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Student Services

Charles Broughton
Director - CO

Ext:
charles.broughton@daviess.kyschools.us

 

Charles Broughton
Director of Student Services
Phone: (270) 852-7000, ext. 10338
Fax: (270) 852-7030

 

 

Scott Taylor
Diversity Equity and Inclusion Coordinator
DCPS Homeless Liaison
Foster Care Point of Contact

Phone:  (270) 852-7000, ext. 10228
Fax:  (270) 852-7030

Cindy Hudson
Secretary, Student Services
Phone:  (270) 852-7000, ext. 10222
Fax: (270) 852-7030

 

Fonda Nichols
Secretary, Student Services
Phone:  (270) 852-7000, ext. 10355
Fax: (270) 852-7030

 

Rhonda Welch
District Mental Health Coordinator
Phone:  (270) 852-7200, ext. 23103

 

Lori Buckby Reddish
Student Assistance Coordinator
Phone: (270) 852-7000, ext. 10566

 

Brittany Carmona
Student Assistance Coordinator
Phone:  (270) 852-7500, ext. 10565

 

JoLynn Chapman
Student Assistance Coordinator
Phone: (270) 852-7000, ext. 10564

 

Cori Douglas
Student Assistance Coordinator
Phone: (270) 852-7500, ext. 10562
 

Megan Houston
Student Assistance Coordinator
Phone: (270) 852-7100, ext. 13437

Diana Rumage
Student Assistance Coordinator
Phone: (270) 852-7100, ext. 13437

Christina Dalton
District Social Worker
Phone: (270) 852-7200, ext. 23111

 

 


 

Krissy Hutchason
District Social Worker
Phone: (270) 852-7000, ext. 23110

 

Christie Robinson
District Social Worker
Phone: (270) 852-7000, ext. 23111
Kelsey Taylor
District Social Worker
Phone: (270) 852-7000, ext. 10561
 
The Student Services department of Daviess County Public Schools is responsible for enrollment and attendance, monthly and end of year reports, growth factor reports, state reports and attendance audits, dropout reports, non-resident contracts, home school and homebound, as well as truancy, and neglect and abuse allegations.  Our office is the liaison with the court system, the court designated worker program, and the Cabinet for Social Services.

We are also responsible for behavior and discipline, the Student Discipline Code Handbook, suspensions and expulsions.  Our office generates the annual school calendar. 

We supervise the Student Assistance Program and the Guidance program.  We utilize a total of 30 school counselors, eight (8) student assistance coordinators, and four (4) district social workers to break down barriers so that more than 11,000 students can receive the best education possible. 

We consistently rank in the top 10 state school districts in attendance, and have a dropout rate of less than 1%.

Please refer to School Heath Department for more information on health services, Family Resource Youth Service Centers, and After School Program information.

IF YOU NEED A COPY OF YOUR HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT, CLICK HERE or CONTACT THE GUIDANCE OFFICE OF THE SCHOOL YOU GRADUATED FROM:
Apollo High School       270-852-7105
Heritage Park High School       270-852-7200
Daviess County High School       270-852-7305


**If you need copies of Special Needs records, please contact the Department of Special Services at (270) 852-7640

 

MCKINNEY-VENTO PROGRAM (HOMELESS EDUCATION INFORMATION):

  • We address the problems that homeless students face in enrolling, attending, and succeeding in school; and we aim to ensure that each one has equal access to the same free, appropriate public education, including preschool, as other children and youth. Homeless students should receive the educational and other services they need to meet the same challenging academic standards to which all students are held. In addition, homeless students may not be separated from the mainstream school environment. Our objectives include:
    • Identifying and enrolling homeless students;
    • Encouraging regular attendance and continuity in school;
    • Promoting academic achievement;
    • Providing transportation to school; and
    • Keeping open the lines of communication.

Click on the links below to access additional homeless educational materials:

 

FOSTER CARE EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION (Click on the links below to access material):

 

TRANSFER AND TUITION APPLICATIONS

Transfer and Tuition requests for the 2022-23 school year are no longer being accepted.  Students are required to register at the school assigned to the parent/legal guardian's address.  Transfer/Tuition applications for the 2023-24 school year will be accepted beginning March 1, 2023- June 1st, 2023.

CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW TO ACCESS THE FOLLOWING 2021-22 HANDBOOKS

2022-2023 DCPS Code of Conduct
2022-2023 Home Hospital Handbook

 
CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO ACCESS THE 2022-23 HOME SCHOOL NOTIFICATION FORM

 

 CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW TO ACCESS THE 2022-2023 SCHOOL CALENDARS

2022-2023 Dates to Remember

2022-2023 Make-Up Days

 

CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO ACCESS THE "UNDERSTANDING TRUANCY PROCEDURES" BROCHURE

Truancy Procedures Brochure

 
CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO ACCESS THE 2022-23 HANDBOOK FOR THE DCPS CENTER FOR ACADEMIC IMPROVEMENT.

 

CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO ACCESS THE "FULL TIME EMPLOYEE CHOICE STUDENT ENROLLMENT" OPTION FORM:

 Full-Time Employee Choice Student Enrollment Option form

 

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Daviess County Public Schools district prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, marital or parental status, political affiliations or beliefs, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, disability, or limitations related to pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions in its employment practices, educational programs and activities, and provides equal access to its facilities to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.