Covington Catholic High School and Villa Madonna Academy announced their National Merit semifinalists this week.
The Covington Board of Education opted to table an issue related to converting two head teacher positions to a newly created School Administrative Manager (SAM) positions.
The Bellevue Board of Education voted to accept a 4 percent increase in the property tax it collects.
The new rate will be 0.899 per $100 of assessed property value.
Two Northern Kentucky high school students were chosen to join the junior board of directors at GO Pantry.
Samaritan's Feet arrived in the Northern Kentucky river cities in recent days and provided new shoes and socks at schools in Newport, Bellevue, and Dayton.
The Newport Board of Education approved support for economic development projects in the city, which are expected to generate roughly $6.75 million for schools over the next three decades.
Ludlow Independent Schools have seen an increase in enrollment from last year.
In his latest book, Newport Independent Schools superintendent Kelly Middleton writes about customer service practices that translate from the private sector to the realm of public education.
Someone gave $100 to each teacher at Pendleton County Schools.
That adds up to 143 $100 bills, or $14,300.
A program at Northern Kentucky University was among the state's twenty recipients of a total of $6.7 million in AmeriCorps federal funding.