Student & Families
Feel free to browse around for numerous resources. Find information to communicate with teachers and parents, awards program information, homework links, and online resources that help support core class work. Remember to check for recent announcement updates to stay closely involved with your educational community. Have a great year !
Mr. Zellner has been in education at the middle and high school levels for 16 years. He holds an A.S. of Science in Education from Gordon College, a B.S. of Science in Education from Mercer University, and Master of Education...
Library & Media Services
Students at NGA have access to the same media center services as Pike County High School. In addition, the ELA teachers have built their own personal libraries in their classrooms for student use...
Welcome to Pike Primary School Nutrition! We are happy serve our students healthy and nutritious meals. Use the resources on this page to find the latest...
Welcome Parents! We are so glad you have found us. Throughout the web site you will find resources to help navigate your child's experience at Pike County's 9th Grade Academy...
Find information to communicate with your parents, awards program information, homework links, and online resources that help support core class work...
Volunteers play an important and valuable role at Pike County Schools. Students, teachers, staff, parents and the community benefit from the work of individuals like you who freely share their talents and resources...
Pike Ninth Grade Academy
Congratulations to our Bright Ideas grant winners, Mr. Clay Woerner and Ms. Cathy Partain. Mr. Woerner was awarded $940 from Southern Rivers Energy's Bright Ideas program to fund improvements to the Pirate Trail. Ms. Partain received $1000 to fund a Spanish library for her classroom. Congratulations to both winners, and thank you to Southern Rivers Energy for helping to make these great ideas a reality!
Pictured with our winners are Superintendent Michael Duncan, as well as Erin Cook, Josh Hendricks, and Kathryn Claxton, from Southern Rivers.
Proof of Residency
Parents/Guardians must provide proof of residency when students are in K, 3rd, 6th, and 9th grade or when there is a question concerning residency. We will not begin to collect these until the first week of school.
Acceptable Proofs of Residency are current (within 30 days) utility bills (power, propane, phone, water, cable/satellite, trash pickup), notarized lease, and rental agreement. Utility bills need to show your street address as receiving service and may not be over 30 days old. If you live with someone else, and the bills are in their name, they will need to come with you to fill out an Affidavit of Residence, bring two acceptable Proofs of Residence, and provide I.D.
You may send current proof of residency with your child beginning the first week of school. We will photocopy and give the originals back to your student. Or, feel free to bring them to the front office when school begins.