Education

Christian County Public Schools will announce plans related to COVID-19 and mask recommendations on Tuesday, spokesman John Rittenhouse told Hoptown Chronicle.
By Jennifer P. Brown
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Mancell Elam returns to Christian County after serving as principal at Fulton County High School.
By Jennifer P. Brown
The projects are slated at Pembroke and South Christian elementary schools.
By Jennifer P. Brown
Postponed last year because of the coronavirus pandemic, the summit will be Saturday, July 31, at Christian County Middle School.
By Jennifer P. Brown
Kentucky Commissioner of Education Jason Glass blasted bills that would ban critical race theory from public schools, colleges and universities as “educator gag and student censorship bills.”
By WKMS
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Major updates are planned at the Curris Center, Lovett Auditorium, Wrather Hall, Carr Hall, Racer Arena and Waterfield Library.
By WKMS
Established in 1983, the program has a mission to broaden Kentucky’s next generation of civic and economic leaders.
By Jennifer P. Brown
The local Rotary Club pledged $30,000 to start Interact Clubs in the district's two middle schools.
By Jennifer P. Brown
A Tennessee Supreme Court justice from Lovingood's home county said he had COVID-19.
By Jennifer P. Brown
A Sinking Fork teacher and a bus driver who also works as an instructional assistant were named Certified and Classified Employees of the Year, respectively.
By Jennifer P. Brown
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