Early intervention as a child was key for Kentucky Milken Educator Award winner Buskill

With Charlotte Buskill's mother, grandmother and two sisters all educators, she felt she was destined to join the “family business.” “My whole younger childhood was filled with the love of being in a school building,” she said. Now in her sixth year as an educator, Buskill has been at Newton Parrish Elementary School (Owensboro Independent) since 2016. Her ability to ensure the success of every student was recognized by the Milken Family Foundation, which honored her as a Milken Educator Award winner in a surprise ceremony on Nov. 10 at the school.

By |2022-12-05T12:09:01-05:00December 5, 2022|

Students helping students: Carlisle PALs comes full circle

At the turn of the millennium, leaders at Carlisle County Schools worked to address specific issues impacting their district: low attendance numbers and dropout statistics among at-risk students. The Carlisle Preschool Assistants to Learning (PALs) program was born from this work.

By |2022-10-28T10:26:42-04:00October 28, 2022|
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