Owsley County PEAK Award

Owsley County PEAK Award

Kentucky School Advocate
June 2016 
Owsley County school district’s “Reducing Barriers in a Rural Kentucky High School” initiative earned KSBA’s 2016 spring PEAK (Public Education Achieves in Kentucky) Award. KSBA representatives presented the award to the district and heard an overview of the program during a ceremony at the high school last month.

Top photo: Pictured at the May 12 presentation are, from left, board member Scotty Combs, Superintendent Tim Bobrowski, KSBA Executive Director Mike Armstrong, KSBA Board President Allen Kennedy, Owsley board Chairwoman Joyce Campbell, board Vice-Chairwoman Fannie Couch, and board member Gary Deaton.

At right, Glenn Baker, community education director for Owsley County Schools, discusses some of the barriers the district has to overcome in helping its students achieve success.
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