• KUNA
  • YAM
  • Honor Roll

    The Eastside Elementary Honor Roll for the third term includes:
    Fourth Grade
    Jaydon Abbott, Christian Barnett, Brooke Bennett, Christian Brown, Jaelyn Camacho, Barton Chasteen, Kylar Childress, Makayla Cole, Madison Cox, James Dailey, Lincoln Darrell, Dylan Duckworth, Justin Duncan, Bethany Franklin, Alicia Fryman, Allison Fryman, Amber Fryman;

  • Honor Roll

    The Southside Elementary Honor Roll for the third nine weeks includes:
    Fourth Grade
    *Jordan Banks, Jadan Durban, *Taylor Fryman, Dason Herrington, *J.D. Kendall, *Landon Love, Dani Martin, Mason Moore, Nathan Nickerson, Devon Richardson, *Aurorabella Ridenour, Ashton  Roach, Destiny Roach, Brett Ruppee, *Kyla Soard, *Jaime Lynn Timmons, Seth Tipton, D.J. Wilson, Tiffany Wood, Lexi Workman;

  • Honor Roll

    The St. Edward Catholic School Honor Roll for the third quarter includes:
    First Grade - All A’s
    Kathryn Gasser, Camille Hatfield, Resa Heimlich, Madison Jones, Addison Perraut.                                                         
    First Grade - A/B

  • Lenten Project
  • Academic briefs

    If it’s April, it must be time for Freed-Hardeman University students to make some music. More than 500 students, including Cynthiana’s Abby Besson, are in the final stages of preparing this annual rite of spring. The next week will see them sewing on the last sequins and polishing their choreography for the all-student production, now in its 38th year.

  • HCMS band performs at the Kentucky Music Educators Band Assessment

    The 7th and 8th grade Advance Band under the direction of Julie Lucky performed at Singletary Center for the Arts in Lexington Ky.,  March 19 for the Kentucky Music Educators Band Assessment. This 111 piece ensemble performed O Waly Waly arranged by Douglas E. Wagner and Beyond the Riverbend by Robert Sheldon.  The band received straight Distinguished rating from the KMEA Adjudicating Panel.
    Their next performance will be for the Starry Night on April 25 at 7 p.m. in the HCHS auditorium. Join us for this free event.

  • 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.