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Masks, PPE part of new schools ‘dress code’

Rules will require sacrifice but are flexible.

Schools get guidance on helping students’ mental health

State offers tips, guidance for districts

Superintendents start difficult task of planning for the unknown

Superintendents from Kentucky’s 172 school districts joined Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) leadership  during a May 19 webcast in beginning to prepare for the unknown this fall.

State schools, colleges get $200 million in federal stimulus money

Money from the $2.2 trillion stimulus and coronavirus relief package approved by Congress last month continues to pour into the state.

Pulaski cases tied to church, schools weigh graduation, other decisions

All but one Pulaski coronavirus case tied to church, schools remind parents about school work.

Legislature approves measures for schools, businesses

Measures put into law many of the things talked about to help schools and businesses.

Ag commissioner joins schools for meal program

Program makes sure kids get meals they need while out of school

School districts report busy meal services

Different districts using different methods to get meals to students.

Fayette, other counties begin to announce closings

Districts take steps as coronavirus concerns grow

School district takes down ‘Mighty Warrior’ Bible verse

Letcher County district makes decision after complaint.

SCAPA team claims top state honor

Students compete at UK during weekend.

Meadowthorpe Elementary takes 2020 Governor’s Cup

Governor’s Cup is Kentucky’s premier academic competition.

Kentucky to receive $576K to identify lead sources in schools’ drinking water

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says it is giving the state $576K to identify lead sources in schools' drinking water

Dozens of schools closed or delayed Wednesday due to weather

For up-to-the-minute school closings and delays, click on our Weather Tab and then on SnoWatch from the drop-down menu.

Kentucky man accused of school threats wants to plead guilty

A man accused of having a detailed plan to attack several Kentucky schools has notified authorities that he now wants to plead guilty.

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SOAR announces job fair in Eastern Kentucky

Boxvana will conduct open interviews in Debord, according to SOAR

TRAFFIC ALERT: Both lanes of inner loop Man O War blocked at Tates Creek

Lexwrecks reports a semi tanker went off the road

Lexington COVID-19 testing sites this week

Sites listed by Lexington-Fayette County Division of Emergency Management

John Hume, who worked to end N. Ireland violence, dies at 83

Former lawmaker had dementia, suffered ill health for a number of years