Clay Schools 5th worst in state

Clay Schools 5th worst in state

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Concerned Parent

Flat Lick, KY

#1 Nov 2, 2012
Wow....our school system has the distinguished honor of being the FIFTH WORST in the state of Kentucky. Under Doug Adams we were consistently ranked with some of the top elementary school's in the state. Under our current leadership we are going downhill.
It's time to replace the board members with the candidate of your choice and it's also time to replace Reecia Samples. Get out and vote Tuesday and let's improve our children's education! This has got to stop and stop now!
ABC123

East Bernstadt, KY

#2 Nov 2, 2012
There are 733 elementary schools in Kentucky. Paces Creek ranked 732 and Goose Rock 731. I think the board of Ed needs to re-evaluate their mission statement.....students will learn because of what WE do. Lol.....lol.....lol
Retired

Manchester, KY

#3 Nov 2, 2012
Concerned Parent wrote:
Wow....our school system has the distinguished honor of being the FIFTH WORST in the state of Kentucky. Under Doug Adams we were consistently ranked with some of the top elementary school's in the state. Under our current leadership we are going downhill.
It's time to replace the board members with the candidate of your choice and it's also time to replace Reecia Samples. Get out and vote Tuesday and let's improve our children's education! This has got to stop and stop now!
Reecia needs to stop hiring her friends as teachers, and start hiring people who would really work hard to try to bring the scores up. She hires people who are not certified to teach.
Wondering

London, KY

#4 Nov 3, 2012
Retired wrote:
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Reecia needs to stop hiring her friends as teachers, and start hiring people who would really work hard to try to bring the scores up. She hires people who are not certified to teach.
Is it really her or the principals who do the hiring. I've always heard its up to the principal (or their right hand person) if you get hired.
check it out

Manchester, KY

#5 Nov 3, 2012
Not all the schools did horrible! Manchester Ele. ranked 358 out of 733 elementary schools and had the highest scores in the county.
hacker backer

Somerset, KY

#6 Nov 3, 2012
check it out wrote:
Not all the schools did horrible! Manchester Ele. ranked 358 out of 733 elementary schools and had the highest scores in the county.
I can't believe manchester beat hacker.
check it out

Manchester, KY

#7 Nov 3, 2012
Believe it!! Check it out on kentucky.com
Kindergarten Education

East Bernstadt, KY

#8 Nov 3, 2012
check it out wrote:
Not all the schools did horrible! Manchester Ele. ranked 358 out of 733 elementary schools and had the highest scores in the county.
Manchester did perform better than the other schools in Clay County,but they didn't make the grade according to the Kentucky Department of Education. They received a status of needs improving, as dd the other schools.
oh yeah

Manchester, KY

#9 Nov 3, 2012
The were very very close to making the grade.......and I am sure they will be back on top again next year!! They have a staff and principal that works hard to make sure all kids get an education.
Scores

Flat Lick, KY

#10 Nov 3, 2012
Rock Bottom

Dallas, TX

#11 Nov 3, 2012
Wondering wrote:
<quoted text>Is it really her or the principals who do the hiring. I've always heard its up to the principal (or their right hand person) if you get hired.
The Supertendent and also the Principals at Paces Creek and Goose Rock needs to be replaced. Heads need to roll. Being rock bottom in state test is a disgrace.
curious

London, KY

#12 Nov 3, 2012
I know young people that have graduated from clay county high school that can't spell simple word's.That's shameful!How on earth did they grad?
heard that

London, KY

#13 Nov 3, 2012
Concerned Parent wrote:
Wow....our school system has the distinguished honor of being the FIFTH WORST in the state of Kentucky. Under Doug Adams we were consistently ranked with some of the top elementary school's in the state. Under our current leadership we are going downhill.
It's time to replace the board members with the candidate of your choice and it's also time to replace Reecia Samples. Get out and vote Tuesday and let's improve our children's education! This has got to stop and stop now!
Don't feel bad Knox Co. Didn't fair any better.
Yeh

Flat Lick, KY

#14 Nov 3, 2012
heard that wrote:
<quoted text>Don't feel bad Knox Co. Didn't fair any better.
Hulett's a phony, dresses like a pimp.
its about time

Pineville, KY

#15 Nov 3, 2012
Kindergarten Education wrote:
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Manchester did perform better than the other schools in Clay County,but they didn't make the grade according to the Kentucky Department of Education. They received a status of needs improving, as dd the other schools.
not nothing to brag about.why was the scores so secret when it was right on website...they got them a big old dinner catered to them anyway...
Teach Me

East Bernstadt, KY

#16 Nov 3, 2012
oh yeah wrote:
The were very very close to making the grade.......and I am sure they will be back on top again next year!! They have a staff and principal that works hard to make sure all kids get an education.
They were NOT very close to making the grade. Even though they had the highest score in the county, it is nothing to be proud of. You need to research the proficient and distinquised schools and see what other districts have scored.
wonderworks

Flat Lick, KY

#17 Nov 3, 2012
First and foremost Parents have to want more for their children than a first of the month check, the majority of parents in Clay County do not care about their children's education. Until we get parents who care the scores will never change. Teachers can't teach children who are unteachible.

You can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink.
SmartAss

Orangeburg, SC

#18 Nov 3, 2012
curious wrote:
I know young people that have graduated from clay county high school that can't spell simple word's.That's shameful!How on earth did they grad?
That's because they now mix the retards in with the regular children. They don't want anybody to be left out.
research

London, KY

#19 Nov 3, 2012
Teach Me wrote:
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They were NOT very close to making the grade. Even though they had the highest score in the county, it is nothing to be proud of. You need to research the proficient and distinquised schools and see what other districts have scored.
You need to look at the scores again...manchester beat the state in almost every area..
really

London, KY

#20 Nov 3, 2012
wonderworks wrote:
First and foremost Parents have to want more for their children than a first of the month check, the majority of parents in Clay County do not care about their children's education. Until we get parents who care the scores will never change. Teachers can't teach children who are unteachible.
You can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink.
I hope your not a teacher!

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