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    Congratulations to the following schools for achieving local, state and national recognition!

     US Green Ribbon Schools

    Fayette County Public Schools is the only KY district who has hosted a national Green Ribbon School since the program began in 2012.  To be a national Green Ribbon School, a K12 school must demonstrate excellence in three pillars:

    • Reduce environmental impact and costs
    • Improve the health and wellness of students and staff
    • Provide environmental education, which teaches many disciplines, and is especially good at effectively incorporating STEM, civic skills and green career pathways

    2012 - Rosa Parks Elementary

    2013 - Locust Trace AgriScience Center

    2014 - Wellington Elementary

    2015 - Bryan Station Middle

    2016 - Russell Cave Elementary

    2017 - Morton Middle (Carla Trisko)

    2018 - Meadowthorpe Elementary (Tammy Drury)

    2019- Tates Creek Elementary School (Lindsay Ames, Therese Morris) 

     

    2019 Sustainability + Wellness Scorecard Champions

    Academy for Leadership at Millcreek (Kristin Witt)

    Sustainability Literacy- Top Elementary

    Environmental Impact- Top Elementary

    Overall Sustainability + Wellness 3-Pillar Champion

    Cardinal Valley Elementary (Adonya Boyle)

    Sustainability Literacy- Top Elementary

    Wellness- Top Elementary

    Environmental Impact- Top Elementary

    Overall Sustainability +  Wellness 3-Pillar Champion

    Garrett Morgan Elementary (Jennifer Reams)

    Wellness- Top Elementary

    Environmental Impact- Top Elementary

    Overall Sustainability + Wellness 3-Pillar Champion

    William Wells Brown Elementary (Kim Sword)

    Overall Sustainability + Wellness 3-Pillar Champion

    SCAPA Bluegrass (Ashlie Arkwright, Julie Moore)

    Sustainability Literacy- Top Middle School

    Wellness- Top Middle School

    Overall Sustainability + Wellness 3-Pillar Champion

    Lafayette High School (Laurel Regnier)

    Sustainability Literacy- Top High School

    Wellness- Top High School

    Overall Sustainability + Wellness 3-Pillar Champion

    Henry Clay High School (Tim Bailie, Matt Logsdon)

    Environmental Impact- Top High School

    Morton Middle School (Carla Trisko)

    Environmental Impact—Top Middle School

     

     

    Sustainability Literacy

    Wellness

    Environmental Impact

     Top 10%tree

    Cardinal Valley

    Jessie Clark

    Lafayette

    Millcreek

    Morton

    SCAPA

    Cardinal Valley

    Garrett Morgan

    Jessie Clark

    Lafayette

    SCAPA

    Veterans Park

    Cardinal Valley

    Edythe J. Hayes

    Garrett Morgan

    Henry Clay

    Millcreek

    Morton

     Top 20%

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    Cassidy

    Deep Springs

    Garrett Morgan

    Mary Todd

    Tates Creek Elementary

    William Wells Brown

    Breckinridge

    Cassidy

    Maxwell

    Millcreek

    Tates Creek High

    William Wells Brown

    Crawford

    Frederick Douglass

    SCAPA

    Tates Creek High

    Veterans Park

    William Wells Brown

     Top 30%blossom

    Bryan Station High

    Henry Clay

    The Learning Center

    Meadowthorpe

    Tates Creek High

    Sandersville

    Glendover

    Henry Clay

    Mary Todd

    Russell Cave

    Sandersville

    Wellington

    Bryan Station Middle

    Deep Springs

    Garden Springs

    Lafayette

    Jessie Clark

    Mary Todd

     

    KGHS

    KY Green & Healthy Schools is a project-based program that uses the entire school building and grounds as a learning laboratory for students.  To become a KGHS School, schools must complete an exhaustive inventory in one of 9 categories, then design & implement a school improvement project based on their investigation, questioning and passions.

    Over 35 FCPS schools are participating in KGHS and have reached one of four participation levels: Candidate School, School in Progress, School Under Development and official KY Green & Healthy School.

    2019 National NEED Jr Level Youth Award: SCAPA Bluegrass, Ashlie Arkwright

    2019 KY Green & Healthy School: Millcreek Elementary, Kristin Witt

    2019 KY Green & Healthy School: Bryan Station High School, Leslie Campbell

    2018 KY Green & Healthy Schools Instructional Leadership Award + Water Award: Family Care Center, Sharla Gross 

    2018 KY Green & Healthy Schools Instructional Leadership Award: Academy for Leadership at Millcreek Elementary, Kristen Witt 

    2018 KY Green & Healthy Schools Instructional Leadership Award: Bryan Station High School, Leslie Campbell 

     

    Two FCPS schools have achieved Model KGHS status:

    2010 Henry Clay High School

    2016 Morton Middle School

     

     

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    2018 National KY NEED Jr Rookie of the Year: SCAPA Bluegrass, Ashlie Arkwright (award presenter: Tyler Cvitkovic, KY National Energy Education Development)