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Education

  • EIS engineering program receives $21k

    Elizabethtown Independent Schools’ Project Lead The Way programs were presented with $21,000 Monday at the monthly school board meeting at Panther Academy.

    LG&E-KU provided $6,000 and Dow Corning donated $15,000 to the growing engineering program.

  • Summer open registration at ECTC May 27

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    Time to register for summer classes at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College is near.

  • ECTC faculty protests McCall's adviser status

    Some of the faculty at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College are not happy with Kentucky Community and Technical College System’s decision to pay its recently retired president a year’s salary to aid his successor.

  • Ernst honored for ExCEL Award

    Caleb Ernst said he never knows how to respond to those who ask when he knew he wanted to be a teacher.

    “The decision to spend my life teaching didn’t happen at any specific moment,” he said. “It happened over a lifetime and it happens every day.”

  • EarthFest kicks off at ECTC

    Felicia Toliver, director of cultural diversity at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, dressed Thursday in a costume of hundreds of plastic shopping bags.

  • ECTC offers Early Childhood Conference

    Elizabethtown Community and Technical College will host its ninth Early Childhood Conference this weekend.

    The conference, one of the largest of its kind in the state, is meant to help childcare providers and preschool teachers in the area gain developmentally appropriate practices to use to prepare young children and their families for school readiness success.

  • North Hardin selling greenhouse goods

    North Hardin High School’s agriculture department kicked off its greenhouse sales Monday following spring break.

    Students are selling flowers, vegetables and hanging baskets with wave petunias during extended school hours Monday through Friday. Items can be purchased from the greenhouse from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. said Kristin Hall, agriculture teacher.

  • Selling green

    Local high school agriculture departments are selling or preparing to sell fresh vegetables, plants, flowers, herbs and more in their greenhouses this month.

    Central Hardin High School’s sales begin Saturday. Students have planted and tended to a variety of vegetables, flowers and plants through the semester to begin selling to the community.

  • Robotics teams from Singapore visit EC3

    Today, elementary, middle, high school and college teams across the globe will begin competing in the 2015 VEX Robotics World Championships in Louisville.

  • North Hardin hosts worship event for area students

    High school students can experience a unique worship event Saturday.

    North Hardin High School’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes is hosting Impact, an event that brings young Christians together for a night of fellowship and worship in the school’s gym.