[ditty_news_ticker id="349423"]

80.9 F
Thursday, August 5, 2021
Tags Schools

Tag: schools

Community reacts to Gov. Beshear’s mask recommendations

"Because I don't like masks and I want to go in school without wearing a mask and not being six feet apart again"

38 KY schools, orgs receive No Kid Hungry grants

Schools and organizations receive nearly $1 million From No Kid Hungry Kentucky to feed kids amidst COVID-19.

UPDATE: Free COVID-19 vaccination clinics across Fayette County

Participants could win UK football and Lexington Legends tickets.

Jackson, Bath, Floyd, Grant, others share in $127 million for schools

Gov. Andy Beshear announced on June 2 that local school districts would be receiving $127 million.

Fayette schools have vaccination clinics Thursday, next week

At STEAM June 3, at high schools June 9.

Residents split on vaccine requirements for students, jobs: Survey

Numbers reflect continued split across state.

Superintrendents get update on millions in federal funds, vaccines

Much of the money already has been received.

Beshear praises Legislature cooperation on infrastructure, jobs investments

$1.3 billion investment expands broadband, delivers clean drinking water, builds schools

New school guidelines remove some temperature check requirements

Changes come based on CDC, health recommendations.

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.

$19.3 million in federal funds to schools for mental health, other services

These funds will provide student mental health services; family support; college, career and transition services

State educators get update on impacts, plans for assessments, accountability

School leaders get ideas for COVID impacts, changes.

KDE Parents Council shows support for steps towards equity, inclusion

KDE’s commitment to providing schools with the resources needed to create a more equitable and inclusive environment

Governor signs bill to get kids back in school

Governor signed bill shortly after it hit his desk.

Another round of P-EBT benefits coming to families

New cards cover October 2020 through May 2021.

Legislature wades in trying to mandate in-person classes

Mandate attached to broader education bill

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.

Most Read

Former Kentucky First Lady to be spokesperson for major horse trade show

Three-day event at Kentucky Horse Park in October

Bluegrass Community College will require masks starting Friday

Masks requirements come as Delta variant causes surge

St. Claire Healthcare, ARH join others across state in requiring vaccinations

Decisions apply to thousands of workers as health care industry takes the lead against surge

Baptist Health to require vaccine for all employees by Oct. 31

Requirement applies across all Baptist facilities