The district has set March 20-24, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., at all Nelson County elementary schools to register for the 2017-2018 school year for the district’s kindergarten programs. Evening registration is available on March 23, from 5-7 p.m. Watch the video below and check out the flier for more information.
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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 […]
Nelson County Schools Superintendent Anthony Orr and the Nelson County Board of Education presented Barbara Griffin, a Bloomfield Middle School student; Nicole Harlow, a Boston School teacher; and Patrick Cundiff, a district maintenance department employee, with Expect the Best achievement awards during the board’s regular monthly meeting on Dec. 13. Sara Childers, a New Haven […]
In honor of the annual holiday, the New Haven School served 190 visitors for a special Nov. 18 Thanksgiving lunch event which took place in the school gym and included turkey and “all the fixings.”
Nelson County Schools Superintendent Anthony Orr and the Nelson County Board of Education presented Kathy Mattingly, a Nelson County Early Learning Center instructional assistant; Jeff Kisegy, a New Haven School teacher; Lee Ann Vincent, a Thomas Nelson High School parent; and Jazdon Gambrel, a Nelson County High School student, with Expect the Best achievement awards […]
New Haven School Principal Kevin Payton started Thursday, Oct. 27 right by kissing Paisley the pig. He, along with Assistant Principal Tiffany Clark and fourth-grade teacher Mary Newton kissed Paisley as a reward for NHS students who together raised $812 to go toward the purchase of new Chromebook laptops for the school. Mrs. Newton’s class raised […]
The board of education honored Melissa Filiatreau, Kendyl Corbin, Lisa Primm and Derek Shouse with Expect the Best achievement awards for September. The award honors those employees, students and parents in the Nelson County Schools system that exemplify the positive traits and exceptional performance that set a person apart from his or her peers.