Phillip Pike has served Hardin County Schools since 2002. He wil start his new role next week.
These four students are in an elite group of only 16,000 high school seniors.
The Hardin County Schools / Hardin County Public Library partnership has a tradition of success for students. These digital library cards will open new doors for students and enhance that already strong partnership.
We strongly encourage everyone to tell school or district staff about safety issues, however, some people feel more comfortable doing that in a confidential manner. There is a way to do that now.
Our area schools are fortunate to have our first responders. They work hard to protect our students and staff.
Please read the information carefully about changes in volunteer procedures
We have heard some false rumors about the procedure around the Hepatitis A vaccine. Please see the link for more information.
Mr. Lawson will start his new duties soon. HCS Superintendent Teresa Morgan will meet with the West Hardin Middle School Site-Based Decision Making Council to discuss the school’s leadership for the rest of the school year.
Click the link for more information on the new state law.
A musician, educator, pharmacist, athletics trainer and engineer comprise this year's group of honorees.
The Hardin County delegation of the Kentucky General Assembly held a forum at the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center about pension issues and their effect on state employees. CLICK HERE to watch the forum.
A new chidcare center will open this summer for HCS employees and full-time Elizabethtown Community and Technical College students.
Please read the details of what the state is now requiring. This is an important matter. We ask that all students have an updated and current certificate on file at school before the start of the 2018-19 school year.