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Academic Performance
2022-2023 Kentucky Summative Assessment (KSA) Results for Crittenden County School District

Elementary Reading Elementary Math
23% Distinguished 16% Distinguished
32% Proficient 43% Proficient
Middle School Reading Middle School
21% Distinguished 12% Distinguished
34% Proficient 43% Proficient
High School Reading High School Math
13% Distinguished 5% Distinguished
26% Proficient 26% Proficient

More information can be found on the Kentucky School Report Card at

Crittenden County

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Public Relations

Public Relations Department

Tiffany Blazina, PR Director

PR Director Tiffany Blazina finds telling the unique and caring stories throughout the district the best part of her job! From Kindergarteners learning about forces of motion in laundry baskets to high school students recreating a crime scene and using their forensics knowledge to solve the case, Blazina strives to keep Rocket Nation informed and aware. 

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Crittenden County Rocket Foundation

As we all can agree, the face of education has changed a great deal over the years. One thing that has remained constant, however, is the heart of a Crittenden County graduate. As a Rocket graduate, you have shown impeccable work ethic, fortitude, and determination in setting and achieving your goals. Today, I know that you continue to display those same qualities as you better the community in which you reside. Our students need strong leaders and role models like yourselves to help them put their own goals and dreams into motion. 

Our goal for the Crittenden County Rocket Foundation is to raise $150,000 by January 1, 2022. Funds raised will be used to help our students achieve, specifically in the following ways:

  • Cover dual credit tuition and textbook costs for juniors and seniors

  • Aid with work ready certifications through pre-apprenticeships and industry certifications in auto, electrical, plumbing, carpentry, health sciences, information technology, and welding at the Caldwell Regional Career Center

  • Strengthen career readiness in career and technical education pathways in biomedical, computer science, agriculture, business/marketing, and family and consumer studies

  • Assist with tuition and textbook cost for our Senior Academy, a partnership with Madisonville Community College

  • Provide scholarship opportunities to colleges, universities, and trade schools

  • Further opportunities for OSHA certification at the Caldwell Regional Career Center and EMT certification through the Health Science Department at Madisonville Community College

Like yourselves, our students today have unique interests, needs, talents, and backgrounds. We know that taking on the mammoth task of getting a foundation off the ground will be challenging, but also we know that great things happen when our Rocket community comes together for the betterment of our students. That’s where we need your help. We are challenging you, yesterday’s high school and today’s community leaders, to be a part of the initial group to launch our dream of a Rocket Foundation. We also encourage you to see if your workplace considers company matches. 

Your tax deductible check can be mailed to the following address:

Crittenden County Board of Education 

C/O Diane Winters, Finance Officer

601 West Elm St.

Marion, KY  42064

Please put “CC Rocket Foundation” in the memo line, and  phone or email Tiffany Blazina with any questions or suggestions. From one Rocket to another, thank you for your consideration.

Notice of Nondiscrimination
Students, their families, employees and potential employees of Crittenden County Schools are hereby notified that the district does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, marital status, sex or disability in employment, vocational programs offerings, admissions criteria, or activities as set forth in compliance with federal and state statutes and regulations.