• 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.  

  • National Merit semifinalists announced, all schools represented

     Six Oldham County Schools students earned national honors this year through the National Merit Scholarship Programs. 

    From North Oldham High: Maggie Foster, Nicholas Landis and Hailey Simpson.  

    From South Oldham High: Caylem Ashcraft and Dylan Morris. 

    From Oldham County High: Reid Honeycutt. 

  • Education in brief --Sept. 10

     Sligar named Dean’s Scholar

    Jordan Sligar of La Grange has been named a Dean’s Scholar at the Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis. Sligar, a 2015 graduate of Oldham County High School, will be a freshman when the fall semester begins Aug. 24.

  • Crestwood Elementary recognized nationally

     Crestwood Elementary has been named a “National PTA School of Excellence” — the only school earning the honor in Kentucky out of 124 designees named for 2015-17.

    The National PTA School of Excellence designation honors accomplishments in building strong, effective family-school partnerships, which are proven to make a difference for students and schools.

  • Lund named Elementary Music Educator of the Year

     Former Colonel marching band member Matthew Lund hopes to inspire a future generation of players as the music teacher at Crestwood Elementary. In his fourth year of teaching, Lund was recently named the Fifth District Elementary Music Educator of the Year by members of the Kentucky Music Educators Association.

  • Gatton students study abroad

    Gatton Academy students have returned home following a 23-day study abroad program to London and Harlaxton College in Grantham, England, including local student Rohan Deshpande (’16) of La Grange.

  • Education in brief - Aug. 27, 2015

    Arts Center Open House
    The Oldham County Schools Arts Center will host an Open House and Dance Registration on Saturday, Aug. 29, from 10 a.m. to noon.
    The Arts Center offers classes in music, dance, theatre and visual arts for all ages, zero through adult. Instructors and staff will be available to speak with adults and children. They will offer hands-on demonstrations with musical instruments, ceramics and wheel throwing. New and returning dance students will receive class placement.

  • Adult education

    Oldham County Adult Education offers free academic skill-building services for adults.

    •Earn GED test credential

    •Prepare for college

    •Increase employability skills

    •Assist kids with homework

    For a limited time, pay only $10 for GED testing (per testing module).