Floyd County Schools receives PEAK Award
Kentucky School Advocate
The Kentucky School Boards Association recognized Floyd County Schools with the Fall 2019 PEAK Award during a ceremony at the district’s Central Office. Floyd County won the award for its Literacy, Lunch and Learning program, which combines educational opportunities with its summer feeding program. For more on the program, read the online article
in the December Kentucky School Advocate online.
KSBA Executive Director Kerri Schelling presents the Fall 2019 PEAK Award to Floyd County Schools representatives. Pictured are (from left): Dale Pack, school nutrition director; Kim Grubb, early childhood education consultant; Danny Adkins, superintendent; Dr. Chandra Varia, board member; Linda Gearheart, board member; Sherry Robinson, board chairwoman; William “Jr.” Newsome, board vice chairman; Schelling; and Randy Reno, young adult/adult programmer for the Floyd County Library.
Photo 2: During the award ceremony, Schelling thanked board members, administrators and staff for their efforts to help combat student hunger and the summer slide.