Nelson County Schools Superintendent Anthony Orr and the Nelson County Board of Education presented Beverly Parrish, Mikki Rogers, Susan Thomas and Joanna Whitis “Expect the Best” achievement awards during the regular monthly meeting of the board, Feb. 22, 2017. The award honors those in the Nelson County Schools system who exemplify the positive traits and […]
Several Cox’s Creek Elementary School first-grade students performed for the Nelson County Board of Education during the board’s regular monthly meeting, Feb. 22. They performed a self-created dance to accompany their song “Snowflake” and displayed artwork. As part of the student performance, each month’s featured school selects a “reader” for the Good News portion of […]
The Nelson County High School Lady Cardinals basketball team defeated the Elizabethtown High School Panthers on March 4, 69-56. They will play the Murray High School Lady Tigers at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 8 at BB&T Arena on the campus of Northern Kentucky University at Highland Heights.
Lydia Newton, an Old Kentucky Home Middle School eighth-grader, earned first place in the annual Nelson County Farm Bureau Spelling Bee Feb. 2 at the Nelson County Civic Center. Jagger Stone, a Cox’s Creek Elementary School fifth-grader, earned third place in the annual bee. As the winner, Newton received $200, a first-place certificate and a […]
Louisville dance instructor Deborah Denenfield conducted a week-long residency at Cox’s Creek Elementary School recently. The visit was sponsored by a Kentucky Arts Council “Teaching Art Together” grant secured by CCES art and music teacher Kelly Kapusuzoglu.
Four Boston School students performed musical selections for the Nelson County Board of Education during its regular monthly meeting, Jan. 17. Each month the board features a student performance that rotates among all the district’s schools. As part of the student performance, the featured school selects a “reader” for the Good News portion of the […]
Nelson County Schools Superintendent Anthony Orr and the Nelson County Board of Education presented Sarah Williams, a Cox’s Creek Elementary School primary resource teacher, Kimberly Boone, a student in eighth grade at Boston School, and Wanda Parker, finance director for Nelson County Schools, with Expect the Best achievement awards during the board’s regular monthly meeting […]