New Livingston County superintendent returns to his roots

David Meinschein, a Livingston Central High School graduate, returned home to begin his stint as superintendent on July 1. Meinschein succeeds Victor Zimmerman, who resigned on Feb. 9. Darryl Chittenden, who was superintendent until his retirement in 2015, took over as interim superintendent for Zimmerman.

By |2021-07-12T12:02:53-04:00July 12, 2021|

Study Buddy sessions make classrooms without borders possible

Through a collaborative effort between schools in western Kentucky and Grace English School in Guatemala, several hundred Kentucky students are learning about Spanish language and culture, while more than 100 Guatemalan students are learning both written and spoken English.

By |2019-12-11T15:30:12-05:00November 3, 2016|

Making coding more friendly

A Livingston County teacher is introducing special education students to the world of coding through an after-school program, and perhaps opening doors for them along the way.

By |2020-09-22T10:33:10-04:00August 30, 2016|

A quick stop in Livingston County

In mid-December I took a trip to western Kentucky to photograph students taking advantage of dual credit opportunities at the Mayfield/Graves ATC. On my way back to Frankfort I had the pleasure of stopping by South Livingston Elementary School (Livingston County), a Proficient/Progressing school.

By |2019-06-05T11:27:36-04:00January 22, 2015|

Superintendents’ spotlight: Darryl Chittenden, Livingston County

Darryl Chittenden During the last five years there have been several notable accomplishments in the Livingston County school district. Most recently, the district was recognized as a proficient district on the 2013-14 School Report Card. This includes two schools – Livingston Central High School and North Livingston Elementary School – being recognized as Distinguished-High Progressing Schools for the [...]

By |2014-10-28T11:52:40-04:00October 30, 2014|

9 schools, district recognized for best practices

The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) recognized nine schools and one district for best practices during the second annual Continuous Improvement Summit on Tuesday. Education Commissioner Terry Holliday presented each winner with a $500 check that can be used toward school improvement. “We have some terrific work going on in our schools and districts,” Holliday said. “Their efforts to create [...]

By |2019-03-12T16:27:39-04:00September 25, 2014|
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