Larger than expected enrollment increased need for more positions
By Kelly Cantrall
Monday, August 27, 2012 at 5:00 am (Updated: August 27, 5:00 am)
The county schools district has added most of the new faculty it needed after an early enrollment boom.
Hardin County Schools has almost completed hiring nearly 20 new faculty members needed after the school year started with more students than expected.
HCS needed to hire 17 more teachers, as well as some instructional aides, when enrollment a few days into the school year hit 14,126 students, beyond the projected 13,820 students.
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