Carter County has established a reputation for excellence throughout the state. Over the past several years, hundreds of educators have come to our district to learn what they could do to provide better opportunities for students across the Commonwealth. Most of these visitors affirmed what we know to be true; our teachers and support staff are the best! The dedication and commitment to the success of the students in Carter County is evident in each of our schools.

Many changes are taking place in Kentucky's educational system. While the measures of success look different, our commitment to excellence is unchanged. We realize that a good education can make a world of difference. The Global Partnership for Education website contains the following quote, "Girls and boys who learn to read, write and count will provide a better future for their families and countries. With improved education, so many other areas are positively affected.  In short, education has the power to make the world a better place." What an awesome privilege and responsibility our employees have to work in a profession that can make such a positive difference.

 

Education is a partnership between students, parents, schools and community. Working together, we have the opportunity to impact the lives of our children.  According to research, "When schools, families, and community groups work together to support learning, children tend to do better in school, stay in school longer, and like school more." There are many opportunities to be involved in our children's education.  I urge you to find ways to participate in fulfilling our district's vision of being "The Standard of Excellence."

Ronnie Dotson, Superintendent

Carter County Schools, KY

Dr. Ronnie Dotson, Superintendent
Carter County Schools, KY
Dr. Ronnie Dotson, Superintendent
Carter County Schools, KY

Teacher Perception Survey

  • 95% of teachers believe they are held to high professional standards for delivering instruction.

  • 90% of teachers believe there is a shared vision between teachers and leadership.

  • 91% of teachers believe that Carter County Schools are a good place to work.