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Candid photos of students - reading in classroom; reading in library Dads enjoy donuts for breakfast before school with their students Candid student photos - 3 little pigs project; working on chromebooks Simmons Chorus at the Versailles Tree Lighting Ceremony Student classroom candids - looking through a microscope; working on a project with iPads Students portray historical figures during Wax Museum Runners starting the Run 4 DC Students enjoy a festive lunch at the Snowflake Feast Students candids - with Valentine's Day props; soccer players; on the playground Kindergarten students at the Holiday Performance Students with their Chinese teacher Students learning a dance with an instructor Teacher and students participate in first annual Turkey Trot Candi photos of students - group project, using math manipulatives, high-fiving a teacher Students playing recorders Students in K-Kids Club display the 587 boxes of cake mix they collected. 5th grade students pose on the mall in front of the US Capitol building in Washington DC Group shot of staff wearing #TeamWoodford shirts. Academic team members, coaches, and their 2018 district and regional trophies. Author Marcia Thornton Jones speaks to Simmons students in the gym to kick off the reading of Champ for the latest installment of WoodfordReads. Students play violin during the Intermediate Holiday Performance Students on the climbing wall; playing life-size checkers during P.E. class Students who earned Top Dog honors for the month of April, 2018
Welcome to Woodford County Public Schools!

Simmons Elementary Misson Statement
Simmons Elementary strives to positively impact the future by preparing students to be responsible, hardworking, goal-oriented, and respectful individuals.  Our mission is to empower every child to perform at high academic levels of achievement according to measurable educational standards, providing consistent support, focusing on meaningful learning to meet the needs of every student through a safe, caring, and trusting environment.

Principal: Mrs. Tiffany Cook  Administrative Dean: Nick Schuerman

Front Office Manager: Dana McGowan Counselor: Sandy Dugan School Nurse: Hope Woodcock

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Welcome to 18-19, Bulldogs! 

Homeroom letters will be mailed the last week of July

18-19 School supply lists by grade level

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1st Grade

2nd Grade

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4th Grade

5th Grade

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Woodford County 3rd, 4th, & 5th grade students are invited to compete in THE BATTLE OF THE BOOKS!  Read these titles over the summer and YOU could compete for your school in the fall!  Click HERE to learn more.

The Wild Robot by Peter Brown

The Losers Club by Andrew Clements

The Matchstick Castle by Keir Graff

Wishtree by Katherine Applegate

Word of Mouse by James Paterson and Chris Grabenstein


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FREE SUMMER MEALS for children 18 and under, June 4-July 27
(closed July 2-6)

Breakfast: 8:30-9:30

Lunch: 11:30-12:30.

Every Wednesday is FREE Little Caesar's pizza day! 

Adult prices: $2 for breakfast, $3 for lunch. 

Please enter through rear door near the cafeteria.


 

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School News & Announcements

Back to School Night We can't wait to see you! Join us to meet your teacher, see your classroom, and drop off your school supplies. Read More
18-19 School Supply Lists Read More
School Supply Event 2018 School Supply Event 2018 Elementary students and families are invited to the 2018 School Supply Event at Simmons Elementary on July 26th from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm.
Battle of the books Woodford County Battle of the Books Woodford County 3rd, 4th, & 5th grade students are invited to compete in THE BATTLE OF THE BOOKS! Read the designated books over the summer and YOU could compete for your school in the fall! Read More
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Simmons Elementary

830 Tyrone Pike
Versailles, KY 40383

Phone: 859-879-4670
Fax: 859-873-6914