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Hancock County School Board approves track resurfacing

At last Thursday’s Hancock County School Board meeting, the board approved a proposal to resurface Hancock County High School’s deteriorating track. The project costs $38,000, and Allen Asphalt Sealing and Striping of McHenry, Ky received the contract. The board decided to resurface the track instead of doing a complete rebuild due to the cost of…

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School system to change school entrances

At last Thursday’s regularly scheduled Hancock County School Board meeting, Superintendent Robby Asberry recommended a contract with Kentucky Mirror and Plate Glass to create new, secure entrances at North and South Hancock elementary schools. The project costs just under a total of $12,000 for both schools.  “Explain that,” board member Raphael Wheatley said. Currently visitors…

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Hancock County schools; first day big success

Hancock County Public Schools started Monday, and by all accounts the first day of school went exceptionally well. Superintendent Asberry and each school official said the day went smoothly. “It exceeded my expectations,” Asberry said. “We try to do all the planning over the summer to make things go smoothly, and the plan came together.”…

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Masks required in Hancock schools

Schools start in Hancock County on Monday, August 23, and the question on everyone’s mind is whether or not students need to wear masks. Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear answered this question earlier this month when he mandated masks in schools for 30 days, starting on August 10. “Masks are required inside the schools,” new Hancock…

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