Making Great Things Happen
About Our District
The Whitley County School District, established in 1818, serves students in preschool through grade 12. The schools include one primary, one intermediate, five elementary, one middle, one high and one alternative school. The district continues to grow and prosper bringing the latest technology, resources and facilites to our community.How Our District Ensures Educational Equity
We believe that ALL students can learn and that it is our responsibility to ensure ALL students acquire the skills necessary for them to function as productive citizens in the community. Therefore, we offer a diverse curriculum and provide a variety of services designed to meet the needs of ALL students, regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, poverty or disability. Test results are disaggregated into subgroups to highlight needed assistance and support. We coordinate comprehensive student support services through Extended School Services, Title 1, Special Education, Gifted/Talented, Family Resource/Youth Service Centers, alternative education, early childhood programs, adult/community education and dropout prevention. Classroom teachers regularly differentiate instruction based on the needs of individual learners. Our goal is to provide services that enhance and support student achievement in a safe, secure and nurturing environment for teaching and learning.