Officer Rossell, JHHS School Resource Officer, tuned a student’s guitar at the end of the school day. Coding and robotics research in TopDawg technology class at Bluegrass Middle School. Woodland Elementary School created a Little Free Library outside for the community to use.  It is dedicated to former library media specialist David Farmer. New Highland Elementary School teacher Sandra Roopchan earned the HCS WHAS-11 ExCEL Award presented by LG&E KU. Students in the EC3 Health Science lab learn about drawing blood. Culinary Arts students prepare a tasty dish at the HCS Early College & Career Center. Central Hardin Family and Consumer Sciences students worked with Etown Fire Department Chief Mark Malone to make superhero capes that will be donated to the Addison Jo Blair Wing at Norton’s Children’s Hospital. We appreciate community members helping North Hardin High School students with mock job interviews. Mrs. Tabor’s Language Arts class at East Hardin Middle School has been reading Moon Over Manifest and they created a Victory Quilt ... just like in the book! Preschool students at Lakewood Elementary manage a bakeshop in their dramatic play center!.

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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