DUE TO THE CONTINUED EXTREME TEMPERATURES, ALL ROWAN COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT ACTIVITIES – BOTH HOME AND AWAY, HAVE BEEN CANCELLED FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENTS.
Town Hall Meeting set for October 10, 2017, 6 PM at Rodburn Elementary School gymnasium
Kentucky is laying the preliminary groundwork to transition to state’s new accountability system over the next two years. School districts across the Commonwealth are already seeing changes in the 2016-2017 accountability scores for KPREP or Kentucky Performance Rating for Educational Progress.
The Rowan County Board of Education will accept sealed bids for surplus property until Monday, October 16, 2017 at 1 p.m.
The following dates and times are set for orientation of the following grades.
12th Grade– July 31st – 5:00-7:00
11th Grade– August 1st – 5:00-7:00
10th Grade– August 2nd – 5:00-7:00
9th Grade – August 3rd – 5:00-7:00
It is with heavy hearts that we remember Coach Keith Prater, who lost a courageous battle against leukemia. It can truly be said that he waged this battle the way he lived his life -- with dignity, with strength and with an unwavering faith. He will be missed and fondly remembered by so many people in this community and beyond.
For more about Coach Prater and the services to be held in his remembrance, go to: Coach Keith Prater.
Registration will be held on Friday, July 21, 2017 at the Rowan County Preschool Center.
ROWAN COUNTY SCHOOLS AND ST. CLAIRE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER WILL BE OFFERING FREE SPORTS PHYSICALS TO ANY STUDENT IN GRADES 2-12 ON Saturday, June 3rd
Kindergarten Academy: A summer program for incoming Kindergarten students to learn routines/procedures and practice readiness skills.
The Rowan County Senior High School Drama Department will be presenting "The Sound of Music" beginning April 27 and running through April 30.
A second registration date has been set and will be held on Friday, April 21, 2017 at Rowan County Schools’ Central Office at 415 W. Sun Street from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Nineteen members of the Rowan County Senior High School Class of 2017 will be graduating Summa Cum Laude, meaning they have maintained a GPA of 4.0 or greater during their four years at the high school.
RCMS Open house schedule
6th grade –August 7, 2017
From 5PM to 7PM
Start in the gym.
7th & 8th grades August 8, 2017
The Rowan County Schools Transportation Department was awarded the Gold Safety Award, a national award presented by Liberty Mutual Insurance in recognition of their dramatic improvements in safety during the 2016-2017 school year.
Click the link to see details about upcoming cheer events.
The links for Infinite Campus have changed.
Staff should use this link:
Parents and students wishing to access the portal should visit this one:
NOTE: If you receive an error message, logout of your account and redo, please choose District "Rowan" and log in again. Infinite Campus went through an update over the summer which is causing the error message. If you need further assistance, please contact your child’s school.
The Excellence in Teaching Awards are presented annually by Campbellsville University. White, Diedrichsen and Stafford were three of the 190 teachers that were recognized.
Check here to see what your child needs to succeed this fall at RCMS.
“The safety of our students is our number one priority in the Rowan County School District,” said Superintendent Marvin Moore. “I applaud the efforts of our faculty and staff and, most importantly, our students, who are coming to understand the effect that their behaviors and attitudes can have on their futures.”
Lucy Moore has been elected to the KHSAA Board of Control and will represent Regions 9-16.
District saves almost $560,000 to date
The 16th Region Cheerleading Champions of McBrayer clinched the 3rd Runner up Title at the State KAPOS Cheerleading Championship on Saturday December 16th at All Tech Arena.
Keith Prater's dedication to the game of baseball and to his players will be honored by the Cincinnati Reds on September 23, 2017.
On Saturday, December 16, the Rowan County Middle School cheerleaders traveled to the Alltech Arena in Lexington, KY to compete in the KAPOS Elementary and Middle School State cheerleading championship.
This initiative will help children from preschool through 5th grade learn about the importance of living a healthy lifestyle.
On Saturday, December 16, the Clearfield Elementary Cougar cheerleaders traveled to the Alltech Arena in Lexington, KY to compete in the KAPOS Elementary and Middle School State cheerleading championship.
Even though it was a cold and snowy day in Lexington, KY the Viking varsity cheerleaders were on FIRE Saturday in Alltech Arena as they WOW’d the crowd and captured an amazing FIFTH place finish at the 2017 KHSAA State Competitive cheer competition!
On Sunday Nov. 19 the McBrayer Cheerleaders won the Large Elementary Division of the KAPOS Competition.
They will advance to State on December 16th at Alltech Arena in Lexington, KY.
On Sunday, November 19th the Rowan County Middle School Cheerleaders won the small division of the K.A.P.O.S. Cheerleading Competition. They will advance to the state competition on December 16th at Alltech Arena in Lexington, KY.
As part of Rowan County’s elementary curriculum which is based on state and national health standards, “Students will demonstrate an understanding of the use and misuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.” Our elementary physical education teachers have been teaching the Too Good for Drugs lessons for several years.
Too Good for Drugs, is a prevention program designed to reduce the risk factors and enhance protective factors related to alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use. The program introduces and develops social and emotional skills for making healthy choices, building positive friendships, communicating effectively, and resisting peer pressure.
First day of school is August 10th. Click here to see the district calendar for the 2017-2018 school year.