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Superintendents Webcast: November 10, 2020

Kentucky school districts urged to work on diversity, equity and inclusion for all students,...

Schools should be safe havens for students and staff, promoting diversity, equity and inclusion for all, the Kentucky Department of Education’s (KDE’s) new chief equity officer said during the Special Superintendents’ Webcast on Nov. 10.
Special Superintendents' Webcast: October 13, 2020

Communication, cooperation key in managing COVID-19, Kentucky school and health leaders say

Three superintendents from around Kentucky and the leaders of their local health departments compared COVID-19 experiences during the Oct. 13 Special Superintendents’ Webcast. All agreed that close cooperation between schools, health authorities and local officials are essential to controlling outbreaks.
Special Superintendents' Webcast: September 29, 2020

Kentucky superintendents share school reopening advice, get revised metric for holding in-person classes

Participants in the Kentucky Department of Education’s Sept. 29 Special Superintendents’ Webcast heard from leaders of four school districts on how reopening to in-person instruction amid the pandemic has gone so far, and from state officials about updates to the color-coded metric used to determine whether to hold in-person classes.
Special Superintendents' Webcast: August 11, 2020

KDE, superintendents discuss delay of in-person school to Sept. 28 due to COVID-19

Discussion during the Kentucky Department of Education’s (KDE) Aug. 11 Special Superintendents’ Webcast focused on Gov. Andy Beshear’s recommendation that schools delay holding in-person classes until at least Sept. 28 due to the high rate of COVID-19 in Kentucky.
Special Superintendents' Webcast: July 14, 2020

Kentucky superintendents hear KMEA guidance on fall music classes, band practice

Guidance is now available from the Kentucky Music Educators Association (KMEA) on how to hold music classes and operate school bands amid the uncertainty over the COVID-19 pandemic, superintendents were told during the Kentucky Department of Education’s Special Superintendents’ Webcast on July 14.
Special Superintendents' Webcast: July 7, 2020

Rules for school sports due to COVID-19 in the works, Kentucky superintendents told

As the usual opening practice dates for fall sports approach, Kentucky school districts are concerned about how to operate athletic programs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Commissioner Julian Tackett of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) answered some imminent questions Tuesday during the Kentucky Department of Education’s (KDE) weekly Special Superintendents’ Webcast.
Special Superintendents' Webcast: June 30, 2020

COVID-19 measures temporary but vital, KDE officials tell superintendents

The vital importance of wearing masks, staying 6 feet apart and tailoring ways for local school districts to meet those goals dominated the Special Superintendents’ Webcast on June 30.
Special Superintendents' Webcast: June 23, 2020

Kentucky superintendents ask public health about face masks, other COVID-19 standards

Gov. Andy Beshear will release the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s (DPH) Healthy at School guidance document Wednesday afternoon, Interim Commissioner of Education Kevin C. Brown told school superintendents during the weekly Special Superintendents’ Webcast June 23.
Special Superintendents' Webcast: June 9, 2020

KDE to meet with Kentucky Department for Public Health to hone reopening guidance

Officials from the Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH) joined the June 9 Special Superintendents’ Webcast on COVID-19 to answer questions from Kentucky’s superintendents about reopening schools this fall.
Special Superintendents Webcast: February 23, 2021

Kentucky superintendents hear ideas on use of ESSER II funds

Superintendents of five public school districts shared how they will use new federal ESSER II funding. Returning to in-person classes, administration of statewide assessments and using retired teachers as substitutes also was discussed.