Supporting Kentucky’s Military Youth

Supporting Kentucky’s Military Youth

Congratulations Fall 2023 Kentucky Purple Star Schools!

Breckinridge County High School
Breckinridge County High School
Central Hardin High School
Central Hardin High School
George Rogers Clark High School
George Rogers Clark High School
Morningside Elementary School
Morningside Elementary School
North Hardin Middle School
North Hardin Middle School
Trigg County Public Schools
Trigg County Public Schools
Todd Central High School
Todd Central High School
West Hardin Middle School
West Hardin Middle School
Heartland Elementary School
Heartland Elementary School
GC Burkhead Elementary School
GC Burkhead Elementary School
Boyle County High School
Boyle County High School
Breathitt County High School
Breathitt County High School
East Hardin Middle School
East Hardin Middle School

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Support Military Youth

Military youth may be affected by their family member’s service

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Increase School Involvement

Helps peer-to-peer engagement and encourages parents
and other community members involvement

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Provide a Caring School Environment

Trained liaisons provide support to students’, families and staff

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Improve Students’ Experience

Students’ receive social emotional and academic skills
necessary to be college-, workforce- and life-ready

How to become a Purple Star School?
It’s easy and inexpensive

Designate a trained point of contact (liaison) at the school
Host one annual military recognition event
Post resources for military families on the school’s website

How schools support Military-connected youth