(Photo courtesy of Insider Louisville) Dozens of notable laws passed during the Kentucky General Assembly earlier this year that carry with them many controversial changes.  The group of new laws have the potential to make a significant impact on the lives of Kentuckians from all demographics.  A few of the bills introduced had emergency clauses, including…

Hardin Co. Schools’ Archery Teams Compete at Nationals Several local schools recently represented Hardin County in the NASP Archery Nationals Tournament. Schools that competed in the Nationals Tournament include: G.C Burkhead, St. James (both elementary and middle school divisions), Bluegrass Middle, East Hardin,  and John Hardin. From May 11 – 13, over 14,000 students from…

Netflix Series Causes Alarm for Parents and Schools A recent Netflix series is causing a stir around the country between schools and parents. A new Netflix series titled “13 Reasons Why” has generated a serious discussion between schools, students, and their parents regarding teen suicide. This television series is adapted from the book ’13Reasons Why’,…

HCS News Release: Central Hardin and John Hardin Finish Third at VEX Robotics World Championships. Elizabethtown, KY – Hardin County Schools Early College and Career Center (EC3) Project Lead the Way instructor Jason Neagle may need an interior decorator. Assistance could be needed in organizing all of the VEX Robotics state, national and world championship…

Hardin County Board of Education Passes Facilities Plan The Hardin County Board of Education passed a the proposed Facilities plan Thursday night, that proposes to merge certain Hardin County schools. The plan seeks to merge Lincoln Trail Elementary and East Hardin Middle at a new facility, along with building a wing for West Hardin Middle…