With the 2019-20 school year in full swing, leaders in the West Point Independent school district now are fully focused on instruction. School district leaders detailed different instructional practices Tuesday, during a monthly school board meeting.
A young Cardi B, T-Bo from the television show iCarly and a Bratz doll were just some of the outfits Elizabethtown High School students wore Monday during the beginning of the school’s homecoming week.
The LaRue County High School marching band faces different competition this year because of a change in the Kentucky Music Educators Association classification system.
West Point Independent School officials are looking to rebound after the Kentucky Department of Education labeled the school as a Comprehensive Support and Improvement for the second straight year.
While John Hardin did score a 17-14 win Friday night for their homecoming game against Louisville Valley, the game took a backseat to a halftime display of affection from one classmate to another.
After several schools were designated as needing to improve the academic performance of certain students, several schools have made progress, but area school district officials say there still is plenty of work to be done.
At approximately noon today, a domestic situation arose between two adults in the North Middle School parking lot that led to district officials contacting parents.
St. James Regional Catholic School students perform "I'm Yours" by Jason Mraz on Thursday at Central Kentucky Community Foundation's Celebrating Community Philanthropy luncheon. The ensemble was the featured entertainment for the event playing on instruments purchased with money raised on Ky…
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