Posts by emmanuel.caulk@fayette.kyschools.us

FCPS Fantastic Start to the School Year

School is here!  This was  another exciting week in Fayette County Public Schools.  August 10th marked  the first day of...

Welcome to our New Family Members

This week, we welcomed our new classified and certified employees to the FCPS Family.  As we prepare for another successful...

Week-In-Review

Another great week in Fayette County!  This week, I had the pleasure of participating in the United Way’s “Night to Unite” event...

Mission Possible: Fayette superintendent Caulk assures leadership institute students are top priority

Against a backdrop of poignant movie clips and supportive data, Superintendent Manny Caulk assured colleagues in Fayette County Public Schools...

Junior Achievement “Adopt a School Breakfast”

It was truly an honor to offer remarks at the Junior Achievement Adopt a School Breakfast program.  As a strong...

“Talk with Caulk” Community Listening Sessions

Last week, I held “Talk with Caulk” Community Listening Sessions to hear directly from students, families, staff, and community members...

2016 FAME Awards

The annual FAME Awards program gives our graduating seniors a chance to thank an exceptional teacher, coach, counselor, mentor, or...

BMW Academy: A Call to Action “Brothers Reaching Brothers”

I must commend Dr. Roszalyn Akins and Dr. Roger Cleveland for putting forth this “Call to Action” to our community. ...

Black History Month: A Hero Comes Home

Fayette Count Public Schools celebrated Black History Month with a host of activities and events. The culminating event was the return of Ms. Helen Caise-Wade, who in 1955 was the first African American student to attend Fayette County Public Schools. Ms. Caise-Wade attended Lafayette High School and after 61 years she once again walked through the doors at LHS.