McCracken County High School

12:22 pm
Mon July 1, 2013

Inspectors Say McCracken County High School Is Safe


Building inspectors contracted through McCracken County Public Schools say concerns raised at last week’s school board meeting about the safety of the newly-completed McCracken County High School are without merit.

Bacon, Farmer and Workman Engineering and Testing Vice President Ronald Bacon said the school has passed a battery of tests.

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3:04 pm
Mon June 10, 2013

McCracken County High School Completes Administrative Team


McCracken County Public Schools has named Molly Goodman and Elaine Kay assistant principals for McCracken County High School, rounding out the new school's administrative staff.

Goodman and Kay have nearly three decades of experience between them in the McCracken County school system.

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3:28 pm
Tue April 23, 2013

McCracken County School Board Studies Safety Options For New High School

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The McCracken County school board says walk through metal detectors are not a feasible safety measure for the community's new high school. Supervising Student Resource Officer Larry Zacheretti researched the option when a when a school board member inquired into the possibility of using the metal detectors. Zacheretti said an efficient metal detector screens 350 people every hour. He said screening 1,800 people every morning is not feasible. But he is confident in the district's safety measures already in place.

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6:48 am
Wed December 26, 2012

New McCracken Co high school reaching naming rights deals


The new McCracken County High School has reached deals to sell naming rights to their gymnasium and on-campus field houses.  They’re also seeking sponsors willing to pay up to $200,000 to name the football stadium.

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1:53 pm
Mon December 24, 2012

Consolidated High School Seeking Sponsors

A new western Kentucky high school has reached deals to sell the naming rights to the gymnasium and on-campus field houses and is seeking sponsors willing to pay up to $200,000 to name the football stadium.

McCracken County High School —the merger of Heath, Lone Oak and Reidland high schools — wants a company to pay $200,000 spread out over 10 years for the rights to the football stadium.

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Highschool Sports
3:59 pm
Thu July 5, 2012

McCracken County High School Arena to be Named for Local Pharmacy

McCracken County Public Schools’ new consolidated high school has made a 10 year, $200,000 deal for the naming rights for its basketball arena. 

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2:54 pm
Wed June 20, 2012

High School Principal Seeks to Create Community

Pictured is an aerial rendering of the McCracken County consolidated high school.

Newly hired McCracken County High School Principal Michael Ceglinski says one of his goals is creating a sense of community at the county’s consolidated high school. 

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Morning Cram
9:39 am
Tue June 19, 2012

the morning cram [all the single fellas edition]

NPR reports more and more dad's are going it alone, choosing to be single fathers.

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