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The last day for Hardin County Schools students is May 27. While students are looking forward to summer break, scheduling already is in the works for the start of the 2016-17 school year.
Hardin County Schools will hire 21 nurses and three Medicaid clerks beginning next school year.
Hardin County Educational and Community Television, a division of Hardin County Schools, will live stream all four HCS graduation ceremonies on the Internet and local cable channels.
Elizabethtown High School is among the next cohort for AdvanceKentucky implementation.
Two local women will be in the running for scholarship money this spring and summer as the National Merit Scholarship Corp. announces winners in the coming weeks.
Although notified their employment contracts would not be renewed, 21 nurses working in Hardin County Schools still could retain their positions next fall.
Creekside Elementary School Assistant Principal Stacy Brawner is Hardin County Schools’ next director of elementary curriculum and instruction.
Six John Hardin High School students will see federal government in action at the nation’s capitol this summer.
Nearly 200 students walked across the stage Monday night during Elizabethtown Community and Technical College’s 51st graduation ceremony.
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