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Knox County R-I High School

Knox County High School offers many programs for students to learn trades and be successful in all their endeavors. Below are just a few of those programs.

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    Knox County R-I High School

    Knox County High School offers many programs for students to learn trades and be successful in all their endeavors. Below are just a few of those programs.

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    Knox County High School Counseling Page

    Check out Mrs. Parrish's website for all your scholarship, A+ and Financial Aid Info in one place!

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    Green's Workshop

    We love the opportunity to try something new and challenging. Check out his website at https://kcmetalfab.weebly.com

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    KC Print Shop

    The Print Shop has a vinyl cutter, Glow Forge machine, T-shirt press, 3D Printer and a wide format printer. Students are allowed to make projects for their classes.

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    Knox County High School Counseling Page

    Check out Mrs. Parrish's website for all your scholarship, A+ and Financial Aid Info in one place!

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    Green's Workshop

    We love the opportunity to try something new and challenging. Check out his website at https://kcmetalfab.weebly.com

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    KC Print Shop

    The Print Shop has a vinyl cutter, Glow Forge machine, T-shirt press, 3D Printer and a wide format printer. Students are allowed to make projects for their classes.

Spotlight

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Spotlighting the Jack-Of-All-Trades at Knox County R-1, Mr. Rich Green. He came to teach at Knox in 2014. He has worked on many, many projects since arriving. Check out his website at https://kcmetalfab.weebly.com/ Thank you, Mr. Green!

- Rich Green, Industrial Tech Teacher

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Spotlighting MS Math Teacher, Mrs. Mandi Delaney. Mrs. Delaney is dedicated to our students, caregivers, staff, and community. She's the first one to offer support and often times the last one to leave the building for the day. Thank you, Mrs. Delaney!

- Mandi Delaney, MS Math

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Spotlighting our Elementary Principal, Mrs. Melissa Vannoy. Mrs. Vannoy taught at KCES for several years before moving over to Principal in 2018. "You can achieve anything that you put your mind to. The world is out there for the taking, all you have to do is have a dream and work for it."

- Melissa Vannoy, Elementary Principal