Draft program for new Corbin Middle School approved
March 13, 2015
fter looking at a presentation filled with squares, classroom areas, requirements, space options and square feet, the Corbin Board of Education has a plan. As a result, the board approved the draft program from the architectural firm of Sherman Carter Barnhart for the new Corbin Middle School.
Floyd Co. school consolidation plans continue forward
February 10, 2015
Plans are moving forward to combine Allen Central and South Floyd high schools under one, brand new roof. Floyd County School Board members met briefly Monday to take care of a few details relating to the land where the school will be built.
Planning session held for Corbin Middle School
January 30, 2015
Brainstorming, collaboration and planning is underway for the new Corbin Middle School building. Staff and faculty members of the middle school gathered with the building’s architects on Wednesday to generate ideas for the building.
No more ‘shushing’ in these school libraries
January 9, 2015
Two 6th-grade students sit on a couch in front of a large, green screen having a conversation about a book. It’s a middle school version of the Today show, with one student playing the role of the book’s author and the other the interviewer.
McCracken County High School
December 17, 2014
This video features the recently completed McCracken County High School in Paducah, Kentucky. Principal Michael Ceglinski discusses the successes of both the school and the design process.
Ground Broken For New School
November 4, 2014
It's been more than 10 years in the making. And on the count of three, Taylor County Schools' vision of building new schools started to take shape last Wednesday as officials broke ground for the new Taylor County High School.
Avoiding Blind Spots in Land Acquisition
October 21, 2014
Buying property and building a new school are rare events for most school board members, so the ins and outs of property acquisition can be tricky. The right amount of acreage, location, improvement expenses and utilities are among a few of the many things school boards have to consider.
Ground To Be Broken For New County Schools
October 16, 2014
Just a month after opening bids for construction of a new high school, Taylor County School District is planning to break ground for the facility within 10 days. At its regular meeting on Tuesday, the Board unanimously approved a $1,140,500 contract.
New education center gives Hardin Co. high school students a taste of college
August 29, 2014
Students in Hardin County are getting an early glimpse of what the real world is like. The Early College and Career Center, also known as EC3, in Hardin County opened its doors on Aug. 6. The school is already changing the way students learn.
At five new University of Kentucky dorms, students will get a text when the laundry is done.
August 18, 2014
When University of Kentucky students get to campus later this month, many of them will move into new digs: five new residence halls with the latest in required student luxuries, including double Tempur-pedic mattresses in private bedrooms, original paintings by Kentucky artists, and more.
First phase of new Scott County high school would open in 2017, superintendent says.
August 17, 2014
The first phase of a new high school in Scott County is set to open in August 2017, Superintendent Patricia Putty said. Putty said the first phase, which would cost $15.5 million, would be built on the campus of the district's Elkhorn Crossing career and technical school on Frankfort Road.
Fayette County Teachers Ready For School To Start
August 16, 2014
More than 40,000 students will head back to school on Wednesday in Fayette County, where teachers and administrators have been getting ready for their return. At Garden Springs Elementary School, teachers have had less than than usual to get ready due to classroom renovations.


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