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  • The Mission of Hopkins County Schools
    is to unite as one team
    to learn and inspire.

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Central Office Hours

  • The Central Office is open from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays.

    The Central Office will be closed on Thursday, April 4, and Friday, April 5, 2024.

Announcements

  • Sealed bids will be received at the Hopkins County Board of Education, 320 South Seminary Street, Madisonville, KY 42431, until 9:30 a.m., Thursday, April 25, 2024, for the replacement and installation of Cat 6 cabling at West Hopkins School, 2695 Rabbit Ridge Road, Nebo, KY 42441. This bid will also include cable trays, j hooks, some Panduit replacement, testing, termination, and removal of old cabling. Please provide as much line item specifics as possible, example: parts, labor, removing old cable etc.

    For More Information:

    West Hopkins School Network Cabling Bid Invitation

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  • Hopkins County Schools is seeking nominations for the 2023-2024 Teacher of the Year and Employee of the Year awards.

    Teacher of the Year nominees must have a minimum of three years teaching experience. The Teachers of the Year will be selected in the categories of Elementary (P-5), Middle (6-8) and Secondary (9-12).

    Categories for Employee of the Year nominations are: Administrator of the Year, eligible nominees would include principals, assistant principals, central office administrators, and guidance counselors; Classified Support Services, eligible nominees would include instructional assistants who work in a classroom setting to enhance student achievement and Family Resource employees who provide student needs throughout the district; Facilities Management, eligible employees would include all custodians and district maintenance staff; Food Service, eligible nominees would include all cafeteria employees, cafeteria managers and district food service employees; Transportation, eligible nominees would include bus drivers, bus monitors, vehicle maintenance staff and district employees; Secretary of the Year, eligible employees would include all school secretaries; and Central Office Employee of the Year, eligible employees would include all central office staff.

    Nominations will be accepted through the close of business, 4 p.m. Friday, May 24, 2024. Online nomination forms are available at the following links:

    Teacher of the Year

    Employee of the Year

    A printable form is available at the following link. It should be mailed to Employee of the Year, Hopkins County Schools, 320 S. Seminary Street, Madisonville, KY 42431. Attention: Crystal Carlton.

    Employee of the Year Nomination Form (pdf)

     

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  • Deadline for School Volunteer Applications

    Hopkins County Schools appreciates and values all volunteers in our schools! Please be aware that the application and approval process for new school volunteers may take up to 30 days for state and district staff to complete. Because of this time frame, the deadline for submitting an application to become a volunteer this school year will be Friday, April 12, 2024. If you want to volunteer for end-of-the-year activities or trips, please submit your application if you haven’t already done so. For more information and links to required forms, visit https://www.hopkins.kyschools.us/Page/16492.

    Thank you!

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  • Information on the start and end times for each of our schools for 2023-2024 is available at the following link: https://www.hopkins.kyschools.us/Page/16484.

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Remember Your Why Award

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    Hopkins County Schools wants to recognize employees and students for good deeds and kindness shown to others. Remember Your Why Award winners may be nominated by any district stakeholder, including staff, students, parents, and community members. The nomination form is available at www.hopkins.kyschools.us/RememberYourWhy.

Spotlight

  • Lauren Oldham, an instructional assistant at Pride Elementary, received the Remember Your Why Award during the Board of Education 4 people, one holding a certificate, stand in front of desk meeting on Monday. She was monitoring the students during lunch on a recent day, when one student began choking. She sprang into action, assessed the situation, helped the student stand up, and then performed the Heimlich maneuver to dislodge food from his airway. She saved this student’s life! Even during her daily responsibilities, Mrs. Lauren is considered “an absolute treasure to have on staff.” She is always willing to help anyone with any task! Pride Elementary is blessed to have her as part of the Falcon family.

    When asked her “why,” Oldham said, “My why is because not all kids get to go to a great home life, so while they are at school, I want them to feel safe and loved.”

     

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  • Sarah Todd, a CIA in the autism classroom at Hanson Elementary School, was presented with the Remember Your Why Award at the Feb. 5 people, one holding a certificate, stand in front of desk 20 Board of Education meeting. Ms. Sarah goes above and beyond to help her students. She greets her students getting off the bus in the morning, prepares the daily schedule, and works with students outside of the regular classroom setting. She shows up everyday with a smile on her face and loves her students!  You can always find Ms. Sarah sharing a hug or working with our Hanson Hunters!

    Todd said that her “why” is “to see my kids learn and grow.”

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  • Madisonville North Hopkins High School student Blaine Luckett was presented with the Remember Your Why Award at the Jan. 29 BoardFive people stand together in front of table including boy in jrotc uniform of Education meeting. Blaine has demonstrated amazing leadership skills throughout his time at the school, setting an example of hard work and kindness to others. As a member of the MNHHS JROTC, he encourages and builds up other cadets in the program. He recently took the initiative to help a man who had fallen when leaving school. While there were other students around, Blaine dropped all his belongings to check on this man. He helped him to his feet and into a vehicle that was picking him up. Blaine always puts others first! 

    Blaine explained his “why,” by saying, “I choose to put others first and show kindness because you never know what they are going through in their life.”

     

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