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A familiar face is in a new position at Elizabethtown Community and Tech­nical College. Jerisia Lamons, the coll­ege’s career services director, has been hired as the school’s cultural diversity director.

What movie, coming out this Christmas season, do you want to see the most? Jumanji, Frozen 2, or Star Wars?

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Confusion about the role of the school board, lack of clarity about who leads the school district’s curriculum and instructional processes, outdated fiscal management policies and a recommendation the state manage the school district.

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Elizabethtown Independent Schools will have the same personal and real tax rates as last year but will collect more revenue from the previous year because of new and increased property values in the district.

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James Marshall was sitting down and eating Monday morning from a small cup of ice cream in the courtyard of the James S. Owen Building of Elizabethtown Community and Technical College. It was 40 minutes before his first class, a writing class, and he was nervous.

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When Vine Grove Elemen­tary School students walk into the school’s restrooms, they are greeted with messages such as “It takes a lot of courage to be who you are” and “Be the reason someone smiles today” written on the bathroom stalls and mirrors.

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Staff at Lincoln Trail Ele­men­tary and East Har­din Middle Schools believe outdoor classrooms would be beneficial to their new schools, which are slated to open August 2020. Rep­res­en­tatives from both schools made their pitch to Hardin County Board of Education members during the board’s …

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The LaRue County Board of Education is expected to vote on the 2019 proposed tax rates after a public hearing set for 7 p.m. Aug. 28 in the LaRue County High School media center.

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The Kentucky Department of Education is rolling out a new rating system to grade the academic performance of schools and their districts, KDE announ­ced this month.

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The West Point Board of Education officially accepted the resignation Tuesday of former superintendent Mickey Brangers who resigned last week after he accepted a math teaching position at Ballard High School in Louisville. Brangers had been superintendent of the school district since May 2014.