The Nelson County Board of Education honored selected artists for the districtwide visual arts calendar during its April 25 meeting. The winning work of each selected artist will represent his or her grade level in the August 2017-July 2018 Expect the Best Calendar. The calendar will be distributed throughout the school system. A panel of […]
The Nelson County Early Learning Center pre-school students ready to move to kindergarten this fall participated in a “graduation” event Monday, May 22, at Thomas Nelson High School. A similar event will be held for afternoon pre-school classes.
Nelson County Schools Superintendent Anthony Orr and the Nelson County Board of Education presented “Expect the Best” achievement awards during the board’s regular monthly meeting on April 25. Recipients were Lizabeth Rojas Gibbs, a Nelson County High School student; Kim Martin, a Thomas Nelson High School parent; Darrell Parks, a Bloomfield Elementary School teacher; and […]
Two Nelson County High School juniors, Joseph Miles Newton and Caitlin Fox, have been accepted to the Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program (GSP) this year. GSP is a summer residential program for outstanding high school students who are rising seniors. The program involves five weeks of study without charge at one of three participating Kentucky universities: […]
Nine Thomas Nelson High School juniors, including one alternate, have been accepted to the Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program (GSP) this year. The students are Marcus Bowling (alternate), Jordan Dixon, Samantha Guernsey, Eleanor Hagan, Elizabeth Hagan, Olivia Hagan, Kendall Roller, Rachel Tichenor, and Juanita Vittitow. GSP is a summer residential program for outstanding high school students […]
Saving time and trouble for parents is what the Nelson County Schools online Infinite Campus (IC) portal for parents is all about. That and eliminating a big chunk of the bothersome paperwork traditionally associated with the back-to-school rush. The Nelson County school system is on a mission to eliminate the need for the big pile […]