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Dear Pilot Families:
At Fulton County Schools, safety is always our number one priority. Still, we believe it is imperative that students get as much face to face instruction with the teachers as possible. We are striving to be back in school on September 9th. Governor Beshear and Commissioner Brown has given schools flexibility with their school calendars and instructional plans this year. Your student will receive 1,062 hours of instruction this year. As we are dealing with many uncertainties, I am confident that your child(ren) will be able to learn even if there are slight adjustments to the educational delivery. There are several avenues we are exploring for your student(s) to be safe and successful at school and at home.
There are several guidelines we must follow to keep everyone safe at school. We will follow the Governor’s “Healthy at School” guidelines to make sure we are doing what is necessary to keep our students, faculty, and staff members safe. Here are some proactive safety measures that Fulton County Schools will adhere to in the building and on the bus so that face to face instruction can continue to occur. These include:
Temperature checks before entering the schools.
Limit non-essential visitors into the building
Maintain a Social Distance of 6 feet
When 6 feet distancing cannot be maintained, faculty, staff, and students in grades 1-12 will be required to wear cloth face mask or coverings unless a medical waiver is given to school officials. (We encourage sending your child(ren) to school with one they are comfortable wearing.) We will provide masks for students who do not have one. As much as possible, we will do our best to limit masks times during the school day.
Daily cleaning and disinfection of all school facilities.
Recess and meals times will be staggered to promote distancing.
Continue to collaborate with local health department for guidance.
Fulton County Schools value our relationships and partnerships with our families and community friends.Our reopening school’s survey revealed some parents are not comfortable with sending their student(s) back to school.The survey also showed that paper packet was the best delivery method for students’ learning during nontraditional instruction (NTI).We understand your concerns and have listened to them!We are working diligently to develop instructional alternatives to help your child receive the quality education (s)he deserves.
The 20–21 school year will look different from previous school years, but Pilots are known for maneuvering through difficult conditions.As “lead Pilot,” I ask for your support to help navigate our schools safely towards our vision of Proficiency, Positive Relationships and Pilot Pride.
PaTrice T. Chambers
Patrice T. Chambers, Acting Superintendent
Fulton County Schools
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- FCEMS Learning Compact
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Families are asked to complete the following steps as soon as possible.
An Important Immunization Update for our families to know: Immunization Letter
Elementary substitutes needed for Fulton County Schools. A minimum of 64 college hours and GPA of 2.45 required, $90 a day. Apply at
In order for an application to be considered complete, the following must be included:
3 Letters of Recommendation
If you are unable to upload these documents you may deliver or mail them to the
Fulton County Board of Education ATTN: Human Resources at 2780 Moscow Ave, Hickman KY. 42050
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