More than 240 middle and high school students and teachers from 33 schools represented Kentucky during the 2023 Technology Student Association (TSA) National Conference, and several brought home awards.
2023 Kentucky Teacher of the Year: Eminence Independent, the land of learning, creation and innovation
Eminence Independent has an EDhub center that features several different avenues for students to have vibrant learning experiences. Photo by Mandy Perez, May 11, 2023 As the 2023 Kentucky Teacher of the Year, I was interested in the idea of evolving traditional libraries into innovative campus hubs for schools. Little did I know that several Kentucky schools already [...]
Carter Stivers of Eminence Independent Schools won the Southeastern States Pupil Transportation Conference (SESPTC) scholarship for $2000.
Eminence superintendent discusses importance of deeper learning experiences for Kentucky students during KDE webcast
Joined by Kentucky’s Commissioner of Education Jason E. Glass, Buddy Berry, superintendent of Eminence Independent shared the decisions behind why his district has prioritized deeper learning during the Kentucky Department of Education’s June Superintendents Webcast.
Since joining the Kentucky Department of Education last September, Education Commissioner Jason E. Glass has been confined to a virtual view of the state’s 51 area technology centers.
Forty-four Kentucky schools are among those recognized nationwide as 2020 America’s Healthiest Schools.
High school seniors in three Kentucky districts – Eminence Independent, Jefferson County and Shelby County – may apply to a training program in which they can develop digital, business and life skills to help them pursue careers in technology.
Heidi Neltner, a former school librarian in the Ft. Thomas Independent school district, had been using Twitter to connect with colleagues around the world for many years. Then in 2013, she decided to introduce Kentucky school librarians to this professional networking venue by creating #KyLChat.
Teachers learned how to use the Aug. 21 event as a teaching opportunity at a Western Kentucky University’s SKyTeach workshop.
Renee Hale, library media specialist at Drakes Creek Middle School (Warren County) and the 2016-17 president of the Kentucky Association of School Librarians, shares her thoughts about where she thinks school libraries are headed.