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Mark Wells learned around 7:30 Monday evening that he will be John Hardin High School’s next principal.
“Coming (to John Hardin) a few days before its doors opened as a brand new teacher, I can’t even explain how special this is,” he said.
Wells is replacing Lynne Gibson, who retires June 30 after a 37-year career in education.
Hardin County Schools is hoping a new purchase will improve math achievement across the district in coming years.
The board of education approved the district’s purchase of a math intervention program from Scholastic at its monthly meeting Tuesday.
Elizabethtown Independent Schools is moving forward on two construction projects.
Freshman state Rep. Dean Schamore has learned much during his first six months in Frankfort, but for his next leadership lessons he’ll head to Charlottesville, Virginia.
Hardin County Schools high schoolers will be able to explore another new career pathway at the Early College and Career Center next fall. In addition to the newly added education pathway, students may opt for energy management.
St. Catharine College completed the search for a president by promoting from within.
Dr. Cindy Meyers Gnadinger, currently serving as provost, has been selected to serve as the eighth president in the college’s 84-year history.
Cherokee Daniel, Jayla Alston and Desirae Dennis sat Thursday afternoon outside under a tree by New Highland Elementary School eating ice cream.
“I’ve got a brain freeze,” Desirae, 7, said.
“I’ve got a face freeze,” Jayla, 8, challenged.
This time next year, Zachary Laux will be teaching English to students in Malaysia.
Budding journalists from local high schools earned several awards this year at the Kentucky High School Journalism Association contest for student newspapers, yearbooks and broadcasts.
The annual contest takes place virtually with schools submitting their entries online. The winning entries were announced on www.khsja.org.
After receiving the most “likes,” for a YouTube video, John Hardin High School will receive a check for $1,000 at Saturday’s Phillip Phillips concert at the Fort Knox Godman Army Airfield.
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