Monday, October 14, 2019
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Poetry, loud and proud

Students from across the state traveled to the Grand Theatre in Frankfort March 7 to take part in the state finals of Poetry Out Loud.

These coders have class

Hardin County school becomes first in Kentucky to offer Girls Who Code as a class.

Kentucky’s healthiest schools honored

The Alliance for a Healthier Generation’s National Healthy Schools Award is an honor given to showcase and acknowledge schools that have implemented changes to create healthier school environments.

16 schools receive National Healthy Schools Award

Sixteen Kentucky schools have been named winners of the National Healthy Schools Award by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. The awards were announced recently...

Keeping schools, community and the environment healthy

Students showed off their projects to improve the environment and conserve energy at the Youth Summit and Awards Luncheon in Frankfort.

Tech tools immerse students in social studies

Brooke Whitlow, education technology teacher in Hardin County, says teachers can use Google Apps for Education to create engaging lessons.

Students speak out on math, science course choices at advisory council...

Commissioner Stephen L. Pruitt welcomed the opinions of students on the Next-Generation Student Advisory Council in one of his first meetings with students.

Recruiting superheroes to develop safer schools

Building self-esteem is a central point of this year’s campaign by the Kentucky Center for School Safety.

Hardin principal goes the extra mile to help her district implement...

A Hardin County principal became a believer in the value of the Professional Growth and Effectiveness System, then spent a year helping her colleagues understand it.

New toolbox aims to help school leaders build early childhood support

Recent kindergarten readiness results show that only half of Kentucky’s children arrived at school ready to do kindergarten work this year. In response, the Kentucky Department of Education and the Governor’s Office of Early Childhood have released a new tool called the “Superintendent Toolbox” to help superintendents improve kindergarten readiness in their communities.