The role of many of the bus drivers around the county has changed in the last few weeks.
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Reading books is not only a great way to pass the time at home, it’s also central to learning. Locals are trying to read stories for children at home on online platforms.
Hardin County Schools discontinued breakfast hour service during the district’s extended break resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, but still will offer a morning meal for its at-home student population.
Hardin County Schools announced this morning in a social media post that beginning Tuesday it will no longer serve breakfast or deliver breakfast from 7:30 to 9 a.m. during the district's extended break for the COVID-19 pandemic.
While students in all grade levels work during the non-traditional instruction days, preschool teachers face unique challenges with the youngest school group.
According to population estimates and percentages from the United States Census Bureau website, there are about 27,000 people in Hardin County younger than 18 years old.
Hardin County Schools Board of Education conducted their regular meeting Thursday night, this time with at least six feet between each other.
Though Fort Knox Community Schools announced they will offer free grab-and-go breakfast and lunch for all children ages birth to 18 beginning Monday, meals were served Wednesday through Friday last week as post leaders led the way.
An unusually sparse Elizabethtown Independent School board meeting was held Monday night with board members sitting in different chairs around the room to maintain proper distance as a result of COVID-19.
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