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Lawsuit: Girl slighted for reporting lewd texts from teacher

A 13-year-old says Kentucky school employees retaliated against her after she accused a teacher's assistant of sending her lewd text messages about bestiality.

FCPS to have booth at Lexington’s Pride Fest for first time ever

Fayette County Public Schools will have an information booth at Lexington's Pride Fest this Saturday, for the first time ever.
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Superintendent Manny Caulk gives update on school safety plan

Superintendent Manny Caulk gave an update on school safety during Monday night's Board of Education meeting.
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FCPS superintendent gives update on school safety plan

Metal detectors are being installed at Dunbar this month as part of the school district's new safety plan.
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Report: Seven Fayette County schools need “comprehensive support and intervention”

According to new accountability data released by Kentucky's Department of Education, seven Fayette County schools need comprehensive changes to improve student achievement, along with 25 schools which need "targeted" intervention.
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SAFETY CONCERNS AS SCHOOL YEAR BEGINS IN FAYETTE COUNTY

Concerns about school safety in Fayette County
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Fayette County Public Schools to launch “2018 School’s Open Drive Carefully Campaign”

We're just one day away from the first day of classes in Fayette County, and there's a new campaign to help drivers use caution during the morning commutes.
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Public invited to FCPS State of the Schools presentation

The public is invited to the 2018 FCPS State of the Schools presentation by Superintendent Manny Caulk.

FCPS students will not have to make up teacher protest days

The Fayette County Board of Education voted Monday not to make students make up the days teachers took off to protest in Frankfort.
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FCPS: Fixed metal detectors coming soon to high school

Fayette County School Superintendent Manny Caulk says the stationary metal detectors will be placed at Frederick Douglass High School soon.

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