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email@example.comWhen a statewide teacher survey on working conditions came out for the first time two years ago, it threw up red flags on the leadership and the environment at Warner Elementary School. Principal Val Gallutia said then that he wanted to have “...
Upcoming Public Government Meetings - Lincoln County Board of Education: 6:30 p.m. June 13 at the Board of Education office - Lincoln County Fiscal Court: 9 a.m. June 11 and June 25 at the Lincoln County Courthouse - Crab Orchard City Commission: 6 p....
firstname.lastname@example.orgIf there’s one question every middle- and high-school teacher has been asked by a student, it’s, “When will I ever use this?” For six years now, the Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce has been helping educators collaborate...
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The Danville school system was named a District of Innovation as result of a new opportunity that lets public schools propose new ways to organize learning to significantly boost achievement and prepare students for success beyond high school. Under...
email@example.comKentucky Commissioner of Education Terry Holliday, Ph. D., has two qualities essential for success in his demanding post: brains and guts. He has recently displayed both by boldly challenging powerful elements on the political left and the political...
firstname.lastname@example.org“Phil” stands in a spotlight on Gravely Hall’s stage, talking feverishly to his mustache that grew overnight. It speaks back to him in a Speedy Gonzalez voice. A well-spoken narrator fills the audience in on the story line, and a fourth,...
email@example.comAlthough it is summer break at Danville High School, one teacher says several students and teachers are still working hard. The school has a full track record of volunteerism and is continuing its efforts in July with a trip to Moore, Okla., where...
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The four scheduled interviews are over, and the Clark County Board of Education has a decision to make. The panel will meet tonight at 6:30 at Central Office to discuss the candidates for the open superintendent position. Superintendent Elaine...
The superintendent screening committee has completed its task. The committee presented its work to the Clark County Board of Education Thursday night, and four applicants have been chosen to be interviewed. Paul Christy, Mike Stacy, Lisa Stone and Sam...
Supports prayer at graduation As the graduation of the Lincoln County High School Class of 2013 draws near, I would like to say that I support having prayer at the exercise. I have heard a great deal concerning the controversy. I don't think that...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThree Jessamine County educators received Excellence in Teaching awards from Campbellsville University on Saturday at the school's campus. The awardees were the three recipients of Jessamine County Schools' Excellence in Education awards, Shawn...
The WInchester SunHouston Land passed kindergarten at Central Elementary, and for that he is grateful. He even survived his mom crying through his graduation ceremony. Those are just a few of the things that stand out for Houston about his five years as a Central...
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