Ag Day introduces eighth-graders to Locust Trace AgriScience Center by Karla Ward, 10.11.16, Kentucky.com High school for students at Locust Trace AgriScience Center includes much more than solving algebra problems, reading “Romeo and Juliet” and memorizing the periodic table of elements. A day’s work for students at Locust Trace includes everything from caring for pigs […]
Keeneland tours teach 5th-graders about Kentucky’s Thoroughbred industry Staff Report, 8.25.26, Kentucky.com Keeneland this week is hosting 2,800 fifth-graders from 31 area public and private schools to spread the word about the track’s history and the importance of the Thoroughbred industry in Central Kentucky. Now in its sixth year, the program has given more than […]
As Fayette County grows, more new schools are likely soon by Valerie Honeycutt Spears, 7.23.16, Kentucky.com Fayette County can’t build schools or add classrooms fast enough. Two elementary schools are opening next month and a high school will open in 2017, but Fayette County Public Schools officials say more new schools and renovations are needed […]
Renderings paint a picture of new Fayette Co. high school By Valarie Honeycutt Spears, 8.11.14, Kentucky.com The Fayette County Public School board on Monday was presented with early renderings for the $75.8 million high school proposed for Winchester Road. Fayette Superintendent Tom Shelton said that in developing a design “we were able to think outside […]
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