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Pulaski counselor honored by Kentucky Counseling Association

Sallie Pierce, a guidance counselor at Southern Elementary School (Pulaski County), was named the 2016 Outstanding Elementary School Counselor by the Kentucky Counseling Association. Pierce...

Kentucky school districts on national Advanced Placement Honor Roll

Eight Kentucky public school districts have been named to the 7th Annual Advanced Placement (AP) Honor Roll, the College Board announced.

Four Pulaski staff members honored by district

Four staff members from the Pulaski County schools were chosen to receive the district’s PRISM (Pulaski Recognizes Innovative Staff Members) Award. The award recognizes...

Work to reduce novice learners showing promise

More than 11,500 educators across the state to be trained by the end of November.

Two Kentucky career and technical education teachers named finalists for national...

Two Kentucky career and technical education teachers have qualified as finalists in the Association for Career and Technical Education’s Excellence Awards.

Bringing home the globe

Pulaski County's Esther Lee Barron shares how she used her own multicultural life to help teachers think about the world in a broader way.

Superintendent Spotlight: Steve Butcher, Pulaski County

Pulaski County is working hard to prepare students for opportunities beyond their K-12 educational experience.

Pulaski teacher named PLTW Launch Instructor of the Year

Natasha Craft, the Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Launch teacher at Pulaski Elementary School (Pulaski County), has been named the Kentucky Project Lead The...

Pulaski guidance counselor receives statewide honor

Doug Grider, the guidance counselor at Southwestern High School (Pulaski County) was named the 2015 Outstanding High School Counselor by the Kentucky Counseling Association...

Schools mark milestone in dropout prevention as the work continues

While Kentucky schools have reason to celebrate their efforts to keep students from leaving school before age 18, their dropout prevention efforts are far from over.