Among almost 15,000 students within the Hardin County Schools district, 25 are homeless or in inadequate housing situations.
The Greater Knox Coding Academy at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College is accepting applications for its second session, which starts Feb. 16 in a new learning space.
Since the spring, support professionals, which include secretaries, classroom aides, cafeteria workers, maintenance workers, bus drivers and other support positions, have been working in and out of both school districts to keep a variety of services running.
Elizabethtown Independent, LaRue County and Hardin County schools students will continue with virtual instruction through next week as COVID-19 cases continue to rise locally.
Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence named several Kentucky public schools as educational “bright spots,” including two schools in Hardin County Schools.
In addition to its school sites, Hardin County Schools will have food available for its students at 25 locations throughout the county starting Wednesday.
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