Day 3 of Girls’ Sweet Sixteen KHSAA Basketball Tournament

Day 3 of the Girls Sweet 16 KHSAA Tournament. Stop by #loveKYschools booth to show your support for KY schools.

   

Invitation to attend Town Hall Meeting

Kentucky Education Listens:  Accountability Development

For full flyer click TOWN HALL MEETING

 

 

Great Day at DreamFest 2017!

Great Day at DreamFest 2017!  Over 750 students from 16 local public school districts in six Northern Kentucky counties attended DreamFest today.

DreamFest is an incredible, one-of-a-kind experience to students in the northern Kentucky region. With innovative sessions in art and music, literacy and social studies, STEM, creativity and leadership, the conference will tap into students’ myriad interests, and will enable them to explore other passions and possibilities.

 

         

Thank you to all who had a hand in organizing this wonderful event. Special thanks to the Northern Kentucky Association of Gifted Educators (NKAGE) in conjunction with the Northern Kentucky Cooperative for Educational Services and NKU’s College of Education and Human Services.

 

Come out to BB&T Arena for Girls Sweet 16 Basketball and support #loveKYschools

 

Stop by the #loveKYschools booth and show your support.  We would love to see you there!

800 Elementary, Middle School students head to NKU on Thursday, March 9th for 32nd annual Dreamfest

Though Northern Kentucky University’s students may not have classes on Thursday, March 9, due to Spring Break, the Highland Heights campus will still be bustling with student activity as nearly 800 of the region’s brightest elementary and middle school students will participate in DreamFest, an annual day of learning and enrichment for students in grades 4-8.

Click HERE for full article on Event.

Presented by:  Northern Kentucky Association for Gifted Education

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Mark Your Calendar for the World Maker & Inventor Expo!

 

Saturday, April 29th from 10 am to 3 pm @ Boone County High School.

visit:  themakerexpo.com for more details


 

Come out and show your support for KY Schools!

Great things are happening in Kentucky schools and we are telling the world about it through #loveKYschools. You can check out what’s happening – and share the exceptional things you see in the classroom each day– at #loveKYschools.

This is the chance for Northern Kentucky families to let the world know about our great schools and their children’s success just by posting on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media accounts with the hashtag #loveKYschools!

Information about school successes from these sites will be featured during the Boys and Girls Sweet 16 Tournaments at the Kentucky Educational Development Corporation (KEDC) table. The girls’ tournament will be March 8 – 12 at the BB&T Arena at Northern Kentucky University. The boys’ tournament will be March 15-19 at Rupp Arena in Lexington. Stop by when you are at the tournament and see the great things happening at your child’s school and all over the state.

The #loveKYschools project is supported in our region by Northern Kentucky Cooperative for Educational Services and throughout the state

by the Kentucky Association of School Superintendents, The Kentucky Educational Development Corporation, the Kentucky Association of School Superintendents, the Kentucky School Board Association, the Kentucky Association of School Administrators.

Each and every community member throughout the state plays a vital role in the ultimate success of our children through public education. We look forward to seeing all the success in education that our schools and families can share at #loveKYschools!

2017 St. Elizabeth Healthcare/KHSAA Girls’ Sweet 16 Bracket

 

Linda Lane Named OVR College and Career Readiness Trainer for NKCES

Linda Lane has joined NKCES as the newly created OVR College and Career Readiness Trainer and will be based from the Northern Kentucky Cooperative for Educational Services based in Cold Spring, KY.

Linda has over 20 years of experience working with and teaching students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. In her most recent position, Linda served The Point/Arc of Northern Kentucky in Covington, KY, where she developed and maintained relationships with educators, vocational counselors, and families to identify needs of high school students preparing for post-secondary training and/or employment opportunities.  In recognition of the Northern Kentucky needs and in a true entrepreneur style, Linda developed and implemented a transition curriculum designed to enhance work readiness through a hands on work-based learning experiences for high school students in the Northern Kentucky area.  As word of her unique program grew, so did the enrollment and school participation.

As the CCR Coach for NKCES, Linda will be responsible for the CCR agreement, and student participation programs to fulfill the requirements of the Kentucky Department of Education’s regulations regarding grants, conferences, and ongoing trainings for the Northern Kentucky region.

Thank you for joining The NKCES Team in welcoming Linda Lane to the team.

 

Support KY schools #loveKYschools

We extend our excitement about the work that our Kentucky schools are doing for our students, and for our communities!  Each and every community member throughout the state plays a vital role in the ultimate success of our children through public education.  We look forward to seeing all the success in education that our schools and families can share at #loveKYschools!

Way to Grow Dayton Independent!

Way to GROW!
Congratulations to LES principal Heather Dragan and LES guidance counselor Naomi Colliver on their wonderful presentation of our Core Life Character Building program at the Early Childhood Healthy Living Summit.

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