The Kentucky School for the Deaf (KSD) celebrated its seven graduating students on May 19 at a graduation ceremony held at the school in Danville.
The Kentucky School for the Blind (KSB) celebrated its graduating students on May 17 at a graduation ceremony held at the school. The 2022 KSB graduates are A’Miracle Foard, Justin Goodlett and Leanna Lewis.
The Kentucky Department of Education released a new COVID-19 guidance document on March 8 that assists districts in preparing for traditional spring activities.
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Twelve director’s chairs were placed in the parking lot of Thomas Gym on the campus of Kentucky School for the Deaf (KSD). These chairs – properly distanced – were to signify that the 2020 graduates of KSD are now the directors of their own lives.
All of our schools have now officially finished instruction for the 2019-20 year and what a finish to the year it was. I know I have said this before, but I want to thank you again for everything you did to help your children – our children – complete the school year during this unconventional time.
To honor the perseverance of our seniors, the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) has produced “Kentucky’s Tribute to the Class of 2020,” a one-hour program that will be streamed on the department’s special YouTube channel at 7 p.m. ET this Saturday, May 23.
As the head of public higher education in Kentucky, I’m usually asked to deliver at least one commencement address each May. If I were giving one this year, I’d probably start by offering both my congratulations and condolences.
Superintendents from Kentucky’s 172 school districts joined Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) leadership during a May 19 webcast as they dove into the reopening guidance document released by the department on May 15 that leads school leaders through a variety of questions to consider when planning how to start classes for the 2020-2021 school year.
The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) will honor its high school seniors with a one-hour program that will be streamed on the department's special YouTube channel at 7 p.m. ET this Saturday, May 23.