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All-American teachers love challenging students

Three Kentucky teachers among 23 national award winners.

Fayette County’s SCAPA wins honor

The School for the Creative and Performing Arts (SCAPA) (Fayette County) has been named winner of the Governor’s Awards in the Arts’ Education Award....

KJHS Conference and KHD winners

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...

Student artists honored for Green Art Contest

Contest inspires focus on environmental themes through art The Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection (DEP) recently honored the winning 2010 Green Art Contest high school...

Fifteen honored as top civic educators

Merritt Robinson, of DuPont Manual High School (Jefferson County), was recognized with the 2011 Kentucky Outstanding Civic Education Leadership Award during the 2011 PNC/Kentucky High School Athletic Assocation (KHSAA) Boys Sweet 16 Basketball Tournament March 18 at Rupp Arena in Lexington.

Dixie Elementary Magnet sells success in many ways

Dixie Elementary Magnet School (Fayette County) celebrates being named a 2010 Blue Ribbon School.

Cybersafety a lesson students should learn, teachers say

Students across central Kentucky have been learning about cybersafety through the Internet Safety for Children Project.

Stager makes connections with all students

Nami Stager, science and writing teacher at Northern Elementary School (Fayette County), is this year's winner of the Milken Family Foundation National Educator Award.

Stop and smell the tomatoes

Fuqua, a family consumer science teacher at Bryan Station High School (Fayette County), started a school garden at her school last year. She incorporates the garden with core content to make her students more aware of what the physical world offers them on a daily basis. “A garden is a place to do something yourself that has visible results,” Fuqua said. ”This builds pride and a connection with nature and the world around us that I feel is incredibly important to a person’s life. I believe that people need a break from the technologies around them a few moments out of each day to stop and smell the tomatoes.”