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East and West Jessamine County High Schools hold a drive-in graduation ceremony

East and West Jessamine County High School held their drive-in graduation ceremony at Lucas Field in Nicholasville. … Click to Continue »

Principal of low performing Lexington school transferred, action labeled a ‘demotion.’

The principal of William Wells Brown Elementary, the only school in Fayette County in 2019 to receive the federal label CSI for very low performance, has been transferred in what … Click to Continue »

University of Kentucky reduces number of expected furloughs, finds money to save jobs

The University of Kentucky’s next budget will have no reductions in force and fewer employees than expected have been furloughed, the university’s president announced Friday. UK President Eli Capilouto said … Click to Continue »

Wellness checks, no field trips, masks for some. Reopening rules for KY child care centers.

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear on Thursday said a portion of childcare centers, closed since March because of the coronavirus pandemic, can open on June 8 and the rest on June … Click to Continue »

University of Kentucky president plans to take pay cut, give money back to employees

University of Kentucky President Eli Capilouto plans to take a 10 percent salary cut over the next year and give that money to an employee assistance fund, the chair of … Click to Continue »

Appeals court dismisses suit of student who says UK mishandled sexual assault cases

A federal appeals court backed the dismissal of a Title IX suit filed against the University of Kentucky by a student who said UK mishandled one of two rape allegations … Click to Continue »

Nudity, hazing probe shook Kentucky’s prominent cheerleading team. What’s next for it?

Turmoil has caused a University of Kentucky team with a reputation for excellence to restart without its national championship-winning head coach and his cadre of assistants. UK announced Monday that … Click to Continue »

‘Seniors made the call.’ One Lexington school plans in-person graduation for seniors

Lexington’s private Sayre School, with a graduating class of only 54, is planning an in-person graduation at its off-campus athletic complex in late July. The announcement comes at a time … Click to Continue »

‘Not who we are.’ UK President Eli Capilouto’s campus email on cheerleading probe

Dear Campus Community, A commitment we make and renew every day at the University of Kentucky is that the success of our students is at the center of everything that … Click to Continue »

Depressed, dissatisfied by virtual learning. Survey shows KY students troubled by COVID-19.

A group of Kentucky high school students want to know how their peers are navigating school at home during the COVID-19 crisis, so they’re polling thousands of other teens to … Click to Continue »

‘We’re sorry,’ Kentucky president apologizes to parents of the cheerleading squad

When asked what he would say to parents of the cheerleading squad, President Eli Capilouto apoligized and and said that new measures put in place will provide oversight to prevent past inappropriate activities to take place in the future. … Click…

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