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Members of the John Hardin High School choir perform at the December Board of Education Meeting.
Hardin County Board of Education members Mike Kinney and Charlie Wise took the oath of office at the December Board meeting. Judge Kim Shumate administered the oath.
The HCS Student Transportation team always puts our students first! They donated toys to the WQXE Toy Factory that benefits the Hardin County Hope for Christmas.
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!
G.C. Burkhead Elementary School 1st and 2nd grade students recently performed the last winter program at the current campus. A new GCB is planned to open on St. John Road in August.
The John Hardin High School choir recently performed at the HCS American Education Week celebration at the Towne Mall.
The Child Nutrition team at Howevalley Elementary School served a wonderful pre-winter break meal.
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
EC3 students get to see the inner-workings of an engine because of the generosity of the Swope Family of Dealerships
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.
Jefferson County District Judge Erica Lee Willams spoke to the Girl Power Conference at the Hardin County Schools Early College and Career Center.
Some Woodland Elementary School students work on Leader in Me strategies.
Rineyville Elementary School students enjoyed having Breakfast with Mom recently.
John Hardin High School student Blair Hall volunteers at Feeding America (photo courtesy of Jill Pickett at The News-Enterprise, Sept. 16, 2014)
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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ROBOTICS SUCCESS IS A STANDARD THROUGHOUT HCS MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOLS
VEX Robotics and Lego Robotics are helping students succeed at high levels
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SWOPE FAMILY OF DEALERSHIPS DONATES TWO TRAINING ENGINES TO EC3 STUDENTS
Swope Toyota Service Manager Cole Miller designed and built two training engine blocks that allows students to see the inner-workings of an automotive engine
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GOV. BESHEAR AWARDS KENTUCKY WORK READY COMMUNITIES CERTIFICATION TO HARDIN COUNTY
The Hardin County Schools Early College & Career Center and the HCS Work Ethic Certification Program were instrumental in Hardin County earning this distinction.
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SCHOOL DISMISSED -- Winter Break
Mon Dec 22 2014
to Fri Jan 2 2015
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Mon Jan 5 2015
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Thu Jan 15 2015
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