Elizabethtown Independent Schools board of education approved a tax levy increase that will generate a 4 percent increase in revenue for the district.
When surveyed about alternative plans for graduation in April, the vast majority of members of the Hardin County Schools Class of 2020 desired to have a traditional graduation ceremony if possible.
Kentucky Wesleyan College, selected as one venue to host the Kentucky Arts Council’s traveling exhibit, opens the show “Native Reflections: Visual Art by American Indians of Kentucky” today in the Ralph Center for the Fine Arts on campus in Owensboro.
Steven Stack, Kentucky commissioner for public health, filed an emergency regulation Monday regarding COVID-19 reporting guidelines for schools.
After about 19 years, teachers in the Hardin County Schools and Elizabethtown Independent Schools districts continue to teach future generations of the terrorist attacks Sept. 11, 2001, on the United States.
Teachers and students are more than two weeks into the 2020 school year – somewhere starkly different from where school was about a year ago.
According to a news release, the USDA informed Hardin County Schools it will provide free lunch to all students in the district starting Tuesday through December.
Congressman Brett Guthrie has released a “2020 Virtual Academy Day” video to help 2nd District high school students learn more about the five U.S. service academies and the process to apply for a congressional nomination.
High school and middle school students at Fort Knox will begin learning at home next week as a safeguard against the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
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