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Education

  • Nelson County Schools closed Friday, Jan. 12

    Nelson County Schools has canceled all school for Friday and has activated the plan for use of Non-Traditional Instructional days (NTI/Best Days), due to the prospect of dangerous road conditions. Nelson County child care centers will remain open.

    NTI/Best Days are used when main roads are clear but some side roads are not clear enough for buses to travel safely.  Our goal is to reduce the loss of instructional time as students continue working at home and teachers remain available through email, Skype, phone, or other methods of communication.

  • Nelson County School Board meeting rescheduled for Jan. 24

    UPDATE: This meeting has been rescheduled for 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 24.

    The Nelson County Schools Board of Education will meet Tuesday, Jan. 16, at 5 p.m. at the Central Office. The Central Office is located at 288 Wildcat Lane in Bardstown.

    I. Call to Order — Board Chair

    II. Changes to the Agenda

    III. Student & Shareholder Engagement

    A. Student Performance — Tom Brown

    B. Good News — Tom Brown

  • OKH students donate to Colonial Health and Rehab

    Joe Norris at Colonial Nursing accepted the Old Kentucky Home Middle School Mrs. Bryant Class donation of stuffed animals by Reagan Trzop.

  • Water main break closes Bethlehem High Wednesday

    Bethlehem High School students attended class from home Wednesday after a water main break.

    Principal Tom Hamilton said the water main break was discovered early Wednesday morning. School families were alerted that physical classes would not be in session that day. Instead, students used online classes to continue their coursework.

    Hamilton said the water main, which feeds the building from outside, is located around the front parking lot. There was no damage to the school.

    The break also canceled basketball games scheduled for tonight.

  • Holsclaw announces plan to retire from BCS

    Nelson County Schools will not be the only district in the area going into a school year under new leadership. Brent Holsclaw, who has served as Bardstown City Schools’ superintendent for 13 years, announced Tuesday afternoon his plans to retire from the position at the end of the year.

  • School closing message sent in error

    Bardstown Schools students’ hopes were quickly dashed Monday evening after a message claiming school was cancelled Tuesday proved false.

    At 6:44 p.m. parents started receiving automated messages that said, “Good morning. Do to inclement weather all Bardstown City Schools will be closed today. School-aged childcare will be open on normal schedule. thank you.”

  • Thomas Nelson Performing Arts Center hosts band concerts

    The Boston School Concert Band and several Nelson County Schools performed during a fall band concert, Dec. 5, in the new Thomas Nelson High School Performing Arts Center. Bands included The Boston and New Haven Schools Combined Concert Band, the Boston School Beginning Band, the New Haven School Concert Band and Thomas Nelson High School Symphonic Band.

  • Hamm graduates

    Lauren Christine Hamm, granddaughter of William and Sue Hagan of New Haven, graduated from Morehead State University on Saturday, Dec. 9. She received her ADN degree in nursing and plans to pursue her profession as an RN at a hospital in Lexington. She intends to continue her education by obtaining her BSN degree and master’s and become a nurse anesthetist.

  • NCHS choir performs in concert

    The Nelson County High School mixed choir along with several choirs performed concerts Dec. 4, in the Nelson County High School auditorium. The performances included the mixed choir, the Old Kentucky Home Wildcat Chorale, NCHS Advanced Singers and NCHS and OKHMS combined choirs.

  • Dekle named to Scholar’s lis

    Ben Dekle was named to the Scholar’s List at the Northern Kentucky University NKU College of Business for the Summer 2017 semester. Undergraduate students completing at least three semester hours and earning a grade-point average of 3.6 or greater receive the academic honor. Dekle, a 2015 Nelson County High School graduate, is completing his senior year.