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Our schools and counselors are always happy to help. Feel free to contact them with any questions you may have. You can also call the Board office at 270-259-4011.

Caneyville Elementary, 270-879-4211
Email: Billie Wieland

Clarkson Elementary, 270-242-3061
Email: Angie Petty

Lawler Elementary, 270-259-9322
Email: Ali Clemons

Wilkey Elementary, 270-259-4058
Email: Jennifer Stikeleather

Grayson County Middle School
Email: Sahale Christian
Email: Nancy Sims

Grayson County High School
Email: Aggie Manion
Email: Diane Harned
Email: Kelsie Hughes



1. Proof of age – Upon enrollment for the first time in any elementary or secondary school, a student or student’s parent shall provide a copy of the student’s birth certificate.

2. A current Kentucky immunization certification form shall be on file within (2) two weeks of a student’s enrollment in school.

3. The preventive health care exam dated within 1 year prior to initial admission to school and shall be reported on the Preventive Student Health Care Form, KDESHS002, or an electronic medical record that includes all of the data equivalent to that on the Preventive Student Health Care Form.

4. Social Security Number is required before entering high school for KEES funding.

5. KRS 156.160 states all children entering at 3, 4, 5, or 6 years of age public preschool and Head Start or public school for the first time to have an eye examination by an optometrist or ophthalmologist no later than January 1 of the school year.

6. Must be 5 years of age on or before August 1 of the given school year.

7. KRS 156.160(i) requires a Dental Exam/Screening when a student enters kindergarten. The Dental Exam/Screening must be between January 1st and December 31st of the year the student enrolls in kindergarten.

Kindergarten Early Enrollment: Kindergarten students must be 5 years of age on or before August 1 of the given school year. If your child will not be five by August 1, but you’d like to enroll them in kindergarten early, please complete this Early Entrance Packet and return it to:

Carla Purcell, Grayson County Schools, PO Box 4009, Leitchfield, KY 42755

Or, you may also drop it by the Board of Education office at 790 Shaw Station Road in Leitchfield.


1. Must have a second preventive health care exam within one year prior to entering 6th grade (first exam was given upon initial admission to Kentucky schools) or within 30 days of enrollment.

2. A Kentucky Immunization Certificate is required within two weeks of enrollment showing all age-appropriate vaccines. This includes Tetanus/diphtheria/acellular pertussis (Tdap), meningococcal vaccine, the 2nd dose of varicella vaccine or physician proof of past varicella disease.


Amendments to the state law regarding immunization schedules (902 KAR 2:060) required for attending school took effect in the 2018-19 school year. There is a timing requirement for the vaccination schedule, so families should plan on an early start in order to be prepared for the upcoming school year.

  • All students in kindergarten through twelfth grade must show proof of having received two doses of Hepatitis A vaccine to attend school (doses are administered 6 months or more apart), and

  • Students 16 or older must show proof of having received two doses of Meningococcal ACWY vaccine (MenACWY) to attend school. However, if the first dose of MenACWY was received at age sixteen or older, the second dose is not required for school entry.

Parents and caregivers are encouraged to see their child’s medical provider or local health department as soon as possible regarding immunizations. Updated and current immunization certificates are to be submitted to the school before the start of the new school year.