Kimper Elementary has the following vision: "Everyone Successful Everyday". It is our mission at Kimper Elementary to educate the whole child and provide an environment where every student is successful everyday.
"Everyone Successful Everyday."
Kimper Elementary is a K-8 school with approximately 150 students enrolled. It is located in Pike County, KY just outside of Pikeville. The feeder High School is Pike Central High. The school is surrounded by the beautiful mountains of Appalachia and the community is rich with the warm appeal of its people.
The school offers an excellent academic program in both primary and upper grades (as evidenced by state test scores), and a caring faculty / staff. Basic courses are enriched by extra classes including Art, PE, Algebra, Library Media Education and Guidance. The school also has the Family Resource and Youth Services Center (FRYSC), Title I, a Special Needs program and a Speech Pathologist.
Students who choose a sport or club may play girls and boys basketball, join Cheerleading, the volleyball team or compete in the area of technology with the STLP club. Parents can keep in touch with their child's progress with the use of Infinite Campus - Parent Portal: https://infinitecampus.pike.kyschools.us/campus/portal/pike.jsp
Members of the Site Based Council are: Michael Griffith (principal), Suzanne Preece (teacher), Molly McCoy (teacher), Crystal Varney (teacher), Terry Thacker (parent) and Kayla Daniels (parent).