Alerts & Information for (Thursday, March 05, 2015)
Hardin County Schools will be closed on Thursday, March 5, 2015. Please stay safe and warm.
Phone 270-769-8800 FAX 270-769-8888 65 W. A. Jenkins Rd Elizabethtown, KY 42701
New Highland Elementary School student Yadiel Mejia competes in the State Deaf & Hard of Hearing Spelling Bee at the Hardin County Schools Early College & Career Center.
Radcliff Elementary School students collected 10,050 bottles of water for American Red Cross Disaster Relief. A fine example of Work Ethic Certification Standard #8 -- Community Service.
Lincoln Trail Elementary School students enjoyed their Dr. Seuss hats on Read Across America Day.
North Middle School Junior Leadership Corps visit Meadow View Elementary School to discuss leadership characteristics and expectations
Soldiers from Fort Knox visited New Highland Elementary to read to students as a part of I Love to Read Day.
Congratulations to the John Hardin High School Boys Bowling team for earning a regional championship! They will compete in the state bowling event February 12 & 13 in Lexington.
Woodland Elementary School staff members dressed up as 100-year-old ladies for the 100th Day of School celebration.
HCS Early College & Career Center Health Science students work on their $100 Solution Project -- a Red Cross blood drive. EC3 students drew blood and helped participants after their blood donation.
Superintendent Nannette Johnston surprised Vine Grove Elementary School teacher Cindy Proffitt recently with news that Mrs. Proffitt had earned the WHAS-TV ExCEL Award presented by LG&E KU.
Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Steve Delabar recently dropped by East Hardin Middle School to visit with students and sign some autographs. Delabar is a former EHMS student.
Our friends at Bluegrass Cellular are tremendous partners! They & several of our business partners will grant job interviews to any HCS graduate that has earned Work Ethic Certificication!
Meadow View Elementary School students are excited about the rockets they designed, engineered and launched.
Rachel Mobley, a Central Hardin High School student in the health science pathway at the HCS Early College & Career Center, draws blood from Superintendent Nannette Johnston.
The Swope Family of Dealerships donated two training engines to the automotive technology students at the Hardin County Schools Early College & Career Center
Thank you Fort Knox Federal Credit Union for your $10,000 gift to the North Hardin High School Marching Band for its trip to the 2015 Macys Thanksgiving Day Parade.
We appreciate our friends at Hardin Memorial Health for helping HCS with another Project Fit America unit. Lincoln Trail Elementary School students will learn on this one.
US Representative Brett Guthrie stopped by the Hardin County Schools Early College & Career Center recently.
Lakewood Elementary students use tablets in Mrs. Chenaults "flipped" classroom.
Some Woodland Elementary School students work on Leader in Me strategies.
Rineyville Elementary School students enjoyed having Breakfast with Mom recently.
CHHS JROTC students build a one rope bridge during a recent competition.
Preschool students enjoy performing science activities. Several of our local industries have supplied our students with labcoats and goggles.
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THREE HCS TEACHERS RECEIVE EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AWARDS
Teachers from Howevalley, James T. Alton and Central Hardin all selected for the award
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LOCAL PLANNING COMMITTEE RESCHEDULED MEETING DATE
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NORTH MIDDLE SCHOOL BAND DIRECTOR BRINGS PRESTIGIOUS AWARD BACK FROM STATE CONFERENCE
Brittany Ford is the Kentucky Outstanding Young Band Director of the Year
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HCS WILL BE IN SESSION ON MARCH 13, 2015
March 13, 2015 will be a regular day of school for students. It is a make-up day for the snow-day missed in late November. Per the district calendar that has been posted for more than a year, March 13 was the first make-up day listed.
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SCHOOL IN SESSION
Fri Mar 13 2015
NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS (Professional Learning Day for Staff)
Mon Mar 16 2015
Board of Education Meeting
Thu Mar 19 2015
2014-15 District Calendar (Revised February 23, 2015)
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