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Fayette County to follow KHSAA fall sports schedule

Superintendent Caulk says if the district sees a spike in COVID-19 cases due to sports, the district won't hesitate to stop practices and games.

Application deadline set for FCPS Virtual Learning Academy

FCPS students who want to commit to a full semester of online learning only, must apply by noon, Tuesday, August 18.

Parent “shocked, angry” about Confederate flag, uses it as teachable moment

The parent of a Bryan Station Middle School student says he's using the confederate flag being raised at the school as a teachable moment.

Fayette County Public School classes begin August 26

Fayette County Public School classes will begin two weeks later than originally scheduled.

FCPS releases information on reopening of schools

Fayette County Public Schools will not reopen in July, which had been discussed in some circles.

Fayette school board votes to buy Herald-Leader building

FCPS is buying the Lexington Herald-Leader building for $7.5 million which will be the new home of merged technical schools.

Senior send-off held at Kentucky Horse Park for Fayette County grads

The send-off is part of a series of events for the graduating seniors who’ve had to sacrifice so much due to the pandemic.

Three new principals named in Fayette County

New principals were named for three public elementary schools in Fayette County on Tuesday. 

Fayette County Board of Education votes to be part of opioid lawsuit

The Fayette County Board of Education voted unanimously Monday to join other school districts across the nation in a lawsuit to recoup damages from the opioid epidemic.

Land purchase approved for new two new schools in Fayette County

Fayette County Public Schools will soon build a middle school and a second elementary school east of I-75, according to the district.

FCPS adjusts meal distribution plan

Beginning Monday, April 13, Fayette County Public Schools will distribute food to qualified students twice a week between 11:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

FCPS extends closure of all schools to May 1 due to COVID-19

Fayette County Public Schools extends its closure of all schools and offices through at least May 1 due to the coronavirus outbreak. 

Two Fayette County Public Schools employees diagnosed with COVID-19

Two Fayette County Public Schools employees were diagnosed with COVID-19 on Monday, according to the school district.

Fayette schools extend closure to April 20

Meal delivery will continue except for the period that was scheduled for spring break.

Fayette County Public Schools react to coronavirus

Fayette County Public Schools says it doesn't know if the first person who tested positive for the coronavirus in Kentucky has any connection to anyone in the school system.

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.

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.

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.

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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A car crashed into Lexington's landmark Jif building Friday night, slightly damaging it.