DCPS - Kids First!
News and announcements from the DCPS district and schools
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Lucas Vilorio - FRYSC Award
DCPS welcomes Veterans/Active Service
DCPS FAFSA Information Meetings
KEAT Candidate Forum
AHS at 50 Celebration
AES to host Eagle Family Night
WLES Pumpkin Donation
BMS Second Chance Breakfast
High Attendance Day 2018
BES - Hats for Hey Day
EVES Peace Bridge
AES receives 1,000 books
DCPS National Merit Semifinalists
SES School Garden
EVES Guys in Ties
Hammons Ironman World Championship
DCHS to present 'Fools'
TES Welcomes Honor Flight
DCPS sponsors CACFP evening meals
AHS student memorizes 100 digits of Pi
DCPS students earn AP Scholar honors
2018 DCPS Kids First Awards
DCPS strengthens supports for students, staff
DCHS students at Young Leaders Academy
Dr. Tom Payne
Dr. Tom Payne, a lifelong educator dedicated to the needs of families through education, earned his doctorate in education from Vanderbilt University. He retired from DCPS in 2009 and joined the Board in 2015. He and his wife Amy have three children and are also foster parents.
Dale Stewart has worked in education for 39 years, serving the students of DCPS for 29 years. He was named Kentucky High School Principal of the Year in 1997 and 2001. He has a Rank I from WKU and has served as a director at a local bank since 1997. He joined the Board in 2017. He and his wife Jane have three children and four grandchildren.
Mr. Frank G. Riney, III
Mr. Riney has served as a member of the DCPS Board of Education since 1977. He earned a bachelor of science degree in accounting from Brescia College and is retired from Hartz Construction Co. Mr. Riney and his wife Moggie have five children and three grandchildren.
Todd Anderson is the senior vice president at Assured Partners and has served on boards of many community service organizations. He has a business degree from Western Kentucky University and earned certification as a Certified Insurance Counselor in 1991. He joined the DCPS Board in 2017. He and his wife Joy have two children.
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United Way Campaign 2018
County to College
Whitesville Elementary School
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