• Red Cross needs youth coordinators

     This winter high school and college students can help save lives and be eligible to win a scholarship of up to $2,500 by hosting an American Red Cross blood drive. 

    Registration is now open through Nov. 15 to host drives between Dec. 15, 2015, and Jan. 15, 2016.  

  • South Oldham Rotary chooses student of the month

     Members of the South Oldham Rotary Club had the pleasure of honoring the South Oldham Rotary John Longstreet Student of the Month at their Sept. 11 meeting. 

  • Federal food program offered at child development center

     Pewee Valley Presbyterian Child Development Center announces participation in the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program administered by the Kentucky Department of Education.

    Meals will be served at no extra charge to enrolled participants at the center and are provided without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.  

  • Marching band set to perform Oct. 23

     South Oldham’s Marching Dragons performed their 2015 show “Snake in the Grass” this past weekend at Butler Traditional High School. The Marching Dragons won Best Colorguard, second place in their class and placed fourth overall out of 15 bands. Everyone is invited to SOHS’s Dragon Stadium at 5:30 pm on Friday, Oct. 23, when the Marching Dragons will perform for parents and the community prior to competing in KMEA regional competition, the next step to state finals competition. This performance is free to all.

  • Education in brief - Oct. 15

     Department of Agriculture sponsors student contest

    Agriculture Commissioner James Comer invites Kentucky students to enter the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s annual Farm to School Month Art Contest.

    The theme is “Farm to School Lunch Snapshot.” Any student attending a public, private, parochial or home school in Kentucky is eligible to participate.

  • Oldham Schools rated distinguished again




    Oldham County Schools is just one of 16 state district’s rated as distinguished, the state’s highest rating, according to results of the 2015 K-PREP assessment released last week. 

    The district is ranked 10th overall and is in the 98th percentile statewide acccording to the accountabiliity results from the spring assessments.

  • Education in Brief - Sept. 24, 2015

     Passafiume semifinalist

    Tanner Passafiume, a former student at La Grange Elementary and Oldham County Middle School who is now a student at St. Xavier in Louisville, has been named as a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist.

  • Students can enter prevention contest

     Attorney General Jack Conway and his Keep Kentucky Kids Safe partners today announced the start of their annual prescription drug abuse prevention public service announcement (PSA) contest for Kentucky high school students.  The competition is part of Attorney General Conway’s statewide public awareness initiative to warn Kentucky kids about the dangers of misusing prescription drugs.

  • NOHS teacher among top Ky. educators

     Ashley Lamb-Sinclair, a creative writing and English teacher at North Oldham High School, is among 24 outstanding Kentucky educators named recipients of the 2016 Ashland Inc. Teacher Achievement Awards.

    Lamb-Sinclair has taught at NOHS since 2012 and is a National Board Certified Teacher and a previous recipient of a Pyramid Award for innovative classroom instruction from the Oldham County Educational Foundation.

  • Leopard spot will participate in food program

     LaGrange Leopard Spot, administered by the Kentucky Department of Education, announces participation in the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program.

    Snacks will be served at no separate charge to enrolled participants at the center and are provided at no extra charge without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age and disability.