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Traveling along north U.S. 31W, drivers enter Meade County before returning to Hardin County in the quaint town of West Point.
In a school district with one building, 135 students and 26 employees, it doesn’t take long to get to know everyone.
Laura Beth Hayes has learned in her 13 years of teaching that there’s a lot more to school than what can be seen.
In the last 33 years, work has not been a job for Nannette Johnston, but more of a lifestyle.
North Hardin Christian School will take over operations of Elizabethtown Christian Academy when school releases for Christmas break Friday.
Karen Ward has spent more time inside a school than most people. Her parents both were educators, so Ward said she spent a lot of time during the summer and after classes at school.
Jaime Blanc said if not for her strong relationship with Jesus, she wouldn’t be able to teach every day.
Education is like a family business for Laura Beth Hayes.
Coming from a family of teachers, choosing that profession was a no brainer.
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