Taking the games outside
A sure sign of spring in the Ashland area is school buses lined up at the city parks or students using open fields around schools for nearly organized games.
Building for the future
Seniors at Paul G. Blazer High have gone to school amid construction crews, heavy equipment and yellow caution tape since they were freshmen.
Time for a play day
What used to be a weedy patch of asphalt tucked in behind Cannonsburg Elementary School is now a haven where disabled students can explore and play.
Verity's families do science
The cafeteria at Verity Middle School was either a playground or a laboratory — or both, judging by the students who were there Tuesday evening.
Directing a classic
Half an hour before play practice, Taylor Shaffer is handing out lapel microphones and reminding actors it’s time to get into costume.
A few minutes later she’s back in the sound booth doing sound checks.
Hook, line and sinker
It’s less than a month before the last school bell rings. Almost beach time. Russell Middle School parents, do you know where your guppies are?
Animals provide life lesson
Some students at Star Elementary School got a lesson in overcoming adversity on Thursday, courtesy of some canine and feline friends.
Governor and legislators laud ACTC new EastPark building
An investment in the future of northeastern Kentucky and the fulfillment of a dream, envisioned by the Kentucky General Assembly’s approval of the Higher Education Reform Act of 1997, were among the laudatory phrases repeated by several speakers on Monday.
Fairview school boss honored
Bill Musick likes to be the first one at Fairview High School in the morning so he can greet the students on their way to class.
- Hatcher closing recommended The current academic year will likely be the last one for Hatcher Elementary School.
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