Elizabethtown Community and Technical College has started a parent and family association for students’ family members who want to learn more about the college and how they can help their scholars, according to a news release.
Sixth-grade students from eight local schools gather this weekend at St. James Catholic Regional School for the 2019 Kentucky Colonels Sixth Grade Showcase.
Gov. Matt Bevin has appointed five people to serve on the board of directors at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College. The appointments are:
After getting focus group feedback from more than 1,000 students, alumni, teachers, parents, administrators and community members over the past year, Hardin County Schools has started developing a strategic plan for the district’s future.
It’s been about seven years since students at St. James Catholic Regional School fully moved to a new building on Robinbrooke Boulevard in Elizabethtown.
Helmwood Heights and Morningside elementary schools have begun implementing a teaching strategy called station teaching that has students in a classroom being separated into smaller groups and rotated around various stations.
St. James Catholic Regional School this week celebrates Discover Catholic Schools Week by welcoming the community to visit the school and learn firsthand what a Catholic education can provide to students and families.
When Michael “Todd” Edlin was taking English 101 at Elizabethtown Community College as a freshman in 1984, he realized the importance of education. Edlin recalled sitting next to a “biker” student, a burly man with a long scraggly beard who Edlin described as intimidating. Edlin said during …
Kali Buchanan, career and professional development services program coordinator for Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, said career services have been a huge passion of hers for a long time.
As the school day began Monday at Radcliff Elementary, dozens of veterans accompanied by their school-aged relatives packed the cafeteria for breakfast as part of the school’s Veterans Day celebration.
Hardin County Schools has established a committee comprised of staff, parents, a Board of Education member and community members to bring a proposed 2020-21 school calendar to the Hardin County Board of Education.
- PREP FOOTBALL: Elizabethtown players say determination, camaraderie keyed 1969 state football championship
- E’town to discuss new businesses
- Radcliff lights Santa Claus Lane tonight
- Deadline to submit articles for Hardin County history book looms
- Bowl for Kids’ sake kicked off Thursday
- Lights go on in White Mills despite weekend rain
- PREP BASKETBALL: Hoops classic Saturday at E’town and Central Hardin
- GIRLS’ BASKETBALL: Taylor edges Lady Eagles