The Boone County Early Childhood Fund announced four grant recipients receiving awards worth a total of $82,000.
Holmes High School principal Scott Hornblower requested a change in assignment Wednesday afternoon.
The Covington Board of Education reviewed a summer program known as Kings Leadership Program, which included eleven boys.
The Dayton Board of Education approved a raise of $500 for all full-time employees and $250 for part-time employees.
Bellevue High School hosted its homecoming parade and ceremony on Friday night ahead of the Tigers' football game.
RCN's Brian Frey produced these photos.
Because there is no formal playground at Ninth District Elementary School in Covington, volunteers gathered earlier this month to beautify the blacktop used by students at recess.
Beechwood Independent Schools unveiled its new EDGE program, which aims to prepare students for success and is rooted in the idea that students need educational design geared towards experience tha
A Kenton County teacher is among four from Kentucky, and 213 teachers from across the country to receive the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST).
More than 1,000 students at Dayton and Ludlow schools will receive new shoes and socks, and have their feet washed by the organization Samaritan's Feet International.
Technical difficulties led Ludlow students to help implement a new method for delivering announcements at Mary A. Goetz Elementary School.
Students at Newport Primary and Newport Intermediate schools will be receiving fresh fruits and vegetables throughout the school year.
The following op-ed is written by Bellevue Independent Schools Superintendent Robb Smith.
A Covington Catholic High School student was invited to participate in the National Hispanic Recognition Program (NHRP).
Students from Holmes High School in Covington worked on an interactive display to coincide with this weekend's massive BLINK light and art show event in the city and in Cincinnati.