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Principal's Message

Welcome to Keavy Elementary, home of the Bluejays. It is our mission to promote life-long learners of all students in a safe and loving environment. The staff here at Keavy is a dedicated group of professionals that are working hard each and every day to support student growth academically, socially, and emotionally. We are a Distinguished school and are very proud of our accomplishments. I encourage family and community involvement in our school. We have a very active PTO that ...
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Laurel County Schools Statement on Copy-Cat Threats

Copy-Cat Threat Statement



Read Across America

Spirit week
February 26-March 2


Monday-Pajama Day

Based on the, Sleep Book by Dr. Seuss

                                                           Tuesday-Hat Day

Based on the Book, The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss

Wednesday-Wacky Wednesday

 Wear your clothes mis-matched, backwards, or inside out. Also, wear your hair wacky.

Based on the book, Wacky Wednesday by Dr. Seuss

Thursday-Dress as your favorite Dr. Seuss Character

Friday- Wear your favorite color from head to toe

Based on the book, My Many Colored Days  by Dr. Seuss


Congratulations to Our Academic Team

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academic team

We are so proud of our academic team!  Keavy won 3rd place in their tournament on February 10th. Trenton Rawlins had the top math score in the whole county on that day.  We are so proud of Trenton.

 The following students will be competing at the Regional Tournament in the following areas: Trenton Rawlins- Math & Science,  Emma Singleton- Social Studies & Language Arts,  Kyler Murray - Social Studies, Kenlea Murray-Language Arts, Addie Baker- Language Arts, & Megan McWilliams-Written Composition.  On behalf of Keavy Elementary, thank you Kim Smith for doing such a great job with this team. Good luck to everyone.  Go Bluejays! 

Kindergarten Enrollment

Kindergarten Enrollment Information

Preschool Registration Information

Preschool Registration Information

Keavy's Christmas Program was a huge Success



Thank you to our Creative Arts teacher Ms. Hamblin for creating & directing a very touching Christmas Program. Thank you students for your hard work.

Please click read more to watch videos of some of the performances.


Keavy Students Say Thank You to Sponsors


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Keavy Elementary would like to thank our sponsors Greene McCowan CPA and Cumberland Valley National Bank for their donations.  Our students have been reading to earn points to reach the 100 point club.  Once they earn the points, students will receive a superhero reading t-shirt.  Thank you to our students for reading and thank you to our sponsors Greene McCowan CPA and Cumberland Valley National Bank for sponsoring the t-shirts and supporting our students at Keavy Elementary. 

School Spelling Bee Champs will go on to the District Bee

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Nora Clark (winner) and Mallie Johnson (1st runner up) will advance to the district spelling bee.  Congratulations to both students.  We are so proud of you.  We know you will represent Keavy well!

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School Spelling Bee Participants (front row left to right):  Megan McWilliams, Ethan May, Felicity Lanham, Nora Clark.  Back row left to right: Landon Sowders, Landon Combs, Mallie Johnson and Courtney Asher.  We are so proud of our school spelling bee participants. 


Vote For Books AR challenge


During the month of November each classroom competed in an AR competition.  Students dropped a vote in a bag each time they passed an AR test.  The class with the most votes won a polar express party!  We also had a 2nd winner which was the class with the most AR points during the month of November.  Congratuations to Ms. Sizemore's 5th grade class for having the most points and Congratulations to Mrs. Singleton's 1st grade class for having the most votes. 

Thank you Veterans for your service


On behalf of all of Keavy Elementary, thank you Veterans for your service and protection.  Thank you for allowing us to honor you at our special event directed by Ms. Hamblin and performed by all of our Keavy Students.  Click on read more to see photos and vidoes. Also, more images and videos will be added soon so be sure and check again. 

Family Art Night

Family Art night was a huge success.  Thanks to Miss Hamblin and all the students and parents that participated. 

family art night

family art night

Red Ribbon Week & Halloween

Thank you to our Guidance Counselor Mrs. Strunk and FRC for making Red Ribbon Week a success and a top priority for our school.

red ribbon week

Students enjoyed listening to Pharmacist, Robert Goforth talk about drug safety.  He is with the program called, Project Darius. 

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Camoflauge Day During Red Ribbon Week

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Twinning during Camo Day


Blue Jay Bash #1

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Our first Bluejay Bash was a success and laughter was all around!  Thank you everyone for the hard work you put into this event to recognize the achievements of our staff and students during the month of September

AR Grade Level Challenge....Battle of the Books!

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The class in each grade level who had the most points in the month of September won an in-school sock hop and pop and popcorn party. Classes also had to maintain an 85% grade point average. Congratulations to the following classes who won this challenge: 

Kindergarten:  Mrs. Vorbeck's class

1st Grade:  Mrs. Singleton's Class

2nd Grade:  Mrs. Smith's class

3rd Grade:  Mrs. Engle's class

4th grade:  Mrs. Taylor's Class

5th Grade:  Mrs. Sizemore's Class

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Student's in Mrs. Mitchell's 2nd grade class create their own Jackson Pollock Inspired Piece of Painting in Art Class.  They are using sticks, spoons, and pencils as Paint Brushes. 












Got Slime???....Keavy Does


Keavy students met their goal of spirit card sales and as a result they were able to slime some of our faculty.  Thank you to all students and staff who sold spirit cards and made this day possible.  All proceeds from the spirit card sales will go toward our school.  Thank you PTO for making all of this possible and for all your hard work as well. 






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book worm

Accelerated Reader Challenge

We are having a grade level AR challenge which means each grade level will compete to see who gets the most points.  The challenge will end on September 28th.  The class in each grade level with the most points and at least an 85% average will get an in-school sock hop on September 29th.  Good luck to every class.  Please visit the library and take AR tests as often as possible. 



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Solar Eclipse Fun

tracing shadows

tracing shadows

4th grade students are having a blast tracing their shadows before the 2017 Solar Eclipse occurs

Open House Fun at Keavy Elementary

open house

open house

open house


Attention Parents and Guardians/Morning Drop off and afternon pick up times

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Morning drop off is from 7:35 to 8:15 

Afternoon pick up is from 3:10 to 3:30

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Great Turn out At Keavy's Summer Reading

The summer reading program has been a great success this summer.  We have had a great turn out and a lot of parental involvement.  The last day for summer reading is Thursday, June 15. 
















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