SCAPA at Bluegrass

Lexington, Kentucky

School for the Creative and Performing Arts

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District Announcements

  • Tax increase: The public hearing on the proposed 5-cent property tax increase starts at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday July 18 in Conference Room C of district offices, 701 E. Main St. The school board will vote immediately afterward on the tax, which would fund the district’s Comprehensive 10-Point Safety Investment Plan.

    Redistricting: Our newest elementary school, at 4801 Athens Boonesboro Rd., will open in the fall of 2019. The board's School Zoning Committee is working out the details this summer, and its meetings are open to the public. Visit for updates.


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School Announcements

  • Save the Date!!!


    Our annual Cruise into SCAPA night is scheduled for Thursday, August 9, 2018.

    • Forms and Fees

    • Grade Level Meetings

    • Food Trucks

    • Fun and Games

    • More to be Announced Later......



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  • Green Tree

    Congratulations to SCAPA Bluegrass on being a TreeRing Green Yearbook School! Since we sold 178 yearbooks, TreeRing's partner, Trees for the Future, will be planting that many trees in our school's name.



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  • Required Summer Reading Lists (Summer 2018)!!


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  • “Find A Book, Kentucky” for Summer Reading!

    During the summer months, the challenge of keeping students reading sometimes increases. Research has shown that students who do not read consistently over the summer can lose momentum in maintaining the progress they made during the school year; this phenomenon is known as the “summer slide.”

    To encourage children and families to read independently throughout the summer, MetaMetrics—an educational research group—offers the FREE, research-based tool “Find a Book, Kentucky” to help students create a personalized reading list and then locate those books at the nearest library or bookseller.

    Ready to get started?

    • Download the two page flyer (Flyer).
    • Visit “Find a Book, Kentucky.”
    1. Go to
    2. Enter the child’s Lexile measure or grade level.
    3. Pick books that match the reader’s interests.
    4. View and refine the search results.


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