Parents

Published: 3/24/2014 8:50 AM

Kentucky parents are children’s first and most important teachers, and they are essential partners in the success of the state’s schools.

ParentInfo newsletter is an e-newsletter that goes out twice a month and provides education information and resources for a child's most important educator: you.  To sign up, click here or copy http://cms.education.ky.gov/formserv/?id=parentinfo into your browser.  To see recent issues of Parentinfo, click here, and scroll down to the Parentinfo newsletters.

 

 

About Schools and Districts

Kentucky has a total of 173 school districts and 1,233 schools. On this page, find contact information, school addresses, links to school websites and details about the academic performance of specific schools. Information about homeschooling also is available here. 

 

School Report Cards 

School and District Report Cards provide detailed information (including datasets) about each school and district, including test performance, teacher qualifications, student safety, awards, parent involvment and much more. 

Are You New to Kentucky?

Find information about enrollment and immunization requirements for Kentucky's public school systems.
 
Kentucky’s Unbridled Learning initiative includes the Kentucky Department of Education’s work around college and career readiness. Unbridled Learning includes assessment, accountability, school and district progress toward improvement and much more. 
 

Missing Piece of the Proficiency Puzzle

Get tips and ideas to help all children in your school succeed.
 

School-Based Decision Making

Kentucky’s school-based decision making councils provide parents with the opportunity to make decisions related to the day-to-day operations of their children’s schools.
Student Health Services
Find student health forms, information about immunizations and more on this page.
 
Parents can take a strong role in planning for their children’s future with the Individual Learning Plan. 
 

Exceptional Children

Kentucky's students with disabilities are supported through many state- and federal-level programs. Find data and other information on special education programs on this page.