At West Point Independent Schools board meeting Tuesday in the school library, Chairman Edward Moore choked back tears as he read off the action item to begin negotiations to merge with Hardin County Schools.
A parent satisfaction survey is online as a follow-up to the Hardin County Schools’ three-year strategic plan presented by Superintendent Teresa Morgan at the Decemeber school board meeting.
About 2:30 p.m., students at Woodland Elementary School in Radcliff may be looking forward to relax at home after a hard day of learning. But for a couple dozen of them, the work continues in the community.
As negotiations near for a potential merger of West Point Independent Schools and Hardin County Schools, the fate of West Point high school students who attend Elizabethtown High School could be up in the air.
The Central Kentucky Community Foundation will host a Scholarship Central Workshop on Tuesday at the Home of Philanthropy Community Hall at 200 Jim Owen Drive in Elizabethtown next to the Hardin County Public Library main branch.
A letter sent home today with West Point Independent School District students details opening negotiations to possibly merge with Hardin County Schools.
Hardin County Schools Superintendent Teresa Morgan presented the district’s three-year strategic plan last month to the Hardin County Board of Education at a board meeting, finalizing a plan after nearly a year of meetings with district administrators, classified staff, certified staff, p…
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