Hannah Simpson, a seventh-grader at Old Kentucky Home Middle School (OKHMS), sorts donated books to help prepare for an upcoming used book fair at the school. Simpson is one of 16 students on the library media staff who help operate the media center. The book fair will take place Nov. 30 – Dec. 3 from […]
Conway-Heaton Ford and Ford Motor Co. donated $6,000 to the Nelson County Education Endowment Fund following a test-drive event in October.
Kentucky Teacher, the Kentucky Department of Education’s (KDE’s) flagship publication since 1992, is now an online publication. It may be accessed in its new format at www.kentuckyteacher.org. Produced by KDE’s Division of Communications and Community Engagement, Kentucky Teacher is the agency’s primary direct communications tool for teachers. The publication is designed to provide professional development […]
Bloomfield Elementary School students used pumpkins to learn mathematics during October. Photos by Dana Whitis
The vision from Nelson County all the way into space is quickly snapping into focus for students at Nelson County Area Technology Center (NCATC) and Nelson County High School. But that’s just for starters, if John Sanders, Charlie Cantrill and Bill Bennett have their way. The trio are key players in a $58,000 Perkins Reserve […]
LEFT: Andrew Smith paints a face on a pumpkin during the Bloomfield Elementary School Fall Festival. The nearly 1,000 visitors could participate in 22 activities during the PTA-sponsored event. “I’m so proud that our PTA was able to expand the Fall Festival, while still holding to the same cost for families as a year ago. […]
The Liberty Bell, Twin Towers, George Washington and even General Thomas Nelson and wife all put in an appearance at a combined Constitution Day and Patriot Day event at Cox’s Creek Elementary School recently. Students gathered in the school gym to sing patriotic tunes and celebrate pride in their country while watching a parade of […]