Estill County held the grand opening of its new $14.7 million area technology center (ATC) on July 23.
The Kentucky Department of Education’s New Teacher Institute plays an important role in training and retaining CTE teachers who come from the workforce.
Ask any teacher this week if they’ve had “the dream” and most would say yes.
Estill County is one of 11 districts participating in a KDE pilot program designed to close achievement gaps by reducing the number of novice students.
A number of schools and districts are supporting their teachers who want to become National Board certified – and even recruiting them.
Randall Christopher The Estill County school district is implementing various programs as it pursues the mission of “Every Child Succeeds.” New mathematics and reading initiatives at all grade levels, program reviews and new attendance goals all point to student success. The district is committed to ensuring all students are college- and career-ready and is extremely proud of the [...]
Estill County looks to data when making decisions to improve classroom learning.
Family Resource and Youth Services Centers increasingly support instruction through tutoring and mentoring programs.
Kentucky students were rewarded for their talents in history at the Kentucky Junior Historical Society (KJHS) 2011 Kentucky History Day (KHD) recently in Frankfort. KHD is part of the National History Day program, which is an annual, year-long program designed to promote teaching and learning history in America’s schools. Students analyze the historical significance of their topics and present conclusions [...]
Three Kentucky school districts were recognized recently for their participation in a Spirit Contest hosted by the Kentucky Department of Education’s Division of School and Community Nutrition (SCN) to celebrate National School Breakfast Week. The Estill County, Owsley County and Warren County school districts were awarded plaques by Education Commissioner Terry Holliday at a ceremony held in the State Board [...]