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Education

  • Woodland puts on 'Yes, Virginia' musical funded by Macy's

    Virginia O’Hanlon wrote a letter to The New York Sun in 1897 asking if Santa Claus was a myth or a real man. More than 100 years later, the letter still resonates with readers who like a little magic in their holidays. Students at Woodland Elementary School plan to share that magic with others.

  • HCS offers eighth-graders early look at careers

    Career fairs are a common event for high school and college students, but Hardin County Schools officials want students contemplating their futures years earlier.

    HCS hosted its second career fair for eighth-grade students Thursday to prepare the students for possible studies at the Early College and Career Center, which opens in August.

  • St. James sells former school building

    One of the former buildings of St. James Catholic Regional School has been sold.

    The former primary school building at 200 N. Miles St. in Elizabethtown was sold to DRM Living LLC.

    DRM Living previously was at 410 N. Mulberry St. in Elizabethtown. Representatives for the organization couldn’t be reached for comment.

    The school moved last year to a new building at 401 Robinbrooke Blvd. in Elizabethtown.

  • John Hardin Bulldogs take a timeout for storytime at Heartland

    In the midst of preparing for the state semifinal game with Bowling Green High School, seniors on the John Hardin High School football team spent time with their youngest fans.

    The seniors visited Heartland Elementary School this past week to read to students and talk with them about football and the importance of academic achievement. Members of the team have visited the school for the past several years, Head Coach Chad Lewis said.

  • Johnston named state Superintendent of the Year

    Nannette Johnston entered the board room Wednesday morning expecting to take a look at tables Hardin County Schools Central Office. The morning took a surprising turn from there.

    There were no tables; instead, her family and colleagues from across the community were waiting to celebrate a milestone in her career.

  • Nannette Johnston named Kentucky's top superintendent

    In a surprise ceremony today, Nannette Johnston, superintendent of Hardin County Schools, was recognized as the 2014 Kentucky Superintendent of the Year by the Kentucky Association of School Administrators.

    Based on that honor, Johnston will be nominated for the National Superintendent of the Year Award, to be announced by the American Association of School Administrators in February.

  • CHHS sweeps robotics regional

    After placing high in a national robotics competition, the Central Hardin High School teams have found success in their first entries in a another league.

    The three robotics teams at Central have qualified for the Vex Robotics state competition after winning multiple awards at a regional tournament Saturday at Boyle County High School.

  • ECTC band to host holiday concert

    Community members interested in taking in holiday tunes have the opportunity next week at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College.

    The college’s band, EleCTriC, hosts its holiday concert at 7 p.m. Dec. 3 at the Science Auditorium on campus. The band will perform pop, rock and jazz songs along with traditional holiday music. This is the third year the band has performed its own holiday concert.

    The concert is kid-friendly, band director Kevin Shank said.

  • Robbins takes on rare challenge

    When most new principals are hired, they walk into a position that comes with an existing student body, staff and building. If it’s a new school, they at least have an existing school model with which to work.

    Dan Robbins has none of those things.

  • HCS to host American Education Week event

    Several schools in the Hardin County district will host presentations or displays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Towne Mall in Elizabethtown for American Education Week.

    American Education Week celebrates the work of students, teachers and the community, according to an HCS news release.

    Schools that have created displays are Lakewood, New Highland, Howevalley, Rineyville, Creekside, Vine Grove, Woodland and Heartland elementaries, North, James T. Alton and East Hardin middle schools, plus John Hardin and North Hardin high schools.