‘Deescalate in a timely manner’: New safety staff stepping into action when guns found in JCPS schools Tuesday, Nov 22 2022 

Central High School safety administrator Mikel Brown recalled his response from when he learned a student in the building had a gun in his possession last month.


New proposed contract for JCPS teachers includes 5% salary raise Monday, Nov 21 2022 

With last school year's raise, JCPS staff will have received a combined 9% salary raise in two years.


In Your Backyard: JCPS school named for one of Kentucky’s most prolific writers Sunday, Nov 20 2022 

Stuart Academy bears the name of Jesse Stuart, born in Greenup County, who was once poet laureate for the Commonwealth.


JCPS to open 3 schools; Here’s how to name them Wednesday, Nov 16 2022 

One of the new schools will be a middle school in east Louisville. West Louisville will get a new elementary and middle school.


Higher education initiative aims to improve college readiness Wednesday, Nov 16 2022 

Officials say a new initiative seeks to improve college readiness outcomes for Kentucky students following enrollment declines in higher education during COVID.


Jeffersontown High School receives life-saving donation Tuesday, Nov 15 2022 

"We jump at any opportunity to put these tools in the hands of people who can make a difference."


Kentucky lawmakers vote to end UK literacy center contract Saturday, Nov 12 2022 

A panel of Kentucky lawmakers has voted to end a $1.2 million contract with a literacy center based at the University of Kentucky.


Kentucky student in racist attack caught on video banned from UK campus, officials say Wednesday, Nov 9 2022 

Sophia Rosing withdrew from the university this week, and UK President Eli Capilouto said she will not be eligible to re-enroll.


Clarksville students honor beloved theater director with musical Monday, Nov 7 2022 

This performance at Clarksville High School features a dog named "Toto".


In Your Backyard | The ‘profound’ legacy behind Whitney Young Elementary Sunday, Nov 6 2022 

Whitney Young, Kentucky's first primary IB world school, is named after social worker, civil rights leader and Bluegrass State native Whitney M. Young Jr.


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