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Senior Parents: PROJECT GRADUATION INFO

PARENT/GUARDIAN OF A SENIOR: Preparations for the 2017 Woodford County High School Project Graduation are well underway. We are grateful to live in a community where parents, organizations, businesses, and individuals support our students in many ways.  Through Project Graduation, students may celebrate with their classmates following commencement in a safe, alcohol-free, and drug-free environment.  We are pleased that Falling Springs will once again host our class of approximately 266 students and parent chaperones to provide an excellent location for all of the food, fun, games and prizes that we have planned for each and every senior.  It's our guarantee that no one leaves hungry!  And no one leaves without prizes! 


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Juniors: Next DC Payment due February 10th

JUNIORS: the next DC payment is due February 10th. If you do not make this deadline you will lose your deposit and spot on the bus. THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS.


Seniors: Balfour Back on Thursday, Jan. 26!

SENIORS: BALFOUR will be BACK for Cap and Gown Orders on Thursday, Jan. 26 during lunches.


Students taking AP Courses need to register for AP Exams immediately!

Students enrolled in AP courses need to register for AP exams immediately. Payment for all exams is due by February 28th. The website for registration is user.totalregistration.net/AP/182602 .  Please see Miss Best or Ms. Simmons, in guidance, for assistance. 


School in Session for Feb. 20th- President's Day

Due to the cancellation of school today, 1/5/17, school will now be in session on Presidents’ Day, Monday, February 20th, 2017.  That is our first scheduled make-up day.  If you have any questions, please let me know.  


Important Information Regarding Wind Chill Delays and Closings

How Does the Wind Chill Affect School Being Delayed or Closed?

During the winter months several factors come into play that could delay the start of school or cause school to be  closed all together. One such factor is the wind chill on a given day. On particularly cold mornings we continuously monitor the National Weather Service and closely monitor the weather conditions. There are two possible scenarios that come from the National Weather Service: a Wind Chill Advisory and a Wind Chill Warning. The National Weather Service in Louisville, KY defines the two as the following:

  • Wind Chill Advisory: Wind Chills between -10 and -24 degrees and at least a wind of 10 MPH or more.
  • Wind Chill Warning: Wind Chills -25 degrees and below with at least a wind of 10 MPH or more.

When the National Weather Service issues a Wind Chill Warning for Woodford County for the time the school day begins, we will make a decision to close schools.  It is quite likely we will make this type of decision on the morning of the day in question as it is hard to predict what the wind chill will be the night before.  If there is a Wind Chill Advisory for the county, schools will likely be open unless there are operational problems with the bus fleet or mechanical problem in the school buildings.  Buildings and the bus fleet are assessed in the morning prior to school by 6:00 am.


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