As part of National Arts & Humanities Month in October, Gateway Community & Technical College invited its students and others from the community to create a film or video to communicate the
The Covington board of education received an update on non-traditional instruction (NTI) in the school district this year, which has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A substitute teacher and wrestling coach at Scott High School faces a felony charge after a former student told police that she engaged in consensual sexual contact with him six years ago.
Covington Independent Public Schools is now what is referred to as a one-to-one district, meaning that there is an electronic device/computer available to each student within the system.
As Newport Independent Schools students continue to learn virtually, the school district is still delivering food.
A statewide essay contest for high school students and a statewide slogan contest for middle school students was announced by Kentucky Secretary of State Michael G. Adams.
Some local students received certificates for free pizza after their school went looking for a way to make them feel better during another period of remote learning.
The City of Union transferred more than $300,000 in federal funds to three schools in the city.
The Bellevue board of education voted last Monday to reissue district bonds at a lower interest rate through its agreement with the Bellevue Independent Schools Finance Cirporation.
UPDATE: Sunday, Nov. 29: A federal appeals court decided Sunday to allow Governor Andy Beshear's order to stand, closing all public and private K-12 schools.
Dayton Independent Schools Superintendent Jay Brewer said at last week's board of education meeting that there has been no transmission of COVID-19 on the district's campuses, but that the schools
Sixth grade students at Mary A.
The Newport Independent School General Educational Development (GED) program, Campbell County Skills U (CCSU), has been ranked the number one program in the state by the Kentucky Department of Educ
Gateway Community & Technical College is now providing child care vouchers to students who are eligible.
Kentucky colleges and universities will avoid state budget cuts this fiscal year while also receiving $20 million in federal relief to help cover costs related to COVID-19.