Cecilia Valley Elementary School teacher Kim Crowder receives flowers and gifts from her students during the HCS WHAS 11 ExCEL Award Ceremony. Central Hardin High School students view the Holocaust Mural Project at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College. John Hardin High School students brought Thank You cards to the Elizabethtown Police station to show officers how much they appreciate them. Ms. Frye and some Creekside Elementary students celebrated I Love to Read Week. The North Hardin Band was recently recognized at a Board of Education meeting. Entertainer Master P visited with some North Middle School students before a Black History Month event. East Hardin Middle School students played the ukulele recently during music class. Vine Grove Elementary School students participated in a recent activity.

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LAST DAY OF SCHOOL FOR K-12 STUDENTS IS MAY 31, 2019 Read More
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Reminder about Kindergarten Enrollment

Per Kentucky law, all children must be enrolled in and attend school between the ages of 6 and 18. Children can enter primary school at age 5, but only if their 5th birthday is on or before August 1 of the current school year. 

A child who is 5 years old or who turns 5 by August 1st may attend school. A child who is 6 years old or who turns 6 by August 1, must attend school.

Preschool programs are available for eligible 3- and 4-year-old children as well.

CLICK HERE for information on Kindergarten enrollment