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Hancock Elementary Schools – Best at Implementing Reading Strategies

Hancock County Schools Assistant Superintendent Robin Poynter said she felt that the visit received from the IMSE Co-Founder last week helped to affirm to the teachers that they are on the “right track with classroom rigor” to teach students how to read. IMSE (Institute for Multi-Sensory Education) Co-Founder Jeanne Jeup and IMSE Director of Academics…

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HC School District traveled to Spring Job Fair for WKU Students

Superintendent Robby Asberry, Assistant Superintendent Robin Poynter, South Hancock Elementary School Principal Jennifer Howe and Director of District Programs Joey Minton attended a Spring Job Recruitment Fair for Western KY University students at WKU, hosted by Green River Regional Education Cooperative (GRREC) on Friday, March 15th. The Job Fair is held twice a year during…

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School Board recognizes Track State Qualifiers and All-State Chorus

HCHS Students Going to State HCHS students Hayden Emmick, Baylee Estes and Rylann Kessans were recognized and congratulated for their stellar accomplishment of making KY All-State Chorus at the Hancock County Board of Edcation meeting Thursday evening, December 14th. (See November 23rd edition of the Clarion for feature on HCHS All-State Chorus students.) The Hornet…

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Elementary schools committed to student intervention, achievement

Leaders at South Hancock and North Hancock elementary schools outlined their schools’ approaches to Response to Intervention (RTI) efforts aimed at assisting students with learning and behavior needs at the Feb. 22 meeting of the Hancock County School Board. South Principal Jennifer Howe said the school has implemented several efforts to meet the needs of…

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Emmick elected chair of School Board, Kennedy finishes eight years

  The Hancock County School Board has restructured its leadership team, electing Board member David Emmick as chairperson. Emmick replaces Allen Kennedy, who served as chair for eight years. “I love the job, but it was time for a change,” Kennedy said. “I love being a Board member, but there are four other qualified people…

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