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FCPS brings back summer learning in 2021 with ‘Summer Ignite’

Students will be invited to participate in 'Summer Ignite,' with each school providing specifics in April.

Meals free for all students; pickup distribution curtailed as in-person learning resumes

The district’s Child Nutrition Office reminds families that, under a federal waiver during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Schools facing some challenges with in-person learning

Kentucky Youth Advocates, a statewide organization that calls itself an independent voice for kids, got together virtually and talked about what schools should expect next now that students are gradually returning to the classroom.

KDE Commissioner’s Student Advisory Council discusses post-pandemic learning, state assessments

Members of KDE's Commissioner’s Student Advisory Council agreed that the effect of the pandemic will not easily be remedied by standard educational practices.

ABC 36 Teacher of the Week: Nicole Adams

Lexington, Ky. (WTVQ)-- Every week I profile the amazing teachers going above and beyond, especially during the pandemic. "The first day I thought, "Oh my...

FCPS’ School Board discusses October in-person learning, parents who oppose hold rally

Meanwhile, a group of about 75 people rallied outside the FCPS main building on Richmond, calling for students to go back in-person now.

LCA says first week in-person is a success

School says health measures have made a difference.

Harry Potter goes online for health-at-home learning

Harry Potter author has launched online platform to keep children educated and entertained during the coronavirus pandemic.

Library offers online options for learning at home

Services, options available for library card holders and non card holders.

Derby museum offers ‘virtual’ learning for all ages

While its museum and other attractions are closed because of the coronavirus outbreak, the Kentucky Derby Museum wants people to still enjoy its collections.

Jessamine Co. students question teaching as a career

In the midst of everything going on surrounding the future of education, some students aren't sure if they should make education their future.

Lexington elementary school hosts seminar on childhood anxiety

It's a nationwide issue that many people in the U.S. face, including children.

RJ Corman Railroad Group creates new apprenticeship program

The RJ Corman Railroad Group announced the creation of a new apprenticeship program Wednesday.

Lexington’s ‘Race Street Riders’ begin lessons

A new non-profit organization is giving inner city kids a chance to learn all about Kentucky's pride and joy: horses.

School District Plans Survey to Improve Learning Environment

Kentucky's largest school district plans to conduct a survey of parents, teachers and students to improve the learning environment for students.

FCPS will have snow days at least one more year

Fayette County Public Schools will have snow days at least one more school year.

School readiness summit promotes young students’ success

Gov. Steve Beshear is speaking at Kentucky's first-ever School Readiness Summit at the Convention Center in Frankfort.

School program takes aim at kindergarten readiness

The "United Way Born Learning Academy" aims to improve kindergarten readiness for Kentucky children.

Online training aims to boost early childhood learning

A free online training course has been released to help early childhood professionals prepare Kentucky children for success in school.

School Won’t Stop on Snow Days

At some schools throughout the state, learning will go on this winter even if students aren’t in the classroom.

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UK Men’s Basketball adds Orlando Antigua, Ron “Chin” Coleman to staff

LEXINGTON, Ky. (UK Athletics) – The Kentucky men’s basketball coaching staff has undergone an offseason transformation with a familiar face in Orlando Antigua returning...

Mostly back to normal for ag events this summer: Quarles

Commissioner directs staff to support county fairs, agritourism, livestock shows and other events

KSP social media photo draws controversy

KSP issues statement following backlash on social media

Plateau continues for new Fayette COVID cases

Numbers remain stable, haven't started decline again