Pulaski County Schools Recognizes February as Gifted Education Month
February is recognized as gifted education month in the state of Kentucky. The proclamation of celebrating February as gifted education month is to raise awareness among legislators, parents of gifted students, leaders in our school systems, and community partners in education. Focusing attention on Gifted Education Month collectively enables us to work to make an impact on gifted education as we concentrate on meeting the needs of gifted students. On Tuesday, February 14, 2017, representatives from Pulaski County Schools Gifted Education Department including gifted students met with school board members and officials to proclaim the month of February as Gifted Education Month in Pulaski County Schools. Student Representatives are: Gavin Merrick, Burnside Elementary; Chloe Carpenter, Eubank Elementary; Madeline Peterson, Nancy Elementary; Keegan Measel, Northern Elementary; William Branscum, Oakhill Elementary; Abigail Wilson, Pulaski Elementary; Adam Edwards, Southern Elementary; Ana Muse, Shopville Elementary; Shelbie Black, Northern Middle School; Leah Hollis, Southern Middle School; Markus Wilson, Pulaski County High School; Bailey Pierce, Pulaski County High School; Ally June Vanhook, Southwestern High School, and Allie Patrick, Southwestern High School.