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E.P. Ward Elementary News

FES Assistant Principal Selection

Dear Flemingsburg Elementary Faculty, Staff, Parents and Community,

I am pleased to announce that Kristen Manning will be joining the administrative team at Flemingsburg Elementary as an assistant principal.

The SBDM and I believe Kristen will be an outstanding school leader who will contribute exceptional leadership and instructional skills as the school continues on the path to a school of distinction.  Kristen has taught at Flemingsburg Elementary for over 9 years.  She has taught in kindergarten, first grade, and third grade.  In addition, she represents FES on leadership committees both school level and district level.  I have worked with Kristen throughout her career and firmly believe we have chosen the best fit for Flemingsburg Elementary.  Please join me in welcoming Kristen in her new administrative position.

Angela Jackson, FES Principal

FES Principal Selection

Dear Flemingsburg Elementary Faculty, Staff, Parents and Community,

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the SBDM at Flemingsburg Elementary School for their work as they selected their new principal. The team provided great leadership throughout the selection process and ensured that the various stakeholders’ voices were heard and considered. The SBDM is comprised of 5 stakeholders from Flemingsburg Elementary School.

As superintendent it is with great pleasure to introduce Angie Jackson, the current Assistant Principal at Flemingsburg Elementary School, as the new principal. The SBDM and I believe Angie has met our goal of finding an exceptional school leader who will be a valuable, instructional leader and active member of the school community. Angie brings a wealth of experience to the principal’s chair and is well established at Flemingsburg Elementary School. Her experiences and leadership qualities will be a great asset to the school’s journey to becoming a school of distinction.

Please join me in congratulating Angie, the new principal of Flemingsburg Elementary School.

Brian K. Creasman

FCS Announces Positions

Fleming County Schools is excited to announce that Kristy Orem, a veteran teacher and coach, has been named District-wide Athletic Director. Kristy brings a wealth of experience as a teacher first, coach and mentor second. Furthermore, Kristy’s goal is to create the best academic and athletic program in Kentucky. Over Kristy’s coaching career she has established a student-focused program that is known throughout the Commonwealth. Kristy is fully focused on students, which is the essence of being an effective teacher, coach and athletic director.

Additionally, we would like to welcome Todd Watts to Fleming County High School. He will serve as the assistant principal for the 2015-2016 school year. Todd brings excellent instructional experiences and strategies, as well as, a focus on student success. He joins Stephanie Emmons, principal, and Sara Sexton, curriculum, instruction and assessment specialist. The three are great additions to the high school team. We are excited about the 2015-2016 school year at Fleming County High School.

Go Panthers!

Free Breakfast & Lunch for Students in 2015-2016!

Fleming County Schools today announced an amendment to its policy for serving meals to students under the National School Lunch Program for the 2015-2016 school year. All students will be served lunch/breakfast at no charge at the following sites:


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July Summer Feeding Menus

The July 2015 menus for the Summer Feeding Program may be accessed using the links below.

July Bag Lunch Menu

July Breakfast & Lunch Menu

July Calendar of Events

Click here to access the July 2015 Calendar of Events for Fleming County Schools.

FCS Summer Feeding Program

Fleming County Schools is pleased to announce our participation in the Summer Feeding Program.  The Summer Feeding Program will be located at Fleming County High School. Breakfast and lunch will be offered for football, girls’ and boys’ basketball, volleyball, and band camps. The district will also be serving the Fleming County Public Library programs and the Fleming County Extension Office programs, along with any child from 2 to 18 years old who would like to come to the site to eat. This is a huge benefit and service, not only to Fleming County Schools but to the greater Fleming County community. Any child from ages 2 to 18 years old will eat free at any of the open sites. This program is part of the Federal School Lunch Program and all costs will be reimbursed by the Federal Government. Plans are already underway to offer more lunch sites for Summer 2016, with the possibility of making the Summer Feeding Program mobile to reach more of the district’s and county’s youth.

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Fleming County Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, genetic information, national or ethnic origin, political affiliation, age or disabling condition in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.

The following people have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:

Title IX - Greg Emmons

Section 504 - Melissa James

211 West Water Street

Flemingsburg, KY 41041



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