Carter G. Woodson Academy

Lexington, Kentucky

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  • STLP Regional Teams Make it to State!

    Our scholars participated at the STLP regionals competition on November 14 at UK. Out of 3 projects entered, all three made it to state! 

    Our scholars projects were a Language Instructional Video, Mathematics Music Video & Playlist and 3D Printing. The teams will participate in the State Competition at Rupp Arena in the Spring. 

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  • FFA Fundraiser 

    The CGWA FFA is taking orders for poinsettias until Friday, November 22nd! We have red, white, and Marble. They are $10.00 each and should be ready for pickup the week of Dec 9th. If you would like to order see an agriculture scholar or send your order by email to Jacob.ball@fayette.kyschools.us. Thank you for your support!

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  • Za’Rion Tompkins, DeMarcus Wilford, and Alton Yongbang are in the sixth grade Agriscience Exploration class.

    Agriculture program receives Rising Sun grant

    Carter G. Woodson Academy’s agriculture program, one of the newest in Fayette County Public Schools, has received a one-time Rising Sun grant of $5,000 from the Kentucky FFA Foundation. The funds will help students participate in leadership conferences, career development events, and other FFA opportunities.

    The money will also cover a classroom set of FFA jackets that students can wear to competitions. “Just to see Carter G. Woodson across the back of the jacket will be a huge source of pride for our students,” said ag teacher Jacob Ball. 

     

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  • Apply now for 2020-21 school year

    Applications for the 2020-21 school year at Carter G. Woodson Academy are now being accepted. All forms are due no later than Nov. 15.  Please read through the application carefully and reference the Frequently Asked Questions document as well.  

    2020-21 CGW application

    FAQ about applying to CGW

     

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  • Student accident insurance available

    Fayette County Public Schools does not provide medical coverage for accidents at school. Therefore families may want to consider purchasing student accident insurance, which is voluntary. If families do not have other insurance, these student plans are an option. If students do have other coverage, the optional plans can help with deductibles and copays. Options include:
    • At-school accident only
    • 24-hour accident only
    • Extended dental coverage
    • Football coverage 

    This link for Student Accident Insurance details and the application is also under the Families tab on the district homepage.
     
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