Covington Independent Public Schools will follow Governor Andy Beshear’s recommendation to delay the start of in-person classes until September 28.
The following op-ed is written by State Senators Wise, Stivers, Givens, Thayer, Adams, and Wilson, all Republicans.
Newport Independent Schools Superintendent Tony Watts announced a change in plans for the district's return to learning this month.
Schools should not return to in-person learning until at least September 28, Governor Andy Beshear recommended on Monday during his daily update on the COVID-19 pandemic in Kentucky.
This story has been updated to include additional details from the Campbell County Police Department.
The following is from the Kentucky Education Association:
From the Kentucky Department of Education:
A Newport student currently attending the University of Louisville has gained a front-row seat to legislative action at the Kentucky State Capitol through her participation in a graduate fellowship
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The Dayton board of education met last Wednesday night to talk about options for reopening Lincoln Elementary and Dayton High School.
The Bellevue board of education met last Wednesday and discussed its school reopening plan.
The newly launched NKY Digital Equity Initiative is expanding into Grant County.
The Covington board of education approved its reopening plan for Covington Independent Public Schools on Thursday night, giving the OK to a hybrid model to offer in-person a
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