The Gold Standard in Education; The Foundation of Our Community.

McKell Elementary Bulldogs
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Daniel Gullett, Principal
28978 US 23 HWY
South Shore, KY

McKell Elementary Home

Please fill out this NTI parent survey for each child at McKell Elementary.

Welcome to McKell Elementary School

McKell Elementary is located in the rolling hills of northeastern Kentucky along U.S. 23 in South Shore, Kentucky. We enroll approximately 475 students in grades pre-K through 5th, and employ a staff of 60. We offer services that range from addressing the needs of gifted to those at-risk. Elective course offerings include: media, technology, guidance, physical education, art and music.

Kids Place is an affordable after school program for students of working parents. It is open from 3:00 to 6:00 and offers homework help. 21st Century is another after school option, offering assistance with academics and enrichment opportunities. The family youth service center is dedicated to removing non-academic barriers by offering a unique blend of programs. Students in need receive help with school supplies, clothing & dental care.

We have established a number of collaborative relationships throughout the community. The Mason’s donate items to promote academic achievement and assist with attendance incentives. Shawnee University provides a local pool of future educators. We work with their student teachers and practicum students. The Greenup 4H staff assists students with entries at the county fair and facilitates public speaking projects at school. The Kentucky Department of Wildlife sends a forest ranger to engage students on topics associated with social studies and science. We employ two part time staff through Americorp and the ACTC ready to work program.

Our Vision: “TEAM”, Together Everyone Accomplishes More.

Our Mission: Students will graduate from McKell Elementary with the skills necessary for middle school as they journey towards college and career readiness.

Values:

1. A safe learning environment

2. An engaging classroom that meets the academic and social needs of every individual.

3. 21st Century skills

4. Partnerships with our stakeholders

MES Policies

Policies adopted by the site based decision making council and/or board of education. These policies may also be found in front of student planners.

Student Handbook

Upcoming Events

Jun
15

Board Meeting

Mon Jun 15 2020
Jul
27

Board Meeting

Mon Jul 27 2020
Aug
24

Board Meeting

Mon Aug 24 2020
Sep
28

Board Meeting

Mon Sep 28 2020
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