School Guidelines from the state of Kentucky. The first day of school for all students is Tuesday, August 25th, 2020. We are excited to welcome you back!  

 

Expect more information about our return to school and an updated calendar in a district-wide mailing that will be shared this Friday.

 

Click here for a full link to our calendar.

NPOSSIBLE END OF YEAR CELEBRATION & RECAP ENDOFYEAR CELEBRATION

Click here bit.ly/ncsntiupdate513 for our end of year celebration and recap!  

 

Visit NCSNTIDAYS.COM for more on Summer of NPowerment Resources. 

 

Thank you for a great year!

2020 GRADUATION INFORMATION save the date

Class of 2020 Families & Students, 

We are excited to announce our commencement dates for both Nelson County High School and Thomas Nelson High School. See the “Save the Date” below for details. 

More detailed information will be shared with parents and students regarding time slots for your family through the mail this coming Friday, May 15th and during Cap & Gown Pick-Up on Friday, May 29th. 

We are excited to partner with you during the weeks ahead as we celebrate with you and your family. 

NCS NTI LEARNING WEEKEND UPDATE PUT PEOPLE FIRST

Click here bit.ly/ncsntiupdate424 for the NCS weekend update to learn more about the powerful work occurring across our community of schools. 

We are grateful for you!

2019-2020 CALENDAR UPDATE calendar update

Click here bit.ly/ncsntiupdate422 to learn about our revised end of the year calendar for The Nelson County Schools. 


For a more detailed calendar please click here.

NCS NTI LEARNING COVID-19 WEEKEND UPDATE NCPRIDE

Happy Friday NC Families, 

 

Click here bit.ly/ncsntiupdate417  to learn more about a potential timeline for end of the year decision making, Wellness Wednesdays, and how you can connect with us next week at thecommunitybrewlive.com

 

Please visit NCSNTIDAYS.COM for ongoing updates across the district. 


We HEART NC!


 

Year long search brings Monnett to Nelson County High School BEN MONNNETT

After nearly a year of searching for a permanent principal of Nelson County High School, Superintendent Wes Bradley announced that the NCHS SBDM unanimously hired Ben Monnett as the permanent principal beginning July 1st, 2020. 

 

“I am proud of the hard work and patience from the NCHS site based decision making team throughout the nearly year long process. To be honest, I’m not sure we could have found a better fit anywhere in the state of Kentucky. I’m just really excited for the students, teachers, and families in our community. In the end, I think we found the best candidate to lead NCHS. Mr. Monnett was clearly a stand out and brings a good deal of success throughout his life that I expect to fully carry forward in his leadership at NCHS.”

 

An educator since 2013, Monnett has worked in various roles that have allowed for extensive learning.  “I’m honored and humbled to have been chosen to serve as the next principal at Nelson County High School.  To have the opportunity to lead a school with such a rich tradition as NCHS is a once in a lifetime opportunity.  I look forward to joining the students, staff, and community in continuing to build upon this tradition and creating a legacy we can all take pride in.” Monnett added. 

COVID-19 COMMUNITY UPDATE PUT PEOPLE FIRST

The caretaking and safety of our community through the COVID-19 health crisis is and will continue to be our number one priority. As COVID-19 health concerns emerge across our community we will make necessary changes to protect our employees, students, and families. When important changes occur our goal is to provide timely information. Please take a moment to learn about a change we are making this week to protect our community. 

UPDATE ON COVID-19 SCHOOL CLOSING PUT PEOPLE FIRST

Update on COVID-19 school closing and NCS District priorities for extended distance learning. More information to follow.

 

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NCS COMMUNITY RESPONSE TO COVID-19 PUT PEOPLE FIRST

Greetings families & community members,

Please take a moment to review this letter from The Nelson County Schools  regarding our district community response to COVID-19 and the potential for school closings across the state of Kentucky. 

This letter will provide information regarding: 

  1. State health department recommendations for our schools

  2. Potential long-term implementation of Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) days

  3. Frequently asked questions and and current responses (backpage)

Read more by clicking here.