Every school within the Marshall County school district has a Family Resource and Youth Service Center, and every single student and their families have access to them. FRYSC offices are willing to do “whatever it takes” to remove any non-academic learning barriers from a student’s life in order to enhance their success, both inside and outside the classroom.

FRYSC offices were created as part of the Kentucky Education Reform Act, and funded, in part, through grant monies by the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services. There are currently more than 850 centers statewide. And in today’s economic climate, FRYSC services are needed more than ever before as families battle rising inflation and financial-anxiety. The centers located at Marshall County Schools do an excellent job of providing students and families with their basic needs, along with helping give them a sense of additional security.