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Dear Parent/Guardian,

Carlisle County Schools and the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) greatly value your input and want to hear about your experience as a caregiver of a child with an Individual Education Program (IEP). We would like to know more about how your child’s school involves you in the special education services provided to your child.  The information you provide will give the KDE and Carlisle County Schools valuable data on how to improve parent and family engagement. All responses are anonymous and cannot be traced back to you or your child.

To collect your input, we ask that you complete a brief, online survey about your opportunity to provide input with your child’s special education services during the 2022-2023 school year.  The survey is available in English, Spanish and Arabic. Click on the following link and you will see the link to the survey at the top of the page.


Dustin Roberts, DOSE

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We are excited to announce that a new service through the Four Rivers Foundation will begin Friday November 11th here at Carlisle County Schools.  Dr. Alex Wright of Murray, KY will offer at on-site services to include physicals, treatment of acute illnesses and management of chronic conditions. He will be scheduled the second Friday of each month.  His goal is not to substitute a child’s primary care provider, but to offer services for any student especially those who do not have these resources currently available.

Please go to the “Forms and Links” section of our Carlisle County Schools website for complete details and the permission form for treatments if you are interested in your child participating in this service.

Carlisle County Superintendent Casey Henderson: “Being an educator is not just a job, but a calling to help others” Casey Henderson (above) began his new role as Carlisle County Schools’ superintendent on July 1. A Carlisle County native, Henderson decided to go into education because he always had a passion for helping children. Photo courtesy of Casey Henderson.
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Family Guide to the Kentucky Academic Standards

The Kentucky Academic Standards (KAS) Family Guides have been developed to help families familiarize themselves with the content of each grade level’s standards. Each guide contains a standards overview for Reading & Writing, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies.

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