“We’ve got another box!” Christian May, a junior at North Hardin Classical School in Radcliff, would periodically announce Friday morning in the gymnasium of the school,
Jessica Taylor, who has served as a special education teacher for six years in Hardin County Schools, has been named the district’s new director of special education.
More than 30 colleges and universities in more than 10 states were represented Thursday inside Charlie Rawlings Memorial Gymnasium as Elizabethtown High School seniors participated in a Decision Day ceremony.
Whether their plan is to enter the work force, attend trade school, join the military, or attend a college or university after graduation, seniors at John Hardin High School were applauded Tuesday morning during a Decision Day celebration.
Te’Andra Parker, an eighth-grade social studies teacher at North Middle School, has been selected as the Kentucky winner in the National Citizenship Education Teachers Award Program from the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States.
The Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence has partnered with 11 Kentucky educators for its 2021 cohort of Teacher Fellows, including Jami Reynolds, a Bluegrass Middle School teacher.
A majority of the students in Hardin County Schools have returned to in-person classes. This also means a return to certain projects and activities that had to be postponed or canceled because of the pandemic.
Elizabethtown Community and Technical College and the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers are celebrating rookies in advanced manufacturing and the companies that are hiring them.
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