District News

Over 300 Staff Members view 2015 Sundance Film Documentary, Most Likely to Succeed


During a Professional Growth Day on October 12, TCPS Staff had the opportunity to view the 2015 Sundance Film Festival documentary Most Likely to Succeed / U.S.A. (Director: Greg Whiteley), which is a feature-length documentary examining the collision of innovation with our nation's obsolete education system. The documentary follows students, teachers and concerned parents at High Tech High in southern California, which is attempting to rethink what it means to be an educated young adult prepared for the 21st century.  To learn more about this project and 21st century learning, visit the film’s website http://mltsfilm.org.

Art Exhibition Night

We would like to invite you to attend an art exhibition night at the Trigg County Middle School gym on December 4, 2015 from 5-7:30 p.m.  Click "Read More" for more information.

Beyond Measure
Help TCHS Win $100,000

Please go to celebratemydrive.com and vote once a day per email address and vote to win TCHS $100,000!!

2015 - 16 School Year Information

Start of School Information including New Student Registration, Open House Schedules for all schools, and School Supply Lists may be found in the following link:  2015-16 Start of School


Alternate Phone Numbers

Trigg County Public Schools is currently experiencing technical difficulty with our phone service.  Our main phone lines and faxes are currently inaccessible.  Please use the following alternate phone lines to contact us.


Central Office - 270-522-7782

Primary School - 270-522-6165

Intermediate School - 270-522-2234

Middle School - 270-522-2210

High School- 270-522-2224


2015 TCPS Retirees

Ten TCPS Staff Members are retiring this year.  Their contributions to our students, staff, and community are appreciated and they will all be missed.  We wish them well in their retirement.

Left to right are Kathy Hyde, Andrea Dunn, Jana Frazier Gullo, Darlene Francis, Marcy Simmons, Jeanne Boyd and Penny Everett.  Not shown is Ann Hiter, Ruth Herndon, and Madge Parrent.

Congratulations, ladies!

Trigg County Middle School Principal Selected

Mrs. Amy Breckel has been selected by the School Based Decision Making (SBDM) Council to serve as the new principal of Trigg County Middle School.

Click "read more" to read the full press release.

Seven Trigg County High School Students Selected for Summer Academies

Seven Trigg County High School students have been selected to participate in the GEAR UP Kentucky Summer Academies. The summer academies are 3-week enrichment programs on a university campus and are sponsored by the GEAR UP Kentucky 3.0 program.


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Arrow Cats Win National Title

Congratulations to the Arrowcats!

The Trigg County High School Arrowcats won the National Archery in the Schools (NASP) national tournament on Saturday in Louisville.


Continue reading for placements and scores!

TCHS Students Attend DECA National Conference

TCHS DECA had 19 students place in the top 3 at state competition and qualify to attend the DECA International Career Development Conference April 25-28, 2015.

TCMS Principal Selection Survey

Trigg County Middle School Site Based Decision Making Council is in the process of searching for a new principal.  The council is seeking your input through an online survey on the characteristics you believe to be the most critical for the new principal to possess.   The survey will remain open until 5:00 p.m., Monday, May 4, 2015.  You can access the survey by clicking the link below.


TCMS Principal Survey


If you prefer to complete a hard copy of the survey, then you may pick up a copy from the Trigg County Middle School office or the Trigg County Public Schools Central Office.

TCMS Teacher Recognized in the Kentucky Outstanding Civic Education Leadership Award

Trigg County Middle School teacher Denise Young was recognized in the Kentucky Outstanding Civic Education Leadership Award. 

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AARP Essay Contest Winner

Grandparents play an awesome role in the lives of their grandchildren. Jenna Visingardi thinks her Mamaw, Ms. Charlene Adair, definitely fits in the awesome category.  

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DECA State Conference Winners

Trigg County was represented well at the KY DECA State Career Development Conference held March 8-10, 2015. Of the 43 students who attended, 19 qualified and are planning on competing at the International Career Development Conference in Orlando, FL, April 24-29, 2015. 

Click "Read More" for full article and list of qualifing students!"

TCHS Powerlifters Finish 3rd at the 37th Annual State Meet

Congratulations to the Trigg County High School Powerlifters for finishing 3rd at the 37th Annual State Meet ... 

TCHS Arrowcats competed in the KHSAA Region 1 Archery Tournament

The Trigg County High School Arrowcats competed in the KHSAA Region 1 Archery Tournament at Graves Co High School on Saturday, Mar. 21st

Trigg County Arrowcats Qualify for Nationals

Congratulations to the Trigg County Arrowcats on their performance in the NASP Kentucky State Tournament in Louisville, KY.  The Trigg County High School Arrowcat Team placed 1st. Both the Elementary and Middle School teams placed 6th in the State.  All three teams are now qualified to attend the National Archery Tournament on May 7th-9th in Louisville, KY.   


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Operation Preparation 2015

Trigg County Public Schools is committed to ensuring our students have the 21st-century skills necessary to be college/career ready - the foundation for success in life.  But we need your help!

Operation Preparation Training

The Operation Preparation in person training at the TCBE for March 12th has been cancelled.  You may still attend one of the other in person trainings on March 6th (12:00-12:30), March 16th (3:30-4:00), or March 18th (12:00-12:30).  The training is also available on-line on our website under Links.  If you have any questions, please contact Cammie Evans or Beth Sumner.

Kentucky DAR Junior American Contest Winners

The following middle and high school students are state winners in the Kentucky Daughters of the American Revolution Junior American Contest.  They represented the local James Thomas Chapter of the DAR.  All of these winners will now advance to regional and national competition.

Creative Expression Poetry – 1st Place Lilly Ballenge – Middle School

Creative Expression Short Story – 1st Place Katelynn Johnson – Middle School

Creative Expression Short Story – 2nd Place Riley Stallons – Middle School

Creative Expression Short Story – 1st Place Benson Stallons – High School

Creative Expression Short Story – 2nd Place Matthew Skinner – High School


Dani Knight Achieves National Board Certification

Trigg County Middle School teacher, Dani Knight, recieved National Board Certification Click Here for more informaton.

Trigg County Arrowcars Winter Warm-Up Tournament Results

The Trigg County Arrowcats hosted the Winter Warm Up tournament this weekend in the High School Gym with approximately 500 archers participating.  The Arrowcats will travel to Murray High School next Saturday for the Reindeer Games and Graves Co. High School the following Saturday.  The next home tournament will the Arrowcat Classic on Jan. 23rd and 24th.


Individual Winners included:


Elementary Female:

McKenna Green 5th

Elementary Male:

Aiden Moore 5th

Josh Ingram 3rd

Dallas Ahart 2nd

Middle School Female:

Macy Mitchell 5th

Kara Southwood 4th

Addison Francis 2nd

Middle School Male:

Keenan Bush 5th

Wyatt Wagoner 3rd

High School Female:

Lora Lee Heady 4th

Kaila Cunningham 2nd

Sarah Shipley 1st

High School Male:

Clay Stevens 5th

Marshall Evans 3rd


Overall High Score for Female was Sarah Shipley with a score of 295.