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Education

  • Free online class now available to help parents support college and career planning

    A new online program called Take the LEAD helps Kentucky parents and community members support their middle and high school students in getting ready for college and a career. The program is free and on-demand so that participants can earn their Local Education Advocate Diploma on their own schedule.

  • Graduating high school seniors can start their college education early and save big at MCTC

    Maysville Community and Technical College (MCTC) is making college even more affordable this summer for graduating high school seniors.
    The high school class of 2015 can enroll in classes and “buy one, get one free” with the High School Senior Summer Scholarship.
    The BOGO scholarship covers the cost of one summer class when a student pays for one, a savings of $441.

  • HCMS Reading Counts
  • Harrison County FBLA receives awards at Region 4 Conference

    On March 10, 18 members of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) from Harrison County ATC traveled to Northern Kentucky University to compete at the Region 4 FBLA Conference. Students had a great time competing in events, making new friends, and attending the talent show.

  • Sanders to represent Kentucky in National Speech & Debate Tournament

    Jacob Sanders was selected as one of 24 students to represent Kentucky at the National Speech & Debate Association Tournament held in Dallas, Texas, in June.

  • Academic briefs

    BESSON
    Abby Besson, a senior at Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, Tenn., was inducted into the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society in a ceremony Monday, March 16. Besson is an electronic media major from Cynthiana.
    Freed-Hardeman’s Tennessee Iota chapter of Alpha Chi was chartered April 22, 1977. Invitations for membership in Alpha Chi are extended to juniors and seniors who have a good reputation, are in the upper 10 percent of their class and have cumulative grade point averages of 3.75 on 80 or more credit hours.

    LEITH

  • School Menus

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    BREAKFAST
    ST. EDWARD SCHOOL
    MONDAY: Sausage gravy and biscuit or cereal and yogurt, juice or fruit, choice of milk.
    TUESDAY: Mini cinnis or cereal and yogurt, juice or fruit, choice of milk.
    WEDNESDAY: Breakfast pizza or cereal and yogurt, juice or fruit, choice of milk.
    THURSDAY: Holy Thursday - No School.
    FRIDAY: Good Friday - No School.

    ALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

  • Balloon release in to support Autism Awareness

    In support of Autism Awareness month, MCTC/ Licking Valley Campus will host a balloon release at 3 p.m. on April 9 from the back lawn on campus.  Students, faculty, staff and community members will release balloons in order to bring awareness to the issues related to autism, Asperger’s and other disorders on this spectrum.  Interested members of the community are invited and welcome to attend.

  • Academic briefs

    EKU GRADUATES
    Eastern Kentucky University recognized graduates at the conclusion of the Fall 2014 semester.
    The graduates were honored at commencement ceremonies Dec. 13.
    Local EKU graduates include:
    Rachel Ann Blackburn and Lyndsey Alice Marsh.

    EKU DEAN’S AWARD
    Eastern Kentucky University announces the Dean’s Award recipients for the Fall 2014 semester.
    Award recipients include: Susan Brooke Darnell and Daniel Steven Klapheke.

  • Addiction presentation offered at MCTC/LVC March 31

    MCTC/Licking Valley Campus, NAMI on Campus, will host a presentation concerning addiction. The event will be held at the Hilltop location on Tuesday, March 31, at 5:30 p.m.  
    Paula Blades, NAMI on campus vice president, Mary June Brunker and Derrick Allen will speak about how their lives have been affected by addiction.  Karen Adams, Adams and Associates, will speak about treatment resources.